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We rely on our smartphones, tablets, and computers, so digital security matters to us whether we know anything about it or not.
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The files released by Edward Snowden last year reveal that RSA took $10 million from the National Security Agency to include flawed encryption in its "security" products.
Ever since the online cryptocurrency Bitcoin gained attention from people in the mainstream media, many questions remained unanswered.
We sign into email accounts, buy things with credit cards through Amazon, and otherwise transmit sensitive data over the Internet.
Everyday, we're transmitting confidential data, from sending emails to the use of computer passwords, ATM card information, digital signatures, ecommerce, and more.
Mini-computers with head-mounted display like 'Google Glass' don't just alarm privacy activists.
I read some news about "magic" malware that communicates with its C&C infrastructure in an unusual way.
The Bitcoin world reacted with a mixture of acceptance and resignation to a Newsweek magazine report that the creator of the digital currency is a 64-year-old Japanese-American man living in the Los Angeles area.
Bitmerchant =========== Bitmerchant is a work-in-progress python library for common bitcoin/altcoin merchant uses.
Merry Christmas! Before writing this article, I wrote an article about Visual cryptography.
More particularly, the methods and systems described herein relate to distributing cryptographic data to authenticated recipients.
Property item name's are dictionary keys and the dictionary values are property items.
Abstract. We show a signature scheme whose security is tightly related to the Computational Diffie-Hellman assumption in the Random Oracle Model.
Privacy? There's an app for that, and more are on their way. Cryptocat , an open-source app for encrypted online chat sessions, is now available for free through Apple's iOS App Store, after initially being rejected several months ago.
The EM4237 IC from EM Microelectronic is claimed to be the first high-secure ISO/IEC15693 compliant device to guarantee anti-counterfeiting and brand protection.