A list of all posts:

  1. 20 Oct 2021 » Phones as security keys in Chrome
  2. 26 Aug 2021 » Efficient QR codes
  3. 23 Dec 2020 » ACVP
  4. 06 Sep 2020 » Letter to 20 years ago
  5. 30 Oct 2019 » Real-world measurements of structured-lattices and supersingular isogenies in TLS
  6. 10 Aug 2019 » Username (and password) free login with security keys
  7. 01 Jan 2019 » Zero-knowledge attestation
  8. 12 Dec 2018 » CECPQ2
  9. 11 Apr 2018 » Post-quantum confidentiality for TLS
  10. 27 Mar 2018 » Security Keys
  11. 10 Mar 2018 » TLS 1.3 and Proxies
  12. 08 Oct 2017 » Testing Security Keys
  13. 13 Aug 2017 » Security Keys
  14. 31 May 2017 » Maybe Skip SHA-3
  15. 14 May 2017 » AES-GCM-SIV
  16. 18 Jan 2017 » CFI directives in assembly files
  17. 31 Dec 2016 » RISC-V assembly
  18. 28 Nov 2016 » CECPQ1 results
  19. 19 Sep 2016 » Roughtime
  20. 26 Jun 2016 » memcpy (and friends) with NULL pointers
  21. 16 May 2016 » Cryptographic Agility
  22. 24 Dec 2015 » Post-quantum key agreement
  23. 19 Dec 2015 » Juniper: recording some Twitter conversations
  24. 17 Oct 2015 » BoringSSL
  25. 05 Jul 2015 » The ICANN Public Comments on WHOIS Privacy
  26. 16 May 2015 » AEADs: getting better at symmetric cryptography
  27. 17 Jan 2015 » Why not DANE in browsers
  28. 08 Dec 2014 » The POODLE bites again
  29. 14 Oct 2014 » POODLE attacks on SSLv3
  30. 26 Sep 2014 » PKCS#1 signature validation
  31. 11 Sep 2014 » A couple more formal systems
  32. 07 Sep 2014 » A shallow survey of formal methods for C code
  33. 06 Jul 2014 » HSTS for new TLDs
  34. 27 Jun 2014 » Encrypting streams
  35. 20 Jun 2014 » BoringSSL
  36. 05 Jun 2014 » Early ChangeCipherSpec Attack
  37. 25 May 2014 » Matching primitive strengths
  38. 14 May 2014 » SHA-256 certificates are coming
  39. 29 Apr 2014 » Revocation still doesn't work
  40. 19 Apr 2014 » No, don't enable revocation checking
  41. 03 Mar 2014 » TLS Triple Handshakes
  42. 27 Feb 2014 » TLS Symmetric Crypto
  43. 22 Feb 2014 » Apple's SSL/TLS bug
  44. 25 Dec 2013 » Implementing Elligator for Curve25519
  45. 03 Dec 2013 » Forward security for journalists
  46. 10 Nov 2013 » Pond
  47. 07 Oct 2013 » Please update F5/BIG-IP firmware
  48. 07 Oct 2013 » ChaCha20 and Poly1305 for TLS
  49. 01 Aug 2013 » Playing with the Certificate Transparency pilot log
  50. 18 Jul 2013 » Hash based signatures
  51. 27 Jun 2013 » How to botch TLS forward secrecy
  52. 15 Jun 2013 » Sudden Death Entropy Failures
  53. 10 May 2013 » Faster curve25519 with precomputation
  54. 20 Mar 2013 » NPN and ALPN
  55. 04 Feb 2013 » Lucky Thirteen attack on TLS CBC
  56. 13 Jan 2013 » Real World Crypto 2013
  57. 06 Nov 2012 » Certificate Transparency
  58. 21 Oct 2012 » NIST may not have you in mind
  59. 20 Oct 2012 » DANE stapled certificates
  60. 21 Sep 2012 » CRIME
  61. 20 Jul 2012 » SSL interstitial bypass rates
  62. 19 Jul 2012 » Living with HTTPS
  63. 25 Jun 2012 » Decrypting SSL packet dumps
  64. 08 Jun 2012 » New TLS versions
  65. 11 Apr 2012 » False Start's Failure
  66. 17 Mar 2012 » Very large RSA public exponents
  67. 16 Mar 2012 » RSA public exponent size
  68. 02 Mar 2012 » Forward secrecy for IE and Safari too
  69. 12 Feb 2012 » RSA 2012
  70. 05 Feb 2012 » Revocation checking and Chrome's CRL
  71. 30 Jan 2012 » Extracting Mozilla's Root Certificates
  72. 15 Jan 2012 » BEAST followup
  73. 14 Jan 2012 » OTR in Go
  74. 29 Nov 2011 » Certificate Transparency
  75. 22 Nov 2011 » Forward secrecy for Google HTTPS
  76. 08 Oct 2011 » Classifying solutions to the certificate problem
  77. 03 Oct 2011 » False Start: Brocade broken again
  78. 23 Sep 2011 » Chrome and the BEAST
  79. 19 Sep 2011 » DNSSEC Certificates now in Chrome Stable
  80. 07 Sep 2011 » Why not Convergence?
  81. 31 Aug 2011 » False Start: past time to fix your servers
  82. 16 Jun 2011 » DNSSEC authenticated HTTPS in Chrome
  83. 12 Jun 2011 » OpenPGP support in Go
  84. 04 May 2011 » Public key pinning
  85. 29 Apr 2011 » Smaller than Bloom filters
  86. 09 Apr 2011 » Multi-prime RSA trade offs
  87. 18 Mar 2011 » Revocation doesn't work
  88. 17 Feb 2011 » HSTS UI in Chrome
  89. 11 Feb 2011 » Origin poisoning
  90. 06 Feb 2011 » Still not computationally expensive
  91. 04 Feb 2011 » Unfortunate current practices for HTTP over TLS
  92. 24 Jan 2011 » OpenSSH 5.7 with ECC support
  93. 21 Dec 2010 » What a difference a prime makes
  94. 04 Dec 2010 » Elliptic curves and their implementation (pointer)
  95. 04 Dec 2010 » Elliptic curves and their implementation
  96. 29 Nov 2010 » Google Charts API over HTTPS
  97. 07 Nov 2010 » Random number generators in Psi experiments
  98. 05 Sep 2010 » Changing HTTPS
  99. 16 Aug 2010 » DNSSEC and TLS
  100. 30 Jul 2010 » SSL Survey
  101. 09 Jul 2010 » Clipping in Chromium
  102. 25 Jun 2010 » Overclocking SSL
  103. 23 Jun 2010 » curve25519 in iOS4
  104. 19 Jun 2010 » TLS latency improvements
  105. 24 May 2010 » Speaking at Velocity
  106. 03 May 2010 » WOFF support in Chromium
  107. 01 Apr 2010 » Checking that functions are constant time with Valgrind
  108. 24 Mar 2010 » Time to update OpenSSL 0.9.8m
  109. 31 Jan 2010 » Macs everywhere
  110. 26 Jan 2010 » Strict Transport Security
  111. 20 Dec 2009 » Setting up Apache with OCSP stapling
  112. 08 Dec 2009 » Chrome Linux Beta
  113. 23 Nov 2009 » Digital Economy Bill
  114. 16 Nov 2009 » Recent changes to SSL/TLS on the web
  115. 10 Nov 2009 » Go launch
  116. 05 Nov 2009 » The TLS flaw that wasn't
  117. 02 Sep 2009 » Anti aliased clipping, a tale of woe
  118. 26 Aug 2009 » Chromium's seccomp Sandbox
  119. 26 Aug 2009 » DNSCurve Internet Draft
  120. 26 Jul 2009 » DEFCON 17
  121. 14 Jul 2009 » SELinux from the inside out
  122. 16 Jun 2009 » General homomorphic encryption
  123. 07 Jun 2009 » Linux sandboxing with LSMSB
  124. 04 Jun 2009 » Chrome for Linux
  125. 21 May 2009 » W2SP and Seccomp
  126. 09 May 2009 » Moved to GitHub
  127. 09 Apr 2009 » I'll be at CodeCon this y...
  128. 15 Mar 2009 » Thanks to Alexander Sotir...
  129. 08 Mar 2009 » When I wrote curve25519-d...
  130. 08 Mar 2009 » Packet sizes in DNSSEC
  131. 22 Feb 2009 » When Layers of Abstractio...
  132. 25 Dec 2008 » Why networked software should expire.
  133. 29 Nov 2008 » rwb0fuz1024 included in eBATS
  134. 27 Nov 2008 » Sandboxing on Linux
  135. 06 Oct 2008 » Obfuscated TCP
  136. 03 Oct 2008 » Google datacenters
  137. 30 Sep 2008 » A Rabin-Williams signature scheme: rwb0fuz1024
  138. 29 Sep 2008 » Crit-bit trees
  139. 13 Aug 2008 » Several groups of Linux k...
  140. 13 Aug 2008 » I've just releasedtwo new...
  141. 07 Jul 2008 » Google has, at last, open...
  142. 01 Jul 2008 » The Black Swan
  143. 11 Jun 2008 » I've added a bunch of Obs...
  144. 27 May 2008 » OpenID - not actually spawn of Satan
  145. 20 May 2008 » I'm now running a Ubuntu ...
  146. 30 Apr 2008 » I've updated the patches ...
  147. 23 Apr 2008 » First Obsfucated TCP patches
  148. 16 Apr 2008 » After the last post expla...
  149. 08 Apr 2008 » Elliptic curves don't work either
  150. 20 Mar 2008 » If you've been wondering ...
  151. 19 Mar 2008 » How sad: from reading the...
  152. 18 Mar 2008 » Yahoo now has OpenID for ...
  153. 15 Mar 2008 » How good is a 64-bit DH exchange?
  154. 11 Mar 2008 » OTCP - Obfuscated TCP
  155. 27 Feb 2008 » Keyspan USB serial dongle drivers for amd64 Ubuntu 7.10
  156. 24 Jan 2008 » I've just setup darcs.imp...
  157. 22 Jan 2008 » Maybe there's something t...
  158. 21 Jan 2008 » I've had a section here c...
  159. 20 Jan 2008 » RPCA Semantics
  160. 20 Jan 2008 » Recent Haskell work:binar...
  161. 18 Jan 2008 » So it's been really very ...
  162. 11 Jan 2008 » For reasons that I won't ...
  163. 23 Nov 2007 » If you happen to want to ...
  164. 10 Oct 2007 » Signed numbers don't overflow in C
  165. 04 Jul 2007 » Continuation monads for state machines
  166. 28 Jun 2007 » The science of fault finding
  167. 28 Jun 2007 » Ian has launched Thoof, a...
  168. 26 Jun 2007 » The good and bad of code reviews in a large organisation
  169. 09 Jun 2007 » This code isn't ready to ...
  170. 02 Jun 2007 » Lazy lists for IO
  171. 26 May 2007 » I had need of an LRU data...
  172. 08 May 2007 » RDF searching
  173. 05 May 2007 » Anyone interrested in pro...
  174. 24 Apr 2007 » I have a new window manag...
  175. 04 Apr 2007 » Why you should believe John
  176. 04 Apr 2007 » Seems I'm right to hate Powerpoint
  177. 02 Apr 2007 » Software transactional memory talk
  178. 18 Mar 2007 » Still waiting in that room?...
  179. 21 Feb 2007 » Digital Gold Cash
  180. 26 Jan 2007 » Paper on PDF generation for Google Book Search
  181. 24 Nov 2006 » A pure Haskell JPEG decoder
  182. 21 Oct 2006 » Security through obscurity silly screws
  183. 24 Sep 2006 » Bit syntax for Haskell
  184. 16 Sep 2006 » I must be getting old
  185. 05 Sep 2006 » CPU clock skew side-channels
  186. 04 Sep 2006 » Erlang concurrency in the Haskell type system
  187. 31 Aug 2006 » libc functions of the week
  188. 29 Aug 2006 » Google Books PDF download launched
  189. 14 Aug 2006 » WEP is now really, really dead
  190. 03 Jul 2006 » Dual booting OS X and Linux on an Intel Mac Mini
  191. 04 May 2006 » JBIG2 encoder released...
  192. 02 May 2006 » I've gotten to go ahead t...
  193. 23 Apr 2006 » BBC podcasts
  194. 19 Apr 2006 » Patent crazyness
  195. 03 Apr 2006 » Control flow with continuations
  196. 09 Mar 2006 » My frequency of posting h...
  197. 04 Feb 2006 » Charging for email
  198. 25 Jan 2006 » Google in China
  199. 21 Jan 2006 » Open Rights Group Alive
  200. 05 Jan 2006 » Things one should read:Fa...
  201. 27 Dec 2005 » Turns out that char isn't...
  202. 12 Dec 2005 » So it's been a while sinc...
  203. 03 Nov 2005 » Lots of public domain books
  204. 30 Oct 2005 » Impressions of a Powerbook:
  205. 30 Oct 2005 » Blinking at the price
  206. 26 Oct 2005 » Malcolm Gladwell came to speak...
  207. 25 Oct 2005 » I don't usually comment o...
  208. 24 Oct 2005 » Made it
  209. 20 Oct 2005 » The Singularity Is Near
  210. 16 Oct 2005 » "Walking the line that's painted by pride..."
  211. 29 Sep 2005 » Startup School
  212. 15 Sep 2005 » What are they doing to these recordings?
  213. 14 Sep 2005 » New pyGnuTLS release than...
  214. 11 Sep 2005 » Nearly gone...
  215. 16 Aug 2005 » Best definition ever:Macr...
  216. 10 Aug 2005 » Skype and the telephone interface
  217. 09 Aug 2005 » CAPTCHA issues
  218. 04 Aug 2005 » That's all sorted then
  219. 29 Jul 2005 » Lots of books
  220. 29 Jul 2005 » Gambit
  221. 24 Jul 2005 » Open source CAPTCHA
  222. 24 Jul 2005 » Got back from opentech la...
  223. 12 Jul 2005 » OpenID server
  224. 09 Jul 2005 » Profiteering
  225. 05 Jul 2005 » I took the time today to ...
  226. 04 Jul 2005 » Was a little surprised to...
  227. 02 Jul 2005 » Decoupling authentication and IP addresses
  228. 27 Jun 2005 » MGM vs. Grokster
  229. 25 Jun 2005 » We apologise for this short interruption of service...
  230. 22 Jun 2005 » That's it. All done.
  231. 20 Jun 2005 » Well done BBC...And we've...
  232. 15 Jun 2005 » At least no one is panicing
  233. 15 Jun 2005 » Mr. Blair: 'Ello, I ...
  234. 07 Jun 2005 » New page - ICSM Choir at ...
  235. 06 Jun 2005 » Live 8
  236. 01 Jun 2005 » New page up about using T...
  237. 01 Jun 2005 » Asynchronous DNS lookups with glibc
  238. 28 May 2005 » First release of new proj...
  239. 24 May 2005 » Hmm, I wonder if it's getting too complex...
  240. 12 May 2005 » Apparently I'm all wet!
  241. 11 May 2005 » Male Brains
  242. 05 May 2005 » (Lack of posting due to e...
  243. 27 Apr 2005 » Better typing through key maps
  244. 24 Apr 2005 » Parsers for network protocols
  245. 21 Apr 2005 » On Intelligence
  246. 20 Apr 2005 » Directions in future languages - edge triggered IO
  247. 15 Apr 2005 » Directions in future languages - actor based concurrency
  248. 11 Apr 2005 » Market Forces
  249. 07 Apr 2005 » In other news
  250. 03 Apr 2005 » Fixing LCD subpixel hinting
  251. 02 Apr 2005 » Gmail: still counting
  252. 29 Mar 2005 » Why POSIX AIO has such a schizophrenic time
  253. 28 Mar 2005 » Future Battles
  254. 28 Mar 2005 » Dealing with too many config files
  255. 22 Mar 2005 » The wonders of GreaseMonkey
  256. 19 Mar 2005 » OpenSSH: Old dog, new tricks
  257. 18 Mar 2005 » Just how important is a monotonic clock?
  258. 18 Mar 2005 » Acroread 7 for Linux
  259. 15 Mar 2005 » SSL Libraries
  260. 14 Mar 2005 » Monotonic Time
  261. 09 Mar 2005 » Is it really beyond the w...
  262. 08 Mar 2005 » Free Municipal WiFi
  263. 07 Mar 2005 » (NB: This server heeps wi...
  264. 24 Feb 2005 » Brian Sedgemore MP on the Prevention of Terrorism Bill
  265. 19 Feb 2005 » Why we shouldn't have security regulation
  266. 16 Feb 2005 » Directions in Future Languages - Lock-Free malloc
  267. 10 Feb 2005 » Why Application Level Filtering in Tor is Bad
  268. 31 Jan 2005 » Right To Protest
  269. 30 Jan 2005 » Directions in Future Languages - Software Transactional Memory
  270. 24 Jan 2005 » Including SVG figures in TeX documents
  271. 24 Jan 2005 » Directions in Future Languages - Exceptions
  272. 22 Jan 2005 » Directions in Future Languages - Predicate Dispatch
  273. 12 Jan 2005 » Atomic Increment
  274. 09 Jan 2005 » People who read this via ...
  275. 31 Dec 2004 » I was failing miserably t...
  276. 31 Dec 2004 » A Better Warning System?
  277. 29 Dec 2004 » Tor actually works pretty...
  278. 22 Dec 2004 » So a good article from th...
  279. 20 Dec 2004 » So the theatre mentioned ...
  280. 20 Dec 2004 » Can I suggest that anyone...
  281. 14 Dec 2004 » Well, the project which I...
  282. 13 Dec 2004 » AdBlock
  283. 06 Dec 2004 » Submitted to Felix in rep...
  284. 02 Dec 2004 » I've said it before, and ...
  285. 01 Dec 2004 » The remains of a Stage Sc...
  286. 01 Dec 2004 » Heading home of the coach...
  287. 23 Nov 2004 » And so it begins on the d...
  288. 21 Nov 2004 » Well, only a few months l...
  289. 21 Nov 2004 » We have the Queen's Speec...
  290. 13 Nov 2004 » Writing on Wikipedia for ...
  291. 12 Nov 2004 » On another note...
  292. 06 Nov 2004 » Bait and Forget
  293. 31 Oct 2004 » Pumpkins!
  294. 31 Oct 2004 » Thanks flatmates
  295. 25 Oct 2004 » XPath in Mozilla
  296. 25 Oct 2004 » Replacements for Copyright
  297. 20 Oct 2004 » So I'm now doing UNIX cap...
  298. 05 Oct 2004 » So IBM now have a laptop ...
  299. 04 Oct 2004 » POSIX 1e ACLs are all ver...
  300. 30 Sep 2004 » Schneier's Essay
  301. 30 Sep 2004 » PEP 334
  302. 25 Sep 2004 » So, I'm done. And I cunni...
  303. 20 Sep 2004 » Long time - no post. And ...
  304. 28 Aug 2004 » Google misinformation
  305. 22 Aug 2004 » Switched servers. This is...
  306. 22 Aug 2004 » New photos up...
  307. 22 Aug 2004 » A little while back all t...
  308. 13 Aug 2004 » Heeps cracked
  309. 12 Aug 2004 » Patch to add SPF to Gento...
  310. 12 Aug 2004 » Gmail backending
  311. 12 Aug 2004 » But after a while, someon...
  312. 11 Aug 2004 » Why hasn't anyone back-en...
  313. 08 Aug 2004 » Storage for archive.org...
  314. 06 Aug 2004 » A quick commentary on the...
  315. 26 Jul 2004 » Lots of Python magicHolog...
  316. 24 Jul 2004 » Subway
  317. 18 Jul 2004 » Ohh, PyBloom made the del...
  318. 10 Jul 2004 » Bloom filters
  319. 07 Jul 2004 » Well, the kernel patch I ...
  320. 03 Jul 2004 » Stackless twisted Python ...
  321. 02 Jul 2004 » Toilets at Google
  322. 26 Jun 2004 » Got here - not dead
  323. 22 Jun 2004 » Yay! Unsecured wireless a...
  324. 22 Jun 2004 » For anyone who has ever w...
  325. 19 Jun 2004 » I have far too little tim...
  326. 15 Jun 2004 » I'm tidying up, ready to ...
  327. 14 Jun 2004 » Firstly, you can stop ema...
  328. 08 Jun 2004 » Ok, so I should write mor...
  329. 03 Jun 2004 » Questioning the parties about Software Patents
  330. 01 Jun 2004 » Hmm...
  331. 31 May 2004 » Well, I said that I'd wri...
  332. 28 May 2004 » Ok, so I've only just rea...
  333. 26 May 2004 » Capability Systems page g...
  334. 24 May 2004 » Capability Systems
  335. 20 May 2004 » Things to do after exams
  336. 09 May 2004 » Dogs can't vote!Not direc...
  337. 07 May 2004 » The future of music canno...
  338. 03 May 2004 » The Quest for Omega - hig...
  339. 02 May 2004 » Tracking down a PayPal scammer
  340. 02 May 2004 » As everyone on the planet...
  341. 30 Apr 2004 » Your daily dose of What t...
  342. 26 Apr 2004 » Gmail
  343. 23 Apr 2004 » New Signing Key
  344. 22 Apr 2004 » I like the Guardian, it's...
  345. 20 Apr 2004 » US weapons in space [via ...
  346. 20 Apr 2004 » Still waiting for the dra...
  347. 18 Apr 2004 » Well, we're going to have...
  348. 13 Apr 2004 » RSI
  349. 07 Apr 2004 » Here's a time-lapse video...
  350. 06 Apr 2004 » Looks like SourceForge ha...
  351. 06 Apr 2004 » British people can now li...
  352. 06 Apr 2004 » A Summer Ball post
  353. 02 Apr 2004 » What's Wrong with Janus and friends
  354. 01 Apr 2004 » Back on the good news...
  355. 30 Mar 2004 » The Ends of the Earth (Br...
  356. 28 Mar 2004 » Why do people bother with...
  357. 27 Mar 2004 » Gary's shoe: Ewwwwwwwww! ...
  358. 22 Mar 2004 » Katie Melua: Call off the Search
  359. 20 Mar 2004 » Well, Imperial College pl...
  360. 16 Mar 2004 » This is just ... well, al...
  361. 10 Mar 2004 » IPRED
  362. 04 Mar 2004 » It's pretty wrong for me ...
  363. 01 Mar 2004 » I've been away for the we...
  364. 26 Feb 2004 » Yes, I've got 32. I'll be...
  365. 26 Feb 2004 » Well, a kernel upgrade of...
  366. 26 Feb 2004 » These are predictions fro...
  367. 18 Feb 2004 » New kernel bug. All upgra...
  368. 16 Feb 2004 » Ok, a slightly political ...
  369. 15 Feb 2004 » If you didn't see this on...
  370. 13 Feb 2004 » I've written an exploit f...
  371. 11 Feb 2004 » Oh, wonderful. What a bea...
  372. 05 Feb 2004 » Well, Oskar can rest easy...
  373. 05 Feb 2004 » Things to look forward to
  374. 04 Feb 2004 » Someone makes an obvious ...
  375. 01 Feb 2004 » Christ, it's been a long ...
  376. 26 Jan 2004 » At least I'll never have ...
  377. 24 Jan 2004 » And while I'm ranting...
  378. 23 Jan 2004 » Next week, (more for my r...
  379. 22 Jan 2004 » I've put the source to th...
  380. 19 Jan 2004 » Back in contact with the ...
  381. 15 Jan 2004 » The program for CodeCon 2...
  382. 14 Jan 2004 » Can I suggest that the 10...
  383. 12 Jan 2004 » Phew. The union server up...
  384. 09 Jan 2004 » While I'm posting I might...
  385. 09 Jan 2004 » Spent all day configuring...
  386. 07 Jan 2004 » IV now sports a brand new...
  387. 05 Jan 2004 » New kernel local root problem
  388. 04 Jan 2004 » I read three [1, 2, 3 all...
  389. 02 Jan 2004 » This could be a Stage Sca...
  390. 30 Dec 2003 » Pinging
  391. 29 Dec 2003 » Ah, you've got to love th...
  392. 21 Dec 2003 » Well, the Xmas carnival p...
  393. 16 Dec 2003 » Snippets
  394. 14 Dec 2003 » My life:Last night: Setup...
  395. 13 Dec 2003 » Fleep...
  396. 07 Dec 2003 » So, Bush wants to go to t...
  397. 04 Dec 2003 » Panic, everyone upgrade r...
  398. 03 Dec 2003 » The number of recent atta...
  399. 28 Nov 2003 » Backup solution
  400. 25 Nov 2003 » Guardian Digital
  401. 23 Nov 2003 » Well, it's really peeing ...
  402. 23 Nov 2003 » For Zooko...
  403. 23 Nov 2003 » Dear Mr Stephenson...
  404. 22 Nov 2003 » "Wave of human spam" - ph...
  405. 21 Nov 2003 » What a difference an edit...
  406. 12 Nov 2003 » Remebered to renew domain...
  407. 11 Nov 2003 » Crush Games
  408. 05 Nov 2003 » Matrix Revolutions
  409. 01 Nov 2003 » Birthday!
  410. 29 Oct 2003 » Bastards!. Don't they kno...
  411. 26 Oct 2003 » So what, exactly, has the...
  412. 26 Oct 2003 » Just written some notes o...
  413. 25 Oct 2003 » Look at that timestamp. D...
  414. 20 Oct 2003 » Things I found out today
  415. 19 Oct 2003 » Another letter to my MP, ...
  416. 18 Oct 2003 » Google Code Jam
  417. 18 Oct 2003 » Diebold are making a mess...
  418. 13 Oct 2003 » Busy..
  419. 05 Oct 2003 » Well, it's a new year at ...
  420. 01 Oct 2003 » Thanks to Polly for point...
  421. 28 Sep 2003 » Just written a new letter...
  422. 27 Sep 2003 » Ok, so I haven't posted a...
  423. 20 Sep 2003 » Well, updates to the Veri...
  424. 16 Sep 2003 » OpenSSH exploit
  425. 16 Sep 2003 » Just written a program to...
  426. 14 Sep 2003 » The missing files problem...
  427. 13 Sep 2003 » RIP amendment is back
  428. 06 Sep 2003 » Intel 8086:24d5 Soundcards
  429. 03 Sep 2003 » I've put up a new page fo...
  430. 03 Sep 2003 » Dealing with spam
  431. 02 Sep 2003 » You can see some of the d...
  432. 28 Aug 2003 » The future of money: priv...
  433. 27 Aug 2003 » Seagull's Bane
  434. 23 Aug 2003 » Email fucked until at lea...
  435. 22 Aug 2003 » xMule Mirror up
  436. 22 Aug 2003 » Why Pipes Suck
  437. 16 Aug 2003 » Automounters
  438. 11 Aug 2003 » I'm sure there was someth...
  439. 08 Aug 2003 » Misspent Youth
  440. 01 Aug 2003 » The webserver is on it's ...
  441. 31 Jul 2003 » God, building packages fo...
  442. 28 Jul 2003 » Mail should be working ag...
  443. 26 Jul 2003 » Hawk is not getting SMTP,...
  444. 24 Jul 2003 » find -print0
  445. 22 Jul 2003 » Opteron Benchmarks
  446. 21 Jul 2003 » Gentoo AMD64
  447. 20 Jul 2003 » Who needs this filesystem malarkey anyway?
  448. 20 Jul 2003 » Just testing SVG
  449. 17 Jul 2003 » Opterons
  450. 16 Jul 2003 » nfs-utils 1.0.3 and 1.0.4...
  451. 15 Jul 2003 » HTML Through CSS
  452. 14 Jul 2003 » I should write more than ...
  453. 07 Jul 2003 » freenetproject.org nuked
  454. 05 Jul 2003 » Bugger. While trying to g...
  455. 05 Jul 2003 » BBC Vorbis Streaming
  456. 03 Jul 2003 » Altered Carbon
  457. 01 Jul 2003 » The end of term involed t...
  458. 01 Jul 2003 » Defending C++
  459. 25 Jun 2003 » Usually I shrug off a col...
  460. 25 Jun 2003 » Smyle Productions: Googlebomb
  461. 23 Jun 2003 » This is from a nameless p...
  462. 22 Jun 2003 » I'm glad that Ian liked...
  463. 19 Jun 2003 » O'Reilly 25th
  464. 17 Jun 2003 » Read this if, and only if...
  465. 16 Jun 2003 » Systrace timing tests:Tes...
  466. 14 Jun 2003 » Tricks to try
  467. 14 Jun 2003 » Systrace and SELinux
  468. 10 Jun 2003 » The Hardened Gentoo proje...
  469. 06 Jun 2003 » Everyone is tidying up li...
  470. 05 Jun 2003 » Been busy listening to, t...
  471. 31 May 2003 » London feels like Los Ang...
  472. 30 May 2003 » TINI Stuff
  473. 29 May 2003 » Ok, so it's been too long...
  474. 24 May 2003 » SysOps in Iraq
  475. 21 May 2003 » Yesterday, O'Reilly sent ...
  476. 19 May 2003 » How the heck, 3 weeks int...
  477. 17 May 2003 » Just a couple of interres...
  478. 16 May 2003 » TINI
  479. 12 May 2003 » Nothing to see here for a...
  480. 07 May 2003 » Due to a couple of oversi...
  481. 05 May 2003 » With pot and porn outstripping...
  482. 03 May 2003 » Zooko:Structure and Inter...
  483. 02 May 2003 » X-Men 2
  484. 02 May 2003 » Jeff is also thinking abo...
  485. 30 Apr 2003 » It's nice to know that ev...
  486. 28 Apr 2003 » Lethal Dose of Caffine
  487. 26 Apr 2003 » How to lose weight and ha...
  488. 24 Apr 2003 » Invisiblog
  489. 23 Apr 2003 » Scapy
  490. 22 Apr 2003 » New signing only key
  491. 17 Apr 2003 » Persistence
  492. 15 Apr 2003 » Evil Bits
  493. 11 Apr 2003 » Nothing much to put up he...
  494. 06 Apr 2003 » LuFS
  495. 06 Apr 2003 » Capability Python
  496. 05 Apr 2003 » UserFS
  497. 02 Apr 2003 » Python Snippits That I Know I'll Be Hunting For In The Future
  498. 02 Apr 2003 » Fantastic quote from Bram...
  499. 01 Apr 2003 » Sigh. Another April 1st a...
  500. 26 Mar 2003 » Seems that the US may have used an EMP...
  501. 24 Mar 2003 » Term's over, so I'm back ...
  502. 20 Mar 2003 » Epoll
  503. 19 Mar 2003 » Happy (Belated) Birthday IV!
  504. 15 Mar 2003 » Stage Craft
  505. 15 Mar 2003 » Quarantine - Greg Egan
  506. 13 Mar 2003 » You know it's time to upgrade when...
  507. 10 Mar 2003 » Valenti Speech
  508. 10 Mar 2003 » GLibc6 2.3.2
  509. 08 Mar 2003 » Debian used to provide a ...
  510. 06 Mar 2003 » So here's an odd thought ...
  511. 06 Mar 2003 » Coder's recent entry contains...
  512. 05 Mar 2003 » Python Metaclass Programm...
  513. 03 Mar 2003 » Digital Sound Desks
  514. 02 Mar 2003 » Does anyone have the audi...
  515. 01 Mar 2003 » BCS (British Programming ...
  516. 26 Feb 2003 » Coins
  517. 23 Feb 2003 » Rent (part 2)
  518. 23 Feb 2003 » Codecon is going on at th...
  519. 22 Feb 2003 » The carefully planned gen...
  520. 21 Feb 2003 » IC draws so much power (d...
  521. 19 Feb 2003 » Rent
  522. 19 Feb 2003 » Microsoft Visitation
  523. 18 Feb 2003 » XFree 4.2.99 has transpar...
  524. 16 Feb 2003 » There was a first alarm a...
  525. 14 Feb 2003 » (read the previous post f...
  526. 14 Feb 2003 » I think JWZ and I have th...
  527. 14 Feb 2003 » Did you know you can rena...
  528. 13 Feb 2003 » Still working on the Secu...
  529. 10 Feb 2003 » Caching MBoxes
  530. 08 Feb 2003 » The Salmon Of Doubt
  531. 08 Feb 2003 » Kasparov vs Deep Junior e...
  532. 07 Feb 2003 » Twisted Python
  533. 06 Feb 2003 » Caching IMAP
  534. 03 Feb 2003 » To the tune of 'If You're...
  535. 03 Feb 2003 » Below is the text of an e...
  536. 02 Feb 2003 » IMAP
  537. 31 Jan 2003 » Now hosted on Imperial se...
  538. 30 Jan 2003 » Goodbye metis...
  539. 27 Jan 2003 » Theo
  540. 26 Jan 2003 » I was a technical reviewe...
  541. 25 Jan 2003 » Well, it seems that my previous...
  542. 22 Jan 2003 » More on Proof by Contradiction
  543. 22 Jan 2003 » Book Review: Moonseed
  544. 20 Jan 2003 » Proof by Contradiction is Crap
  545. 20 Jan 2003 » IV KeyVerify is working a...
  546. 19 Jan 2003 » Testing my belief in free-speech
  547. 15 Jan 2003 » Well, I spent the afterno...
  548. 14 Jan 2003 » Genetic Information
  549. 13 Jan 2003 » Will pointed me to this p...
  550. 10 Jan 2003 » TCPA BIOSes
  551. 09 Jan 2003 » RTSP
  552. 07 Jan 2003 » Jon Lech Johansen has bee...
  553. 05 Jan 2003 » It seems that some people...
  554. 04 Jan 2003 » Today has ben an utterly ...
  555. 03 Jan 2003 » The deptment has a list o...
  556. 03 Jan 2003 » newdocms
  557. 03 Jan 2003 » A couple of recent patche...
  558. 01 Jan 2003 » First blog of the new yea...
  559. 31 Dec 2002 » Fallen Dragon
  560. 31 Dec 2002 » 15 Idiots Rule the World
  561. 28 Dec 2002 » Back in London. I was onl...
  562. 21 Dec 2002 » Britain leads the world again
  563. 20 Dec 2002 » After reading Aaron's Cre...
  564. 17 Dec 2002 » Mobile Phones
  565. 15 Dec 2002 » (I'm at home, in Chelt, f...
  566. 09 Dec 2002 » Freenet server problems
  567. 04 Dec 2002 » Java CNI
  568. 03 Dec 2002 » Stallman Speaking
  569. 30 Nov 2002 » /dev isn't enough
  570. 30 Nov 2002 » Blogdex Spamming
  571. 28 Nov 2002 » A younger Ashcroft on go...
  572. 26 Nov 2002 » New Python Objects
  573. 24 Nov 2002 » Hmm, just a links posting...
  574. 19 Nov 2002 » Leaky Abstractions
  575. 15 Nov 2002 » UK DMCA Reply
  576. 12 Nov 2002 » Laws of Form
  577. 05 Nov 2002 » More NAT
  578. 01 Nov 2002 » About 3 hours work this afternoon....
  579. 30 Oct 2002 » That Poster
  580. 29 Oct 2002 » Communication Over Double NAT
  581. 28 Oct 2002 » Introduction
  582. 28 Oct 2002 » ARP Tables
  583. 24 Oct 2002 » Secure Beneath the Watchful Eyes
  584. 22 Oct 2002 » All these events
  585. 19 Oct 2002 » Protests at IC
  586. 15 Oct 2002 » Mozilla
  587. 12 Oct 2002 » Aaron goes to DCI'm sure ...
  588. 07 Oct 2002 » The USS Clueless gets /.'...
  589. 03 Oct 2002 » Well, I'm offline again a...
  590. 01 Oct 2002 » Long (ish) story, but I'm...
  591. 29 Sep 2002 » Life at Imperial
  592. 26 Sep 2002 » "Essences, Orcs and Civilization"
  593. 23 Sep 2002 » Nothing wonderfully excit...
  594. 22 Sep 2002 » Writers for hire by compa...
  595. 20 Sep 2002 » Imperial Looms
  596. 18 Sep 2002 » Iraq
  597. 18 Sep 2002 » coderman pointed out that...
  598. 16 Sep 2002 » Ian has a blog!!...
  599. 15 Sep 2002 » OpenSSL
  600. 14 Sep 2002 » HashCash
  601. 12 Sep 2002 » The wonders of editing
  602. 11 Sep 2002 » Proof systems
  603. 09 Sep 2002 » Mersenne Primes and Perfect Numbers
  604. 07 Sep 2002 » O'Caml
  605. 05 Sep 2002 » Photos from the IOI are u...
  606. 04 Sep 2002 » Lightbulbs and Quantum Physics
  607. 03 Sep 2002 » Well, seems that JDarcy s...
  608. 02 Sep 2002 » Comments System
  609. 01 Sep 2002 » Hardware Hell
  610. 30 Aug 2002 » BRiX
  611. 28 Aug 2002 » 802.11b networks
  612. 27 Aug 2002 » Crap. I so forgot to uplo...
  613. 26 Aug 2002 » Results
  614. 25 Aug 2002 » Back home. Need sleep....
  615. 14 Aug 2002 » New addition to the Lette...
  616. 13 Aug 2002 » UK-DMCA
  617. 11 Aug 2002 » This is pretty cool (need...
  618. 11 Aug 2002 » BitTorrent
  619. 09 Aug 2002 » UK Political Corruption
  620. 08 Aug 2002 » I'm working on a BitTorre...
  621. 07 Aug 2002 » CodeCon 2003 Call For Pap...
  622. 04 Aug 2002 » Memes Redux
  623. 31 Jul 2002 » Memes
  624. 31 Jul 2002 » HP uses the DMCA to try a...
  625. 30 Jul 2002 » Semantic Web
  626. 29 Jul 2002 » Scheme
  627. 28 Jul 2002 » This is the entry I forgo...
  628. 25 Jul 2002 » Lack of Links
  629. 21 Jul 2002 » Eek. Been a long time sin...
  630. 16 Jul 2002 » Well, I dug out the entry...
  631. 14 Jul 2002 » I'm packing at the moment...
  632. 12 Jul 2002 » Buffer Overflow in PGP7Ne...
  633. 11 Jul 2002 » Jon Searle: I Married a Computer
  634. 10 Jul 2002 » Joey has a great tribute to Gene
  635. 10 Jul 2002 » It seems that Gene shot h...
  636. 09 Jul 2002 » Wired has a piece on Gene's death...
  637. 08 Jul 2002 » MMIX
  638. 08 Jul 2002 » Gene Kan has died. I feel...
  639. 07 Jul 2002 » Evas2
  640. 05 Jul 2002 » IOI
  641. 04 Jul 2002 » Searching Gnutella networks
  642. 02 Jul 2002 » Greedy people scheme:limi...
  643. 02 Jul 2002 » EuroPython presentations ...
  644. 30 Jun 2002 » e-lang has a great thread...
  645. 30 Jun 2002 » Building EROS
  646. 28 Jun 2002 » Final exam finished this ...
  647. 27 Jun 2002 » Gun crime up 49% and this...
  648. 26 Jun 2002 » Rule 30
  649. 25 Jun 2002 » SSH Remote Exploit. All u...
  650. 25 Jun 2002 » More on Rule 30
  651. 24 Jun 2002 » Cool! I'm on Ryan's LJ fr...
  652. 23 Jun 2002 » Wolfram and Randomness
  653. 21 Jun 2002 » Another just links day, t...
  654. 19 Jun 2002 » Links today today because...
  655. 18 Jun 2002 » We Win!
  656. 17 Jun 2002 » Been checking the old arc...
  657. 16 Jun 2002 » Well, there's a Backlink ...
  658. 16 Jun 2002 » Guess who forgot up actua...
  659. 16 Jun 2002 » A New Germ Theory [via ES...
  660. 15 Jun 2002 » Very cool CSS [via Keith]...
  661. 15 Jun 2002 » J for C Programers
  662. 15 Jun 2002 » For you Mozilla users the...
  663. 15 Jun 2002 » Asynchronous Behaviour
  664. 14 Jun 2002 » Whee! Imperialviolet.org ...
  665. 11 Jun 2002 » When the RIP act was passed...
  666. 10 Jun 2002 » E7l3 discusses A New Kind...
  667. 08 Jun 2002 » On Computers and the Evil...
  668. 06 Jun 2002 » Well, IV is still down as...
  669. 04 Jun 2002 » Imperialviolet will be do...
  670. 03 Jun 2002 » It seems that
  671. 02 Jun 2002 » Software Fault Prevention by Language Choice...
  672. 01 Jun 2002 » I got Amphetadesk working...
  673. 31 May 2002 » Suggested reading: Notes ...
  674. 29 May 2002 » This looks like a cool re...
  675. 28 May 2002 » Dan Moniz pointed out that...
  676. 27 May 2002 » IV now has permanent URLs...
  677. 27 May 2002 » BBC piece about the EU En...
  678. 26 May 2002 » Essential Blogging by O'R...
  679. 25 May 2002 » From Ian:Actually, this i...
  680. 24 May 2002 » School's out for ... ever...
  681. 24 May 2002 » Ok, I've improved the IV ...
  682. 23 May 2002 » From pupok:I realised rec...
  683. 21 May 2002 » Downtime: Metis (and thus...
  684. 20 May 2002 » New article from Paul Gra...
  685. 19 May 2002 » Joey on Attack of the Clones...
  686. 17 May 2002 » Don't you just wish you h...
  687. 16 May 2002 » Ah, at last. Maybe something...
  688. 15 May 2002 » Well, I now have 4 of the...
  689. 14 May 2002 » New project time! A big w...
  690. 12 May 2002 » One virus has infected an...
  691. 10 May 2002 » Imperialviolet's DNS has ...
  692. 08 May 2002 » GZigZag has renamed itsel...
  693. 06 May 2002 » Roger Dingledine has rele...
  694. 06 May 2002 » IV now validates as XHTML...
  695. 05 May 2002 » Just finished Diaspora by...
  696. 05 May 2002 » After about 4 weeks tryin...
  697. 04 May 2002 » Stackless Python (whichI'...
  698. 02 May 2002 » Kotako is being dehosted ...
  699. 30 Apr 2002 » Paradigms of AI Programming
  700. 29 Apr 2002 » Google has launched a new...
  701. 27 Apr 2002 » Well, I take it back abou...
  702. 25 Apr 2002 » Welcome to the new, NS4 f...
  703. 24 Apr 2002 » Kotako was down for a cou...
  704. 22 Apr 2002 » New KernelTraffic out (#1...
  705. 21 Apr 2002 » Yesterday I must have got...
  706. 17 Apr 2002 » Another self link to prin...
  707. 16 Apr 2002 » Took the image out-of-lin...
  708. 16 Apr 2002 » Firstly a better link to ...
  709. 15 Apr 2002 » Well, I made the internat...
  710. 11 Apr 2002 » Well, I'm off to BIO tomo...
  711. 08 Apr 2002 » I've been looking at the ...
  712. 07 Apr 2002 » I'm back! And damm, that ...
  713. 03 Apr 2002 » I'm off to present at the...
  714. 02 Apr 2002 » Hmm, seems I did pretty w...
  715. 31 Mar 2002 » Well, the Queen Mother ha...
  716. 29 Mar 2002 » Kernel security problem...
  717. 28 Mar 2002 » OperationEnduring Valenti...
  718. 27 Mar 2002 » Sigh - madness spreads to...
  719. 27 Mar 2002 » Big shock: XP Server == X...
  720. 26 Mar 2002 » Well, it's the Easter hol...
  721. 26 Mar 2002 » Remember, you have to run...
  722. 24 Mar 2002 » A bunch of random links
  723. 21 Mar 2002 » Zooko has updated his P2P...
  724. 19 Mar 2002 » Well, I got the netbootin...
  725. 18 Mar 2002 » Liveit (thanks to Zooko f...
  726. 16 Mar 2002 » Someone mentioned net boo...
  727. 14 Mar 2002 » FreeBSD has some cool ker...
  728. 13 Mar 2002 » Found this link from acom...
  729. 12 Mar 2002 » I found this in my home ...
  730. 11 Mar 2002 » Got round to fixing up iv...