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May 3, 2008

Spam is now 30.

Spam is now 30. Frankly, if spam still bothers you after all this time, buy a better filter.

May 4, 2008

BaySec Wednesday, May 7th


Girls drinking a beer
Originally uploaded by surfstyle
BaySec is this Wednesday, May 7th at Pete's Tavern. As usual, you can find us by looking for the crowd of socially inept nerds to the left side of the bar.

May 12, 2008

Processing ported to Javascript.

The domain-specific visualization language Processing has been ported to Javascript. This is a "good thing". Thanks to Raffael Marty for the heads up.

Also, this is my 100th post.

May 22, 2008

Game Theory of Malware article online.

I wrote an article on the game theory of emergent threats that is now online. It is based on presentations from earlier this year. You can grab the article here.

As a sidenote, Amrit thinks that security people like to talk about game theory because they like to play video games. I of course strongly disagree. I will have you know the only video game I still like to play is portfolio explosion on e-trade.

May 23, 2008

Bay to Breakers == Success

I finished in 1:09:28. Proof here and here. My bib number is 6530.

My goal for next year is to beat Oliver Friedrichs, who whooped me by a good eight and a half minutes.

May 25, 2008

Whiz is overrated.

No, you do not need to have cheez whiz on a cheesesteak. Via gruber.

May 26, 2008

Dino launches a blog.

Dino Dai Zovi has joined the great effluent of the blogosphere. Yay for Dino!

May 30, 2008

Bad marketing department! Bad! No bagel day!

Hoff had a post about a VirtSec startup known as Hyperbole. Their product/feature names include such gems as HyperTension, HyperSensitivity, and HyperVentilated.

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All I can think is of some CSO three years from now muttering "I bought HyperTension and all I got was hypertension."

Leave Sourcefire Alone!


Barracuda
Originally uploaded by oybay
Apparently Barracuda, the SpamAssassin + ClamAV in a box company and perennial purchasers of godforsaken airport advertising space, is trying to eat SourceFire, the people who own ClamAV. I am debating making a Leave-Britney-Alone style video as a response. Trust me, no one wants to see that.*


* In interest of full disclosure, I do hold FIRE in my portfolio.

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