We have a huge show today. Steve’s put out two more video interviews from NAB in Las Vegas, I’ve got a pretty big announcement about Chit Chat Across the Pond, and we’ve got another giant Security Bits with Bart Busschots. I told him maybe when there’s such a big security news week we should call it Security Blobs!
There are five Security Mediums in this episode. We’ll talk about a remote code execution built in Intel CPUs, Bart will explain what can go wrong with two-factor authentication through SMS, we’ll cover the Google Docs phishing worm and how Google could have prevented it, we’ll learn about how the beloved Handbrake servers got hacked causing distribution of malware, and as if that isn’t enough we’ll talk about the WannaCry worm that has indiscriminately taken down networks across the globe.
Allison interviews Max Thayer from Anker about their new Nebula projection systems. The Nebula P3 pico projector is a portable, light weight device projecting 2K lumens at 720p. It includes automatic focusing and a 3hr battery life, great for outdoor and on-the-go use. The larger Nebula 100″ Cinema Display projects 1080p video from just 13 inches away from a flat glass screen and it comes with bundled sub-woofer and sound system. The release date of both products will be announced later this year. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor.