050 - Four Years In

Jen and Alvaro chat about the last four years.


In our 50th episode, Jen and Alvaro chat about the podcast and a bunch of other random things.

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049 - Reversing Your Childhood One Game At a Time

An interview with James Chambers


This episode Jen is hosting alone so she opted to focus on getting answers to all her Animal Crossing hacking questions by bringing in security researcher and reverse engineer, James Chambers. James discusses various projects including ones that aren’t video game based.

James did a kick ass job of sharing pretty much every single link below to get you going on hacking keyboards and Nintendo so you don’t have to waste time web searching. Plus some of them include past guests so check them out.

Logitech keyboards:

Amiibo hacking stuff:

Animal crossing letter system thread that changed how Jen wrote letters in ACNH.

Console tools:

Console hacking stuff:

Jen is currently crushing on PCBite probes.

048 - A Bad Case of Kubernitis

An Interview with Mark Manning (about containers!)


Mark Manning joined us to talk about containers!

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047 - The Sun, The Moon, The Stars

Catch up episode with Jen and Alvaro


Jen and Alvaro chat about what they’ve been up to and a few interesting RE related reads.

Alvaro was a guest in the embedded.fm podcast recently.

Jen’s spray paint/stencil project

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046 - Never Reveal the Prestige

Cam Hackett and Lucien Brule of Ramagine


Cam Hackett and Lucien Brulé from Ramagine.com joined us to talk about their process of talking to  a lot of security researchers and reverse engineers to develop a NSF report (why yes we are trying to find/get our hands on it) and how they used what they found to create their RE sharing tool. We tackle the world of RE from a different perspective which includes the importance of  business development and what is market research.

One of the largest takeaways they found was a 3.5 Million job gap  where RE skills are needed that is relatively hidden.

Xkcd standards

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