[John here. Let's try some speculation about what this phrase, fabricating digital keys, might mean.] My own, personal guess is that it is obfuscation which translates as using passwords or accessing a portal over SSL plus we're too embarrassed to admit that it was that easy. --
Original post with nicer pics: http://www.reddit.com/r/reddit.com/comments/dmh5s/does_this_mean_the_fbi_is_after_us/ Semi-relevant government pricelist: http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=st820ec+site:.gov -a -- alec.muff...@gmail.com
I found the following Adium-based solution for layering OTR atop Skype IM: http://www.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/Full-Disclosure/2008-06/msg00224.html ...and was wondering whether anyone has generalised this by creating some open-source, standalone, simple application which talks to the
In Disk Utility - New Image, select size, properties and encryption type (AES 128 or 256) and Create. Then mount and use your encrypted disks as needed. Just as an aside: on 10.5 and upwards I have taken to using encrypted sparse bundles rather than simple images; the advantage of doing
Perry: plasma physics is wildly OT but I believe the relevance will be obvious to those who remember the crypto wars, especially when they hit the fifth paragraph: It’s a difficult subject: many people I interviewed felt Roth showed blatant disregard for the law — he was warned his work
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Disclaimer: Yes, I am referenced, but I've been blarting about this for nearly two years now, and nobody's paid the slighest notice before; the matter of making website security both a) easy and b) better can now only become *more* urgent.