Over at OpenMedia, I've written a rundown on the Meltdown/Spectre CPU vulnerability: what it is, and what you can do to protect yourself from it.Read More
I’ve accomplished a lot in the two years since I re-launched this blog. Today however, reading the news, and reflecting on those past two years, it also sometimes feels like I haven’t done a single goddamned thing.
Welcome to the end of infosec. In the words of a fictional IT pro: Hold onto your butts.
I wrote a parody news piece about Theresa May, outlawing encryption, and the ridiculous end-results of such thinking. Enjoy!Read More
Over at OpenMedia.org, I provide some quick commentary on why customs agents demanding people's passwords isn't just a gross violation of privacy, it also undermines IT security culture, putting users at further risk.Read More
On Monday, Province journalist Mike Smyth reported that a seemingly private document was freely available on the BC Liberals' public website; a document containing the e-mail addresses and postal codes of about 100 people who took part in a Liberal public-outreach effort.Read More