My most recent article, entitles “The Art of Electronic Deduction” is in the current issue of Blacklisted411 magazine.
This is my second article to be published by Blacklisted!411 magazine.
The article is interesting because it started out as a silly little game that I made up for my local (at that time) BR561 meeting. It was surprisingly fun and a huge success at the meeting, prompting me to write it up into a formal article. I have also taken it a step further and put together a presentation on the same topic for my new BR407 meeting.
The article is posted here on DocDroppers.
I arrived home from my local 2600 meeting last night to find the Spring 2005 issue of 2600 waiting for me in my mailbox. This confirmed the phone call that I got from Natas earlier in the evening telling me that my article on “disposable email vulnerabilities” was in this issue.
This is the same topic that I presented at the recent Interzone conference and is discussed earlier in this blog.
*** 08/07/2005 UPDATE! *** This file is now up on Docdroppers.org with my other articles! I have also added the presentation itself to this post.
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If you frequent our forums, you have seen his fantastic work in the form of our official DDP skin which he created with little or no input from me. I just said that it should somewhat match the rest of the site and he created what you see there now.
But that is not the only project he has assisted with…
He also worked very closely with me on the cover for issue 3.1 (the fourth issue overall) of our magazine. I had a very clear vision of what I wanted it to look like (unlike the forum skin) and that makes it very difficult to work with me. He made an amazing cover that you will all be seeing very soon.
Besides those 2 HUGE projects, we also designed several of our link boxes and has contributed a lot of art to our gallery. Everything that he designs is just digitally sexy.
The DDP roster grows by one more member today and we are very happy to have PsypherX on board.
I just found out today that an article of mine was published in the Winter 2004/2005 Issue of 2600 magazine. The topic is “Hacking Star Search” and shows how vulnerable and poorly designed their online voting system is. It uses the same voting engine that every other poll on the site uses instead of a special secure version for this particular show (which awards a $100,000 cash prize. Luckily, I think the show has been canceled since I originally wrote this article.
I will put this file up on DocDroppers with the rest of my articles sometime soon.