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Schneier on Security

I am a public-interest technologist, working at the intersection of security, technology, and people.

  • By Bruce Schneier
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly seven posts per week
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Nov 2022 8
Dec 2022 30
Jan 2023 28
Feb 2023 27
Mar 2023 25
Apr 2023 26
May 2023 23
Jun 2023 25
Jul 2023 26
Aug 2023 27
Sep 2023 23
Oct 2023 25
Nov 2023 27
Dec 2023 26
Jan 2024 29
Feb 2024 27
Mar 2024 28
Apr 2024 20

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Most recent posts

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Trackers
A new bioadhesive makes it easier to attach trackers to squid. Note: the article does not discuss squid privacy rights. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories …
On , by Bruce Schneier, 53 words
Other Attempts to Take Over Open Source Projects
After the XZ Utils discovery, people have been examining other open-source projects. Surprising no one, the incident is not unique: The OpenJS Foundation Cross Project Council received a suspicious series of emails with similar messages, …
On , by Bruce Schneier, 176 words
Using AI-Generated Legislative Amendments as a Delaying Technique
Canadian legislators proposed 19,600 amendments—almost certainly AI-generated—to a bill in an attempt to delay its adoption. I wrote about many different legislative delaying tactics in A Hacker’s Mind, but this is a new one.
On , by Bruce Schneier, 42 words