Publicity of cyber vulnerabilities; Responses to radiological attack
- Steve Maurer, Berkeley, and Matt Coleman, LLNL, Nuclear Fear, Nuclear Evidence: What do we really know about the health effects of radioactivity? How will society react to the possibility (or fact) of a dirty bomb?
- Eric Rescorla, consultant, Looking at the big picture on vulnerabilities.
- Will Grover, “All the Easy Experiments: A Berkeley Professor, Dirty Bombs, and the Birth of Informed Consent,” Berkeley Science Review 5:2 (Fall 2005) available at http://socrates.berkeley.edu:7066/articles/issue9/plutonium.pdf
- Eric Rescorla, “Is finding security holes a good idea?”, Workshop on Economics and Information Security 2004, May 2004. http://www.rtfm.com/bugrate.pdf
- Eric Rescorla, “Security holes... Who cares?” Proceedings of the 12th USENIX Security Conference, August 2003. http://www.rtfm.com/upgrade.pdf
- Andy Ozment, "The Likelihood of Vulnerability Rediscovery and the Social Utility of Vulnerability Hunting." http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/jo262/papers/weis05-ozment-vulnrediscovery.pdf
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