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We see lots of movies and TV shows where hackers can infiltrate our lives with just a few keystrokes. But is it real? We’re here to find out. Malicious cat photos, sketchy Wi-Fi networks, rogue rentals, all-knowing webcams - those are just a few topics tackled in Hackable?, where we let our hackers shed light on just how secure we really are. Winner of Best Branded Podcast - 10th Annual Shorty Awards.

Customer Reviews

It's like Mythbusters for tech

Besides now being ultra attentive to the Wi-Fi my devices automatically connect to, this podcast is awesome. I've always wondered what a hacker can really see and, well, now I'm well aware. Can't wait for episode 2. 🕵️💻

Advice for WiFi

Don't use Public WiFi ,at all.
Use Cellular Data, its much more secure.If you do use Public WiFi, use a VPN,it secures your data by encrypting it.
At home use , WPA2 Password ,only share with Family & Friends.
On iOS 11 there is a easy way to share WiFi Passwords between friends, just hold your connected iPhone nearby to friends device ,a prompt will allow you to share the code ,without telling them.

Great Information, But Tinted To Advertise

Just to start: I work in tech, as an engineer. I do not specialize in InfoSec, but I think it's fair to say I have an above average understanding, relative to the general population.

If you have a solid understanding of the basics of computer security, this podcast won't really tell you very much you don't already know. But it does a really good job of explaining the basic concepts in an approachable and understandable way for anyone who doesn't know much but wants to get a decent grasp.

All that said, please remember at all times who is making this: the computer security company, McAfee. In some cases, threats are exaggerated, and one of the main solutions provided to problems in each episode is that you buy a McAfee product. I can't speak to all of their products, but among InfoSec enthusiasts, McAfee's main antivirus software is (exaggeratedly) considered only a step or two above malware in terms of desirability. I'm not definitely saying no one should ever purchase McAfee products, but please do your research on options for VPN's, antivirus software, etc.

TL;DR: Not a bad podcast for InfoSec beginners, but please please please remember that it's ultimately a series created to advertise a product.

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