S3 Ep14: Money scams, HTTPS by default, and hardcoded passwords [Podcast]


We advise you how to react when a friend suddenly asks for money, explain why Chromium is finally aiming for HTTPS by default, and warn you why you should never, ever hardcode passwords into your software.

With Kimberly Truong, Doug Aamoth and Paul Ducklin.

Intro and outro music: Edith Mudge.


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