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Bengals, Raiders, and The Curse to be Broken | With Jeremy Rauch

In The Jungle: A Podcast Mostly About the Cincinnati Bengals

FOX19's Jeremy Rauch is In The Jungle this week as the Bengals look to break their 31-year drought of not winning a playoff game. There's a lot going on in this podcast, so if you're interested in the game, give it a listen.

53mins

13 Jan 2022

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Come Out Swingin‘ | With Jeremy Rauch

In The Jungle: A Podcast Mostly About the Cincinnati Bengals

FOX 19 Sportscaster and Licking County Legend Jeremy Rauch is In The Jungle to tell us why the Bengals first month is so important, his prediction for Week 1 vs. Minnesota, a breakout player on offense, his Bengals record AND Super Bowl predictions -- and much, much more! Follow him on Twitter @FOX19Jeremy.

45mins

8 Sep 2021

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Fox19 Cincinnati's Jeremy Rauch joins the Big Bad Morning Show - 08-11-21

The Big Bad Morning Show

8mins

12 Aug 2021

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Ep 073 | Jeremy Rauch | Learning from Coach Sampson, Toughness & Style of Play

United Basketball & Champions 101

Jeremy started out his coaching career as a Student Manager at Indiana University during the 2003-07 seasons.  He worked under Coach Mike Davis and Kelvin Sampson.  Rauch has worked with 10 coaches who were former or are current head coaches. Jeremy was the Head Coach at Southridge High School in Huntingburg, IN.  Coach Rauch led them to back to back conference champs in 2013-14. Currently, Jeremy is the Head Coach at Snider High School in Fort Wayne, IN.   Conference champs in 2017.  Voted both Journal Gazette and News Sentinel Coach of they Year 2017. Head coach of Indy Heat EYBL AAU team, 2018.This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball. Mention "United Basketball & Leadership Podcast" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models.  Connect with Dr. Dish on Twitter or Instagram @drdishbball We are excited to have Inner Pro Sports as a partner on the podc The Hoosier Gym Coaches Clinic | August 27 - 28 | Knightstown, IN Speakers:  Mark Cascio | Rob Jones | Tyler Coston | Jamy Bechler | Phil Bechner | Joe Stasyszyn | Travis Daugherty   Take advantage of Early Bird Discounts - Register at https://www.unitedbasketballclinics.com/hoosier

36mins

9 Jul 2021

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Episode 23: Joe Danneman & Jeremy Rauch

The Stevie Fro Podcast

Episode 23 features the FOX19 NOW sports team, who come on to talk about the return of sports, their limitations while covering the Reds and the Bengals, their experiences at Reds games,  as well as the expectations and excitement to soon be covering high school sports.  Jeremy and Joe are the best at what they do and cover the game in a manner that is unmatched in our local sports market.  This episode shows their true personalities and what has made them the go-to spot for sports information.

1hr 30mins

1 Aug 2020

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IndyStar's Preps Podcast with Kyle Neddenriep with guests Sincere McMahon, Connor Hickman and Jeremy Rauch

IndyStar Preps Podcast Podcast

This week's guest include Crispus Attucks' Sincere McMahon, Bloomington South's Connor Hickman and Ft. Wayne Snider coach Jeremy Rauch.

41mins

5 May 2020

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Jeremy Rauch: PDB: The Protocol DeBugger

Black Hat Briefings, Las Vegas 2006 [Audio] Presentations from the security conference

"It's late. You've been assigned the unenviable task of evaluating the security of this obtuse application suite. 2006! Why doesn't everything just use SSL as its transport? No time for excuses. Deadlines loom, and you need to figure this out. And when you do figure it out, write your own fuzzer client. This sucks. (pdb) module add MyAction pdb-ruby.so cifs-ruby.rb (pdb) rule add MyRule dst port 445 (pdb) rule action MyRule MyAction (pdb) rule list MyRule: dst port 445 Action 0: debugger Action 1: MyAction (pdb) go ... (pdb) print 00000000: 45 10 00 3c 70 86 40 00 E...p... 00000008: 40 06 00 00 c0 a8 02 06 ........ 00000010: c0 a8 02 56 d8 a0 01 bd ...V.... 00000018: 1e 76 1b 71 00 00 00 00 .v.q.... 00000020: a0 02 ff ff 14 1b 00 00 ........ 00000028: 02 04 05 b4 01 03 03 00 ........ 00000030: 01 01 08 0a 20 4a 7c b1 .....J.. 00000038: 00 00 00 00 .... (pdb) x/b 0x8 40 (pdb) e/b 0x8 0x20 (pdb) print 00000000: 45 10 00 3c 70 86 40 00 E...p... 00000008: 20 06 00 00 c0 a8 02 06 ........ 00000010: c0 a8 02 56 d8 a0 01 bd ...V.... 00000018: 1e 76 1b 71 00 00 00 00 .v.q.... 00000020: a0 02 ff ff 14 1b 00 00 ........ 00000028: 02 04 05 b4 01 03 03 00 ........ 00000030: 01 01 08 0a 20 4a 7c b1 .....J.. 00000038: 00 00 00 00 .... (pdb) continue cifs-ruby.rb performing packet alteration... ... But wait, whats this? A tool chain geared around dissecting protocols like a code debugger slices through code? A protocol generation and manipulation framework with a clean, consistent interface, thats scripted instead of compiled? And a fuzzing framework to go along with it? You're saved! Or at least, maybe you'll get to sleep before the sun comes up. PDB is a Protocol DeBugger. GDB meets a transparent proxy. Conditionally break based on BPF filters. Modify protocol contents on the fly. Build custom actions that let you manipulate how you speak on the network. Or manually edit protocol fields and send the packets along. Racket is a protocol generation and manipulation library, in Ruby. Why Ruby? Why not. Use it as a way of writing PDB actions, or on its own. We're flexible that way. Ramble is a Ruby based fuzzing framework. Set it going, and it just goes on and on and on. We know people like that-but unlike them, Ramble is helpful. Automates the protocol testing you're going to have to do to get full coverage. Do the hard stuff by hand. Use Ramble to do the repetitive stuff."

1hr 5mins

4 Jun 2006

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Jeremy Rauch: PDB: The Protocol DeBugger

Black Hat Briefings, Las Vegas 2006 [Video] Presentations from the security conference

It's late. You've been assigned the unenviable task of evaluating the security of this obtuse application suite. 2006! Why doesn't everything just use SSL as its transport? No time for excuses. Deadlines loom, and you need to figure this out. And when you do figure it out, write your own fuzzer client. This sucks. (pdb) module add MyAction pdb-ruby.so cifs-ruby.rb (pdb) rule add MyRule dst port 445 (pdb) rule action MyRule MyAction (pdb) rule list MyRule: dst port 445 Action 0: debugger Action 1: MyAction (pdb) go ... (pdb) print 00000000: 45 10 00 3c 70 86 40 00 E...p... 00000008: 40 06 00 00 c0 a8 02 06 ........ 00000010: c0 a8 02 56 d8 a0 01 bd ...V.... 00000018: 1e 76 1b 71 00 00 00 00 .v.q.... 00000020: a0 02 ff ff 14 1b 00 00 ........ 00000028: 02 04 05 b4 01 03 03 00 ........ 00000030: 01 01 08 0a 20 4a 7c b1 .....J.. 00000038: 00 00 00 00 .... (pdb) x/b 0x8 40 (pdb) e/b 0x8 0x20 (pdb) print 00000000: 45 10 00 3c 70 86 40 00 E...p... 00000008: 20 06 00 00 c0 a8 02 06 ........ 00000010: c0 a8 02 56 d8 a0 01 bd ...V.... 00000018: 1e 76 1b 71 00 00 00 00 .v.q.... 00000020: a0 02 ff ff 14 1b 00 00 ........ 00000028: 02 04 05 b4 01 03 03 00 ........ 00000030: 01 01 08 0a 20 4a 7c b1 .....J.. 00000038: 00 00 00 00 .... (pdb) continue cifs-ruby.rb performing packet alteration... ... But wait, whats this? A tool chain geared around dissecting protocols like a code debugger slices through code? A protocol generation and manipulation framework with a clean, consistent interface, thats scripted instead of compiled? And a fuzzing framework to go along with it? You're saved! Or at least, maybe you'll get to sleep before the sun comes up. PDB is a Protocol DeBugger. GDB meets a transparent proxy. Conditionally break based on BPF filters. Modify protocol contents on the fly. Build custom actions that let you manipulate how you speak on the network. Or manually edit protocol fields and send the packets along. Racket is a protocol generation and manipulation library, in Ruby. Why Ruby? Why not. Use it as a way of writing PDB actions, or on its own. We're flexible that way. Ramble is a Ruby based fuzzing framework. Set it going, and it just goes on and on and on. We know people like that-but unlike them, Ramble is helpful. Automates the protocol testing you're going to have to do to get full coverage. Do the hard stuff by hand. Use Ramble to do the repetitive stuff."

1hr 5mins

4 Jun 2006

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Dave G & Jeremy Rauch: Hacking Capitalism

Black Hat Briefings, USA 2007 [Audio] Presentations from the security conference.

The financial industry isn't built on HTTP/HTTPS and web services like everything else. It has its own set of protocols, built off of some simple building blocks that it employs in order to make sure: that positions are tracked in real time, that any information that might affect a traders action is reliably received, and that trades happens in a fixed timeframe. Unlike the protocols that comprise the internet as a whole, these haven't been scrutinized to death for security flaws. They're written with performance in mind and security is often just an afterthought, if present at all. And there are dozens of them, with names you may have never heard of before... This talk will discuss the security implications of the protocols and technologies used by the financial industry to maintain the beating heart of capitalism. We'll take a look at some of the most popular protocols used by financials to execute billions (trillions!) of dollars worth of trades, discuss the flaws inherent in them, some of the implementation flaws in them, and discuss how hiding your money under your mattress might not be the worst idea. Jeremy Rauch For over 10 years Jeremy Rauch has been at the forefront of information security. An original member of the ISS X-Force and a co-founder of SecurityFocus, Jeremy is the discoverer of numerous security vulnerabilities in widely-deployed commercial products. Jeremy is also a former principal engineer for optical switching at Tellium.

20mins

9 Jan 2006

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Dave G & Jeremy Rauch: Hacking Capitalism

Black Hat Briefings, USA 2007 [Video] Presentations from the security conference.

The financial industry isn't built on HTTP/HTTPS and web services like everything else. It has its own set of protocols, built off of some simple building blocks that it employs in order to make sure: that positions are tracked in real time, that any information that might affect a traders action is reliably received, and that trades happens in a fixed timeframe. Unlike the protocols that comprise the internet as a whole, these haven't been scrutinized to death for security flaws. They're written with performance in mind and security is often just an afterthought, if present at all. And there are dozens of them, with names you may have never heard of before... This talk will discuss the security implications of the protocols and technologies used by the financial industry to maintain the beating heart of capitalism. We'll take a look at some of the most popular protocols used by financials to execute billions (trillions!) of dollars worth of trades, discuss the flaws inherent in them, some of the implementation flaws in them, and discuss how hiding your money under your mattress might not be the worst idea. Jeremy Rauch For over 10 years Jeremy Rauch has been at the forefront of information security. An original member of the ISS X-Force and a co-founder of SecurityFocus, Jeremy is the discoverer of numerous security vulnerabilities in widely-deployed commercial products. Jeremy is also a former principal engineer for optical switching at Tellium.

20mins

9 Jan 2006