Reply All Gets Hacked

A curated episode list by Emily Boda
Creation Date December 12th, 2018
Updated Date Updated July 3rd, 2019
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#91 The Russian Passenger
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Somewhere in Russia, a man calls for a car. Somewhere in New York City, a stranger's phone buzzes.Email us at replyall@gimletmedia.com and use the subject "theory" if you think you can provide us additional information.Further readinghaveibeenpwned.comA good article on how and why you should use password managers, and the best password managers out there.Further listeningSimplicity by Macroform
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Gimlet CEO's Uber account reports trips in Russia that he has never taken. It seems he was hacked, but how?
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#97 What Kind Of Idiot Gets Phished?
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This week, Phia wonders what kind of person falls for phishing attacks. Is it only insanely gullible luddites, or can smart, tech savvy people get phished, too? To find out, she conducts an experiment on her poor, unsuspecting coworkers.Follow Daniel Boteanu on twitter 
#111 Return of the Russian Passenger
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After a secret breaks in the news, Reply All re-examines how Alex Blumberg's Uber account was hacked.This episode is a follow up to #91 The Russian Passenger and #93 Beware All.Further reading:The Best Password Managers
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Reply All figures out what probably happened in the previous episode
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#130 The Snapchat Thief
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This week, a new Super Tech Support: after Lizzie's Snapchat gets hacked, things start getting really creepy. Alex investigates.Michael Bazzell's PodcastThe complete Security and Privacy PodcastSteps Michael Bazzell Gave Alex to Protect HimselfHow to port your phone numberPassword ManagerGoogle AuthenticatorYubikeyMichael's workbook to freeze your credit and remove yourself from public records websitesSudoStories about Sim Swapping and OGUsers by Vice/MotherboardBy Lorenzo Francheschi-BicchieraiThe SIM HijackersHow to Protect Yourself From SIM Swapping Hacks‘TELL YOUR DAD TO GIVE US BITCOIN:’ How a Hacker Allegedly Stole Millions by Hijacking Phone NumbersHow Criminals Recruit Telecom Employees to Help Them Hijack SIM CardsAlleged 19-Year-Old SIM Swapper Used Stolen Bitcoin to Buy Luxury CarsCops Arrest Infamous SIM Swapper Who Allegedly Stole $14 Million in CryptocurrencyBy Joseph Cox'I Could Ruin Your Business Right Now': Listen to a SIM-Jacking, Account-Stealing RansomThe Organization that Lizzie Donated ToByte Back
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Get ready to be scared. Even those of us using 2-factor authentication can be hacked... pretty easily.
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