A podcast episode where I spoke with Laura about online honesty and scamming people has been released. You can listen to it on SoundCloud here:
I presented about the psychology of social cyberattacks at Disobey on january 2019. Here is the video of that presentation: https://youtu.be/3mgntbZzFaw (Embedding the video causes the page to cut it in half and I can’t be arsed to mess with CSS to make it work so you can just follow the link.)
I was recently interviewed on Alma Talent’s podcast about cybercrime. The interview is in Finnish. You can find the Jargonmankeli-podcast on any decent podcast platform, (here’s the iTunes link). Here’s the SoundCloud link if the embed doesn’t work.
The hallmarks of a responsible, grown-up person has for ages been the shouldering of responsibility, and subsequently enjoying the freedoms that come with it. Getting your drivers license is one of these hallmarks that’s become a secular rite of passage into adulthood. The right, and responsibility, to pilot a huge chunk of steel over public […]
It’s always difficult to say anything definite about cybercrime with any modicum of confidence, since most of what’s happening on the “dark side” of the internet is hidden from our eyes. We have very little information on how much there is of it, who is doing the crime and from where. We know some answers to these […]
This is the scoreboard script used in the NCSC-FI #tietoturvahaaste-hackathon / CTF. It’s a very simple script that you can set up to show scores in a competition. It requires a web server running PHP. Copy the files and folders to the directory that serves your webpages. Open in browser and F11 for full screen. The […]
2018-03 Version 0.9.2 A few fixes as requested and notified by the users of Kirjuri. Merged good work on the LDAP authentication parts from the good people of Missouri S&T Added a Spanish language file courtesy of QuiQue CiBeRs, thanks! Fixed a bug causing the statistics page to ignore the last day of the year. […]
Kirjuri is a digital forensic evidence item management system. It is a web application designed to help forensic teams manage, track and report devices delivered for forensic examination. It was born in the Helsinki Police Department, which handles over a thousand devices annually. Managing these devices and keeping track of the changes and locations to all […]