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NISPod 002: Is It Loud Enough

June 5, 2011
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NISPod 002: Is It Loud Enough

Wow, an actual second podcast! In this episode we discuss the beginning of the Mac malware cat and mouse game, how attacking critical infrastructure can be considered an act of war, the recent spat of defense contractors getting attacked, a new tool called FaceSniff, a run down of local events, and much more. Download...
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NISPod 001 Epic Remix

June 1, 2011
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NISPod 001 Epic Remix

I just want to shoot out a quick post letting you all know that over the past two weeks I’ve been experimenting with some podcast editing here and there. Well I think all the hard work paid off as I was able to cut about 30 minutes out  bringing it down to 42 minutes....
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NISPod 001: Length vs Width & the Relative Merits of Both

May 14, 2011
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NISPod 001: Length vs Width & the Relative Merits of Both

Welcome to our first ever podcast that a some of us having been thinking of doing the past few months. After a few practice tries we finally got one out! Anyway, in this episode we discuss some general infosec news, rant on video game policies, and talk about some recent government happenings as well...
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