Direct download link: Episode 15.
In this week’s episode, Christie and Audrey chat about Yahoo scanning your email for the government, Dash being removed from the Apple App Store, and DNS hacking. Enjoy!
- Yahoo Said to Have Aided U.S. Email Surveillance by Adapting Spam Filter, from The New York Times
- The Yahoo Scans Closely Followed Obama’s Cybersecurity Emergency Declaration, from emptywheel
Apples vs Dash
- Apple Has Removed Dash from the App Store from Dash developer Kapeli
- Doubt Cast on ‘Dash’ Developer’s Defense Against Apple’s Claim of Review Fraud [Updated] from MacRumors
- Dash developer speaks: Here’s his full story from iMore
- The story of EV-SSL, AWS and trailing dot domains from detectify labs
- Trailing Dots in Domain Names
- Floating Domains – Taking Over 20K DigitalOcean Domains via a Lax Domain Import System from The Hacker Blog
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