Good to see @EFF dinging @OkCupid for its failure to use site-wide #SSL https://eff.org/r.4Sc & thx for linking http://ur1.ca/4vl0c #infosec
Augh! @TMobile actively disrupts secure network connections: http://is.gd/BKhGSz Like http://ur1.ca/7ehuf but worse. /by @mickeyc #infosec
So apparently @JungleDisk is now a @Rackspace property? That SUCKS. Seems I may go w/@Tarsnap in the end. OTOH, http://xkcd.com/538 #infosec
Happy to hear @Twitter open sourcing @WhisperSystems' #infosec, !privacy software after its acquisition: http://is.gd/3ZY0Mz Thx @Moxie. :)
Commenter says all your images on #FetLife are publicly viewable, no login required: http://is.gd/yvFxLs Confirmed by me just now. #infosec
#SSL/TLS "Sovereign Keys" are @EFF's answer to !Internet #infosec concerns https://eff.org/r.5GN http://ur1.ca/61rx2 SA http://is.gd/nTabCf
Removing the #DigiNotar certificate from my laptop: http://goo.gl/tJnik So should you. !MacOSX instructions: http://twurl.nl/oc1gnz #infosec
After 35 million IDs stolen in South Korea #infosec crisis, "real name" !Internet #law considered for repeal: http://ur1.ca/4wflk /via @Skud
Responses to my #FetLife post prove #infosec fails are techno-privilege issue: http://ur1.ca/4vyn2 Note how techies don't care, luddites do.
New blog post: Backdoor access to your #FetLife profile remained open permanently: http://is.gd/n2qu5a !privacy #infosec !BDSM !webdev #fail
#DNSSEC's chain of #trust architecture sounds scarily like #SSL's. Considering the problems SSL's been having, is that GOOD? #OSB11 #infosec
Why is it #Rails's sessions have been vulnerable to replay attacks since 2007 & no one cares? http://ur1.ca/4ftqv !Internet !webdev #infosec
FBI & US secret service use threat of prison to sow distrust in #hacker circles, create "an army of informers": http://ur1.ca/4cx5w #infosec
Did you take a photo incriminating law enforcement officials? You ought watch this: http://vimeo.com/23616883 #infosec #journalism !activism
Cloud in the security sky or should I see a psychologist? http://ur1.ca/3pixy !fuckthecloud !infosec !privacy
Detecting CA compromises and web browser collusion http://ur1.ca/3n15u !privacy !infosec !crypto
The RSA SecurID Problem http://ur1.ca/3mzyc !crypto !infosec !privacy
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