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Crypto-Gram, October 2014 (in EPUB and MOBI format)

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Crypto-Gram is a famous free monthly newsletter written by the security expert Bruce Schneier. The original is available at Bruce Schneier’s website; this is the same content in MOBI and EPUB format, suitable for e-book readers. 21 more words

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What exactly is a hacker?

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Not to be confused, hacker is a person who wants to share his knowledge about computers with others. Hacker is every person who thinks in an unconventional way. 313 more words

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Project Tor keeping you "Anonymous" ? Ha, good one.

A main feature of this blog is going to be discussing the different methods of attempting to stay anonymous, to the furthest possible extent, online and the effectiveness of these methods. 321 more words

Anonymity

More Recommendations To Create Better Passwords

In the continuous quest to find a method to easily remember passwords and make it difficult for dictionary attacks, we have run into some very sane and practical advice from one of our heroes in the security industry Bruce Schneier. 341 more words

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Boom-era WIRED magazines, part 2

My anthropological thoughts are centered around medical anthro this week (inspired by thought-provoking pieces like Race and the immuno-logics of Ebola response in West Africa… 468 more words

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Crypto-Gram, September 2014 (in EPUB and MOBI format)

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Crypto-Gram is a famous free monthly newsletter written by the security expert Bruce Schneier. The original is available at Bruce Schneier’s website; this is the same content in MOBI and EPUB format, suitable for e-book readers. 21 more words

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On Password Security and Cracking

Six months ago Bruce Schneier posted an article on “Choosing Secure Passwords”. Some of the key points are (mostly copied verbatim from mentioned post): 264 more words

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