S2E2: "Ayyy, I Took Your Job"

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2017-03-02 03:39:30 2017-03-13 03:59:00 "Edita"
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We talk about SHA1 collisions and robots TOOKin’ yer JERB.

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Notes

Starts at 08m20s.

I was drinking Bulleitt bourbon. Paden was drinking the same Glenlivet. Jthan was drinking Johnny Walker Black.

  • Paden installed LineageOS on his tablet (from vendor-supplied stock)! He talks a bit about the experience.
  • We talk more about the SHA1 collision discovery. (10m48s)
  • Could AI take over the role of a sysadmin? (20m05s)
    • The article Jthan references is here
    • If you haven’t seen robots actually try to walk, it’s hilarious.
  • Dev vs. Prod- are mismatches/compromises in matching okay? (43m50s)
    • MariaDB, in my book, is 99.999% of the time a perfectly acceptable “mismatch” with MySQL, provided you version-match your dev to prod.

Sysbadministration Award

In this segment, we highlight system administration mistakes. Think of them as the IT equivalent of the Darwin Awards. (56m14s)

The RSA “security conference” attendees apparently don’t know the first thing about wireless security.

Errata

  • The Wordpress vuln we mention is reported here
  • At 33m31s i say “humans are not sentient”- I meant “machines are not sentient”. Ooops!
  • For a *split*-second, I thought Jthan was talking about this. Nope. He was talking about the actual fish.

Music

Music Credits
Track Title Artist Link Copyright/License
Intro MIDNIGHT RADIO The Polish Ambassador click CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0
Outro Submersed Phonics (JBYo Collab) Sro click CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0
(All music is royalty-free, properly licensed for use, used under fair use, or public domain.)

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