Month: May 2006

  • Social Implications of Keysigning

    [This was originally published on It was written by Raven and Jericho. A Bulgarian translation was done.] Intro The use of strong public encryption has always been popular among geeks. Perhaps the most commonly used and most beloved encryption for e-mail is Pretty Good Privacy (PGP); started as a free method for protecting emails […]

  • For Example…

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Did you know that RFC 2606 provides for the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) to reserve several top level domains, as well as three second level domains in order to provide a safe domain name? To avoid conflict and confusion the domains, and are […]

  • Why I’m So Behind

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Another night of working on OSVDB, mainly focusing on vulnerability import and creating our entries to cover issues. Most nights end with between 25 and 50 new entries and a feeling of accomplishment. Well, other manglers can see the accomplishment if they check the back end, and […]