This is our last Network Break for 2015. We lead off with a discussion of the jaw-dropping vulnerabilities found in Juniper’s ScreenOS firewall software, and speculate on its origins.
We analyze NetApp’s acquisition of flash storage startup SolidFire, and cheer on Apple as it takes the U.K. government to task over proposed surveillance legislation.
Lastly, we wrap up the show with a review of some of our favorite stories from 2015, and a list of things we probably won’t care about next year.
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Important Juniper Security Announcement – Juniper
Juniper- recording some Twitter conversations – ImperialViolet