Browser Interactive AI radar: CONCEPT
a lot of grief, but its because I know how good
And its always risky to put your money where
your mouth is, but thats what I'm doing.
My counter-surveillance guys are having a fit,
threatened mutiny, for violation of Opsec.
But I think this could result in safer browsing
I'm talking an Interactive, artificial Intelligence
Currently I have a HUD display that pops up a bubble
on my browser that displays everything on the web page
I'm landing on that wants to open.
It tells me also whats tracking me and how.
And I use NOScript to control what opens and
doesn't open, in bulk.
For more refined control I trigger
gives me control over cross-site requests.
And I turn ON just what I need to make
the web page function. But this depends on
me to know what I'm turning on, based on
just the names of the programs.
In high threat environments I will run the
web sites thru Dr.Web, looking for problems
I want a program (radar) that sweeps the webpages,
for known problems, malware, etc,
And an interactive function where users give feed
back on problem issues and green light others.
And an easy on off switch, a graphic showing progress
of scan, and a Green light for "Known" probably ok
Yelow, some unknown, which not to turn on.
and RED light, Known problems.
This is going to slow down my browsing, but
saves me the headache of trying to figure out what
not to turn on, The tab could even change color
when the Radar is finished, allowing me to go on
and work on something else on another tab.
I have not disclosed other methods and programs
we use for obvious opsec reasons, and keep my
counter-surveillance staff happy.
But this would be a good start on safe browsing
just by combining known technologies.
And cut down drive bys, and the many infected
Just give me a life time subscription and some
attribution and the Idea is yours.
We will trade time for security.
Try us, end users.
Tactical Internet Systems analyst.
That is just what Gerald does
BEFORE he lands/opens on a web page.
Labels: malware driveby scan radar