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Jon and Eric have worked in the security space as developers, architects and leaders for more years than they care to count. From commentary on current events to random musings, they chat (mostly) about security and technology topics. However, life is more than just the day job. From beekeeping adventures to hiking mountains to favorite shows, there's always something fun to wrap up the show.

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Sep 30, 2023

Eric goes on a trip to Chicago while Jon drops in at College. Complicated hotel scam and new security features in Windows 11. Eric checks in on OSIRIS-REX and Jon talks about non-Bee Bees. Finally, from the Mostly Security Book Club: We Are Bob and Warbreaker.

Sep 22, 2023

Eric wins the Oregon Zoo Volunteers Cornhole Tournament and Jon visits the Tillamook Forestry Center. A Linux malware was served for more than 3 years without notice, food companies battling Mexican label requirements, stopping trains by playing three tones, and identity theft from 1965 discovered by facial recognition....

Sep 16, 2023

Jon spends the weekend waiting for the fence guy, Eric watches a movie. The International Criminal Court at the Hague will prosecute cyberattacks. Microsoft blogs a bit about Storm-0558. Eric finds a really fast EV and Jon discusses fluid dynamics.

Sep 9, 2023

Jon goes fishing and Eric potlucks. The Momas (meals) and the Papas (pals) both have security problems of different sorts. The government goes on a Duck Hunt to shut down QakBot. For fun we have the New York Times word game 'Connections' and a new method to create adult stem cells by resetting the epigenome.

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Sep 2, 2023

School is back in session! FYI - kites won't fly without wind. Cryptocurrencies continue to make the news for all the wrong reasons and credit companies skirt the law with your personal data. Eric (might) like Open Range while Jon ponders whether insects feel joy and pain.