Wow- this episode number is the same as the combination on my luggage. What a strange coincidence!

For the first time in a while it is just Martin and myself, which likely explains why we went over 30 minutes. We even had about 7 live listeners tonight, out of our regular audience of 2000 or so per episode. I kind of like knowing there are real people out there and Martin and I are exploring how to make it a better experience in the future. We talked about a lot tonight, ranging from the tragedy of electronic voting to the just-released clickjacking details.

As a reminder, keep an eye on our Twitter feed for our recording times if you want to listen live- usually Monday or Tuesday evenings.

Network Security Podcast, Episode 123, October 7, 2008

Show Notes:

Posted by rmogull, filed under Uncategorized. Date: October 7, 2008, 7:15 pm | 4 Comments »

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