48 episodes of Smashing Security since the first episode, which aired on December 26, 2016.
048: KRACK, North Korea, and an 18th century cyber attack
October 19th, 2017
33 mins 44 secs
automon, blokus, durian, krack, mammoth screen, north korea, opposite number, the victorian internet, vulnerability, wi-fi, wpa2
KRACK! Has the Wi-Fi vulnerability got you worried? Did North Korea hack a British TV company? And what have Dutch police learnt from Pokémon?
047: Kaspersky, AI, and a well-handled data breach
October 12th, 2017
40 mins 35 secs
artificial intelligence, chess, data breach, disqus, garry kasparov, kaspersky, nsa, russia
America turns the heat up on Kaspersky anti-virus, Disqus announces a data breach, Elon Musk plans a bolthole on Mars to escape our robot overlords, and Graham gets to play chess with Garry Kasparov.
046: Good beard bad beard
October 5th, 2017
38 mins 17 secs
chrome, dream market, google, https
Bearded man entangled in dark web drugs market bust, Google researches how to make browser security warnings less confusing, and (ahem) "bedroom entertainment systems" probed for security holes.
045: Deloitte fail, CCleaner, and dotards on Twitter
September 28th, 2017
36 mins 25 secs
ccleaner, deloitte, donald trump, klingon, malware, star trek, twitter, wildergorn
Deloitte suffers an embarrassing hack, CCleaner spreads malware, and Twitter explains why it isn't planning to ban Donald Trump from Twitter anytime soon.
044: Bonus behind the scenes - shower time
September 26th, 2017
6 mins 59 secs
facetime, iphone, shower
Carole wants to know why Graham keeps Facetiming her from the shower.
043: Backups - a necessary evil?
September 21st, 2017
29 mins 18 secs
backups, cloud, ransomware, tina turner
When did you last backup your data? How and what should you backup? And where should you store them?
042: Equifax, BlueBorne, and the iPhone X
September 14th, 2017
45 mins 47 secs
apple, blueborne, bluetooth, chess, chessable, data breach, equifax, facial recognition, identity theft, iphone x, squinch, vulnerability
Equifax's shambolic response to its huge data breach, a scary-sounding Bluetooth exploit, and Apple's iPhone X comes with Face ID.
041: Hacking Instagram, facial failures, and spying bosses
September 7th, 2017
46 mins 10 secs
brian krebs, doxagram, facial recognition, instagram, malwaretech, marcus hutchins, notting hill carnival, spyware, the big sick
It's easy to phone up a celebrity on Instagram following security breach, facial recognition at Notting Hill Carnival can't tell the girls from the boys, and companies are spying on their workers' activities.
040: The show that cost Troy Hunt 14 dollars
August 31st, 2017
47 mins 34 secs
2fa, donald trump, drone, hoax, hurricane harvey, instagram, onliner, selena gomez, sharks, spam, the phoenix comic, twitter, william c bradford
Are public figures lying about being hacked? What were online criminals doing with 711 million email addresses? And how could scammers profit from Hurricane Harvey?
039: Woah - are we talking to a cyborg?
August 24th, 2017
46 mins 1 sec
cyborg, dominos, https, iot, nfc, overcooked, robot, ropemaker, vulnerability
Hackers could change emails in your inbox after they are delivered, the web is getting more and more encrypted, and hacked robots can be commanded to umm... stab you.