July 28th, 2020 | 56 mins 20 secs
altispeed, ask questions, call in show, cloud, covid, encryption, f5, face mask, facial recognition, getting started, linux, linux questions, mind drip media, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, podcast, privacy, questions, security, security gateway, talk radio, vulnerability
Masks are being debated around the US and around the world but what do they do for privacy? China has facial recognition software that works even with face masks but NIST has shown that's not always the case! F5 has a major vulnerability that is allows someone with network access to the configuration utility, through the BIG-IP management port and/or self IPs, to execute arbitrary system commands, create or delete files, disable services, and/or execute arbitrary Java code.
July 21st, 2020 | 56 mins 21 secs
altispeed, ask questions, call in show, cloud, contact tracing, covid, encryption, eu, getting started, linux, linux foundation, linux questions, mind drip media, networking, noah chelliah, noah j. chelliah, open source media, podcast, privacy, privacy shield, questions, security, talk radio
The European Court of Justice invalidates Privacy Shield. The Court clarified for a second time now that there is a clash between EU privacy law and US surveillance law. Pine phone has a convergence package, and the Linux Foundation now has an open source contract tracing app.