A podcast that follows CheckPoint's Threat Intelligence Group analysts and researchers as they scour the internet for new threats and vulnerabilities.
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A man goes on Dubai T.V to discuss national security in the Middle East. 1,000 miles north, a social activist uses Telegram to organize anti-government activity. 5,000 miles north, an immigrant applies for a driver's license in Sweden. None of these people know one another, but they're all about to ...
DNS is the phone book of the internet--it's how your computer knows where to go to reach the website you want to visit. It's no stretch to say that, without functioning DNS, the internet as we know it could not exist. So imagine what would happen if you could completely ...
Most people place their virtual assistants in their living room or bedroom. This makes it very easy to interact with cyberspace while you're laying around, watching T.V., or doing dishes. It also means that you're allowing a listening device into the most sensitive spaces in your home. ...
When Gal Elbaz came across a modest GIF parser sitting in a remote corner of GitHub, he wasn't exactly looking for trouble. But he found it. What was so troublesome about this parser in particular? It wasn't popular, it was created by some unknown programmer, and it didn't have any ...
Major tech companies understand that their brands are only as strong as they are safe to use, so they set bounties on vulnerabilities: hundreds of thousands of dollars, a million dollars, to any programmer who can find a hole in their sites. White hat hackers comb every line of code ...