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  1. Coronavirus expert: ‘War is an appropriate analogy’

    CEO of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations Dr Richard Hatchett explains the long-term dangers of the Covid-19 coronavirus - saying it’s the scariest outbreak he’s dealt with in his 20-year career. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)

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    Watch more of our explainer series here - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Get more news at our site - https://www.channel4.com/news/

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  2. SN 090 - Multifactor Authentication - 03 May 2007 | 61 min.

    Leo and I discuss the theory and practice of multifactor authentication which uses combinations of "something you know," "something you have," and "something you are" to provide stronger remote authentication than traditional, unreliable single-factor username and password authentication.

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  3. SN 089 - Even More Badly Broken WEP - 26 Apr 2007 | 46 min.

    Leo and I review the operation of wireless network security and discuss in detail the operation of the latest attack on the increasingly insecure WEP encryption system. This new technique allows any WEP-protected WiFi network’s secret cryptographic key to be discovered in less than 60 seconds.

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  4. SN 088 - Listener Feedback Q&A #18 - 19 Apr 2007 | 57 min.

    Leo and I discuss questions asked by listeners of previous episodes. We tie up loose ends, explore a wide range of topics that are too small to fill their own episode, clarify any confusion from previous installments, and present real world ‘application notes’ for any of the security technologies and issues we have previously discussed.

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  5. SN 087 - SQL Injection Exploits - 12 Apr 2007 | 45 min.

    Leo and I wrap up our three-part series on web-based code injection vulnerabilities and exploitation with a discussion web-based structured query language (SQL) database attacks. We explain why and how SQL injection vulnerabilities are creating an ongoing plague of vulnerabilities besetting modern ‘Web 2.0’ applications.

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  6. SN 086 - Cross-Site Scripting - 05 Apr 2007 | 61 min.

    In this second installment of our three-part coverage of web-based remote code injection, Leo and I discuss cross-site scripting vulnerabilities and exploits. I quickly read through the 28 vulnerabilities discovered in popular software just during the previous month and discusses the nature of the threat and challenge facing authors of modern ‘dynamic’ web sites and services.

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  7. SN 085 - Intro to Web Code Injection - 29 Mar 2007 | 58 min.

    Leo and I begin a three-episode series to discuss and examine web-based remote code injection exploits. Commonly known as ‘Cross-Site Scripting’ and ‘SQL Injection,’ these exploits are growing in popularity and strength as hackers discover increasingly clever ways to exploit subtle defects in next-generation web-based applications.

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  8. SN 084 - Listener Feedback Q&A #17 - 22 Mar 2007 | 62 min.

    Leo and I discuss questions asked by listeners of previous episodes. We tie up loose ends, explore a wide range of topics that are too small to fill their own episode, clarify any confusion from previous installments, and present real world ‘application notes’ for any of the security technologies and issues we have previously discussed.

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  9. SN 083 - UAC in Depth - 15 Mar 2007 | 50 min.

    Leo and I wrap up our quest to get Windows Wi-Fi to ‘Maintain Full Radio Silence’ by adding one additional important tweak to Windows settings. Then we discuss the detailed security implications, now and in the future, of Vista’s new and powerful user account control (UAC) system.

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