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Friday Squid Blogging: Self-Repairing Fabrics Based on Squid Teeth

Really: As shown in the video below, researchers at Pennsylvania State University recently developed a polyelectrolyte liquid solution made of bacteria and yeast that automatically mends clothes. 44 more words

Bruce Schneier

Friday Squid Blogging: Self-Repairing Fabrics Based on Squid Teeth

Really: As shown in the video below, researchers at Pennsylvania State University recently developed a polyelectrolyte liquid solution made of bacteria and yeast that automatically mends clothes. 44 more words

Bruce Schneier

Friday Squid Blogging: Self-Repairing Fabrics Based on Squid Teeth

Really:

As shown in the video below, researchers at Pennsylvania State University recently developed a polyelectrolyte liquid solution made of bacteria and yeast that automatically mends clothes.

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Bruce Schneier

Collision Attacks Against 64-Bit Block Ciphers

We’ve long known that 64 bits is too small for a block cipher these days. That’s why new block ciphers like AES have 128-bit, or larger, block sizes. 63 more words

Bruce Schneier

The NSA Is Hoarding Vulnerabilities

The National Security Agency is lying to us. We know that because of data stolen from an NSA server was dumped on the Internet. The agency is hoarding information about security vulnerabilities in the products you use, because it wants to use it to hack others’ computers. 1,552 more words

Bruce Schneier

Confusing Security Risks with Moral Judgments

Interesting research that shows we exaggerate the risks of something when we find it morally objectionable.

From an article about and interview with the researchers: 371 more words

Bruce Schneier

Interesting Internet-Based Investigative Techniques

In this article, detailing the Australian and then worldwide investigation of a particularly heinous child-abuse ring, there are a lot of details of the pedophile security practices and the police investigative techniques. 80 more words

Bruce Schneier