Tags: security

E-voting and Direct Democracy

system, elections, reform, research, policy, legal
*(This post was [originally published][01] on [VoxPopuLII][02], a publication of the [Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School][03].)* [01]: http://blog.law.cornell.edu/voxpop/2010/09/01/electronic-voting-and-direct-democracy/ [0… more »

A simple iPhone question...

hacks, wtf?, secrecy
Like anyone who cares about security, I've set a passcode lock on my iPhone. However, it's a severe pain in the ass to have to type it in all the time (say, when I'm on a plane reading and want to regularly consult they dictionary ([Wordbook](http://it… more »

Upgrading unlocked, jailbroken 2G iPhone

system, copyright, hacks, open source, wtf?, chilling effects, DRM
Sheesh. Upgrading the firmware in an unlocked, jailbroken iPhone is *not* easy and *definitely* nerve-racking. Here's what I just had to do to upgrade from 2.2 to 2.2.1: 1. Wrote down all the Cydia apps I had installed. (they're blasted out of… more »

Random Passwords with Special Characters in PasswordWallet

I'm a big fan of S3?s [Password Wallet] (which syncs with their [iPhone version]). The most secure mode of their default password generator generates a random alphanumeric password between 8-12 characters long. In their template format, that looks… more »

Marco on "unfettered access"...

elections, reform, problems, research, policy
Marco Cova has a great post ([*"Unfettered Access?"*](http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~marco/blog/2008/08/unfettered-access.html)), emphasizing how difficult it is to keep voting systems out of "unauthorized" hands. more »
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