YOU ARE THE BEST ANTI-VIRUS Staying safe on your computer, phone and online isn’t about having the latest security tools or paying lots of money to other people to keep you safe. By far the most powerful defense is to change your own behavior. Explore this site to learn how to keep yourself and […]Read more "“YOU are the best anti-virus!”"
I am informally launching my weekly hands-on mobile security clinic today at Berkman, around 4:30pm, in the Fellows conference room at 23 Everett. While some might say a mobile phone is only secure once its been microwaved, smashed by a hammer, and buried in concrete, the truth is, most of us can’t escape the shiny, […]Read more "(Informal/open) Mobile Security Clinic today @ Berkman 4:30-5:30pm"
Below is the text of my successful application to the Berkman Center 2015 Fellows program, including the concept for my fairly ambitious project that I look forwarding to finding some allies and collaborators on during the year. *** In a recent leak from the Snowden files, one of the mobile security apps I have developed, […]Read more "Assessing the Impact of Five Years of Mobile Security Problem Solving (and Planning for Five More…)"
Make your own and learn how to read this here: https://github.com/n8fr8/qranime/ /** HOW TO READ **/ 1) Install the Android Barcode Scanner app https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.zxing.client.android&hl=en 2) Enable the “Bulk Mode” scanning under Menu->Settings 3) Activate and point the scanner at the animated code for awhile. 4) Press the Menu->History option to read the collected lines of textRead more "QRAnime aka Blipverts aka Snowcrash"
Have you ever wanted to post a photo to Facebook from your mobile phone, but weren’t sure if someone in that photo would mind their face going online? Did you take a great picture of your kid at the playground that you want to tweet out to the world, but caught some other kid in […]Read more "Redesigning the Camera Phone to Protect Privacy"