In an earlier message, I wrote
I would never use online banking, and I advise all my friends and
colleagues (particularly those who _aren't_ computer-security-geeks) to
Jason Axley asked
Why do you not use OLB?
Basically, so far as I know the fine print in online bank service
[See the details at EFF:
including the three court orders, and EFF's argument to the first court.
The real story is that for years prosecutors have been asking
magistrates to issue court orders to track cellphones in real time
(Hopefully this is sent as ascii, as I had previously set my gmail to
send in utf-8 encoding, as I often send email in french as well as
On 12/11/05, James A. Donald [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
It is not my position that inability to sign means that
the chairman of the board is
On Mon, 12 Dec 2005, Paul Hoffman wrote:
Or should we just stick to wikipedia? Is it doing a satisfactory job?
Also check out the Cryptography Reader:
Matt Crypto set up an article (to clean up) of the day replete with a bar
On Mon, 12 Dec 2005, Travis H. wrote:
One thing I haven't seen from a PRNG or HWRNG library or device is an
unpredictable sequence which does not repeat; in other words, a
[cryptographically strong?] permutation. This could be useful in all
Rich Schroeppel tells me his Hasty Pudding cipher
Travis H wrote:
Would a wiki specifically for crypto distribute the burden enough to
be useful? Or should we just stick to wikipedia? Is it doing a
The English Wikipedia's crypto coverage is a mixed bag. Out of the 800+
articles, there's a handful of fairly-good entries
On Dec 12, 2005, at 18:14, R. A. Hettinga wrote:
But would it work in a place like the United
States, where 24 percent of transactions are made on credit?
Some Americans, analysts note, are already using a version of e-
bypass toll lanes on highways.
Don't take that as a sign
On Mon, 12 Dec 2005, R. A. Hettinga wrote:
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These attacks come from someone with intense discipline. No other
organization could do this if they were not a military organization,
Paller said in a conference call to announced a new cybersecurity education
On Mon, Dec 05, 2005 at 07:29:11PM +0100, Florian Weimer wrote:
For those of you who haven't rolled out a national ID scheme in time,
there's still the general identity theft problem, but this affects you
even if you don't use online banking.
Hmm. What's the evidence that national ID schemes
Peter Clay wrote:
Hmm. What's the evidence that national ID schemes reduce credit fraud
(what people normally mean when they say ID theft)? How does it vary
with the different types of scheme?
I've been opposing the UK scheme recently on the grounds of unreliable
biometrics and the bad idea
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