Cybersecurity expert Peter Clay discusses the critical questions to ask your system administrator, and more on @DIYcyberGuy
The most vulnerable part of cryptocurrency is blockchain, its the individual’s private key. How do you protect yours, and how do you keep hackers from staling your funds? Listen to this episode for expert advice from blockchain expert Dr. Serhii Yelchenko.
This week on DIY Cyber Guy, my guest is cybersecurity and privacy expert Dr. Chris Pierson. We look at a recent Amazon Dot vulnerability that sent out 16-second recordings of conversations in people’s homes. Also, hackers figure out how to easily use an expired hotel room key to actually make a master key – we … Continue reading #16 – How to Avoid Electronics that Spy on You, with Dr. Chris Pierson
This week on DIY Cyber Guy: Massive attack briefly shut down several popular sites, I’ll tell you what happened and why you need a little patience this week. Bottom line -News of the death of Internet is premature! Update on Intel, and why I am still recommending that you avoid buying computers with certain intel … Continue reading #10 – The Biggest Internet Attack In History Is Not Over (Yet)
Companies that offer free services, like Facebook and Twitter, are for-profit companies. So where is the profit if the service is free. It could be in an ‘upsell’ product, like LinkedIn, which means that some useful features are not available in the free version of the product and require a subscription fee to access. Another … Continue reading #14 – If You Don’t Pay For the Product, You ARE the Product; GUEST Dan Lohrmann
This week, I had the privilege of interviewing a real hacker about how hackers hack. Their tools, tactics, and tricks – and we will tell you exactly how to protect yourself and your family. Our guest is Moe Sani, who has been an “ethical Hacker” for over 14 years. He began hacking at age 15, … Continue reading #13 – Secrets From A Hacker – How NOT To Get Hacked