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Using AI for Political Polling
From Schneier on Security

Using AI for Political Polling

Public polling is a critical function of modern political campaigns and movements, but it isn’t what it once was. Recent US election cycles have produced copious...

LLMs Acting Deceptively
From Schneier on Security

LLMs Acting Deceptively

New research: “Deception abilities emerged in large language models“: Abstract: Large language models (LLMs) are currently at the forefront of intertwining AI systems...

Exploiting Mistyped URLs
From Schneier on Security

Exploiting Mistyped URLs

Interesting research: “Hyperlink Hijacking: Exploiting Erroneous URL Links to Phantom Domains“: Abstract: Web users often follow hyperlinks hastily, expecting them...

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Catch Quotas in Peru
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Catch Quotas in Peru

Peru has set a lower squid quota for 2024. The article says “giant squid,” but that seems wrong. We don’t eat those. As usual, you can also use this squid posthere...

Security and Human Behavior (SHB) 2024
From Schneier on Security

Security and Human Behavior (SHB) 2024

This week, I hosted the seventeenth Workshop on Security and Human Behavior at the Harvard Kennedy School. This is the first workshop since our co-founder, Ross...

The Justice Department Took Down the 911 S5 Botnet
From Schneier on Security

The Justice Department Took Down the 911 S5 Botnet

The US Justice Department has dismantled an enormous botnet: According to an indictment unsealed on May 24, from 2014 through July 2022, Wang and others are alleged...

Espionage with a Drone
From Schneier on Security

Espionage with a Drone

The US is using a World War II law that bans aircraft photography of military installations to charge someone with doing the same thing with a drone.
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