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May 30, 2018

Roseanne was "Ambien Tweeting".  Ken, Matt and I briefly talk about the response of ABC being a bit harsh.  If it was so bad, the show would have died on its own from lack of viewers.  

GDPR is now fully instituted in the EU.  Craig and Matt and Ken discuss why US companies might need to think twice about their security.

FBI has been warning everyone to reboot your routers.  This morning Craig speaks with Ken and Matt about this router vulnerability and why the FBI is serious about this.

Find out more on CraigPeterson.com

 

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https://craigpeterson.com/radio-show/fbi-tells-router-users-to-reboot-now-to-kill-malware-infecting-500k-devices/14497/

https://craigpeterson.com/radio-show/what-you-need-to-know-about-gdpr-breach-disclosure-response/14500/

 

Transcript:

Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.

Airing date: 05/30/2018

Ambien Tweeting – Drunk Dialing – GDPR Affect In US – Home Business Router Vulnerability

 

Craig Peterson: [00:00:00] I've got the fans going here in the studio this morning. It’s kind of a warm morning here. Crazy. I left some of the equipment on last night and it heated up pretty good. Anyways, Craig Peterson here. This morning I was on with WGAN and all of their affiliate stations and we were talking about Rosanne. It's interesting because of course she got kicked off. But what's interesting about this whole thing is the progression over the years. From crazy Uncle Buck all the way to Ambien tweeting at 2:00 a.m. So what is happening? Why is the technology doing this? And how much attention should we pay to some stupid comment the crazy Uncle Buck made right? Does that make sense to you? And then we also talked a little bit about GDPR, what's happening in Europe? How does that tie into Roseanne Barr? And then we go to the big problem of the day which is our small business and home router vulnerabilities. What's happening there? What can you do about it? So that's what we talked about. Stick around. Here we go with Ken and Matt.

Matt Gagnon: [00:01:17] All right. Let's go to Craig Peterson our tech guru. Of course, he joins us every Wednesday at this time to give us an eye on technology. Craig, how are you, sir?

Craig: [00:01:25] I'm doing good. Aren't Krispy Kremes the best?

Matt: [00:01:27] They are but we're talking about what happens when we eat Honey O’s

Ken Altshuler: [00:01:28] We had a box of O’s. I don't know if you know O’s.

Craig: [00:01:37] No.

Ken: [00:01:38] We’re pretty stoned right now. And by the way the fact that I'm really high on sugar. I'm not going to do any tweeting whatsoever.

Matt: [00:01:46] Just as long as you don’t mix it with Ambien right?

Ken: [00:01:47] Because I may say something that will come back to cause me to be fired, Craig.

Craig: [00:01:52] Heaven forbid. Think of the hundreds of people that depend on you, Ken.

Ken: [00:01:57] That’s true. Exactly. 

Matt: [00:02:01] Dozens and dozens of people. 

Ken: [00:02:03] Tens.

Craig: [00:02:05] The whole population will increase. It will just be, it'll be a terrible thing. It’s an interesting comment too because of kind of a segue here into Roseanne. But we've had problems for years, right? You always had the crazy Uncle Buck who would say the stupid things at family gatherings. Right? And everybody would roll their eyes.

Matt: [00:02:25] Grandma you can't say that, right?

Craig: [00:02:28] Yeah actually. And then you ended up with the next phase really was we had these smartphones, well not smartphones, but cell phones, and it was drunk dialing. Right. And somebody would call up an ex-girlfriend or a wife or whomever the boss and chew them out. And that became a problem. And then we got the smart technology and we ended up with drunk texting and people saying really stupid things. And now we've got of course tweeting from the president at all hours of the night apparently from the bathroom. We've got Ambien tweeting now by Rosanne at 2:00 a.m. It's interesting because the technology hasn't changed people so much. But what has changed is previously it was a dozen people sitting around the Thanksgiving dinner table. Or it was one person getting that drunk phone call. And we just rolled our eyes and told them how stupid they were. But those weren't the things they would normally say. And so now we have apps that are designed for people who maybe are prone to drunk dialing. So when they when they want to make a phone call or if they want to send even use their phone it comes up and they have to answer a little mathematical question or something else. The challenge is whether or not they're sober. But come on people. Roseanne she said the most idiotic things on her entire career right. Do we expect anything different? But the question is technology. Right. It's the great amplifier and that's what we're seeing here again today and we've all got to be careful with it, right? You've seen this before Matt. 

Matt: [00:04:23] Oh absolutely. There's no question about it.

Ken: [00:04:26] Yeah. Absolutely. 

Matt: [00:04:27] Very common. 

Craig: [00:04:28] Yes people on running a campaign they want to get elected. Everybody gets frustrated. Everybody says something stupid. I'm not sure that everyone says something as stupid as Rosanne said but everybody does this sort of thing. So you know to be careful with that technology again. Right. Maybe you shouldn't turn on your smartphone when you've been drinking or taking Ambien or whatever it might be now. Think twice because not only does this get out there but it's out there essentially forever and employers are asking for social media information they can easily search stuff and they can find things that you said in college and did in college when you're applying for that job ten years from now. Do you really want it out there? That's part of the whole idea behind the GDP are that Europe just put in place about two years ago and as of last Friday. This new GDPR, this regulation in Europe and the same regulation in California, by the way, is essentially the same says not only do you have a right to be forgotten but you have a right to ask for any records that are kept on you basically to be erased and nullified so that you can go back and say you know those were pretty stupid statements I made and get it changed. And so there are discussions here in the U.S. now. Should we have something like GDPR? Now a lot of businesses have been asking what do we have to do and panicking and major businesses are out there blocking Europe right now entirely from accessing their sites because they're not compliant. But this is a discussion is going to go on for a while. And per usual technology is far ahead of legislation in the, you know. We've got to pull up our socks and take care of this ourselves. 

Matt: [00:06:21] We're talking to Craig Peterson our tech guru who's joining us now as he does every Wednesday at 7:38. Craig, I was told about a thousand times yesterday that I need to reboot my router or throw it away or something. What's this router problem that I'm hearing? Is there a vulnerability that it’s been exposed? 

Craig: [00:06:43] That's exactly what that is. I started working yesterday actually over the weekend on a little program I'm putting together for people to kind of explain what to do. Maybe what you should buy as far as routers go for your home and for your small business. But you know I'm involved with the FBI. In fact, I just ran a webinar yesterday for the FBI InfraGard for their national program on their national board. But anyhow. So the FBI came out with a statement all about the routers that we have mostly in our homes but unfortunately, a lot of small businesses have these home routers and here's what happens. When was the last time you applied updates to your router in the house?

Matt: [00:07:32] 1975. 

Craig: [00:07:34] Yeah exactly. So if you have one of these aftermarket routers, the little routers that you’ve bought. And that means like a Wi-Fi device with the built-in router and you hook it up to your data line coming into your house. The odds are excellent that your router has been hacked. So these include consumer grade routers by Linksys, Mikrotik, Netgear, TP-Link, even some attached storage devices. This is a very, very big deal because what's happening in Russia hacked these things on and they use some automated software to do it. It was so easy to do and taking them over. There's three stages to this attack but basically, they were able to send all of your data to Russia and mine it. So they were looking at all of the data from your small business or from your home. They were mining that for bank account information, login information. Of course credit cards, personal information. Because remember now all of your data is going through that route at the edge. And if Russia can get their hands on that data you could be in a lot of trouble. So the FBI knew what was going on and what happens is people like me, the workforce with the FBI when we find compromise systems we give the FBI access to them unlike the Democrat National Committee so that the FBI can investigate it and see what happens? Who did it? What were they doing? Is this something that could be more widespread that we need to let people know about? So the FBI is letting us know.

Now here's what you need to do. There’s two things. I'm going to give you a phone number of mine you can text and I'll send you more information. But what you need to do is reboot your router. Now, not just once but right now they're advising you reboot your router at least weekly. Depending on how deeply the Russians have gotten into your router. You may or may not be able to clear it out. But weekly is what they're advising right now and I agree with them because there are so many of these that are infected. My guys over at Cisco Talos have been tracking this almost for two years now it's become a real big deal, a real big problem since the Russians apparently took hold. The FBI has gotten involved. They have blocked some of the command and control here. But it still is something you have to do. Now if you have a router that that's from your cable company. It's probably OK but it never hurts to reboot. It rarely hurts to reboot. Let me put it that way, your router. So reboot daily. Now I'm putting something together. I'm going to give a list of some of the routers that you can get. Some links to Amazon. I'll probably use affiliate links all might make 50 cents to a dollar on these things but I want to send you out a list of here's some decent ones. They have a good rating. They've been working for a long time for people. They give you good Wi-Fi coverage. Et Cetera. And if you want to get all of that information I'll be putting it together here this weekend getting it out to you. Just text me with your e-mail address. So open up your regular texting. You're going to text me at 855-385-5553. That's 855-385-5553. And just text me your e-mail address or text me your questions. You know what kind of router you have I'll look it up for you. We'll help you out here to know whether or not you've got a problem. 

The next step, unfortunately, may be that you need to try and upgrade your router. But I've got to tell you many of these home routers do not have the ability to be upgraded easily or even at all. So you may end up having to buy a new router for your home. Again you can contact your cable company or whoever you're getting your Internet service from to find out if you're OK. But this is not fake. This is real and I'll tell you about that number one more time. 855-385-5553. That would go straight to me. 855-385-5553. This is not just a national emergency guys. This is worldwide. And every country that I know of maybe not Russia and North Korea but they pick up that FBI warning and they are running with it. So if you have friends and family, let them know. Reboot your router at least weekly. Make sure that your routers get updated here or may be changed out because this is huge. This is yet another volley in World War 3 frankly guys.

Ken: [00:12:37] Craig Peterson, our tech guru joins us every Wednesday at 7:35. Thank you, Craig. Thank you for the information and we will talk to you next week. 

Craig: [00:12:44] Hey gentlemen take care. Bye-bye.

 

Matt: [00:12:46] Thank you, sir.

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May 29, 2018

FBI has been warning everyone to reboot your routers.  This morning Craig speaks with Jim about this router vulnerability and why the FBI is serious about this.

GDPR is now fully instituted in the EU.  Craig and Jim discuss why US companies might need to think twice about their security.

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https://craigpeterson.com/radio-show/what-you-need-to-know-about-gdpr-breach-disclosure-response/14500/

 

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May 26, 2018

IF you are a business how do you treat privacy? Well, yesterday GDPR went into effect - and it gave European Citizens lots of additional rights!  GDPR is a set of new European Privacy Rules about keeping data safe.  Listen in as Craig explains what is required and why you must be prepared. 

Yet again - A Major Security problem  — Worldwide!  And it appears that this one involves a state actor.  Today Craig explains what they are targeting and what you have to do -- and it is not a one time fix.  Also if you are a business you have even more to be worried about.

How many websites can Facebook track your activities --- you may be surprised.  Listen in and Craig will tell you the number.

How closely are you reading the terms of service on all the apps,  software and online services you use?  Craig will tell you what has changed and why you need to take and extra hard look before accepting them.

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May 23, 2018

Our Nuclear secrets in the Cloud!  Listen in as Craig explains to Ken and Matt what the Pentagon is proposing and why Craig thinks it is a crazy idea.

Cryptocurrency is a SCAM!  Today Craig talks about the whole cryptocurrency scam and why Facebook wants to create its own.  FYI there were 1500 new Cryptocurrencies created last year alone and more than half are no longer in business

Google is full of liberal snowflakes.  Craig discusses the letter to Google management from 3,100 Google employees about the use of their technology in support of military projects.

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May 22, 2018

Have you heard of the Jedi?  I am sure you have but probably not in the context we are going to be talking about today.  Craig and Jim get into a discussion of our Nuclear Secrets and storing them in the cloud and why I think that is a bad idea.

Cryptocurrencies are a scam.  Craig and Jim talk about Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain and the fact that 1500 new cryptocurrencies were introduced last year and more than half of them are already out of business. So why would Facebook want to get into the cryptocurrency market?  Listen in to find out.

 

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May 21, 2018

Social Media - the effects of isolation - Not the way to raise a generation. Listen in as Craig and Jack discuss a pilot program between Governor Gregg Abbot and Texas Tech in Lubbock Texas to prevent at-risk students from committing violent acts.  In place in just 10 West Texas school districts for the last four years. 400 children remanded into the program.  

 

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May 19, 2018

Artificial Intelligence and Border Security - In the very near future a new type of border security may be showing up at airports - these kiosks will use Artificial Intelligence, sensors, infrared cameras to detect minute cues if you are lying. 

 

How secure is the cloud?  Secure enough for US Nuclear Secrets? In My Opinion the Pentagon is taking a huge risk by trusting our Nuclear secrets to the Cloud.  

 

Why are Google employees Quitting? It's all about algorithms and military drones.

 

We have talked about Cryptocurrency and why it is a big scam.  However, that is not stopping Facebook from launching their own cryptocurrency.  

 

Compared to Facebook and Google, What does Apple know about you and why you should be cheering!  Most of the information they keep is on your local device — they are more into security and privacy.

 

Equifax has more than one Credit Bureau and they don’t allow you to freeze your credit.

 

Tips and Tricks for getting better recommendations from your music applications.  

 

Do you value your privacy?  If so, stop using What’s App.  It has been sold and the founding CEO is leaving.

 

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May 16, 2018

Have a Huawei or ZTE Smart Phone?  Listen in today and Craig, Matt and Ken have a lively discussion about why the DOD is banning the sale of these phones and what the Commerce Dept. did that could put them out of business completely.

 

There is a difference between AI and Machine Learning.  Today Craig talks with Matt and Ken about the advances in this type of technology and how Google assistant is using it and even can mimic natural speech patterns and understand some context subtleties.

 

DNA can tell a lot about you a lot even if it is not yours.  Craig explains to Matt and Ken how DNA from a family member helped the Police catch the Golden State Killer and it was not his. Matt told Craig about an interesting local Maine case where DNA played a part in one of their State reps family history.

 

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DNA uncovers a history of stolen children. 

 

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May 15, 2018

Big hack in the news. Listen in as Craig and Jim discuss the latest security holes that were discovered in our Email encryption standard and what it means for all of us.

Passwords... Passwords... Passwords.  Craig and Jim spend a few minutes this morning talking about the new NIST standards that were just released on passwords and it is good news for all of us especially when it comes to security and online shopping.

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May 14, 2018

We have all seen them - Mapping vehicles. Listen in as Craig and Jack discuss the latest in Mapping from Apple and how they are upping their game by getting their own data and how and more about Autonomous Vehicles.

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May 12, 2018

Remembering Passwords is the boon of everyone's existence.  New things are on the horizon that will up-end many of the standards and best practices. Listen in as Craig talks about what National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) just finalized concerning passwords.  New things are on the horizon that will up-end many of the standards and best practices.

 

You can be convicted of a Crime based on DNA even if they don’t have your DNA.  Today Craig goes through the case of the Golden State Killer who was convicted using DNA but not his DNA.

 

Were you aware ZTE/Huawei has filed for Bankruptcy? Tune in as Craig tells you what precipitated this event and what the Federal government warning had to do with it.

 

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May 9, 2018

McAfee, Norton, Symantec, TrendMicro ... Today Craig speaks with Matt and Ken to tell them that none of those Anti-Virus packages will protect you.  They just can't do it but pay attention and Craig will tell you the type of Anti-Virus that you should use.

Today we witnessing in real time a somewhat eerie a market bubble. Listen in as Craig talks with Ken and Matt about the Greater Fool Theory and how it applies to today's Cryptocurrencies.

Facebook History is problematic and is getting more so as employers and others look at your posts and posts by others on your website and make judgments about you before they ever meet you. e r Craig discusses Facebooks new Clear History tool that they are developing -- not for a magnanimous reason but because they are being forced to by requirements in the GDPR that say "you have the right to be forgotten."

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May 8, 2018

Do you know what the term "Something you know and Something you have"?  Listen in as Craig and Jim talk about what that means and why you need to implement this technology if you want to protect your identity.

Name something that has a volatile value that can never be physically held?  Jim and Craig explain why the Biggest Scam in history is taking place right now and how many people have been duped into this "investment" scheme.

 

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May 7, 2018

Do you take the security of your personal information seriously?  Today Craig and Jack talk about a security feature that is available but is used by less than 10% of the population and why it is a great feature to use.

Are you familiar with the Greater Fool Theory?  Listen in today as Craig and Jack discuss Cryptocurrencies and why they are not a means of payment due to one thing - volatility.

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May 2, 2018

Are you familiar with Two Party Consent?  Listen in as Craig, Matt and Ken discuss the ins and outs of what this law may mean for Amazon and you.

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May 1, 2018

When recordings are made many states have affirmative consent rules.  Craig and Jim discuss the complexities that the technologies present in today's smart speakers are bringing to the forefront and how the laws will affect their performance.

 

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