Carpenter!

by nsadmin on June 26, 2018

The decision in Carpenter v. United States is an unusually positive one for privacy. The Supreme Court ruled that the government generally can’t access historical cell-site location records without a warrant. (SCOTUS Blog links to court documents. The court put (…)

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Threat Model Thursday: Architectural Review and Threat Modeling

by nsadmin on June 21, 2018

For Threat Model Thursday, I want to use current events here in Seattle as a prism through which we can look at technology architecture review. If you want to take this as an excuse to civilly discuss the political side (…)

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‘EFAIL’ Is Why We Can’t Have Golden Keys

by adam on June 11, 2018

I have a new essay at Dark Reading, “‘EFAIL’ Is Why We Can’t Have Golden Keys.” It starts: There’s a newly announced set of issues labeled the “EFAIL encryption flaw” that reduces the security of PGP and S/MIME emails. Some (…)

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So nice that you’ve stayed!

by adam on June 11, 2018

I was looking at the server logs here, and I discovered that a lot of readers are still showing up. Thank you! I’ve moved my blogging to https://adam.shostack.org/blog/. That’s where I post. However, since you’re still here, I’m going to (…)

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