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For people passionate about farming, gardening, food politics, food security, and the intersections among these topics. Jordan Marr, a certified organic farmer in British Columbia, interviews farmers, gardeners, academics, and journalists about stuff farmers and food system nerds care about. If where and how your food is produced matters to you, this podcast is produced for you!
 
Welcome to Food Warriors: the podcast that is transforming how we think about our food. Food Warriors are entrepreneurs, farmers, educators, policy shifters, chefs and more who are paving the way to transform our food system. We've saved you a spot at our lunch table to hear the most innovative solutions to our greatest food challenges, from food waste to food security. Hear the stories that fueled their mission and then get clear, actionable steps you can start using today. Get ready to mee ...
 
Welcome to scigest - podcast-sized servings of digestible science from the world of Plant & Food Research! Scigest is a podcast channel hosted by scientists at Plant & Food Research in New Zealand who are passionate about communicating their science to New Zealanders and the world, as well as helping science students in their journey to a science career. Our scientists are at the heart of food production, supply and security, contributing to human health and wellbeing as well as social and e ...
 
7 Minute Security is a weekly information security podcast focusing on penetration testing, blue teaming and building a career in security. The podcast also features in-depth interviews with industry leaders who share their insights, tools, tips and tricks for being a successful security engineer.
 
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Today we continue the series on eating your own security dog food! Specifically, we talk about: Keeping a log and procedure for sanitizing systems Keeping a log and procedure for provisioning systems A big "gotcha" to be aware of when using Windows system dropboxes - make sure your Windows user account doesn't expire, because Splashtop doesn't have…
 
Hey everybody, happy June! Our pal Joe is back to cover some great security stories with us, including: Peloton's leaky API Some Colonial Pipeline discussion (story 1, story 2) Amazon Sidewalk doesn't really share your Internet connection with neighbors/strangers. The Hacker News article doesn't do an awesome job of clearing that up either.…
 
Today we're doing something new - a first impressions episode of Meraki networking gear. Note: this is not a sponsored episode, but rather a follow up to episode #460 where I talked about throwing all my UniFi gear into the ocean and replacing it with Meraki gear. At the end of that episode I asked if anybody was interested in a "first impressions"…
 
Hey friends! Today we're talking with Philippe Humeau, CEO of CrowdSec, which is "an open-source massively multiplayer firewall able to analyze visitor behavior & provide an adapted response to all kinds of attacks. It also leverages the crowd power to generate a global IP reputation database to protect the user network." I came into this interview…
 
Peanut plants are a rare item in New Zealand even though we are big fan either as a snack or as peanut butter. But is that about to change? This week Jay Jayaraman speaks to Declan Graham, business manager at Plant & Food Research about the first harvest of peanuts up north and the potential for a peanut growing industry in a warming Northland.…
 
Hey everybody! I stayed in a hotel for the first time in over a year and boy oh boy...I hope I didn't get COVID from the bedsheets! Anyhow, on that journey I thought of some things that I think will help your business on the marketing/project management/sales side to be more successful and less annoying. DISCLAIMER: I have no formal training in the…
 
Science has always been about collecting data and with the new data collection technologies today we can collect a massive amount. This all needs to be processed to make sense of it which is where a relatively new career of data scientist comes in. Today Hilary Ireland speaks to data scientist Dr Peter McAtee about his journey into a career as a da…
 
Welp, I need another security certification like I needed a bunch to the retinas, but even after all the fun (and pain) of CRTP I couldn't help but sign up for the maiden voyage of Attacking and Defending Azure AD Cloud - a.k.a. CARTP. This cert comes to us from our friends over at Pentester Academy, and is all about pwning things in Azure AD which…
 
Hey friends! Today Joe "The Machine" Skeen (a.k.a. Gh0sthax) and I talk about some of our favorite news stories, including: FBI removes hacker back doors NSA: 5 security bugs under active nation-state cyberattack Ubiquiti is accused of covering up a ‘catastrophic’ data breach — and it’s not denying it. On a side note, enjoy our podcast about how we…
 
Today our friend Christopher Fielder of Arctic Wolf joins us on the show again (check out his first appearance in episode #444 - this time to talk about the security journey, and how to start out in your "security diapers" and mature towards a stronger infosec program. Specifically, we talk about: When the company has one person in charge of IT/sec…
 
Insects, animals, plants all use the power of smell to communicate or facilitate reproduction. These smell chemicals are called semiochemicals and today Nicola Sullivan talks to scientist Lloyd Stringer about the use of these chemicals in our battle to protect NZ borders from invasive pests and how we go about discovering what they are and how to r…
 
In the last two episodes of this series (#449 and #450) we've been diving into how to not only speed up the process of spinning up a DIY pentest dropbox, but how to automate nearly the entire build process! In today's episode we talk specifically about how to streamline the Windows 10 build process. As previously mentioned, this article is awesome …
 
Today we talk through our first engagement using Hak5 Key Croc to steal and exfil data. In the past, my internal monologue when a new Hak5 toy is released sounds like this: "I certainly don't need another Hak5 doo-dad! The last one didn't ever work that great, and ended up in a drawer full of past Hak5 doo-dads that didn't work that great." "Whaaaa…
 
OK I probably say this every time, but I'm gonna say it again: this tale of pwnage is my one of my favs - and not because of the tools/tradecraft, but because of why the company needed our help in the first place. I think I'd file this under the category of "rescue and recovery mission" more than a pentest, but it was a total blast. I also cover a …
 
Hilary Ireland is the latest addition to our scigest roster. She gets a taste of the hot seat when she shares her science journey as a late bloomer with host Jay Jayaraman. Hilary, now a research associate and third-year PhD student, didn't pursue a science degree until age 27. Let's hear about her research on Gillenia trifoliata and her advice for…
 
Hey friends! Warning: this is not a "typical" 7MS episode where we try hard to deliver some level of security value. Instead, today is a big, fat, crybaby, first-world problems whine-fest about how I used to love my UniFi gear for many years, but then a few weeks ago I hit unhealthy levels of rage while working with it...and subsequently completely…
 
Happy mid-March! Our good pal Gh0sthax joins us today for another hot dish of cyber news! Stories include: Microsoft Exchange cyber attack - Hacker News has a nice what we know so far story, but things have evolved really fast, so make sure you check Microsoft's primary advisory, the script to run on local servers and newer updates such as the rece…
 
How to make science stand out in an age of information overload? In a reversal of roles scientist Tom Saunders interviews Communications Manager Emma about the fine line that science communicators walk on to present science in an accurate manner while keeping it accessible and engaging to the general public. She also discusses the role of science o…
 
Today we're super excited to share a featured interview with Tanya Janca of WeHackPurple! Tanya has been in software development from the moment she was of legal age to work in Canada - beginning by working with some huge companies (Nokia/Adobe) before falling in love with application security and eventually starting a company of her own. Gh0sthax …
 
Hi! This episode of pentest pwnage is a fun one because it was built for speeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed. Here's some of the things we're doing/running when time is of the essence: Get a cmd.exe spun up in the context of your AD user account: runas /netonly /user:samplecompany\billybob "C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe" Then get some important info in PowerView: Ge…
 
Hello friends! Today, Joe (Gh0sthax) and I complete our series on CRTP - Certified Red Team Professional - a really awesome pentesting training and exam based squarely on Microsoft tools and tradecraft. Specifically, Joe and I talk about: We don't think the training/exam is for beginners, despite how its advertised Both the lab PDF and PowerPoint h…
 
Dr Rob Beresford returns to scigest with an update on the latest myrtle rust developments this summer in New Zealand and what we know about the fungal disease, its behaviour and its effects host plants so far. Learn how to identify the yellow rust, what to do if your spot it in your home garden or by the roadside, and where to report it.…
 
Hey everybody! Sorry that we're late again with today's episode, but I got COVID shot #2 and it kicked my behind BIG TIME today. But I'm vertical today and back amongst the living and thrilled to be sharing with you another tale of pentest pwnage! Yeah! This might be my favorite tale yet because: I got to use some of my new CRTP skills! Make sure o…
 
Happy almost-mid-February! Today Gh0sthax cooked up some great news stories for us to chew on, including: Sudo bug gives root access to mass numbers of Linux systems! What the heck is hammering with GameStop stock? - this tweet does a great job of explaining it in plain English Solarwinds continues to be a gift that keeps on giving malware-laced gi…
 
Today's featured interview is with Marcello Salvati of Black Hills Information Security. Marcello is a.k.a. byt3bl33d3r, and known for his many contributions to the security community. We here at 7MS first became familiar with his work after using CrackMapExec on our penetration tests, and today we sat down with Marcello to discuss: Brian's Chris F…
 
Hey everyone! Hope you're having a great week. Today Gh0sthax and I do a brain dump and recap of a cool (and mind-exploding) course we took last week called Enterprise Attacker Emulation and C2 Implant Development. In the tangent department, we also touch a bit on: The Fargo TV series Our upcoming interview with Marcello (a.k.a. byt3bl33d3r) from B…
 
After 30 years at Plant & Food Research and its predecessors, Philippa Stevens is ready for the OE she never had (after Covid)! The soon-to-retire Group GM Science Services looks back on her career which began as a technician. In a chat with new scigest host Hilary Ireland, Philippa shares her transition from science into science management, her in…
 
Today we talk about a cool product called Deep Freeze, which, as its name implies, can "freeze" your computer in a known/good/frozen state. Then you can do whatever the flip you want to the machine (install icky things, tamper with C:\windows, pack your browser full of shady plugins, and more!), and then just reboot to restore! Note: this is not a …
 
Fat in food generally gets a bad rap, but fish oil is one of the edible oils that are often associated with health benefits for its high content of omega-3 fatty acids. Our host Andrew chats with Nelson-based marine products scientist and chemist Daniel Killeen. Daniel deciphers the myths about fish oil - what it does to our body and where it came …
 
Hey friends! We're continuing our series on pentest dropbox building - specifically playing off last week's episode where we started talking about automating the OS builds that go on our dropboxes. Today we'll zoom in a little closer and talk about some of the specific scripting we do to get a Windows 2019 Active Directory Domain Controller install…
 
Hi Everyone! Herein: four audio segments I think you'll enjoy. Each comes from a 25-episode podcast series I'm in the middle of producing for my province's annual organic conference. So yeah, this is a teaser for the conference, but be assured that each segment in this episode stands alone as an interesting piece of audio on its own merits. More in…
 
Happy new year! This episode continues our series on DIY pentest dropboxes with a focus on automation - specifically as it relates to automating the build of Windows 10, Windows Server 2019, Kali and Ubuntu VMs. Here's the resources I talk about in more detail on today's episode that helps make the automagic happen: Windows VMs This article from Wi…
 
Today, Gh0sthax and I talk about week 3/4 of the CRTP - Certified Red Team Professional training, and how it's kicking our butts a bit. Key points include: We agree this is not a certification for folks who are new to pentesting Don't expect to be following along "live" with the instructor during the training sessions You'll need to do a flippin' t…
 
Merry Christmas! Happy holidays! Please enjoy the last cyber news edition of 2020, brought to us by our good pal Gh0stHax. Stories covered include: You've probably heard this by now, but FireEye had a breach that was truly sophisticated. Here's a really nice plain English breakdown of the situation for folks who may not be interested in the deep te…
 
Food safety is something we don't really think about until we get a case of an upset stomach. It is however a constant and crucial issue for the supply chain around the food industry. Plant & Food Research is looking at new ways to help the industry combat pathogens like Listeria monocytogenes on food while also reducing chemical and water usage. T…
 
Today's episode continues part 1 of our series on the Certified Red Team Professional certification. Key points from today's episode include: It's probably a better idea to run Bloodhound on your local machine so you don't crush the student VM's resources Running Invoke-Command is one of my new favorite things. Check this post for a bunch of cheats…
 
Welp, I need another certification like I need a hole in the head, but that didn't stop me from signing up for the Certified Red Team Professional. So I've started a series on sharing what I'm learning as I proceed through the certification path. (We're also talking about this on the 7MS forums) Here are some of the highlights from week 1: Boy oh b…
 
Today we speak to Dr Ross Ferguson, an internationally recognized expert on the biology of kiwifruit. Ross's work helped to develop New Zealand's successful kiwifruit industry. In this podcast he talks to scientist Dr Jay Jayaraman (currently working on the kiwifruit disease PSA) about his career and his science, starting as a summer student and be…
 
Happy December! Today I virtually sat down with Christopher Fielder of Arctic Wolf, who started his career in security at 18 (I was just playing a lot of video games when I was that old)! Christopher has served in the Air Force, worked for a university and SANS, served for some three-letter organizations - and more! Christopher and I had a great ch…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! While the turkey and pie settle in your belly, why not also digest some fantastic security news stories with our pal Gh0sthax? Today's stories include: It was another epic month of patching - both Threatpost and Krebs have great coverage of what you need to know. We don't support software pirating, but it's interesting that we j…
 
Hey friends, I dare declare this to be my favorite tale of internal pentest pwnage so far. Why? Because the episode features: Great blue team tools alerting our customer to a lot of the stuff we were doing An EDR that we tried to beat up (but it beat us up instead) SharpGPOAbuse which we talked about extensively last week Separation of "everyday" a…
 
Hello friends! Sorry to be late with this episode (again) but we've been heads-down in a lot of cool security work, coming up for air when we can! Today's episode features: A little welcome music that is not the usual scatting of gibberish I torture you with Some cool tools I'm playing with in the lab that we'll do future episodes on in the future:…
 
As humans, our sense of smell tells us a lot about our surroundings and whether something is potentially good or harmful. Dr Melissa Jordan is an olfactory expert who has studied the evolution of olfaction in animals and insects including tuatara. She is also working to harness the biology that gives certain insects the ability to detect smells unn…
 
Hi! Sorry to be so late with this episode, but I'm excited to share with you another fun tale of pentest pwnage! Key points from today's episode include: We do not do these episodes to brag or put down any company about their security posture. We do do (heh, I said "do do") these episodes to share what we're learning about pentesting it helps you b…
 
Happy October and merry Halloween everybody! We're back with our buddy Joe "the machine" Skeen who is also now a Principal Security Engineer for 7MS! He's also working on a new cert, and speaking of certs, 7MS is now PCIP certified! Today's great cyber stories include: Azure AD is a single point of failure in many networks Ransomware sophistication…
 
Yay - I'm a PCIP now! I welcome you to check out our past episodes on PCIP, but in some ways this will be the be all, end all episode on the topic. Today I cover: Study materials that helped me prepare: PCIP book by Linda Jones (I couldn't actually get this one in time but it looks awesome!) Flashcards from Cram Flashcards from Quizlet My flashcard…
 
Harlequin ladybird is a recent arrival in New Zealand but growers of major crops have already formed a love-hate relationship with it. Dr Dave Bellamy returns for another episode where he explains the benefits as well as problems posed by harlequin ladybirds in different parts of the country and updates us on his research on enhancing our understan…
 
Hello! This episode is a true homecoming in that I actually recorded it from home. Yay! WARNING!!! WARNING!!! This episode contains a ton of singing. If you don't like singing, do not listen!!! With that said, I wanted to follow up on part 1 and 2 of this series and share some additional cool tools that others have told me about in regards to secur…
 
Hey, hope you're having a great week! The last few weeks have had somewhat of a homecoming and home cleaning theme. To continue that train of thought, over the last few days I've gotten heavy into cleaning up my cloud clutter - cloud services, email, file sharing, etc. - in an effort to be more secure and have a reduced digital footprint. Today's t…
 
Hi again! It's sort of fun to release two episodes in one week for a change. If you missed part 1 on our ioT security series, check it out here. Today we dive into some free/cheap monitoring solutions you can use to keep tabs on your ioT network (or any network, really): Nagios - it's old school but gets the job done. This article helped me get it …
 
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