New Podcast: No Strings Attached Show

New Podcast: No Strings Attached Show

By CWNP On 01/11/2012 - 14 Comments

Come one, come all. There’s a new bi-weekly WLAN podcast/website called the No Strings Attached Show. The website just launched and the first podcast was posted last week. Consider the show a distributed effort with contributions from these fine individuals.

Sam Clements (@Samuel_Clements)
Jennifer Huber (@JenniferLucille)
Blake Krone (@BlakeKrone)
Chris Lyttle (@WiFiKiwi)
George Stefanick (@WirelesssGuru)
Andrew VonNagy (@RevolutionWiFi)

The show will be a grab-bag of all things wireless, and I may even make a guest appearance some day. The first podcast covered site surveying and all things RF and the second was a breakdown of the recent WPS brute-force attacks. Good start!
This is the shortest blog I’ve ever written. It feels good.

Tagged with: WLAN, No Strings Attached Show, NSA Show, podcast

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