Re: AOL Help : About AOL® PassCode

2005-01-05 Thread Adam Shostack
On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 08:44:11PM +, Ian G wrote: | R.A. Hettinga wrote: | | http://help.channels.aol.com/article.adp?catId=6sCId=415sSCId=4090articleId=217623 | Have questions? Search AOL Help articles and tutorials: | . | If you no longer want to use AOL PassCode, you must release

Re: Where to get a Jefferson Wheel ?

2005-01-05 Thread Adam Shostack
I got mine in Secret Codes by Jackson. It's a cheap plastic model in a kids book. I didn't try to assemble the morse code thing, so can't comment on its quality. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0762413514/ Adam On Sun, Jan 02, 2005 at 12:59:14PM +0100, Hadmut Danisch wrote: |

Re: AOL Help : About AOL® PassCode

2005-01-05 Thread Florian Weimer
* Ian G.: R.A. Hettinga wrote: http://help.channels.aol.com/article.adp?catId=6sCId=415sSCId=4090articleId=217623 Have questions? Search AOL Help articles and tutorials: . If you no longer want to use AOL PassCode, you must release your screen name from your AOL PassCode so that you will no

New computerized passport raises safety concerns

2005-01-05 Thread R.A. Hettinga
http://www.sanluisobispo.com/mld/sanluisobispo/business/technology/10556269.htm?template=contentModules/printstory.jsp Posted on Mon, Jan. 03, 2005 New computerized passport raises safety concerns By Kristi Heim Seattle Times When traveling abroad these days, most Americans probably wouldn't

RE: Banks Test ID Device for Online Security

2005-01-05 Thread Bill Stewart
R.A. Hettinga wrote: Okay. So AOL and Banks are *selling* RSA keys??? Could someone explain this to me? At 12:24 PM 1/4/2005, Trei, Peter wrote: The slashdot article title is really, really misleading. In both cases, this is SecurID. Yup. It's the little keychain frob that gives you a string

Re: Conspiracy Theory O' The Day

2005-01-05 Thread Chris Kuethe
On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 15:41:12 -0500, John Denker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Udhay Shankar N wrote: I just got a batch of spam: perfectly justified blocks of random-looking characters. Makes me wonder if somebody is trying to train Bayesian filters to reject PGP messages. Or someone is trying

Re: The Pointlessness of the MD5 attacks

2005-01-05 Thread Ben Laurie
C. Scott Ananian wrote: On Wed, 22 Dec 2004, Ben Laurie wrote: Blimey. Finally. An attack I can actually believe in. Excellent.

Re: Banks Test ID Device for Online Security

2005-01-05 Thread Janusz A. Urbanowicz
On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 03:24:56PM -0500, Trei, Peter wrote: R.A. Hettinga wrote: Okay. So AOL and Banks are *selling* RSA keys??? Could someone explain this to me? No. Really. I'm serious... Cheers, RAH The slashdot article title is really, really misleading. In

RE: Cryptography Research wants piracy speed bump on HD DVDs

2005-01-05 Thread Marcel Popescu
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:owner- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Adam Back Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 2004 11:48 PM I would think the simplest canonical counter-attack would be to make a p2p app that compares diffs in the binary output (efficiently rsync style) accumulates enough

Re: Banks Test ID Device for Online Security

2005-01-05 Thread Mads Rasmussen
Bill Stewart wrote: That's still a serious risk for a bank, since the scammer can use it to log in to the web site and then do a bunch of transactions quickly; it's less vulnerable if the bank insists on a new SecurID hit for every dangerous transaction, but that's too annoying for most customers.

RE: Where to get a Jefferson Wheel ?

2005-01-05 Thread Dean, James
The order of the wheels can't be changed. So this encryption device doesn't use any key? Only the most trivial; you choose the row to transmit. - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography

Re: Where to get a Jefferson Wheel ?

2005-01-05 Thread Hadmut Danisch
Dean, James wrote: The order of the wheels can't be changed. So this encryption device doesn't use any key? Only the most trivial; you choose the row to transmit. From what I've seen on the web not even that: Unlike the original Jefferson wheel these toys are not intended to choose any row,