Episode 7 of the Think Like a Hacker podcast has just been published.
This week we look at the Assange arrest, an irresponsible security researcher affecting the WordPress community and do a bit of a thought experiment. We also look at Google’s Sensorvault and how it’s being used by law enforcement, the fascinating rise and fall of the Bayrob malware gang, and some tips for avoiding a new AirBnB scam. I also talked to Tyler Lau at WordCamp Phoenix last month, and we share that interview with you today. Tyler is the Social Community Manager at Sandhills Development. Sandhills makes some very popular plugins including Easy Digital Downloads and AffiliateWP. We talked about the WordPress community, WordPress in general and some of the cool things that Sandhills is involved in.
You can find episode 7 of Think Like a Hacker on our blog or wherever you listen to podcasts including iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Youtube, SoundCloud and Overcast.
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