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Links 1 through 5 of 5 by Simon Phipps tagged BruceSchneier

Schneier points out that the feature China hacked in GMail was only there because the US government demanded it "for security", and that building trapdoors for use by spooks is an invitation for bad guys to hack them. They are another example of why security through obscurity is an anti-pattern.

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I'm sure you are already subscribed, but just in case you've not found it I heartily recommend Bruce Schneier's blog which is both erudite and controversial.

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This gives a tiny insight into the hopelessness-driven logic that drives suicide bombers. Note religion is not involved.

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Could it be the "War on Terror" is actually more about creating terror for minorities and petty offenders?

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"We generally think of computer security as a problem of technology, but often systems fail because of misplaced economic incentives: The people who could protect a system are not the ones who suffer the costs of failure."

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