I have graduated. I'm now
at SRI International's
Computer Science Laboratory.
I still read email at Princeton occasionally, but don't count on it.
N.B:90+% of email I receive here is spam, so SpamAssassin is
set to dump it in /dev/null. My apologies if I don't see your email.
I was a cofounder of the Secure Internet Programming
Group at Princeton. My earlier papers (including my thesis) are
available there. Later papers will show up on the WWW sometime in the future.
- Send email for information.
- SRI International
- 333 Ravenswood Ave.
- Menlo Park, CA 94025
My networking tutorial (given at RISC
Linz, May-June 1993) and 1992 ML Workshop
paper on implementing a distributed filesystem in Standard ML are
available. My resume is no longer
available, please send email if you desire one.
Bruce Schneier wrote a great
Cryptography is Harder than it Looks," on the difficulty of
building secure systems. Unfortunately, URLs are not good archival
sources. When I read the essay, its MD5 hash was
8de967cfc1a574620c4d09493d1b3f64. Double check that if you want to be
sure you're reading what I read.
Department of Computer Science,