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Thought Leadership
April 23, 2019

Cryptographic Backdoors and Why Policymakers Shouldn’t Do Math

Generally speaking, I don’t trust policymakers to do math. This isn’t a new thing. In 1894, the Indiana State Legislature attempted to set the value of Pi to 3.2 via…
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Mycroft is adopting CVE for vulnerability reporting
CommunityTechnical
July 9, 2018

Responding to our first CVE and developing our CVE process

This blog post is primarily for our readers who have a technical background; if you are non-technical, you can safely ignore it. As our software becomes more mature, and our…
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Thought Leadership
May 30, 2018

The Early Stages of Voice Technology: Coupling Privacy and User Agency

Like we said in our post about Alexa’s recent laughing fits, “testing, iteration, and failure will be a part of the journey” that anyone building a technology from the ground…
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Paul Neslusan _ Security Lead (1)
About MycroftTeam
April 4, 2018

Meet Our New Security Lead, Paul Neslusan

Privacy is central to the Mycroft mission, but what’s privacy without security? Meet our new Security Lead, Paul Neslusan.   Paul Neslusan joins Mycroft with a background in penetration testing,…
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CrowdfundingThought Leadership
March 18, 2018

Crowdfunding Vendors: Protecting Yourself From Fraudsters and Scammers

When we launched our first campaign on Kickstarter in 2015 our entire team suddenly found our inboxes filled with unsolicited offers for services. These ranged from e-mail lists to public…
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