[Today we welcome my Princeton Computer Science colleague Mike Freedman. Mike's research areas include computer systems, network software, and security. He writes a technical blog about these topics at the Princeton S Network Systems -- required reading for serious systems geeks like me. -- Ed Felten]
In the past few weeks, Ed has been writing about targeted and inaccurate copyright enforcement.
Computers Researchers at Matousec have discovered a new and particularly worrisome flaw in the Windows ecosystem that allows malware to completely bypass security software. Anti-virus software works by standing between applications ... Read Post
The flaw could de-anonymize many users, but it's not a vulnerability in Tails itself, as I2P isn't used by default in the live operating system. Researchers find serious flaw in I2P, an anonymizing layer used in “amnesic” OS Tails o... Read Post