Changing Threats To Privacy. By Moxie Marlinspike @ Blackhat Europe 2010. Great talk about “Choices that aren’t choices”.
Let me tell you the story of an “unskilled” worker in America who lived better than most of today’s college graduates.
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Malware for a more civilized age…
Markt DOS Virus looks scary—and it is: it formats your entire C drive.
Still less frustrating than video game DRM.
This is new and looks cool.
Too bad it’s (still) only a newsletter. God I hate newsletters. But I still subscribed. Wish there was a way to have this kind of stuff delivered automatically to my Instapaper account. Sort of like a Kindle Periodical or a Readability list kind of thing
HTTP Response Decision Diagram. This is awesome. Via ЯegDwight on Stack Overflow.
This article gives a brief mathematical description of the NIST standard for cryptographically secure pseudo-random number generation by elliptic curves, the back door to the algorithm discovered by Ferguson and Shumow, and finally the design of the back door based on the Diffie-Hellman key exchange algorithm.
The American Dream - George Carlin
We’d like to introduce TogetherJS, a real-time collaboration tool out of Mozilla Labs. TogetherJS is a service you add to an existing website to add real-time collaboration features. Using the tool two or more visitors on a website or web application can see each other’s mouse/cursor position, clicks, track each other’s browsing, edit forms together, watch videos together, and chat via audio and WebRTC.
This looks awesome.
This is now(?) beyond ridiculous…
Creepy Kids in Creepy Vintage Ads (via wait but why: Creepy Kids in Creepy Vintage Ads)