During last year we continuously improved our existing software and added support for the latest Raspberry Pi (version 3). The latest upribox software (v0.7) is available on our download page, and introduces new features such as the Apate – zero config daemon. In November 2016 we received additional funding for our upribox project. Julian and … Read More
Last week we released a new version of the upribox Software, based on Raspbian Jessie Lite. Our newest software release supports the Raspberry Pi 1, 2 as well as 3. Download the latest image from github: https://github.com/usableprivacy/upribox/releases/tag/v0.5 In other news: the upribox project has been featured by the Ideas Powered campaign, watch the youtube Video.
From May 18 to 22th of May I attended the 25th international conference on the World Wide Web (WWW15) in Florence. Among other research topics, WWW regularly features a number of research tracks focused on security and privacy. My personal highlights where two research papers, which are closely related to the problem we attempt to … Read More
When you surf the web a number of companies learn about your habits and personal interests including social networks, advertising networks, governmental agencies, and possibly also your Internet service provider. The Joy of Tech web comic could not have done a better job to summarize this privacy issue: Anecdotal evidence however suggests that ad blocking … Read More