月曜日, 5月 08, 2006

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The computer smarts of Ron Deibert, Nart Villeneuve, and Michael Hull, combined with their passion for politics and free expression, have led them to develop a highly anticipated software program that allows Internet users inside China and other countries, such as Iran, Saudi Arabia and Burma, to get around repressive censorship and not get caught.Their innovation is called Psiphon, and it's being launched at the end of this month. "It's enormous," says Deibert, 41, a nerd-meets-aging-punker kind of guy who directs the Citizen Lab at the U of T's Munk Centre for International Studies, where the trio work. "If it works the way we hope it does and is distributed worldwide, it will have a huge impact on freedom of speech."Others watching Psiphon's progress agree. "We've been trying to circumvent both the firewalls and the censorship surveillance," says Sharon Hom, executive director of New York-based Human Rights in China. "So it's something we are very, very interested in."Psiphon takes the concept of a third-party computer doing the work yours can't because of censorship, and protects it by relying on trusted friends and close family, to create a program the creators say is nearly fail-safe. [...]

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- When trying to lie your way through any situation, keep a tight rein on your zygo maticus major and your orbicularis oculi. They'll give you away faster than a snitch.

So says social psychologist Mark Frank, whose revolutionary research on human facial expressions in situations of high stakes deception debunks myths that have permeated police and security training for decades. His work has come to be recognized by security officials in the U.S. and abroad as very useful tool in the identification and interrogation of terrorism suspects.

By applying computer technology to the emotion-driven nature of nonverbal communication, Frank, a professor of communication in the School of Informatics at the University at Buffalo, has devised methods to recognize and accurately read the conscious and unconscious behavioral cues that suggest deceit. [...]

Devicescape has partnered with wireless and wireline switch and router specialist LVL7 on Linux-based "wireless LAN switch" software expected to ship this quarter. LVL7's FastPath Wireless LAN stack leverages Devicescape's Wireless Infrastructure Platform (WIP) to support a variety of intelligent wireless network capabilities useful in enterprise environments, the companies say.

According to Devicescape, "wireless LAN switches" are switches that, when used to aggregate traffic from multiple wireless access points (APs), can make intelligent decisions about which AP a mobile device should connect to, based on signal strength and AP load. Additionally, wireless LAN switches support seamless handover between APs, useful for voice-over-WiFi phones, for example, or for carrying a laptop between an office and a conference room across the building. [...]

'hacker' uses a $25 dollar device (article doesn't say) to change the Toronto transit message system boards to voice political views against prime minister. The article calls him a hacker, the opinion feedback debates the use of the word. I thought it was both funny, and if used to voice a decenting political viewpoint I salute him for his ingenuity, and balls. Hactivism in action. [...]

Cisco Security Advisory: Cisco Unity Express Expired Password Reset Privilege Escalation.[...]

Linus Torvalds comments on Linux Kernel overhall [...]

Schnier as usual, kicks ass. heres a couple links of recent interrest
[assult weapon] [who owns your box?]

FCC is officially allowed to sniff all VoIP traffic [...]
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