Carlos Miller reports that there's a new TSA poster which seems to suggest that people who photograph airplanes are suspicious. The TSA blog has responded saying that 1) the poster isn't new and 2) the pictures on the poster just show general things which happen around airports and are not meant to cast photographers as terrorists. That their current group of posters includes pictures of a stewardess and a maintenance person probably backs up their story. Just in case, though, I fixed it to help us be alert of the real threat which photographers pose.
A basic best-practice for email servers is to use TLS (Transport Layer Security) when they connect to one another, which guards against “man in the middle” attacks that would allow attackers to read or change emails while they travel between mail-servers.
The White House released an announcement today on President Obama’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan. In thousands of not actually bad at all words about cybersecurity, they managed not to say the word “encryption” once.
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