Tue, 22 July 2008
Today we introduce a new portion of the show: Securabytes. Securabytes are unannounced episodes, they could be last minute interviews or just more beer induced security speak. So, without further ado, here is the first Securabyte from the Securabit Podcast.
"Introducing haiku-DNS: [laughing corruption collapsing kittens gallop nectars forgiving] = usa.gov" - Chris
Wesley McGrew of McGrew Security, Martin McKeay of the Network Security Blog / Podcast, and some guy name Joel joined me (Rob Fuller) last night to discuss the DNS vulnerability leakage that happened about quitting time yesterday (7/21). We discuss the leak, how the vulnerability works, mitigating, and the potential it has on mass scales. Every one of the gentlemen that joined us, and we here at Securabit urge you to patch as soon as possible. If you need further information, please check the following links:
Direct link to this episode:
Check to see if you are vulnerable: http://www.doxpara.com/
In depth explanation of the vulnerability: http://www.mcgrewsecurity.com/?p=151
More supporting links: