I have been spending a lot of time working on video and voice streaming vulnerabilities.
You would be surprised how at risk companies are today simply by nature of their voice systems, if not properly secured, especially those that try to maintain a globally coherent communications fabric.
What do you get if you mix the dream of a 1980s phreaker with the fantasy of a 1990s blackhat? Today’s multimedia business platforms.
It therefore seems oddly appropriate to read about several personal computer-based multimedia formats that have just been flagged for critical vulnerabilities.
And the next time you sit in a conference room laden with the latest technology, ask yourself how you really know who is listening.