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Smashing Security

By Graham Cluley, Carole Theriault

Join computer security industry veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault as they chat with guests about cybercrime, hacking, and online privacy. Winner: "Best Security Podcast 2018." Follow the podcast on Twitter at @SmashinSecurity. New episodes released every Thursday. Bonus "splinter" episodes when we feel like it...

  1. 1.
    096: Bribing Amazon staff, and blinking deepfakes19 September 2018
    33:50
  2. 2.
    095: British Airways hack, Mac apps steal browser history, and one person has 285,000 texts leaked12 September 2018
    42:21
  3. 3.
    094: Rogue browser extensions, Twitter presence, and how to cheat in exams6 September 2018
    52:00
  4. 4.
    093: Abandoned domains and dating app dangers29 August 2018
    37:18
  5. 5.
    092: Hacky sack hack hack22 August 2018
    51:54
  6. 6.
    091: Sextortion, Las Vegas hotels, and Alex Jones15 August 2018
    48:14
  7. 7.
    090: Fortnite for Android, and the FCC's DDoS BS8 August 2018
    36:47
  8. 8.
    089: Data breaches, ransomware, Bitcoin robberies, and typewriters1 August 2018
    44:20
  1. 9.
    088: PayPal’s Venmo app even makes your drug purchases public25 July 2018
    42:55
  2. 10.
    087: How Russia hacked the US election18 July 2018
    44:32
  3. 11.
    086: Elon Musk submarine scams and 2FA bypass11 July 2018
    39:33
  4. 12.
    085: Doctor Who, Facebook patents, and Bob's Burgers4 July 2018
    37:08
  5. 13.
    084: No! My voice is not my password27 June 2018
    33:54
  6. 14.
    083: Fake email derails clarinetist's dream20 June 2018
    27:32
  7. 15.
    082: World Cup cybersecurity, crypto crashes, and a bang of a password fail13 June 2018
    39:00
  8. 16.
    081: Hacker no-hopers, Wessex Water has a word, and we win an award7 June 2018
    25:26
  9. 17.
    080: Country bans Facebook, eavesdropping Alexa, and PornHub VPN30 May 2018
    34:25
  10. 18.
    079: Mugshots, mobile mania, and back end gurus23 May 2018
    51:18
  11. 19.
    078: Hounds hunt hackers, too-human Google AI, and ethnic recognition tech - WTF?16 May 2018
    43:51
  12. 20.
    077: Why Paris Hilton doesn’t use iCloud, lottery hacking, and Facebook dating9 May 2018
    39:54
  13. 21.
    076: Spying phones, hacked ski lifts, and World Password Day2 May 2018
    44:00
  14. 22.
    075: Quitting Facebook25 April 2018
    28:07
  15. 23.
    074: Smashing Security isn't bullsh*t18 April 2018
    48:42
  16. 24.
    073: Rick Astley: Never gonna hack you up...11 April 2018
    39:13
  17. 25.
    072: Why are firms so cr*p with our private data?4 April 2018
    33:41
  18. 26.
    071: Pony-tailed pundit ponders privacy problems28 March 2018
    41:36
  19. 27.
    070: Facebook and Cambridge Diabolica22 March 2018
    40:37
  20. 28.
    069: Cryptomining, China, and Bob Ross15 March 2018
    42:10
  21. 29.
    068: Malware from outer space!8 March 2018
    44:57
  22. 30.
    067: Cyber stalking and gun control1 March 2018
    35:39
  23. 31.
    066: Passwords, pirates, and postcards22 February 2018
    39:31
  24. 32.
    065: Cryptominomania, Poppy, and your Amazon Alexa15 February 2018
    49:42
  25. 33.
    064: So just a "teeny tiny" security issue then?8 February 2018
    43:56
  26. 34.
    063: Carole's back!1 February 2018
    45:26
  27. 35.
    062: Tinder spying, Amazon shoplifting, and petrol pump malware25 January 2018
    44:10
  28. 36.
    061: Fallout over Hawaii missile false alarm18 January 2018
    50:28
  29. 37.
    060: Meltdown, Spectre, and personal devices in the White House11 January 2018
    40:16
  30. 38.
    059: An intro to Bitcoin and Blockchain4 January 2018
    26:28
  31. 39.
    058: Face ID, Firefox, and Windows SNAFUs, plus Bitcoin FOMO21 December 2017
    42:45
  32. 40.
    057: Mikko - live from the sauna - talks Bitcoin security14 December 2017
    40:34
  33. 41.
    056: Peeping Toms, prison hacks, and parliamentary passwords7 December 2017
    41:11
  34. 42.
    055: Uber, net neutrality, and website hacks30 November 2017
    28:05
  35. 43.
    054: A great big fat macOS bug29 November 2017
    8:08
  36. 44.
    053: Game of Thrones, a major Amazon cloud leak, and web tracking gone crazy23 November 2017
    40:31
  37. 45.
    052: Facebook tackles vengeful scumbags, and a sex toy privacy boob16 November 2017
    39:27
  38. 46.
    051: Robots, romance, passwords, and CrunchyRoll9 November 2017
    41:33
  39. 47.
    050: MailChimp, Piers Morgan, and The Dark Overlord2 November 2017
    42:41
  40. 48.
    049: Hacking funeral homes, crypto mining websites, and careful with that hairspray25 October 2017
    44:56
  41. 49.
    048: KRACK, North Korea, and an 18th century cyber attack18 October 2017
    33:44
  42. 50.
    047: Kaspersky, AI, and a well-handled data breach11 October 2017
    40:35
  43. 51.
    046: Good beard bad beard4 October 2017
    38:17
  44. 52.
    045: Deloitte fail, CCleaner, and dotards on Twitter27 September 2017
    36:25
  45. 53.
    044: Bonus behind the scenes - shower time25 September 2017
    6:59
  46. 54.
    043: Backups - a necessary evil?20 September 2017
    29:18
  47. 55.
    042: Equifax, BlueBorne, and the iPhone X14 September 2017
    45:47
  48. 56.
    041: Hacking Instagram, facial failures, and spying bosses7 September 2017
    46:10
  49. 57.
    040: The show that cost Troy Hunt 14 dollars30 August 2017
    47:34
  50. 58.
    039: Woah - are we talking to a cyborg?24 August 2017
    46:01
  51. 59.
    038: Gents! Stop airdropping your pics!17 August 2017
    44:55
  52. 60.
    037: Boobs, dragons and data breaches10 August 2017
    37:38
  53. 61.
    036: Flash? Clunk flush... and hacking security researchers3 August 2017
    44:57
  54. 62.
    035: Up the Roomba with mandatory Chinese spyware26 July 2017
    37:23
  55. 63.
    034: The pen is mightier than the password20 July 2017
    48:35
  56. 64.
    033: 1Password, net neutrality, and spatchcock chicken13 July 2017
    42:04
  57. 65.
    032: The iPhone 8, a data breach at the AA, and a mystery no show6 July 2017
    35:26
  58. 66.
    031: Petya (don't know the name of this ransomware)29 June 2017
    44:37
  59. 67.
    030: GDPR - The good and the bad22 June 2017
    26:43
  60. 68.
    029: Exploits to get your English teeth into15 June 2017
    38:08
  61. 69.
    024: Reality Winner, Gordon Ramsay and a leaky bucket8 June 2017
    38:08
  62. 70.
    023: Covfefe31 May 2017
    40:27
  63. 71.
    022: Walk this way... to defeat biometrics25 May 2017
    31:47
  64. 72.
    021: WannaCry - Who's to blame?18 May 2017
    35:15
  65. 73.
    020: Phishing for Donald Trump10 May 2017
    30:45
  66. 74.
    019: The Love Bug virus3 May 2017
    29:20
  67. 75.
    018: Windows is a virus. True or False?27 April 2017
    30:42
  68. 76.
    017: Data breaches, zero day exploits, and toenail clippings20 April 2017
    30:37
  69. 77.
    016: Wonga wronga!13 April 2017
    27:15
  70. 78.
    015: Bad vibrations5 April 2017
    26:54
  71. 79.
    014: Protecting webmail - a Smashing Security splinter30 March 2017
    30:33
  72. 80.
    013: Assault with a deadly tweet23 March 2017
    33:58
  73. 81.
    012: Eau de Eugene Kaspersky16 March 2017
    28:43
  74. 82.
    011: WikiLeaks and the CIA9 March 2017
    33:45
  75. 83.
    010: The dolls must be destroyed2 March 2017
    36:10
  76. 84.
    009: False flags and hacker clues23 February 2017
    26:22
  77. 85.
    Macs and malware - a Smashing Security splinter21 February 2017
    16:26
  78. 86.
    008: I'll give you my Android when you pry it from my cold, dead paws16 February 2017
    28:13
  79. 87.
    Using public Wi-Fi - a Smashing Security splinter13 February 2017
    21:28
  80. 88.
    007: ASCII art attack9 February 2017
    22:55
  81. 89.
    Email attachment malware - a Smashing Security splinter8 February 2017
    18:26
  82. 90.
    Passwords - a Smashing Security splinter7 February 2017
    13:08
  83. 91.
    006: A romantic ransomware hotel break2 February 2017
    28:11
  84. 92.
    005: Upskirt insecurity26 January 2017
    25:05
  85. 93.
    004: You don't mess with Brian Krebs19 January 2017
    30:32
  86. 94.
    003: Alexa! Get me an axe!12 January 2017
    26:33
  87. 95.
    002: Invest in carrier pigeons5 January 2017
    22:48
  88. 96.
    001: One cup, two hotel guests26 December 2016
    27:45

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