Are hackers watching you as you sleep? I think it’s a crazy world of hype and here’s why.
In 2011, as a grad student, I forensically examined a TrueCrypt container to see if I could tell if it contained anything useful for an investigation. In doing so I learned a lot about implementing strong encryption.
NoScript started blocking superfish across pages I visited, including local HTML files and my own site. Some investigation found that IE View, a browser extension, was the culprit.
We are all familiar with recommendation systems. When at Amazon, there is a “Recommended for you” section with items that, based on your previous purchase and browsing experience, Amazon thinks you may be interested in. Netflix too recommends movies that, based upon your previous selections, thinks you may watch. YouTube makes recommendations as well and […]
If you’ve followed my Twitter feed lately you’ll notice that I am one of those up in arms about Facebook’s privacy changes. If you haven’t heard yet, what the heck have you been doing? It’s been on the local news for god’s-sake! I want to make one thing clear, it is not that I don’t […]