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tech & laziness combine – we living the best life!! well this is cool. go me!! ::s::

Cool what you can read about…

09SundayMAR 2014 Wouldn’t you agree? Say about the various incarnations of the U2 platform. ::scott::

“So, what do you want to protect?”

15SaturdayFEB 2014 a very good question, asked by the fine folks over at Spideroak. From their blog post – “VPN, privacy and anonymity” – you can see that many challenges exist on the path to a safe & secure digital… Continue Reading →

New Normal – good idea

26TuesdayNOV 2013 In prep for tonight’s class I read about Twitter’s implementation of “Perfect Forward Secrecy” – really liked how it was nicely readable, decent explanations of the technology behind what they were trying to do, included a note of… Continue Reading →

Others watch what you watch

19TuesdayNOV 2013 From this article I’m taking two things away – 1. Marketing is the devil’s work 2. Smart people with good tools can make a difference Upon noticing adverts on his smart TVs home page, a fine UK gent… Continue Reading →

It’s just basic input/output, right?

05TuesdayNOV 2013 Just a bit scarier, though – From ArsTechnica … Like a super strain of bacteria, the rootkit plaguing Dragos Ruiu is omnipotent I’m glad to see a decent review of the situation – some of the ‘news’ headlines… Continue Reading →

“Authorize your parking, please…”

11FridayOCT 2013 So, this seems legit – “Subject: Annual Form – Authorization to Use Privately Owned Vehicle on State Business” Too bad it turned out to be a come-on that ended up with precious files encrypted and the key to… Continue Reading →

Security shortcuts – they do not exist

17SaturdayAUG 2013 There are security needs – please don’t go snooping in my bank account, or note the websites I’ve perused. Then there are security needs – please don’t kill the people who are trying to help the downtrodden masses…. Continue Reading →

Watching the Watchers, via their press releases

12MondayAUG 2013 traffic_analysis It’s nice to see a good application of concepts to an example that keeps your attention. Sherri Davidoff has a nice post over at LMG Security blog on her look into a press release from RSA. In… Continue Reading →

Leave it to the kids to figure it out

23ThursdayMAY 2013 So I read this the other day: Over the last few years, I’ve watched as teens have given up on controlling access to content. It’s too hard, too frustrating, and technology simply can’t fix the power issues. Instead,… Continue Reading →

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