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Malicious Life Podcast: China's Unrestricted Cyberwarfare Part 3

Malicious Life Podcast: China’s Unrestricted Cyberwarfare Part 3

For more than a decade, China orchestrated a sophisticated espionage campaign against Nortel Networks, using Huawei, Chinese civilians working in Canada, and even organized crime gangs to steal important technical and operational ...
Malicious Life Podcast: Inside the DarkSide Colonial Pipeline Attack

Malicious Life Podcast: Inside the DarkSide Colonial Pipeline Attack

On Friday, May 7th, 2021, Colonial Pipeline suffered a cyberattack that forced the company to shut down its operations. As a result, gasoline outages were reported across the U.S. East Coast ...
Malicious Life Podcast: Can Nuclear Power Plants Be Hacked?

Malicious Life Podcast: Can Nuclear Power Plants Be Hacked?

Andrew Ginter, VP of Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions, dives into cybersecurity challenges for Nuclear facilities - how secure are modern nuclear power plants from cyber attacks? Check it out ...
Malicious Life Podcast: Shutting Down the Internet in 30 Minutes

Malicious Life Podcast: Shutting Down the Internet in 30 Minutes

Chris Wysopal (aka WeldPond), cybersecurity pioneer and one of L0pht's founding members, talks about the group's 1998 testimony in the Senate, how they used shaming to force corporations to secure their software, ...
Malicious Life Podcast: The Story of LØpht Heavy Industries, Part 2

Malicious Life Podcast: The Story of LØpht Heavy Industries, Part 2

In the early days, the L0pht crew tinkered with technology they already had laying around or could find dumpster-diving. But things change, of course. By the end of the ‘90s many of ...

Malicious Life Podcast: The Story of L0pht Heavy Industries, Part 1

'L0pht', or 'L0pht Heavy Industries' was one of the most influential hacker collectives of the '90s: its members were even invited to testify in front of the Congress on the current state ...

Malicious Life Podcast: Inside the HAFNIUM Microsoft Exchange Attacks

The recent HAFNIUM attacks hit tens of thousands of organizations’ Microsoft Exchange servers around the globe. Now, an array of other threat actors are leveraging the residual webshells on victim systems to ...

Malicious Life Podcast: Inside NotPetya, Part 2

Many of you may have already heard of Amit Serper: he was the first researcher to tackle NotPetya and provide a solution when he was Principal Security Researcher at Cybereason back in ...

Malicious Life Podcast: Inside NotPetya, Part 1

On June 28th, 2017, millions of Ukrainians were celebrating Constitution Day. Their national holiday turned into a nightmare, as tens of thousands of computers all over the country were infected by mysterious ...

Malicious Life Podcast: Inside NotPetya, Part 1

On June 28th, 2017, millions of Ukrainians were celebrating Constitution Day. Their national holiday turned into a nightmare, as tens of thousands of computers all over the country were infected by mysterious ...