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RFID on Campus

Given my previous experience with the Mcard identification system at the University of Michigan, I was interested when I heard that RFID technology was being integrated into the Mcards. I will explore the Mcard RFID and other current uses of RFID on campus.

Mcard RFID

The Mcards distributed for the ...

Aimject 1.0 Released

Aimject facilitates man-in-the-middle attacks against AOL Instant Messenger's OSCAR protocol via a simple GTK interface. This 1.0 release brings Aimject functionality to the masses, being available for Linux, BSD, OS X, and Win32 platforms.


Instant messaging and real-time network communication are becoming increasingly prevalent in both personal ...

Google Safe Browsing

While Google's Safe Browsing service has been available for some time via the Google Toolbar, this feature will see wide deployment with the release of Mozilla Corp's Firefox 2. In this analysis, we will delve into the workings of Google's Safe Browsing service and its integration with ...

Halloween 2.0

Happy Halloween! A quick glance at my uber-geeky Halloween costumes.

Last Year

Last year's Halloween costume didn't go over too well with the general public. Apparently not many people know what an Autonomous System is or care about the operation of BGP! Carrying around printed out copies of ...

pybgpdump 0.1 Released

I'm happy to announce the availability of pybgpdump 0.1, a tool to assist in the rapid analysis of BGP routing datasets. It combines the functionality of libbgpdump and the ease of python to parse BGP messages from MRT dumps.


Currently, analysis of BGP routing data is primarily ...

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