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Schneier on Stuxnet. Stuxnet now rivals Wikileaks as the real life plot most likely to have leaked from science fiction. # 9th October 2010, 10:57 am

Intercepting Predator Video. Bruce Schneier’s take on the unencrypted Predator UAV story. A fascinating discussion of key management and the non-technical side of cryptography. # 24th December 2009, 9:26 pm

Global Hackers Create a New Online Crime Economy (via) Fascinating, detailed look at the evolution of the hacker service economy. Of particular interest: a web application that sells access to hacked machines to identity thieves on a timeshare basis. # 17th October 2007, 9:46 pm

The Storm Worm. Bruce Schneier describes the Storm Worm, a fantastically advanced piece of malware that’s been spreading for nearly a year and is proving almost impossible to combat. Its effects are virtually invisible but infected machines are added to a multi-million machine botnet apparently controlled by anonymous Russian hackers. # 6th October 2007, 12:25 am

Bruce Schneier interviews Kip Hawley. The head of the Transportation Security Administration in conversation with one of his most eloquent critics. # 7th August 2007, 3:23 pm

The Psychology of Security. I haven’t even started on this yet, but I bet it’s worth reading. # 9th February 2007, 1:27 am

Choosing Secure Passwords. Bruce Schneier describes the state of the art in password cracking software. # 11th January 2007, 2:55 pm

Real-World Passwords. Random passwords phished from MySpace are surprisingly decent. # 14th December 2006, 2:14 pm

BT acquires Counterpane Internet Security (via) They just bought Bruce Schneier. # 25th October 2006, 10:57 am

Bruce Schneier Facts. “SSL is invulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks. Unless that man is Bruce Schneier.” # 17th August 2006, 2:19 pm

Schneier on Security: New Airline Security Rules. “I’m sure glad I’m not flying anywhere this week” says Bruce. Now I wish I wasn’t! # 10th August 2006, 4:26 pm

Schneier on Security: Cryptanalysis of SHA-1. If you want to understand the “breaking” of SHA-1, this is the place to go. Surprisingly accessible. # 19th February 2005, 3:12 pm

Bruce vs. Bruce (via) Schneier and Sterling discuss security and technology. # 15th June 2004, 10:04 pm

Bruce Schneier: We are all security customers. How can the US get the best return on investment for homeland security? # 4th May 2004, 6:34 pm

Slouching toward Big Brother (via) Security is a trade-off # 30th January 2004, 7:18 pm

Blaster and the great blackout (via) Bruce Schneier writes for # 17th December 2003, 3:10 am