Unless you're protecting something you'd be willing to die for, the world's strongest encryption is only skin-deep. 1
- LinkedIn Spam: “black girl” Birthday on OS X Calendar — When I looked at my calendar yesterday, I noticed that it had a birthday listed for someone called "black girl": I never added anyone to my OS X Contacts.app with the name "black girl", so I was puzzled as to where that was coming from and how it got on the calendar.
- An Equal Right to Human Progress — In light of the NSA surveillance news, let's not forget what the Internet represents for humanity: an equal right to human progress for all.
- Cleaning eval(base64_decode()) from a Hacked WordPress Website via SSH — I received an email from a friend yesterday informing me that his WordPress site was loading with a blank white page.
- Priorities and Security — Days: 3,519.
- Alert to All Mac OS X Users: Protect Yourself from CVE-2008-5353! — Update: TidBITS writes that Apple has released a patched version of Java that fixes this issue.