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Chris Doerfler
researcher & strategist | | left-handed | cyber architect & raconteur |
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Chris Doerfler 11h
Crypto right now - "The object of war is not to die for your country but to make the other bastard die for his." - Gen. George S Patton
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The Players' Tribune Jan 15
To , there is no limit to what we can and should do to take care of our veterans. His story on his appreciation for the military, and his partnership with and . (In partnership with )
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Chris Doerfler Jan 15
– a building block for – lets augmented analytics help security staff decide what to investigate, detect low-and-slow attacks that defenses have missed, and gain enough time to explore the serious problems -
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Chris Doerfler Jan 14
Replying to @bronoman
This hasn't aged well....
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Chris Doerfler Jan 13
it's quite tiring to continually explain the tangible difference between 'immutable' (theoretical) and 'tamper evident' (evident, every day..)
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Chris Doerfler Jan 13
It's fundamental...
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Chris Doerfler Jan 12
since your first job, you've always been great at spotting The Mole ;)
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matt blaze Jan 11
Devices are now marketed as “smart” if they are unable to function unless in contact with a remote command and control network that tells them what to do, which seems like the opposite of “smart” to me.
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Chris Doerfler Jan 11
Smell what's cookin'? You might be a candy ass if you're offended by this article
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Coinbase Jan 7
On 1/5/2019, Coinbase detected a deep chain reorganization of the Ethereum Classic blockchain that included a double spend. In order to protect customer funds, we immediately paused movements of these funds on the ETC blockchain. Read more here:
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Chris Doerfler Jan 7
To be objective, your use of the term "immutable" is a bit leading. 'at that time, unchanged' is a bit more accurate.
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Chris Doerfler Jan 7
This sounds like every crypto whitepaper, ever
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Chris Doerfler Jan 4
I believe in the potential of "Playing by the rules is not very important to INTJs. Give them a list of rules and they may endlessly question you, bend the rules, and even break them if they see a better way. INTJs are always innovating.."
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Chris Doerfler Jan 2
just fantastic, now scammy investment schemes are using bios
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Chris Doerfler Dec 30
You are conflating privacy and anonymity
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Nicholas Weaver Dec 30
Translation: Paxos knows that if you don't do proper money laundering control (and a series of $9900 transactions are super suspicious) they will meet the fate of Liberty Reserve.
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Chris Doerfler Dec 30
Walking up to an ATM doesn't feel that anonymous
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Chris Doerfler Dec 25
"secure" is often relative, and at times, subjective. Slippery slope to proclaim any system to be "secure"
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Chris Doerfler Dec 21
clarifying statements is never 'FUD', but tbh, there is some fear, uncertainty, and doubt re: some of your statements about your services, regulatory stance, and governance. Trying to deflect by attempting to invalidate real questions just won't work Brendan.
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Chris Doerfler Dec 21
To clarify, you inferred that, I did not imply it.
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