Month: February 2013

Content without comments is a losing battle

When people talk about the future of media with bold predictions about how technology will affect it, they often underestimate the importance of content and its effects on how people interact with it. The two major topics of debate in new media is commenting on news articles and aggregation of content. Most media companies focus on whether or not requiring users… Read more →

SIP–VoIP Anomaly Detection using a stateful rule tree

This is a paper I worked on with members of Korea University security research center. It’s probably one of the last serious security research projects I will work on unfortunately. The paper was recently published in Computer Communications, which you have to pay to access. If you feel like reading technical security documentation, there is a older version available on Korea… Read more →