It’s been a while since I got to talk directly to The Project presenters, but I did so last night. And I was captioned as a “Cyber Security Commentator”, which is obviously a bit special.
The story was about the security risks of webcams. Presenter Gorgi Coglan introduced it thusly:
What if I told you that the webcam in your computer could be under the control of someone on the other side of the planet, and watching everything you do right now?
I was pleased that The Project introduced the Channel TEN audience to RATs, or remote administration (or access) tools, and managed — as they nearly always do — to strike the right balance between scary and funny.
Over the fold you’ll find the video of the entire four-minute segment — starting off with a “package”, as they’re called, featuring Hacklabs director Chris Gatford, followed by the panel interviewing me.
It was the Friday team, so that panel consisted of presenter Gorgi Coglan, comedian Lehmo, the inimitable Waleed Aly and, just to be different, Richie Sambora, guitarist of Bon Jovi fame.
If the embedded video doesn’t work for you, you can view it on YouTube. You can also watch the video in better quality and in its original full-program context, starting around the 31-minute mark. Of course it’s Copyright © 2014 Network Ten Pty Ltd.
Oh, and I do like how The Project put my Twitter handle on screen too. Very modern.
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