S2:E8 - Major Governmental Hack, Ruby 3.0, Oblivious DNS, and Facebook Antitrust Lawsuits
In this episode, we about federal and state antitrust lawsuits against Facebook, and a new DNS technique backed by Apple, Cloudflare, and Fastly called Oblivious DNS. Then we speak with Hector Monsegur, security researcher and former blackhat hacker, about a major hack against multiple government agencies. Then we chat with Penelope Phippen, tech lead at Stripe, and a Director at Ruby Central, about the release of Ruby 3.0.
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- Improving DNS Privacy with Oblivious DoH in 126.96.36.199
- U.S. and States Say Facebook Illegally Crushed Competition
- U.S. Agencies Hacked in Foreign Cyber Espionage Campaign Linked to Russia
- Ruby 3.0.0 Preview 2 Released
Hector X. Monsegur
Hector X. Monsegur is a security researcher and former black hat hacker.
Penelope Phippen (she/her) is a multifaceted Rubyist who works as a Director at Ruby Central, is the creator of Rubyfmt, and was formerly a lead maintainer of the RSpec project. She frequently writes and speaks about about complex aspects of the Ruby grammar, and issues of social justice for trans people in computer science. She's sad that she can't hug every cat.