Re: Free WiFi man-in-the-middle scam seen in the wild.

2007-01-23 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
with misleading names. While I see a bunch of these around (not necessarily in airports, either... several show up from my cube at work), it doesn't take much to put up a perfectly normal-looking access point. See http://www.ethicalhacker.net/content/view/66/24/ for examples. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL

Re: [Cryptocollectors] STU III 2500

2007-01-14 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
the bidder list. It's probably a general policy, but interesting that the first one I saw was for crypto gear. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT CRM114-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: UK Government to force disclosure of encryption keys.

2006-05-19 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
Interesting. That's the second reference I've received just this morning to that page, which has gone 404. Anyone have a mirror? -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT CRM114-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant

Re: crypto wiki -- good idea, bad idea?

2005-12-12 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
of the contributed material. Then again, if it's a crypto wiki, I suppose we could expect some credentialing system to be incorporated. It could even be presented as a tutorial. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFT CRM114-procmail-/dev/null

Re: Another entry in the internet security hall of shame....

2005-08-24 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
. -=-=- hmm Also noted in Psi. Google's instructions for Psi say to leave Use SSL encryption and Allow Plaintext Login unchecked, but both need to be checked for me to successfully login. I'm guessing Google is counting on the SSL tunnel to protect the plaintext logins. -- Roy M

Re: Financial identity is *dangerous*? (was re: Fake companies, real money)

2004-10-28 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
an emulation-based migration path to all the apps that would be broken by Longhorn. MS has since backed off on the new filesystem proposal that would have been the biggest source of breakage (if rumors of a single-rooted, more *nix-like filesystem turned out to be true). -- Roy M. Silvernail

Re: EZ Pass and the fast lane ....

2004-07-12 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not It's just this little chromium switch, here. - TFS SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending

Re: High hopes for unscrambling the vote

2004-06-08 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
that the Diebold machines *already have a printer* built in. While it's probably not equipped to do Chaumian voter receipts, it could certainly do the old-fashioned human-readable type. That's a SMOP. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's! SpamAssassin

Re: Article on passwords in Wired News

2004-06-03 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
to sign up. Of course, the bubble burst and I never did get my free reader. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not Never Forget: It's Only 1's and 0's! SpamAssassin-procmail-/dev/null-bliss http://www.rant-central.com

Re: Simple SSL/TLS - Some Questions

2003-10-03 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
or let someone else do it. Yes! Speaking from experience, it's far easier to write a C++ wrapper for a C lib than the other way around. And as Ian said, it's probably easier to get the implementation correct in C, at least as a first pass. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're

Don't kill the messenger (was: Re: Reliance on Microsoft called risk to U.S. security)

2003-10-02 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Wednesday 01 October 2003 22:02, bear wrote: No, it is not. You can make a hyperdocument that is completely self-contained and therefore text, but that is not how HTML is normally made. HTML can cause your machine to do things other than display it, and to that extent it is code, not

Re: VeriSign tapped to secure Internet voting

2003-10-01 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Wednesday 01 October 2003 17:33, R. A. Hettinga forwarded: VeriSign tapped to secure Internet voting The solution we are building will enable absentee voters to exercise their right to vote, said George Schu, a vice president at VeriSign. The sanctity of the vote can't be compromised nor

Re: VeriSign tapped to secure Internet voting

2003-10-01 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
On Wednesday 01 October 2003 19:53, Ian Grigg wrote: Roy M. Silvernail wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 17:33, R. A. Hettinga forwarded: VeriSign tapped to secure Internet voting The solution we are building will enable absentee voters to exercise their right to vote, said George