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Theorizing the Web Day 2: here comes every body + h8 + lockscreen + algorithms + technologies and pathologies

The second day of Theorizing the Web was as intense as the first, and many of the presentations discussed potentially-distressing issues, including anti-fat prejudice, online harassment and abuse, police violence against people of colour, suicide, and transmisogyny. 3,145 more words

Encrypt a text given by command line argument in java

class Crypto
public static void main(String str[])
int k=1,len=str.length;
int total,sum=0,r,c,no_r;
String s=””;
for(int i=0;i<str.length;i++) //combining the string in a single
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Practical IT: What you need to know about email encryption

It’s surprising how many people aren’t aware how insecure email is.

They are of course aware of spam for the annoyance it causes.

Many also have a horror story about sending an email to the wrong person (or when they didn’t check who was copied on an email when they hit “Reply All”), but they don’t consider how the same underlying issues could affect their privacy. 826 more words


Elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem in characteristic two

Several recent preprints have discussed summation polynomial attacks on the ECDLP in characteristic 2:

Emi reblogged this on Pathological Handwaving.

Cybrary offers free ethical hacking and web security online training

Cybrary says,

Cybrary was created to provide an environment where everyone can do both. Learning should be free and accessible to everyone, not just for those who can afford it.

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Ionic Security exits stealth, debuts crypto-at-scale data protection

In late 2010, Adam Ghetti—founder and CTO of the security startup Ionic Security that exited so-called “stealth mode” on Tuesday—started building a tool that would allow him to have more control over his information across services like Twitter, Facebook, and Dropbox. 767 more words


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