In an engineering paper, bunnie Huang and Ed Snowden describe a malware-resistant hardware Iphone privacy overlay

Archivio di tutti i clip: clips.quintarelli.it (Notebook di Evernote).In an engineering paper, bunnie Huang and Ed Snowden describe a malware-resistant hardware Iphone privacy overlay From the Boing Boing Shop See all deals In July 2016, Andrew "bunnie" Huang and Edward Snowden presented their research on journalist-friendly mobile surveillance resistance at the first MIT Media Lab Forbidden Research conference; a little over a year later, they have published an extensive scholarly paper laying out the problems of detecting and interdicting malware in a mobile device, and presenting a gorgeously engineered hardware overlay that can be installed in an Iphone to physically monitor the networking components and report on their activity via a screen on a slim external case. Huang is a legendary hardware engineer -- his 2017 book, "The Hardware Hacker" is absolutely the best book on the subject you will find. Snowden, of course, is the world's leading public authority on the surveillance capabilities and tactics of governments. Together, they are an unbeatable team. The two begin by noting that political journalism is the riskiest form of journalism there is -- political journalists are more likely to be killed than war correspondents. When it comes to state-level surveillance, journalists tend to be heavily outgunned (see the work of Citizen La[...]

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