mhkid / Matthew Baxa

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  1. TPD 156 - Merlin Mann “An Old Man’s Reframe”

    For the 4 year anniversary episode of TPD, it was my pleasure to have been joined by one of my favorite podcasters of all time - Merlin Mann!  I talk with Merlin about his history in podcasting, working with his co-hosts, the difference in his shows and some of his favorite podcasts!   If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting TPD on Patreon! Links Merlin Mann (Twitter) (Blog) 43 Folders 

    Getting Things Done, by David Allen Macbreak Weekly Ep. 7 Merlin's Podstand Reconciliable Differences Ep. 2 Merlin's Cat You Look Nice Today "Parlor Parlor" John Roderick Interview You Look Nice Today Roderick on the Line Back to Work Reconciliable Differences Do by Friday

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  2. Tanya Janca from Microsoft on OWASP DevSlop Tools - Extended Interview | The CyberWire on Patreon

    Official Post from The CyberWire:  My guest today is Tanya Janca. She’s a senior cloud advocate for Microsoft, specializing in application security. She’s one of the project leaders of the OWASP DevSlop Tool Project, which they describe as “a collection of DevOps-driven applications, specifically designed to showcase security catast

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  3. 11th HOPE: Keynote Address - Cory Doctorow

    We are so stoked to have Cory Doctorow as our keynote this year. We've been trying to get the stars to align for many HOPEs, and this time they did. But we're glad we waited until now, since so much has happened in the past few years that Cory has been on top of - Snowden, Manning, privacy, copyright issues, surveillance - and his talk will no doubt open your eyes even more. As co-editor of Boing Boing, special advisor to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a prolific writer of both fiction and non-fiction, and a vocal proponent of changing our copyright laws, Cory really has a lot of super-important and relevant thoughts to share with our HOPE audience.

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  4. 11th HOPE: How to Start a Crypto Party

    Learning about encryption tools can be intimidating. If you don't feel comfortable with a computer, or are deathly afraid of some long-winded mansplaining of how something works, it's probably a nightmare or doesn't feel worth doing at all. And who cares about combating NSA surveillance when you get frustrated/annoyed at "all this computer stuff?" Enter the Crypto Party: a nonhierarchical space to get together and ask questions, learn from each other, and ideally to leave the event with encryption and anonymity tools set up on your computer. It's a space to eat snacks, get answers, and, if no one knows, you can figure it out together. There are solutions to resist surveillance, but it is still a problem of accessibility to get the solutions to the people in a way they can understand. And there are already enough borders in this world! In this talk, Comet Crowbar will share her experience with organizing monthly crypto parties in the Boston area. Having been "crypto-ized" while living in Berlin, she was inspired by the do-it-yourself crypto parties she encountered there, and has aspired to bring the idea back to occupied Turtle Island. And so far, so good. Comet will also show examples of her zines and artwork that she uses as a medium to bring political issues to the mainstream by creating culture. Become the media! And start a crypto party in your hometown. This talk is for everyone and will be using accessible language.

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  5. 11th HOPE: F*ck it, We’ll Do It Live: Eight Years of Radio Statler!

    Since 2008, Radio Statler has been broadcasting original content from HOPE to the rest of the world: interviews with speakers, extended Q&As, panels, and the occasional glimpse into everything that happens outside the talk rooms. The panel will take you through how and why Radio Statler! started, the obstacles faced running a temporary radio studio, and some of the war stories of the things that have gone terribly, terribly wrong along the way.

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  6. 11th HOPE: Detour Through Their Minds: How Everyday People Think the Internet Works

    When you work in IT or Infosec, it may feel like you're constantly fighting a battle to bring the non-technical people you work with up to speed on how technologies work. When you help family members with their computer problems, you may just want to throw up your hands and scream "It's no use! They just don't get it!" But when you dig a little deeper, as a number of studies have done, you find that the average person does have some knowledge about how the Internet works. They build on this knowledge every day - but sometimes they're incorporating what they've learned from that scene on NCIS where two people are using a keyboard at once. They may hold some common misconceptions. Or they may be sooo close and just need one little additional piece of information. Gus will share insights from the study she has been working on for the past year about average people's mental models of the Internet, along with a number of other studies from human-computer interaction and security research. Key concepts like "mental models," "fragile knowledge," "stereotype threat," and "learned helplessness" will be explored. In addition, ways the gaps in people's knowledge impact digital security and how we might strategize on a large scale to help fill those gaps will be explored. You'll come away with better strategies for helping empower the non-technical folks in your life to solve their own problems.

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  7. 11th HOPE: Democratizing Wireless Networks with LimeSDR: Open Source, Field-Programmable RF Technology

    This talk presents new, low-cost, open-source, field programmable RF technology, where flexibility is extended from the digital to the RF domain. See demonstrations from the open-source community using the LimeSDR platform, which incorporates two transmitters and two receivers covering 100kHz to 3.8GHz which can emulate GSM, LTE, UMTS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, RFID, HDTV, radio astronomy, passive RADAR, 2G/3G/4G cellsites, IoT gateway, amateur radio, wireless keyboard/mouse transmission/detection, aviation transponders, utility meters, satellite reception, remote tire pressure monitoring, drone command and control, RF test and measurement, and more.

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  8. 11th HOPE: Crypto War II: Updates from the Trenches

    For several years, law enforcement has been complaining that legal wiretaps are "going dark" (especially when encryption is used), and has been lobbying lawmakers to mandate "surveillance-friendly" technology that allows the government to break encryption and unlock devices under certain circumstances. At the same time, computer and network security is universally recognized to be in an increasingly dangerous state of peril, and technologists worry that "backdoor" mandates will only make things worse. We've been here before, not long ago. In the 1990s, after the government proposed the "Clipper Chip" key escrow system, we had a similar debate with similar stakes. It was finally resolved when the government essentially gave up and finally allowed cryptography to proliferate. This talk will review the current cryptography debate, will examine the risks of the "keys under doormats" that the FBI is asking for, and will explore technical alternatives that could satisfy the needs of law enforcement without making computer security more of a mess than it already is. In particular, Matt and Sandy will examine the viability, and risks, of law enforcement exploitation of existing vulnerabilities in targets' devices to obtain wiretap evidence.

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  9. 11th HOPE: 2016 Car Hacking Tools

    This presentation will focus on some of the most recent car hacker tools and techniques. You will learn how to quickly get set up to do car hacks, both professionally and in your garage. After the demos, Craig and Eric will open up for a full-on Ask Me Anything (AMA) style panel discussion where you are free to ask any car hacking related questions you feel like.

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