If you’re seeing this in your feed, have you also seen a bad Star Wars joke? Because I’ve got one on the new blog. Please add https://shostack.org/feed.xml, or replace the feed you’re reading with it. (This is the adam.shostack.org version of this post; the new post is just at shostack.org)
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I’m in the process of replacing this site, threatmodelingbook.com, and the associates.shostack.org site with a new, unified https://shostack.org. I’ll be saying more about the redesign, but as part of it, I’m migrating the blog over there. There are a few new posts there that I forgot to mirror here, including: Threat Modeling Through the JoHari…
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Over the years, a number of people set up Feedburner accounts to proxy RSS from our blogs into their system. I generally have no issue with people reading how they choose, but I cannot provide support or management. Google is end of lifing the old Feedburner, and for those of you reading via Feedburner RSS, I humbly ask that you update to https://adam.shostack.org/blog/feed/ or https://adam.shostack.org/blog/comments/feed/ (with comments).
I’ve updated the blog theme. Please let me know if I broke anything. ∞
CyberDB was kind enough to include us in their “Best Cyber Security News Blogs 2018. There’s some standbys and some I wasn’t familiar with on the list. Thank you for including us! ∞
The node package manager (npm) is having a bad few months. Let’s look at what we can do, what other package managers should do and what we can learn at a policy level, particularly in the U.S. framing of “critical infrastructure.” People in security who remain focused on the IT side of the house, rather…
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Voting for the 2016 Security Blogger Awards are now open, and this blog is nominated for most entertaining. Please don’t vote for us. Along with our sister blog, we’re aiming to dominate a new category next year, “most nominations without a win.”
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Hossein Derakhshan was recently released from jail in Iran. He’s written a long and thoughtful article “The Web We Have to Save.” It’s worth reading in full, but here’s an excerpt: Some of it is visual. Yes, it is true that all my posts on Twitter and Facebook look something similar to a personal blog:…
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Emergent Chaos has migrated. It’s a long story, and perhaps better left untold. Please let us know if you see issues with the new site.
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Well, the world is full of chaos, some good and some bad, and today’s bad for those of you reading via Google Reader is that it’s going the way of Altavista (can you believe it was still around?) So as you migrate away, please consider including Emergent Chaos in your migration–we’ll have new content here…
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