I am now safely in Munich, Germany, and thus for the next 4 months, mostly beyond the reach of the US government and the nasty DMCA.
Just as I did last summer, I will be taking a break from blogging, at least about computer security, and anything else likely to get me in trouble. I'm working for a respectable Japanese company, and I want to keep a low profile while I'm here.
This blog will not remain 100% silent, as I have a bit of unfinished business to take care of. There are two semi-big project that I worked on this past semester at university. I fully expect to announce the details of one of them in the next few weeks. I'm attempting to follow the practice of 'responsible disclosure', and thus I'm giving the various vendors a reasonable period of secrecy in which they can fix the design flaws in their products.
The second project is currently being held up with the lawyers. I do not know when they'll approve it - but I would rather not receive the latex glove treatment, or worse when I fly back to the US in August, and so I'm playing it safe on this one. Stay tuned for that project, which should be very very fun.
However, I do at least want to continue writing about my travels - but I don't want to bore those regular readers of this blog who come here to hear about computer security-ish things. I've therefore created another blog, available here where you can read about my travels. I've got 3 months in Germany, and a month in India that I'll be writing about.