Android, Dark Web, & Development – Application Security Weekly #51

A PNG Android Vulnerability, 620 Million Stolen Accounts for Sale on the Dark Web, How Shifting Security Left Speeds Development and more!

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How Israel Rules The World Of Cyber Security | VICE on HBO

U.S. intelligence agencies accuse Russia of hacking the 2016 presidential election, a Ben Ferguson travels to Tel Aviv to find out how Israel is on its way to becoming the world’s top cyber superpower.

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Top hacker shows us how it’s done | Pablos Holman | TEDxMidwest

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You think your wireless and other technology is safe? From Blue Tooth to automobile remotes, PCs, and “secure” credit cards, Hacker extraordinaire shows how nearly every secure system is vulnerable.

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Ed Moyle, InfoSec World 2019 – Business Security Weekly #117

Ed Moyle is on the Advisory Board for InfoSec World and he joins us on the show to talk about InfoSec World 2019 and its upcoming plans. Ed Moyle is also giving a talk on “Cryptocurrency Lessons for Enterprise Blockchain”.

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Published: 2019-02-11 21:25:38
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Linux Privilege Escalation – Tradecraft Security Weekly #22

After getting a shell on a server you may or may not have root access. To gain privileged access to a Linux system it may take performing more analysis of the system to find escalation issues. In this episode of Tradecraft Security Weekly Beau Bullock (@dafthack) provides a methodology for performing various privilege escalation techniques against Linux-based systems.

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Published: 2017-12-14 16:29:43
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The Progressive Income Tax: A Tale of Three Brothers

“The Progressive Income Tax” is one of those economic terms that gets bandied about, but few actually know what it means or how it works. This tale of three similar brothers with three different incomes (but one shared expense) helps explain the tax system under which we live. Adapted from an article by noted investor and economist, Kip Hagopian, and narrated by actress Carolyn Hennesy of “General Hospital” and “True Blood” fame, this animated story will change the way you think about how you pay your taxes. 
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Once upon a time, there were three brothers, triplets, named Tom, Dick, and Harry Class. They were raised in the same home, with the same parents, had the same IQ, same skills and same opportunities. Each was married and had two children. They were all carpenters making $25 per hour.

While they were very similar in all these respects, they had different priorities.

For example, Tom, chose to work 20 hours per week, while his brother, Dick worked 40 hours and Harry 60.

It should also be noted that Harry’s wife worked full time as an office manager for a salary of $50,000. Dick’s wife sold real estate part time 10 hours a week and made $25,000 per year. Tom’s wife did not work.

Tom and Dick spent all of their family income. Since they paid into Social Security they figured, they didn’t need to save for retirement. Harry and his wife, on the other hand, had, over many years, put away money each month and invested it in stocks and bonds.

Here’s how it worked out: Tom made $25,000 a year, Dick and his wife made $75,000 and Harry and his wife, $150,000.

When a new housing development opened up in their community, the brothers decided to buy equally-priced homes on the same private street.

One day the brothers decided to pool their funds for the purpose of improving their street. Concerned about crime and safety, and wanting a more attractive setting for their homes, the three families decided to install a security gate at the street’s entrance; repave the street’s surface; and enhance the lighting and landscaping. The work was done for a total cost of $30,000.

Harry assumed they would divide the bill three ways, each brother paying $10,000. But Tom and Dick objected. “Why should we pay the same as you?” they said. “You make much more money than we do.” Harry was puzzled. “What does that have to do with anything?” he asked. “My family makes more money because my wife and I work long hours, and because we have saved some of the money we’ve earned to make additional money from investments. Why should we be penalized for that?”

“Harry, you can work and save all you like” Tom countered. “But my wife and I want to enjoy ourselves now, not 25 years from now.”

“Fine, Tom. Do what you want. It’s a free country. But why should I have to pay for that?

“I can’t believe your being so… unbrotherly,” Tom argued. “You have a lot of money and I don’t. I thought you’d be more generous.”

At this point, Dick, the peacemaker in the family, entered the conversation. “I’ve got an idea,” Dick said. “Our combined income is $250,000, and $30,000 is 12 percent of that amount. Why don’t we each pay that percentage of our income? Under that formula, Tom would pay $3,000, I would pay $9,000, and Harry would pay $18,000.”

“I have a much better idea,” said Tom. “And one that’s fairer than what you’re proposing.”

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