About the show

The Ask Noah Show is a weekly radio call in show where we take your tech questions or business in tech questions live on the air.

The show airs Tuesdays at 6pm CST on asknoahshow.com and at KEQQ 88.3 FM in Grand Forks ND.

It's a free call 1-855-450-NOAH so join us and start on your way to owning your operating system, your software, and technology.

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Episodes

  • Episode 164: Internet of Spying

    January 28th, 2020  |  56 mins 21 secs
    altispeed, ask questions, best practices, call in show, cloud, data, encryption, fsf, getting started, icloud, iphone, linux, linux questions, microsoft, mind drip media, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, pfsense, podcast, privacy, questions, ring, security, small business, talk radio, virtualization, voxtelesys, windows 7

    Ring is in the news yet again for sharing data with 3rd parties. How many people have access to your ring camera? The FSF has suggested Microsoft open source Windows 7, and Apple reversed their decision to provide end to end encryption to user's icloud data in an effort to help the FBI.

  • Episode 163: Pinebook Pro Arrives

    January 21st, 2020  |  56 mins 21 secs
    access control systems, altispeed, ask questions, best practices, call in show, cloud, data, encryption, getting started, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, pinebook, podcast, privacy, questions, security, sha1, small business, talk radio, voxtelesys, windows

    The Pinebook pro has arrived and Noah gives his initial impressions. SHA-1 is broken in a new way thats cheaper and easier.

  • Episode 162: Apple Tells the FBI "No!"

    January 14th, 2020  |  56 mins 21 secs
    altispeed, apple, ask questions, best practices, call in show, cloud, data, encryption, getting started, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, security, small business, talk radio, voxtelesys, windows 10

    Once again the FBI has asked for Apple's assistance in breaking into a mobile device used by a mass shooter. Apple once again has told the FBI...NO! Is your data safe from attackers on an iPhone? Does Apple's security model prevent them from giving access to the FBI? KDE is making a soft landing spot for Windows 7 users if they're looking to KDE as an alternative to Windows 10!

  • Episode 161: Encrypted Calendar Solution

    January 7th, 2020  |  56 mins 21 secs
    altispeed, ask questions, best practices, calendar, call in show, cloud, dropcam, encrypted calendar, firefox, foscam, getting started, hikvision, iot, ip cameras, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, nest, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, onvif, open source media, podcast, privacy, proton, questions, ring, security, small business, talk radio, voxtelesys, vpn

    Proton Calendar Beta is here! Firefox has a new version with enhanced privacy, and we take your calls from around the world on iot, vpns, and Ryzen!

  • Episode 160: Protecting Freedom

    January 1st, 2020  |  56 mins 21 secs
    altispeed, ask questions, call in show, christmas, cloud, darktable, getting started, headphones, linux questions, mind drip media, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, pine phone, podcast, presents, privacy, questions, small business, talk radio, voxtelesys

    The phone Linux users have always wanted is finally available, The Qt Company wants some changes to the SLA they have with The KDE Free Qt Foundation, and a new version of professional photo software is released in Linux!

  • Episode 159: A Very Techy Christmas w/ DasGeek

    December 24th, 2019  |  56 mins 21 secs
    altispeed, ask questions, audio, awesome, best of, best practices, best presents, best tech, bluetooth, call in show, christmas, cloud, coo, dropcam, gadgets, getting started, headphones, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, nest, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, podcast, presents, privacy, questions, ring, security, small business, speakers, talk radio, tech gifts, voxtelesys

    Ryan, DasGeek joins us for this special episode and together we give you the 2019 run down. What to buy for Christmas!

  • Episode 158: 10 Years of Network Lessons

    December 17th, 2019  |  56 mins 21 secs
    altispeed, ask questions, best practices, call in show, cloud, dropcam, foscam, getting started, hikvision, ip cameras, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, nest, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, onvif, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, ring, security, small business, talk radio, voxtelesys

    Altispeed Technologies was formed on December 9th 2009 in Noah's basement. Since then he's grown it to a company that serves customers across the US and in a few cases...the world!

  • Episode 157: China Ditches Windows

    December 13th, 2019  |  56 mins 21 secs
    ask questions, axis, call in show, china, cloud, dropcam, foscam, getting started, hikvision, ip cameras, linux, linux questions, microsoft, mind drip media, nest, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, onvif, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, ring, security, security cameras, synology, talk radio, voxtelesys

    China is ditching Windows by 2022. Wireguard is ready for Kernel 5.6, plus some great follow up discussion on IP cameras and Noah's review of the Synology Disk Station DS718+

  • Episode 156: IP Security Cameras

    December 3rd, 2019  |  56 mins 22 secs
    ask questions, axis, call in show, cloud, dropcam, foscam, getting started, hikvision, ip cameras, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, nest, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, onvif, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, ring, security, security cameras, talk radio, voxtelesys

    Ring, Nest, Dropcam, smart cameras are everywhere. Enhance your physical security space without compromising your network, self hosted, and on LINUX on this week's episode!

  • Episode 155: All About VPNs

    November 26th, 2019  |  56 mins 22 secs
    ask questions, call in show, cloud, getting started, ipsec, l2tp, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, openvpn, pia, podcast, pptp, privacy, private internet access, questions, security, talk radio, voxtelesys, vpn, vpn alternative

    Private Internet Access is merging with Kape Technologies and the Internet isn't happy about it. We dive into VPN technology and give you some alternatives to PIA. An interesting story has emerged in which Pen testers were arrested for doing their job!

  • Episode 154: Cryptoware Targets Linux

    November 20th, 2019  |  56 mins 21 secs
    ask questions, brave, call in show, cloud, cryptoware, decentrailized web, encryption, getting started, linux, linux questions, malware, mind drip media, mozilla, nextcloud, nextcry, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, security, talk radio, voxtelesys

    Cryptoware is up 70% this year. This new cryptoware is particularly terrifying because it targets our Linux servers. Plus, a new browser that promises to protect privacy while still giving a way to pay web publishers.

  • Episode 153: Unifi Phones Home with Telemetry

    November 12th, 2019  |  56 mins 20 secs
    ask questions, backdoor, call in show, cloud, getting started, isp, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, modems, network, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, phone home, podcast, privacy, questions, security, talk radio, ubiquity, voxtelesys, wan

    Unifi introduced new firmware that sends data from your network back to them. Networking and security questions, plus CubicalNate from DLNXtend joins us to discuss Microsoft and it's value to the Linux / FOSS community.

  • Episode 152: Too Much Choice

    November 5th, 2019  |  56 mins 20 secs
    ask questions, call in show, chrome, cloud, edge, firefox, getting started, ie, internet explorer, linux, linux questions, microsoft, mind drip media, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, security, talk radio, ubuntu lts, voxtelesys

    Microsoft has announced the release of Edge for Linux! Great news or is there a deeper discussion about too much choice? The Pinebook Pro is taking orders RIGHT NOW and a new version of Fedora is out!

  • Episode 151: Permanent Record Part 2: What You Can Do

    October 22nd, 2019  |  56 mins 20 secs
    ask questions, bitwarden, call in show, cloud, edward snowden, encryption, facebook, getting started, gnupg, government, grsecurity, inception, linux, linux questions, luks, messenger, mind drip media, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, nsa, open source media, permanent record, podcast, privacy, quboesos, questions, security, signal, snowden, spying, tails, talk radio, tor, ubuntu lts, voxtelesys, whatsupp

    Data collection and mass surveillance is all over the news and media. We dive into the specific tools and techniques you can use to stay safe from prying eyes and reclaim your privacy!

  • Episode 150: Permanent Record

    October 15th, 2019  |  56 mins 21 secs
    ask questions, call in show, cloud, edward snowden, encryption, facebook, getting started, government, linux, linux questions, messenger, mind drip media, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, nsa, open source media, permanent record, podcast, privacy, questions, security, signal, snowden, spying, talk radio, ubuntu lts, voxtelesys, whatsupp

    Edward Snowden's new book is out and he makes a case for what you should be doing to protect your privacy. This is a packed episode with input from callers, clips from the book, and as always - your questions!

  • Episode 149: Facebook's Encryption Problem

    October 8th, 2019  |  56 mins 21 secs
    ask questions, call in show, cloud, encryption, facebook, getting started, government, linux, linux questions, messenger, mind drip media, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, security, signal, talk radio, ubuntu lts, voxtelesys, whatsupp

    In an open letter, government officials from the U.S., U.K. and Australia have asked Facebook to delay further deployment of encryption without “including a means for lawful access to the content of communications to protect our citizens.” Essentially, backdoors.