Uninformed: Informative Information for the Uninformed

Vol 10» 2008.Oct

Uninformed is a technical outlet for research in areas pertaining to security technologies, reverse engineering, and lowlevel programming. The goal, as the name implies, is to act as a medium for informing the uninformed. The research presented here is simply an example of the evolutionary thought that affects all academic and professional disciplines.

The next journal release is on hold pending new submissions.

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You can access the journal's bibtex file here.

The current editors of the journal are:
The journal is published roughly three times a year and does not have a set number of required articles. Instead, contributors publish whenever they have time and have completed their research on a subject. This is to avoid rushed contributions that are simply pushed out due to some artificial deadline and should, in the long run, produce higher quality articles.

If you are interested in speaking with some of the authors or editors, or are just simply interested in chatting with people who are interested in the subject matter of the journal, feel free to join us on the Compsec SILC network. Some of the contributors hang out in the channel 'compsec'. Compsec SILC servers:
  • silc.hick.org
  • silc.nologin.org
Uninformed would also like to thank a few people for their help with the journal:
  • Arachne
  • All the contributors

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