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Live from the Virus Bulletin conference 2015 [Chet Chat Podcast 216.5]

Find out what the world's threat protection experts talk about when you cloister them in a Prague hotel for three days!

Sophos Security Chet Chat – Episode 216.5 – Oct 2, 2015

Special episode

Paul Ducklin crossed live to Sophos security expert Chester Wisniewski at this year’s Virus Bulletin conference in the Czech Republic.

Find out what the world’s threat protection experts talk about when you cloister them in a Prague hotel for three days!


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Other podcasts you might like:

• Chet Chat 216 – Selfies, sharks…and yet another lock screen bug
• Chet Chat 215 – Malware in the App Store?
• Infosec 2015 – Infosec London conference special
• Virus Bulletin 2014 – Compare 2015 to last year’s VB conference

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It’s comforting to know that I frequent a site that uses intelligent language (like ubiquity), and that I know what it means.


5-10+ years behind ( 9:10 )

i do like google and dropbox way they handle 2FA as there is 0 way of preventing the SMS from been sent when you successfully get the email and password right and if that happens and you get a 2FA code out of the blue you know someone has your email password (as you did not login for it to be sent to you) if you use the authenticator way you have to check your login history manually to check to see if you had any failed code attempts

most people don’t treat their passwords as important and assume no one will know it (using it on the same one on all websites) i do try to get them to use 2FA on there email as if they have your email they own all your sites you ever used


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