Open as in OpenSSL?

Posted on Thu, 10 Apr 2014 in Security • Tagged with SSL, TLS, Heartbleed, Cryptography, NSA, 1Password

Heartbleed

As the dust settles around the Internet1, and all the sysadmins around the world is finishing the huge amount of work involved in cleaning up after the Heardbleed bug, we as users of the Internet now have an equally large work load2 ahead of us.

I'm not going …


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Please update your PGP keys

Posted on Fri, 13 Sep 2013 in Security • Tagged with PGP, GnuPG, Cryptography, NSA

MacGPG

After Bruce Schneier reviewed the #nsa crypto documents for the guardian newspaper, he generated new #pgp keys with 4096 bit. You should too

You can find my new public key here.


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Remote execution exploit - Disable Java in your OS X Browser

Posted on Thu, 21 May 2009 in Security • Tagged with Apple, Exploit, Java, Sun, WTF

Java - Evil EditionOk, first I want you to stop reading and go into your browsers preferences and disable Java. Seriously stop reading right now and disable Java now!

Please disable Java in your browser now!

There, now we can continue - Six months ago a really nasty exploit was discovered in Java. This …


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