Michal Wegrzyn informed me about new and interesting project on http://vsl.sourceforge.net/. That is new steganographic tool. Name of tool is Virtual Steganographic Laboratory (VSL). It is a graphical block diagramming tool that allows complex using, testing and adjusting of methods … Continued
I’ve added a new poll to this blog. The aim of the poll is to see what is the structure of the blog visitors according their (your) individual opinion and experience in the field of security knowledge. There is no … Continued
“How Do I?” Videos for Security – Here you’ll find Microsoft educational videos from series “How Do I”, that explore a variety of security questions for developers, including encryption, handling attacks, security best practices, and a lot more. New videos are … Continued
If you are interested in cryptography, there is very good YouTube video: Theory and Practice of Cryptography. You’ll need one hour of time to watch it. Topics include: Introduction to Modern Cryptography, Using Cryptography in Practice and at Google, Proofs of Security … Continued
Source: ACM TechNews and IEEE Distributed Systems Online. The hacker community has devised effective methods for the analysis, reverse engineering, testing, and modification of software and hardware, and it behooves leaders in industry and academia to understand this culture and be … Continued
Over two years ago, George Ledin wrote an essay in Communications of the ACM, where he advocated teaching worms and viruses to computer science majors. He stated in that essay: Computer science students should learn to recognize, analyze, disable, and … Continued
Book preview of our book “Security of Computer Systems and Networks” is scheduled to appear at ComSIS Journal Volume 4, Number 1, June 2007 (here).
CrypTool is demonstration and reference program for cryptography by Bernhard Esslinger. It is a freeware program which enables user to apply and analyze cryptographic mechanisms. It has the typical look-and-feel of a modern Windows application. CrypTool has implemented almost all … Continued