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how to deploy a meteor project on your vps using docker
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why the macbook pro 15" has a discrete gpu 19 jan 2017

the new macbook pro 15"'s discrete gpu is not for acceleration; it's to run multiple 5k displays.

/blog/macbook-pro-15-discrete-gpu/
grape: the generic risk assessment process explained 10 jan 2017

risk assessment doesn't have to be boring. or does it?

/blog/grape-risk-assessment/
cpu clock rates are meaningless now 15 nov 2016

cooling capacity and turbo clock rate are better indicators of cpu performance.

/blog/cpu-clock-rates-are-meaningless-now/
how to enable the oplog on ubuntu mongodb for meteor 15 aug 2016

/blog/oplog-on-ubuntu-mongodb-meteor/
etymotic er4xr review 5 jul 2016

a little more bass wouldn't hurt, but these are amazing iems.

/blog/etymotic-er4xr-review/
more mpi performance optimisation 4 may 2016

running identical tasks across mpi nodes might be a bad idea on cloud hosting.

/blog/more-mpi-performance-optimisation/
turbo boost and mpi 4 may 2016

turbo boost violates assumptions made by mpi developers.

/blog/turbo-boost-and-mpi/
how i build meteor apps 28 mar 2016

/blog/meteor/
connecting meteor to sentry 11 mar 2016

kadira is going away and sentry is better, anyway.

/blog/connecting-meteor-to-sentry/
how to deploy a meteor project on your vps using docker 19 jan 2016

one-step deploys, your choice of hosting.

/blog/deploy-meteor-on-vps-using-docker/
how to fix your skull shaver bald eagle if it turns itself off 18 jan 2016

it's probably full of hair.

/blog/skull-shaver/
persistent computer hardware myths 17 jan 2016

/blog/persistent-computer-hardware-myths/
dell p2715q review 5 jan 2015

/blog/dell-p2715q-4k-ips-monitor-review/
bittorrent sync 1 oct 2014

/blog/bittorrent-sync/
implementing xkcd-style passwords on a real website: lessons learned 9 jul 2014

the xkcd webcomic recommends using passwords made of a collection of random words. here's what i learned when i enforced this policy on a public website.

/blog/implementing-xkcd-style-passwords-on-a-real-website/
how to set up a private ipython parallel cluster 3 jun 2013

/blog/how-to-set-up-a-private-ipython-cluster/
attacks on proximity card systems 28 may 2013

commonly deployed proximity cards are trivial to sniff and clone.

/blog/attacks-on-proximity-card-systems/
a quick guide to using mysql in python 3 jul 2011

/blog/a-quick-guide-to-using-mysql-in-python/
a few notes on the lenovo x220 13 jun 2011

i bought a lenovo x220 to run ubuntu. here's how i got it running nicely.

/blog/a-few-notes-on-the-lenovo-x220/
file synchronisation algorithms 18 jun 2008

while developing a file synchroniser (along the lines of dropbox) i documented the details of file conflict resolution.

/blog/file-synchronisation-algorithms/
getting started with the bluesmirf silver v2 bluetooth module 9 may 2008

/blog/bluesmirf-silver-intro/
kinesis advantage keyboard and learning dvorak 27 jan 2008

my primary keyboard is a kinesis advantage. here's how i transitioned to it and (almost) switched to dvorak at the same time.

/blog/kinesis-advantage-keyboard-and-learning-dvorak/
migrating your data between todo list programs 27 jan 2008

there are lots of great options for todo list tracking. unfortunately, most don't make it easy to export or import your data.

/blog/migrate-between-todo-list-programs/
start here 18 jun 2015

/bulkem/
introduction 18 jun 2015

/bulkem/introduction/
background 18 jun 2015

/bulkem/background/
design 18 jun 2015

/bulkem/design/
results 18 jun 2015

/bulkem/results/
discussion and conclusion 18 jun 2015

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start here 20 oct 2003

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introduction 20 oct 2003

/fpga/introduction/
background 20 oct 2003

/fpga/background/
design 20 oct 2003

/fpga/design/
analysis 20 oct 2003

/fpga/analysis/
conclusion 20 oct 2003

/fpga/conclusion/
key search engine 1 interface 20 oct 2003

/fpga/ks1-interface/
key search machine 2 interface 20 oct 2003

/fpga/ks2-interface/
cpu benchmark results 20 oct 2003

/fpga/cpu-benchmarks/
fpga price/performance tables 20 oct 2003

/fpga/fpga-price-performance/
cpu price/performance tables 20 oct 2003

/fpga/cpu-price-performance/
introduction to this series 15 dec 2016

/iot/introduction/
what's the least i can know? 29 nov 2016

/iot/iot-security-start-here/
attacks on embedded systems 6 jan 2017

/iot/attacks-on-embedded-systems/
is responsible disclosure appropriate for iot devices? 3 jan 2017

iot devices usually can't be updated, so carefully consider what information is released in a public vulnerability disclosure.

/iot/responsible-disclosure/
how to extract firmware from a device 20 dec 2016

/iot/extracting-firmware/
why extract firmware? 20 dec 2016

/iot/why-extract-firmware/
miscellaneous 19 dec 2016

thoughts that don't really fit anywhere else

/iot/miscellaneous/
pressures on highly regulated industries 19 dec 2016

change is super expensive, so security is usually skipped.

/iot/highly-regulated-industries/
software developers shouldn't build threat models 19 dec 2016

/iot/developers-and-threat-models/
why is iot security different? 19 dec 2016

/iot/why-is-iot-security-different/
how do we fix iot security? 13 dec 2016

/iot/fix-iot-security/
negative reporting and security research 13 dec 2016

reports of effective security are more useful than reports of broken security right now.

/iot/negative-reporting/
design assuming your security controls will fail 10 dec 2016

everything breaks, given enough time.

/iot/design-for-failure/
frequently asked questions 8 dec 2016

/iot/faq/
commentary on the sony ipela ip camera backdoor 7 dec 2016

/iot/sony-ipela-backdoor/
how does firmware get onto the device? 7 dec 2016

/iot/loading-device-firmware/
the same keys on every device 7 dec 2016

after manufacturing, every device is identical. this causes security problems.

/iot/same-keys-every-device/
what is iot? 26 nov 2016

embedded systems have been here for decades. you just didn't notice.

/iot/what-is-iot/
blockchains on iot devices 25 nov 2016

/iot/blockchains-on-iot-devices/
hardware classes of embedded/iot devices 23 nov 2016

most iot devices do not have the hardware required to support strong technical security controls.

/iot/hardware-classes/
the unofficial open edx operations manual 25 sep 2014

/openedx/unofficial-open-edx-operations-manual/
common production tasks 10 nov 2014

/openedx/common-production-tasks/
configuration 10 nov 2014

/openedx/configuration/
common errors 25 sep 2014

/openedx/common-errors/
custom theme 25 sep 2014

/openedx/custom-theme/
deployment checklist 25 sep 2014

/openedx/deployment-checklist/
getting started 25 sep 2014

/openedx/getting-started/
hosting options 25 sep 2014

/openedx/hosting-options/
monitoring 25 sep 2014

/openedx/monitoring/
reducing memory consumption 25 sep 2014

/openedx/reducing-memory-consumption/
setting up devstack 25 sep 2014

/openedx/setting-up-devstack/
using lxc containers 25 sep 2014

/openedx/using-lxc-containers/
do you really need ecc ram with zfs? 27 feb 2014

zfs' all-or-nothing attitude means that small bitflips can turn into big problems.

/zfs/ecc-ram/

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ian howson i'm a software developer with expertise in cyber security, iot/embedded devices and data science. hire me! ian howson home hire me!contactian@mutexlabs.com@ianphowsonian.howson blogwhy the macbook pro 15" has a discrete gpu 19 jan 2017the new macbook pro 15"'s discrete gpu is not for acceleration; it's to run multiple 5k displays.grape: the generic risk assessment process explained 10 jan 2017risk assessment doesn't have to be boring. or does it?cpu clock rates are meaningless now 15 nov 2016cooling capacity and turbo clock rate are better indicators of cpu performance.how to enable the oplog on ubuntu mongodb for meteor 15 aug 2016etymotic er4xr review 5 jul 2016a little more bass wouldn't hurt, but these are amazing iems.more mpi performance optimisation 4 may 2016running identical tasks across mpi nodes might be a bad idea on cloud hosting.turbo boost and mpi 4 may 2016turbo boost violates assumptions made by mpi developers.how i build meteor apps 28 mar 2016connecting meteor to sentry 11 mar 2016kadira is going away and sentry is better, anyway.how to deploy a meteor project on your vps using docker 19 jan 2016one-step deploys, your choice of hosting.how to fix your skull shaver bald eagle if it turns itself off 18 jan 2016it's probably full of hair.persistent computer hardware myths 17 jan 2016dell p2715q review 5 jan 2015bittorrent sync 1 oct 2014implementing xkcd-style passwords on a real website: lessons learned 9 jul 2014the xkcd webcomic recommends using passwords made of a collection of random words. here's what i learned when i enforced this policy on a public website.how to set up a private ipython parallel cluster 3 jun 2013attacks on proximity card systems 28 may 2013commonly deployed proximity cards are trivial to sniff and clone.a quick guide to using mysql in python 3 jul 2011a few notes on the lenovo x220 13 jun 2011i bought a lenovo x220 to run ubuntu. here's how i got it running nicely.file synchronisation algorithms 18 jun 2008while developing a file synchroniser (along the lines of dropbox) i documented the details of file conflict resolution.getting started with the bluesmirf silver v2 bluetooth module 9 may 2008kinesis advantage keyboard and learning dvorak 27 jan 2008my primary keyboard is a kinesis advantage. here's how i transitioned to it and (almost) switched to dvorak at the same time.migrating your data between todo list programs 27 jan 2008there are lots of great options for todo list tracking. unfortunately, most don't make it easy to export or import your data.bulkem: an r package that quickly fits mixture models using the em algorithm on cuda hardwarestart here 18 jun 2015introduction 18 jun 2015background 18 jun 2015design 18 jun 2015results 18 jun 2015discussion and conclusion 18 jun 2015a cost/performance study of modern fpgas in cryptanalysisstart here 20 oct 2003introduction 20 oct 2003background 20 oct 2003design 20 oct 2003analysis 20 oct 2003conclusion 20 oct 2003key search engine 1 interface 20 oct 2003key search machine 2 interface 20 oct 2003cpu benchmark results 20 oct 2003fpga price/performance tables 20 oct 2003cpu price/performance tables 20 oct 2003designing secure iot and embedded devicesintroduction to this series 15 dec 2016what's the least i can know? 29 nov 2016attacks on embedded systems 6 jan 2017is responsible disclosure appropriate for iot devices? 3 jan 2017iot devices usually can't be updated, so carefully consider what information is released in a public vulnerability disclosure.how to extract firmware from a device 20 dec 2016why extract firmware? 20 dec 2016miscellaneous 19 dec 2016thoughts that don't really fit anywhere elsepressures on highly regulated industries 19 dec 2016change is super expensive, so security is usually skipped.software developers shouldn't build threat models 19 dec 2016why is iot security different? 19 dec 2016how do we fix iot security? 13 dec 2016negative reporting and security research 13 dec 2016reports of effective security are more useful than reports of broken security right now.design assuming your security controls will fail 10 dec 2016everything breaks, given enough time.frequently asked questions 8 dec 2016commentary on the sony ipela ip camera backdoor 7 dec 2016how does firmware get onto the device? 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