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    Not sure if there has been a thread on this before but if not I thought it would be good to share any podcast resources.

    I have an ipod with one of those FM broadcasting attachments so I can listen to IT related podcasts through my car stereo during my 90 minute journey to work which I figure to be a constructive use of my time. More constructive than staring at the numberplate of the car in front of me on the M25 anyway....

    Just using itunes and searching for 'security' under podcasts I found quite a few useful links, I downloaded all of the Security Now! (either search under Itunes or go to www.grc.com) podcasts and although some of them are a bit basic I still find them educational.

    For example this morning I learned what a rootkit really was....

  2. #2
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    not really IT related but I love Binrev radio on tuesdays.

    chown -r us ./bases

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    Here are two :

    http://twatech.org/index.php -- Daily podcast, multiple hosts, including our own Irongeek.

    http://www.sploitcast.com/ --

    Welcome to SploitCast, the podcast for hackers, geeks, and the security paranoid. We are a group of students and IT professionals that have decided to start a downloadable talk show. SploitCast will discuss a wide variety of topics; these include, but are not limited to, new vulnerabilities, exploit code, security and technology news, and possibly even cute little bunny rabbits (but don't hold your breath). The SploitCast crew will also be conducting interviews and round table discussions with other members of the security industry.

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    currently i am listening to a following poscast which is worth listening,

    PaulDotCom Security Weekly - Special Edition - Richard Bejtlich Interview

    We are proud to bring you our exclusive interview with Richard Bejtlich, owner and operator of the Tao Security Blog, independent consultant, and author of Extrusion Detection.

    Richard talks with us about about:

    * How he came to work in the security field
    * Both of his books, "The Tao of Network Security Monitoring : Beyond Intrusion Detection", and "Extrusion Detection : Security Monitoring for Internal Intrusions"
    * How the Sguil project got started and its capabilities
    * The difference between a threat and a vulnerability
    * His love for FreeBSD
    * And some new projects he is working on

    Hosts: Larry Pesce, Paul Asadoorian
    Excuse me, is there an airport nearby large enough for a private jet to land?

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    Feb 2005
    www.itweek.co.uk/podcasts is another one I came across, not really security focused but still plenty of general IT issues.

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