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Name: Steven Murdoch
Member since: 2000-11-28 22:46:54
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I am a researcher in the Security Group of the University of Cambridge, based in the Computer Laboratory, a fellow of Christ's College, and a member of the Tor project. Some of my writings can be found on the Security Group blog: Light Blue Touchpaper.


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Still busy at University, almost finished my project, now studying for my exams. After them (the last is on June 1st) I hope to be starting a PhD, though I'm still waiting for offers of places at the moment.

10 Mar 2002 (updated 22 Apr 2002 at 13:29 UTC) »

Been busy since my last update, hence the long delay.

Was working down in London for Reuters. Now I'm back at the University of Glasgow in my final year.

As for the future I'm currently applying for PhD research positions.

If you're looking for something interesting, have a look at my current project - the Murdomedia Wiki.

I have produced another desktop background, this time a photo (with a few small modifications) that I took during a visit to The Museum of Scotland. Although is back online it is not accepting submissions and some some things are not working (I'm not sure whether my last submission was deleted), so I couldn't upload it, but you can still download both of my desktop backgrounds from my website - Murdo Media.

2 Jun 2001 (updated 12 Jun 2001 at 10:35 UTC) »

I'm stuck in the middle of exams at the moment so very little else is happening at the moment. I have made some updates to my website Murdo Media, most recently I put a desktop background that I designed on it. I also put it on Unfortunately two days after I did this, was cracked and as I am writing this it is still offline. Oh well :-) Remember you can still download my background from my website. I would like to know what what people think of it so feel free to email me at or leave a message on my guestbook.

I went to a talk by two members of the Arusha project. It seems really cool stuff, you could also check out its Advogato web page.

30 Apr 2001 (updated 17 May 2001 at 17:03 UTC) »

Updated my website, Murdomedia. The main changes are holiday photos and my updated PGP/GnuPG keys.

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