S3 Ep41: Crashing iPhones, PrintNightmares, and Code Red memories [Podcast]

Security

[01’32”] We explain how a format string bug could lock your iPhone out of your own network.  [08’53”] We revisit the PrintNightmare saga, which is sort-of fixed but not really.  [12’50”] We look back at the 20-year-old Code Red virus.  [18’30”] We look at what cybercriminals spend money on (hint: more cybercrime).  [29’10”] And in this week’s “Oh! No!”, we learn how farm animals can disrupt your network. (Seriously!)

With Doug Aamoth and Paul Ducklin.

Intro and outro music by Edith Mudge.

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