There are many hacker podcasts on the internet, but a few stand out and are worth listening to. They are covering topics from hackers, malware, cyber crime, cyber security, espionage, botnets, internet privacy, and more from hackers as well as cyber experts.
If you’re interested in the other side of the internet then these podcasts are a must for you.
Darknet Diaries is an investigative podcast created by Jack Rhysider. Jack narrate and also interview real-life hackers and security personnel to tell true stories about hackers, malware, cybercrime, internet privacy, espionage, botnets, and cyber theft from the dark side of the internet.
It’s Jack’s way of storytelling, a bit of spookiness, and the really good music that makes it the most interesting listen even if you are not from the field of internet security.
Off The Hook, is a podcast from 2600: The Hacker Quarterly. The podcast discusses the hacker’s view on emerging technology, and the threats posed by an increasingly Orwellian society. They also cover the security flaws from the hacker’s perspective and the latest news from within the hacker community.
Hacker Public Radio is a podcast that releases shows every weekday Monday through Friday. The shows are produced by their community covering all the relevant topics hackers and hobbyists would be interested to hear about.
Host Matthew Gault talks every week to Motherboard reporters about the stories they’re breaking and to the industry’s most famous hackers and researchers about the biggest news in cybersecurity.
Real talk about cybersecurity. If you’re interested in the world of hackers and wasn’t to see the world from the hacker’s perspective then this is the podcast that you want to hoppin’ too.
Hosted by Mike Jones “h4unt3d”, a former hacktivist, red teamer, SIGINT operator, and intelligence analyst.
Every second week, Hacker Talk brings you exciting conversations between some of the world’s best hackers, cyber security professionals, and information security people.