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  1. Open source product development most effective when socialRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Red Hat Magazine

    ... makes it easier for us to incorporate important innovations developed by other people. We didn't reimplement cryptography libraries, as we used a strong open source one ( Bouncy Castle ). We don't need to reinvent circumvention tools, as we ...

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  2. Patent Issued for Systems and Methods for Creating a Form for...Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    Cryptography relies on the existence of codes that are 'hard to break': that is, one-way functions that are believed to be computationally infeasible to invert.

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  3. Patent Issued for Methods and Systems for Storage of Large Data ObjectsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    The facility will typically use an encryption technique to secure the data object.

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  4. Patent Issued for Network Based Management of Protected Data SetsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    ... .PN.&OS=PN/8782423RS=PN/8782423 Keywords for this news article include: Information Technology, Information and Cryptography,

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  5. Cigital Releases One Hundredth Episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast with Dr. Gary McGrawRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | DVDCreation Reviews

    With McGraw, Chief Technology Officer at Cigital, acting as both host and scriptwriter throughout the show's eight-year run, over 1,065,000 downloads have been recorded to date.

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  6. Britain still exporting arms to Russia: MPsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Nation

    ... small arms ammunition, body armour, military communications equipment, night sights, and "equipment employing cryptography", the report said. Just 31 licences had been suspended or revoked, while on three others Russia was no longer permitted as an ...

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  7. Despite sanctions call, UK approves arms to RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    ... small arms ammunition, gun mountings, body armor, military communications equipment, and "equipment employing cryptography." "Russia is an authoritarian regime," said the committees' chairman, Conservative lawmaker John Stanley. "We should have been ...

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  8. Case Study from Intel Showcases Collaboration with Virginia TechRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Freshnews

    ... and teachers at Virginia Tech have access to a broad portfolio of business and technical tools in studying cryptography. The case study follows the work of Dr. Patrick Schaumont, Associate Professor of Computer Sciences at Bradley Department of ...

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  9. tuf 0.9.9Read the original story

    19 hrs ago | Python

    ... verify ed25519 signatures and is intended for sofware updater clients, TUF tools also enable general-purpose cryptography with PyCrypto. Software updaters that want to support verification of RSASSA-PSS signatures should require their clients to ...

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  10. The world's most secure OS may have a serious problemRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Linux Today

    The Tails operating system is one of the most trusted platforms in cryptography, favored by Edward Snowden and booted up more than 11,000 times per day in May. But according to the security firm Exodus Intelligence , the program may not be as secure as many thought.

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  11. Red Hat: 2014:0917-01: nss and nspr: Critical AdvisoryRead the original story

    Tuesday | LinuxSecurity.com

    Updated nss and nspr packages that fix multiple security issues, several bugs, and add various enhancements are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. [More...] Red Hat Security Advisory Synopsis: Critical: nss and nspr security, bug fix, and enhancement update Advisory ... (more)

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  12. Despite calls for sanctions, Britain still exporting arms to RussiaRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    ... small arms ammunition, gun mountings, body armour, military communications equipment, and "equipment employing cryptography." Britain has been the most vocal European advocate of tougher sanctions on Russia since the downing of a Malaysia Airlines ...

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  13. facepy-pozytywnie 1.0.4Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | Python

    Facepy ====== .. image:: Facepy makes it really easy to interact with Facebook's Graph API.

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  14. TES - Text Encrypter 1.0.0.0Read the original story

    Yesterday | Softpedia

    Encryption ensures file and data privacy, as it makes them inaccessible to others that do not have the proper password or cypher used for decryption.

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  15. Provident Metals to Accept Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Litecoin for All PurchasesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sys-Con Media

    ... These and other cryptocurrencies are open-source, decentralized and their scarcity and security is based on cryptography. "The value of cryptocurrencies and precious metals are market driven, and they both appeal to forward-thinking investors," said ...

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  16. Despite sanctions call, UK exports arms to RussiaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Stars and Stripes

    ... small arms ammunition, gun mountings, body armor, military communications equipment, and "equipment employing cryptography." Britain has been the most vocal European advocate of tougher sanctions on Russia since the downing of a Malaysia Airlines ...

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  17. Lawmakers: Despite calls for sanctions over Ukraine, Britain still exporting arms to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Prince George Citizen

    ... small arms ammunition, gun mountings, body armour, military communications equipment, and "equipment employing cryptography." Britain has been the most vocal European advocate of tougher sanctions on Russia since the downing of a Malaysia Airlines ...

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  18. Britain 'still sending millions of pounds of military equipment to Russia'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    ... small arms ammunition, gun mountings, body armour, military communications equipment and 'equipment employing cryptography'. Despite a promise in March by the then foreign secretary William Hague to stop military sales to Russia which could be used ...

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  19. Britain still exporting arms to Russia: Parliamentary ReportRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Indian Express

    ... small arms ammunition, body armour, military communications equipment, night sights, and "equipment employing cryptography", the report said. Just 31 licenses had been suspended or revoked, while on three others Russia was no longer permitted as an ...

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  20. UK is still sending arms to Russia, say MPsRead the original story

    Yesterday | EUobserver

    ... small arms ammunition, sniper rifles, military communications equipment and "software for equipment employing cryptography". Sir John Stanley, head of the House of Commons Committees on Arms Export Controls (CAEC), said that Russia is an ...

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