S3 Ep83: Cracking passwords, patching Firefox, and Apple vulns [Podcast]

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  • [00’22”] Fun Fact. What does the word “non-commensurate” mean?
  • [01’41”] When is cracking passwords legal?
  • [11’08”] Why did Firefox get patched?
  • [15’20”] This Week in Tech. Which computer needed dropping onto the desk?
  • [17’56”] Why wasn’t this 0-day listed in every Apple update?
  • [23’50”] Oh! No! Did Duck get spammed, or was it actually a troll?

With Doug Aamoth and Paul Ducklin.

Intro and outro music by Edith Mudge.


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