Encryption

Enforced Transparency 2—When Hacking Becomes Imperative

JEREMY HAMMOND – the original enforcer Before Snowden, before the mainstreaming of Hacktivism, and before most of us even knew what private intelligence contractors where up to, one brave activist stepped up and blew the lid off a story so big it actually… Read More ›

A (Secure) Chat with WikiLeaks

Today’s article comes to us from Interwebs Security correspondent Tyler L. Jones. It is his first appearance in the Cryptosphere. WikiLeaks is at it again. This time, in an effort to provide a method of secure communication between themselves and whistleblowers,… Read More ›

Numbers: Large Number Theory

“The true mystery of the world is the visible.” – Oscar Wilde Medieval lunch box chums sprinkle salt on shams, Yielding to tramlines that run up the backs of stockings. Pronghorn antelope burst apart in a shower of springs Amid… Read More ›

Instant Karma, Internet-Style

Let’s take a hypothetical: say, you’re a self-proclaimed whistleblower and security conference attendee with a Twitter account, a highly-strung nature, and roughly 300 followers. We’ve all been at those conferences. We know what they’re like. Maybe you’re a little bored;… Read More ›