In This Episode: Accessing accounts while traveling, encryption, and vulnerabilities.
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- 0:00 LN: Another travel related thought exercise: you’re in another country, and you lose everything – phone, wallet, laptop, etc.. How do you prepare?
- 2:19 GR: Two Factor issues.
- 4:48 Connect with computers at home. Trust another person.
- 5:40 LN: Essential email accounts.
- 7:40 LN: Authy Two Factor.
- 10:57 GR: What if I can’t rejoin the internet world?
- 12:00 GR: It’s similar to getting connected when setting up a new computer.
- 20:00 LN: Backing up password vault.
- 24:50 GR: Services with no customer support
- 26:00 LN: Protonmail experience. And Fastmail.
- 29:00 LN: What “end to end” encryption means. Some people don’t really get why it matters.
- In light of this article: This Is the Data Facebook Gave Police to Prosecute a Teenager for Abortion (I’ve got an article in pipeline for early september)
- 35:15 Art and detail of encryption.
- 40:30 Government back door? Levels of intrusion.
- 45:00 It is a non-issue if end-to-end encryption is used.
- 49:00 Social ramifications are huge
- 52:00 LN: Headlines overstating things. For example: yet another Mac/Zoom vulnerability where the headlines are way scarier than they should be.
- Most vulnerability reports these days are ‘gated’ by phishing, so it’s in our control. Or is that “bad” news?
- 56:00 GR: Or, gated by “physical access.”
- 1:00:40 LN: Ransomware
Ain’t it Cool
- 1:02:00 LN: (rerun) Internet radio (Radio Garden), esp with upcoming travel (I’ve been using TuneIn)
- 1:05:00 GR: Embassytown by China Miéville