2008

So the New York Times is breathless that “Obama Hauls in Record $750 Million for Campaign.” A lot of people are astounded at the scale of the money, and I am too. In a long, hard campaign, he raised roughly $2.50 per American, and spent slightly less than that. Unusually, he ended his campaign not…

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At Metamodern.com. Way cool. I look forward to what he has to say. Unfortunately, one of his early posts falls into the trap of believing that “Computation and Mathematical Proof” will dramatically improve computer security: Because proof methods can be applied to digital systems, and in particular, will be able to verify the correctness (with…

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The Data Loss Database, run by the Open Security Foundation, now has a significant new feature: the inclusion of scanned primary source documents. This means that in addition to being able to determine “the numbers” on an incident, one can also see the exact notification letter used, the reporting form submitted to state government, cover…

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The employer has been posting them at a prodigious rate. There’s: “Threat Modeling at EMC and Microsoft,” Danny Dhillon of EMC and myself at BlueHat. Part of the BlueHat SDL Sessions. Also on threat modeling, Michael Howard and I discuss the new SDL Threat Modeling Tool Michael Howard and I also discussed the new SDL…

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I flew Virgin Atlantic for the first time recently, for a day trip to San Francisco. I enjoyed it. I can’t remember the last time I actually enjoyed getting on a plane. The first really standout bit was when the Seattle ground folks put on music and a name that song contest. They handed out…

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