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Kinky VR, FatPipe, Win11, Glitch, Perswaysion, & Satoshi Nakamoto - Wrap Up - SWN #168

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This Week Dr. Doug talks: Satoshi Nakamoto, Weird Sex Objects, teaching hackers, Fatpipe, Banks, Win 11, Glitch, and Perswaysion [sic], and Show Wrap-Ups, on the Security Weekly News!

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