You will be able to find the show archives by searching on archive.org or prjorgensen.com [coming soon]. Worst case, Tim or Paul has a local copy of the show you want. Ping either on the Twitter or other social media and they may be able to help, time permitting.
On behalf of the whole team, Thank You, The Listener, for letting us sing and talk and do our thing for 99 episodes.
After ~99 episodes across 2.5 years, the PVC Security Podcast is going into maintenance mode. Look forward to the fond farewell post to my co-hosts.
You, The Listener & Dear Friend & Audience, energized us in the show. I know I speak on behalf of Ed, Tim, Chris, and Tracy when I say Thank You to all who subscribed, linked, tweeted, and otherwise participated in the PVC Security Podcast. Lurkers, we thank you as well.
I would be remiss if I did not thank the guests who joined us over the years. They brought so much to you, Dear Friends, in knowledge and experience and professionalism. We hope you enjoyed listening to them as such as we enjoyed talking with them.
Practically, nothing much changes other than the following:
pvcsec.com will go into read-only mode
existing PVCSec content will continue as is until demand drops below an as yet to set level
new stuff by Paul will come out on his prjorgensen.com masthead
If you already subscribe to PVCSec’s RSS feeds, you will get Paul’s stuff soon
If you are not subscribed to [[http://www.timothydeblock.com/eis/][Exploring Information Security — Timothy De Block]], you need subscribe now
ancilary PVCSec media channels, like ([[http://www.linkedin.com/pub/pvc-security-podcast/a9/18/275/][PVC Security Podcast | Professional Profile]]) and ([[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVDMQKhCw5Y4fwNXF8LFH1g][PVC Security – YouTube]]) and [[https://twitter.com/pvcsec][(PVC Security (@pvcsec) | Twitter)]], will go read-only as well
YouTube videos will go away soon
Head over to [[http://www.prjorgensen.com/][Paul R. Jorgensen – An Information Security & Network Engineering Professiona…]] for more information, links to other great security podcasts and other sources, and whatnot.
Thank You, all, for your support and participation and listening and everything.
There has been what we on the PVCSec team like to call “jankiness” (technical term) with the feed since November/December. For some the feed worked fine. For others, episodes would not magically appear. Sometimes even moving to a different podcatcher might introduce or solve the issue.
I (Paul) am playing with WordPress, Libsyn (our content distribution provider), and iTunes. I think I found and applied the fix.