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

2004-07-12 Thread Eugen Leitl
On Sun, Jul 11, 2004 at 10:39:18AM +0200, Amir Herzberg wrote: So I think this observation about EZ Pass is probably true, but for some time ago; with current technology, reading license plates is possible (which, I guess, has some alarming privacy implications...). While Toll Collect (the

Re: Fundraising for OpenSSL development

2004-07-12 Thread Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker
[ This is a reminder, prompted by the fact that two individuals dug into their wallets and made a small contribution each. I've also heard from a few people who are talking with their management, so far without too much else happening. Through this, I want to make it clear that small

RE: Question on the state of the security industry

2004-07-12 Thread Michael_Heyman
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ian Grigg Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 6:49 AM Here's my question - is anyone in the security field of any sort of repute being asked about phishing, consulted about solutions, contracted to build? Anything? McAfee

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

2004-07-12 Thread Jerrold Leichter
| another purpose -- preserving the privacy of drivers by using more | complicated protocols. However, as the benefit of such systems is to | people who are unlikely to have much voice in the construction of the | system, and who are also unlikely to be willing to pay more money to | gain

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

2004-07-12 Thread Jerrold Leichter
| ...unless people are willing to go very hi-tech in their toll evasion | maneuvers, implementing, say, thin see-through LCD screens placed over their | license plates that turn opaque at a push of a button A local TV station here in the NY area did a show about a lower-tech version of the

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

2004-07-12 Thread Roy M. Silvernail
Jerrold Leichter wrote: How long before license plates have transponders built into them? After all, it's long-established law that you can be required to place an identifier on your car when it's on the public roads - why's there a difference between one that responds at optical frequencies and

Jabber does Simple Crypto - Yoo Hoo!

2004-07-12 Thread Ian Grigg
(( Financial Cryptography Update: Jabber does Simple Crypto - Yoo Hoo! )) July 12, 2004