WIRED reports that U.S. Customs and Border Patrol hasn’t been verifying the digital signatures on e-Passports.
CNBC reports on the mystery surrounding Satoshi Nakamoto—the pseudonym for the creator of the bitcoin cryptocurrency. Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, is quoted.
The bug affects the ubiquitous WPA2 protocol that protects users by encrypting information that passes over wireless Internet networks—including passwords or financial or personal information.
Los Angeles Times reports on a recently uncovered flaw in a common Wi-Fi encryption standard that could leave home and corporate Wi-Fi networks exposed to hackers. Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science, and Avi Rubin, professor of computer science, are quoted. Read more at Los Angeles Times.
Wired reports on a recently discovered flaw in WPA2’s cryptographic protocols. Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins University Information security Institute, is quoted.
Matthew Green comments on the wider adoption of crypto anchors taking place at some tech firms.
This week JHUISI host members from the Beijing Universities Alliance of Excellent Engineer Education Program! The group is led by Beihang University (through its Ecole Centrale PEKIN school, a collaboration with a French university). Eighteen junior students from 17 universities around Beijing, China will participate in a one-week engineering education enrichment program at the Homewood […]
The Guardian reports that cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab denies allegations that they played an active role in the hack of an NSA contractor in 2015. Matthew Green is quoted.