So far we have seen so many machine learning (ML) papers in computer vision, from object detections to activity recognitions. There have been tons of papers doing the good, and the same that many are doing the bad thing, namely adversarial ML. Many papers are now following the trend to attack existing well-trained ML models.… Continue reading Adversarial ML in Wireless?
Last year I was suggesting to use StartSSL/StartCom to get free SSL certificates and easily enable HTTPS for websites. Apparently now Chrome and Firefox have distrusted their certificates and considered my site as a "malicious" site after then. I went online and looked for alternatives and Let's Encrypt is a really great service (free & more freedom).… Continue reading Switch From StartSSL/StartCom To Let's Encrypt (Enable HTTPS For Websites)
Finally get some time to fix the certificate issue. Long story short, I was using StartCom's StartSSL Class 1 as my root certificate authority. It is free and easy to use (until recently). Chrome had decided not to trust this company due to some issues a while ago but I never paid attention to it. And… Continue reading SSL Issue Resolved
The VPS info I have is listed in VPS Setup Record - Basics, and I have talked about how to install LAMP at VPS Setup Record - LAMP. This is a follow-up post that targets at making our VPS more secure. Remember, to use vim to edit files, you need to press i to start inserting. When you… Continue reading VPS Setup Record - SSH Security
There are many application-level protocols in networks. There are File Transfer Protocols like ftp, scp, and sftp. There are Mail Protocols like smtp, pop, and imap. There are Web Protocols like http 1.0, 1.1, and 2.0. And there are many more. But they are not that secure.