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Intel ZombieLoad

Any Computer That Has “Intel Inside” from 2007 Until Now Is Hackable! Intel ZombieLoad Transcript Oh my goodness, we’ve had various Intel vulnerabilities over the last year, a...
Tags: Apple, Security, Microsoft, Audio, Sem, Intel, Vulnerability, Computers, Hacking, CPU, Radio Show, CPU Architecture, Apple. Computers


China’s New Offensive Weapon

This Armored Truck Deploys Swarms Of Autonomous Armed Drones and Can Control Them To Attack A Single Target China's New Offensive Weapon Transcript Now, we know who China is, I don’t know, I would call them an enemy.   F...
Tags: Technology, Audio, Sem, Military, Drones, Weapons, Warfare, Radio Show, Offensive, Autonomous Drones, Chinese military, Armored Truck


Intel Has A Problem and So Do You

Wow! Wow! Wow!  What a week it has been for Intel.   It turns out that a massive vulnerability in their CPUs that they have been distributing since 2007.  Yes, you heard me right. It is a security flaw called “Zombieload” and if left unpatched would allow attacks similar to those in...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Sem, Intel, Computers, Netherlands, CPU, Security researcher, Data Storage, Radio Show, Exploits, Windows (Microsoft, CPU Architecture, Zombieload


Ready For An Autonomous Robot Army?

A group of young Americans are visiting China and walking down the street together and are approaching a large plaza with a gathering of people.  Behind them, they hear a low rumble and turn around to see an armored truck that is deploying swarms of armed drones. They fly over their he...
Tags: Technology, Sem, Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, Military, Drones, Warfare, Radio Show, WGIR


Lack of Media Parental Controls Contributing to Suicides

Not having parental controls enabled on Netflix accounts has resulted in a 30% increase in children and young adult suicides. Your kids are at risk! Netflix has a series called “13 Reasons Why,” and it contains some worrying content, but it seems that many in the media are covering...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Family, Video, TV, Media, Education, Youtube, Sem, Mental Health, Netflix, Radio Show, Suicides, WGIR, Brain Scans, ADD/ADHD


Colleges Graduates Are Up For Rude Awakening When They Show Up For That New Job

Guess what College Grads, your not in Kansas anymore?  There are no safe spaces, and competition is the name of the game.  As you reach up and grab the corporate ladder that first run may be a real reach. Right now, the U.S. is experiencing one of the most robust job markets in the l...
Tags: Business, Jobs, Education, Skills, Sem, Corporate, Radio Show, New Life, College Grads, WGIR, Rude Awakening, New Employment


Sophos tells users to roll back Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday run if they want PC to boot

Sophos tells users to roll back Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday run if they want PC to boot British security software co. Sophos has advised its customers to uninstall Microsoft’s most recent Patch Tuesday run – the same patches that protect servers against the latest In...
Tags: Security, Microsoft, Sem, Intel, Malware, Sophos, Radio Show, Remote Desktop Services Sophos


Radio Guest List –Balmoral Resort in Haines City, Florida– May 25, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Radio Guest List –Balmoral Resort in Haines City, Florida– May 25, 2019 This week’s broadcast of Eye on Travel comes from the Balmoral Resort in Haines City, Florida (midway between Orlando and Tampa). We’ll have a tribute to the legendary writer Herman Wouk (The Caine Mutiny, Winds of War) who died this month at the age of 103. And there’s an update on the investigation of the Boeing 737 Max.... The post Radio Guest List –Balmoral Resort in Haine...
Tags: Travel, Boeing, Tampa, Orlando, Radio Show, Peter Greenberg, Herman Wouk, Haines City Florida, Radio Guest List, Eye on Travel, Balmoral Resort, Caine Mutiny Winds


Eye on Travel – Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport – May 18, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Eye on Travel – Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport – May 18, 2019 This week’s Eye on Travel broadcasts from the Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport. Peter will have an update on the Boeing investigation plus a look at the 40th anniversary of the worst disaster in American aviation history and the parallels that can be easily drawn in terms of the behavior of the aircraft manufacturer, the... The post Eye on Travel – Minneapolis ...
Tags: Travel, Airports, Boeing, Radio Show, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Eye on Travel, Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport, Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport Peter


Hospitals Push Device Makers To Improve Security Following Cyberattacks

Hospitals Push Device Makers To Improve Security Following Cyberattacks As the kinds of cyber attacks companies and other businesses are experiencing expand, we are seeing the actual victims, as well as potential ones of these attacks, step up their efforts to protect themselves. I...
Tags: Security, Sem, Hospitals, Cyberattacks, Radio Show


White House Cracks Down On Huawei Equipment Sales With Executive Order

White House Cracks Down On Huawei Equipment Sales With Executive Order After months of speculation, President Trump has signed an executive order giving the federal government the power to block US companies from buying foreign-made telecommunications equipment deemed a national se...
Tags: Security, White House, China, US, Sem, Fbi, Huawei, Radio Show, Trump, China Government


Hospitals pushing manufacturers, Israel bombing hackers, Equifax nailed again, Amazon going after Fedex and Ups, Monster computer vulnerability, Huawei presidential order, Mcafee – Norton hack and more Today on TTWCP Radio Show:[05-19-19]

Hospitals pushing manufacturers, Israel bombing hackers, Equifax nailed again, Amazon going after Fedex and Ups, Monster computer vulnerability, Huawei presidential order, Mcafee – Norton hack and more Today on TTWCP Radio Show:[05-19-19] document.createElement('audio'); http://traffic.libsyn.com/cptt/2019-05-18-hospitals_pushing_manufacturers-1007-01-hospitals_pushing_manufacturers-israel_bombing_hackers-equifax_nailed_again-amazon_going...
Tags: Podcast, Sem, Cybersecurity, Hospital, Radio Show, Equifax hack


Jeff Bezos Personally Dumps A Truckload Of Dirt On Fedex’s Future

Jeff Bezos Personally Dumps A Truckload Of Dirt On Fedex’s Future Amazon wants to be plenty of things, the most predictable of which is its ambition to control America’s shipping backbone. The company’s efforts to bring users whatever they desire in 24 hours requires movement by l...
Tags: Amazon, Kentucky, America, Sem, Jeff Bezos, Fedex, Radio Show, Cincinnati, Future Amazon, America’s shipping backbone, Prime Air airport


Israel Bombed Cyber Hackers (That Is Historic, For Many Reasons)

Israel Bombed Cyber Hackers (That Is Historic, For Many Reasons) Between the fake Nigerian princes and the endless computer passwords we need to create (one uppercase and lowercase letter, please), we have all wanted to bomb the hackers. Last weekend, Israel did just that. The Isra...
Tags: Passwords, Israel, Sem, Computer, Nigerian Princes, Hamas, Radio Show, Israel Defense Forces IDF, Bombed Cyber Hacker


Antivirus Makers Confirm—And Deny—Getting Breached By Hackers Looking To Sell Stolen Data

Antivirus Makers Confirm—And Deny—Getting Breached By Hackers Looking To Sell Stolen Data Symantec and Trend Micro are among the list of leading antivirus companies that a group of Russian-speaking hackers allege to have compromised, Gizmodo has learned. It remains unclear to what ...
Tags: New York, Sem, Gizmodo, Antivirus, Radio Show, Advanced Intelligence (AdvIntel, AdvIntel, Norton Antivirus software, Symantec and Trend Micro


Security Breach Suffered By Credit Bureau Equifax Has Cost Them $1.4+ Billion

Security Breach Suffered By Credit Bureau Equifax Has Cost Them $1.4+ Billion In 2017 Equifax confirmed it has suffered a massive data breach, cyber criminals stole sensitive personal records of 145 million belonging to US citizens and hundreds of thousands Canada and in the UK. ...
Tags: Security, UK, US, Sem, Canada, Jakarta, Radio Show, Reuters, Equifax, Security Breach, Attacker, Credit Bureau Equifax Has Cost Them


Enabling Full Mitigation Against Intel Cpu Attacks Causes Up To 40 Percent Performance Penalty

Enabling Full Mitigation Against Intel Cpu Attacks Causes Up To 40 Percent Performance Penalty Following the announcement of new speculative execution exploits that target Intel CPU architecture, Apple has posted a new document on its website that explains how customers with comput...
Tags: Apple, Security, Sem, Intel, Radio Show, MDS, CPU Architecture, MDS protection, Enabling Full Mitigation Against Intel


Microsoft Warns Of A Monster Computer Bug, In A Week Of Them

Microsoft Warns Of A Monster Computer Bug, In A Week Of Them Microsoft Corp. took the unusual step of warning that a computer bug it has now patched could be used by a cyber weapon similar to the WannaCry worm, which spread across the globe two years ago. The bug is one of severa...
Tags: Microsoft, Sem, Computers, Radio Show, Microsoft Corp, Computer-security I, Monster Computer Bug, WannaCry worm


Critical Microsoft Vulnerabilities

Our friends at Microsoft have another severe vulnerability that could bring the internet to its knees. It is essential that you STOP and PATCH your systems immediately! It does not require the user to do anything to begin an exploit from using this vulnerability to move through the system. CyberCriminals ...
Tags: Security, Microsoft, Uncategorized, Sem, Cyberattack, Patch, Radio Show, Windows (Microsoft


Those Annoying Robocalls

The top consumer complaint to the FCC is unwanted, illegal and spoofed robocalls. Complaints are on the rise from consumers whose numbers are being spoofed or whose calls are being mistakenly blocked or labeled as a possible scam call by a robocall blocking app or service. Stats (https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2018/12/ftc-releases-fy-2018-national-do-not-call-registry-data-book-mini): 235 million phone numbers on the Do Not Call list $9.5 Billion was lost by consumers ...
Tags: Fcc, Congress, Senate, Massachusetts, Bills, US, Sem, South Dakota, Social Security, Gizmodo, Robocalls, Radio Show, Don, TCPA, Federal Communications Commission FCC, John Thune


Baltimore City Hall Computer Network Infected With Ransomware Virus, Officials Say

Baltimore City Hall Computer Network Infected With Ransomware Virus, Officials Say Baltimore City Hall government servers have been infected by a ransomware virus that government officials said is spreading throughout their network. Mayor Jack Young released a statement confirming ...
Tags: Government, Sem, Radio Show, Baltimore City, Hall Computer Network, Ransomware Virus


Cybersecurity Breaches Are Your Fault – Can’t Make Insurance Claim – Google’s New Automatic Feature – Facebook Is Government Protected Monopoly and more Today on TTWCP Radio Show: TTWCP [05-11-19]

Cybersecurity Breaches Are Your Fault – Can’t Make Insurance Claim – Google’s New Automatic Feature – Facebook Is Government Protected Monopoly and more Today on TTWCP Radio Show: TTWCP [05-11-19] document.createElement('audio'); http://traffic.libsyn.com/cptt/2019-05-11-cyber_breaches_are_your_fault-1006-01-ybersecurity_breaches_are_your_fault-cant_make_insurance_claim-googles_new_automatic_feature-facebook_is_government_protecte.mp3 ...
Tags: Google, Insurance, Sem, Cyber Attack, Two Factor Authentication, Radio Show, government protected Tech monopolies


What It’s Like In A Scam Call Center

What It’s Like In A Scam Call Center Jim Browning got a look into a Kolkata call center via one of the scammers’ insecure machines: “You’re looking at the webcam of a scammer named Deva ██████. He’s currently uploading the phone numbers of people who will be his next...
Tags: Sem, Radio Show, Kolkata Cyber Police, Nasty Group, Scam Call Center


‘Too much funding going into cybersecurity today’: hacker turned CEO

‘Too much funding going into cybersecurity today’: hacker turned CEO A hacker turned CEO says corporations are pouring too much money into cybersecurity and they are often too slow to realize that some of their biggest vulnerabilities are the easiest ones to protect. Worldwide sp...
Tags: Money, Uncategorized, Ceo, Sem, Cybersecurity, Hacker, Radio Show, Cisco System


Radio Guest List — Virtuoso in Melbourne, Australia — May 11, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Radio Guest List — Virtuoso in Melbourne, Australia — May 11, 2019 Eye on Travel is broadcasting from Melbourne, Australia and the annual Virtuoso Symposium. Joining Peter is Alex Lavelle, Editor at The Age, who talks about how 2,000 people a week are moving to Melbourne. Initially, Melbourne was going to hit 5 million people by 2020, but it hit that number last year from the Virtuoso... The post Radio Guest List — Virtuoso in Melbourne, Australia...
Tags: Travel, Radio Show, Eye on Travel


Facebook Is A Government-Protected Monopoly

Facebook Is A Government-Protected Monopoly In 1954, traveling milkshake-mixer salesman Ray Kroc visited a hamburger stand designed and managed by brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald. He was impressed. Freshly cooked hamburgers were delivered to customers based on principles of ...
Tags: Facebook, Uncategorized, Sem, Burger King, Radio Show, McDonald, Government-Protected Monopoly


Brain Scans Reveal A ‘Pokémon Region’ In Adults Who Played As Kids

Brain Scans Reveal A ‘Pokémon Region’ In Adults Who Played As Kids By scanning the brains of adults who played Pokémon as kids, researchers learned that this group of people have a brain region that responds more to the cartoon characters than to other pictures. More importantly, t...
Tags: Sem, Brain, Radio Show, Researchers, Scanning, Pokémon players, Pokémon Region


Slack Is Bridging Email To Chat, Improving Calendar Integration And Search

Slack Is Bridging Email To Chat, Improving Calendar Integration And Search Slack arrived more than five years ago with the bold attempt to try to kill email in the workplace. It’s 2019, we’re all still sending emails, and Slack may have even made emails stronger. Thankfully, Slack ...
Tags: Email, Uncategorized, Sem, Outlook, Chat, Slack, Radio Show, Slack Slack, Calendar Integration


Falling For Phone Scams Could Be An Early Sign Of Dementia, Study Says

Falling For Phone Scams Could Be An Early Sign Of Dementia, Study Says The woman lives alone, but she’s rarely lonely. Friends stop by most mornings, and a niece looks in weekly. Still, most of her afternoons and evenings are spent sitting in her chair, looking at the clouds and s...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sem, Dementia, Scam, Radio Show, Telephone, Phone Scam, Scam Awareness Questionnaire


Facebook Expects To Face Largest Ever Civil Fine For User Privacy And Data Breaches

Facebook Expects To Face Largest Ever Civil Fine For User Privacy And Data Breaches Facebook warned investors Wednesday it expects to face the largest ever civil penalty imposed by the Federal Trade Commission on a tech company for its mishandling of user data, a privacy breach tha...
Tags: Facebook, Uncategorized, Sem, Silicon Valley, Federal Trade Commission, User Privacy, Ftc, Radio Show, Data Breaches, Cambridge Analytica, Tech Company, Data Breaches Facebook