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Princeton Cold Boot Memory Attack

Ok, I know, I know. I owe you guys a proper update after being “absent” from blogging for quite some time. So, here is my take on the recently released Princeton Memory Vulnerability that seems to be gathering so much attention with the press and creating a sort of panic in the encryption community. — … Continue reading

BG’s take on Apple

Recently, Bill Gates was interviewed by Newsweek where he gave his take on Apple. If you’re interested, [Vista development chief] Jim Allchin will be glad to educate you feature by feature what the truth is. I mean, it’s fascinating, maybe we shouldn’t have showed so publicly the stuff we were doing, because we knew how … Continue reading

PDF Vulnerability: “Critical” Severity Rating

From news.com: Initially, security professionals thought that the problem was restricted and exposed only Web-related data or could support phishing scams. Now it has been discovered that miscreants could exploit the problem to access all information on a victim’s hard disk drive, said Web security specialists at WhiteHat Security and SPI Dynamics. Key to increased … Continue reading

Mac OS X Tiger –> I wish

So here is my desktop theme. No, this is not a Mac OS X since I still haven’t made the “big switch”… It’s Windows XP. I finally had the time to customize it to look like a Mac OS X. I really hope I do get a real Mac soon… <Sigh> I’d love to have … Continue reading

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