After nearly a decade, I have generated a new 4096-bit RSA PGP/GPG key. The new key reflects the latest OpenPGP best practices. You can also view my key transition announcement for instructions on obtaining this key. The transition announcement has been signed by both the old and new (replacement) key.
If you are using
gpg, you may want to add the following to your
in order to prepare for the eventual migration off of SHA-1 in OpenPGP.
An article on our work in using low-level input characteristics as a mechanism for bot detection has appeared in The Abstract, the official blog of the NC State Newsroom. Bot detection is one of many possible applications in the broader research context of how computational approaches to evaluating input interactions can be leveraged in order to better understand and predict the underlying cognitive processes of a user.
If you’re interested in contributing to a related follow-up work, then please take a moment to participate in my newest research study, the Concentration Game.