Ok first I apologize because honestly, there haven’t been any updates for awhile. I recently took on some new duties for Westwood One and getting into the swing of things and learning has been all consuming but fun. So with that said, I have started to post the Audio from Shows, 9/16 and 9/02 are posted so please give a listen and check them out.
We had a great show this weekend although without Justin, Talked with Brittney from Accessory Power about the GoGroove DSLR Camera Bags, Wirecast 8 is here – talked with Telestream about that and our buddy Scott from AT&T visited to talk about the new devices and plans from AT&T.
We will have the Audio up later today! Also coming are the Interview Sections AND the Segments from KMSB Fox 11 on our YouTube Page! Phew – Thanks for hanging with us and some great new content coming soon!
In this Weeks Show, Justin gives us a quick thought on the Cobra CDR 895D Dual camera system supplied by Cobra Electronics for the car, Perfect for capturing the horrified face of a driver before they run into you. Justin will be doing a review of the camera and Andy recommends Justin drive his new Ford into a wall to test out the crash detection. For some reason, Justin doesn’t like the idea.
The TechtalkRadio blog is back for now with data recovered.While investigation options for Sites, Andy stumbles upon SiteLock. An Info graph was available on the data on Sites compromised and why. Logan Kipp from Sitelock shares some of the finer points of working to a strong safe and secure site for any type of site. Andy gets a Instagram like from a Celebrity and gets all giddy.
We recently had some downtime with the TechtalkRadio Blog and are happy to bring it back and focus on some content to deliver here as well as the Radio Show and Website. We will be making some slight changes to the website soon to allow for more content from Slick and Justin and hope you will visit again. Also, please be sure to subscribe to the Radio Show Via Spreaker or Google Play!
Android devices, after being unpacked, have been found to have malware. The devices were not sold via retail outlets. But this is an example of why no device can be considered absolutely safe…anyone can be vulnerable when it pertains to issues of security.
“The Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention has recently detected a severe infection in 36 Android devices, belonging to a large telecommunications company and a multinational technology company. While this is not unusual, one detail of the attacks stands out. In all instances, the malware was not downloaded to the device as a result of the users’ use, it arrived with it.
“According to the findings, the malware were already present on the devices even before the users received them. The malicious apps were not part of the official ROM supplied by the vendor, and were added somewhere along the supply chain. Six of the malware instances were added by a malicious actor to the device’s ROM using system privileges, meaning they couldn’t be removed by the user and the device had to be re-flashed.”