What the Corona Virus Pandemic Can Teach Us About Security Culture, written by @hakan_geijer with artwork by zer0coil. You'll find a PDF reader and A4 Imposed files for print at the end via @seddistro.
"Hey Håkan, please post about something relevant to anarchism or medicine or OpSec."
I had a dream I got doxxed. Someone published my address and employer. They made an art exhibition out of it and put it on the display on the bit of green across from my flat.
It was relieving. I deleted all my accounts. All my chat apps. I moved away and disappeared. I became again a ghost. I found serenity.
I wrote a 35 page zine in English about mobile phone security.
A native Spanish speaker did a partial translation before realizing they were in over their head on technical details. If possible, I'd like to get this into Spanish as my suspicion is that it would be the most useful second language for this. If anyone wants to help, let me know.
For your immediate consumption, I'm releasing a zine on mobile phone security. It covers the basics of how to avoid surveillance, and it does so in depth enough that you can avoid common mistakes and develop your own threat model.
The world is dangerous, but we can be safer.
My hate for Wikileaks is now scientifically justified.
link 2 sauce: https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3472714.3473628
The actual worst security theater I saw was people who wore nitrile gloves in public but then constantly touched their face and eyes as if the goal of the gloves was to keep the virus off their fingertips rather than off their face.
I completely forgot how many people did this.
lmao burned by wikipedia
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