Tag Archives: compsec

Cyber Siege

While I await the coming mission adventure somewhere ahead of me on the road, I still have plenty to do in the meantime. I have a gospel message, the eternal core of all missions. It includes warning people of sin, … Continue reading

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Politics and Malware Attacks

As I expected, it turns out the DNC operatives did attempt to use malware attacks on their political opponents during the election. In this case it was a limited attack on some of the folks at 4chan and 8chan. That’s … Continue reading

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Follow-up to Paranoia

Ref: Previous blog post — Paranoia? Testing by real experts reveals that Windows 10 ignores privacy settings. To be specific, someone who actually understands this stuff tested Windows 10 Enterprise, the one you are supposed to be able to actually … Continue reading

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Linux versus WannaCrypt

You don’t have to read this, but I do have to write it. Some of you, dear Readers, are sympathetic to my ranting about the virtues of switching from Windows to Linux. The recent big wave of ransom-ware commonly known … Continue reading

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Paranoia?

I have a burning conviction in my soul that something big is about to break out in our world. Several of you have discussed with me privately how God is calling you to serve in ways that make no sense … Continue reading

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The Current State of Electronic Snooping

This is a long post, a general consumer-level survey, distilling what we can know from public revelations. Snoopers: There are four kinds of snoopers. 1. Government espionage: If you are targeted as a national security threat, they will get you. … Continue reading

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Networked Christianity Aborning

I strive to practice what I preach (see the previous linked post). I believe God will keep the Internet alive and that He has called me to engage computer security (CompSec) and networking security (NetSec) in particular. This is behind … Continue reading

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