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Android Police 03/22/2019 14:40
Update. 1. : 2019/03/22 11:43am PDT. Though a tad bit late, Firefox Send is now available on the Play Store and from APK Mirror. Just download it from the widget below or from here. [app pname=org.mozilla.firefoxsend name="Firefox. Mozilla is one of the champions for internet freedom and privacy – which is part of why I love the company and its work – so it's no surprise that it "graduated" one of its experiments to a full-fledged product. Read More. [Update: App available] Mozilla Firefox Send lets you share encrypted files privately and for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
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Is BitLocker cracked? Is disk encryption still worth it? The answers are "No" and "Yes", and here's why.
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Make Tech Easier 03/21/2019 15:25
Let’s say you set up an account at You type in your email address and password and set up your account. A little while later you receive an email informing you that, ironically, the website has been hacked, and the usernames and passwords of every user, which were stored in plaintext, are now for sale on the dark web. While you start changing the password on all your accounts (you only use one, you monster), you wonder, “Isn’t that a bad idea? Shouldn’t my password be in some kind of secret code so hackers can’t just read it?” You’re correct. Any web app or... Read more.
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Boing Boing 03/21/2019 13:00
PewDiePie fan unleashes ransomware that encrypts hard drives until he gets 100M subscribers / Boing Boing.
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CSO Online (Australia) 03/21/2019 03:48
Better visibility also helps for intercepting intellectual property theft – but new encryption techniques make it a moving target.
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Network World 03/20/2019 20:40
Modern public-key encryption is currently good enough to meet enterprise requirements, according to experts. Most cyberattacks target different parts of the security stack these days – unwary users in particular. Yet this stalwart building block of present-day computing is about to be eroded by the advent of quantum computing within the next decade, according to experts. “About 99% of online encryption is vulnerable to quantum computers,” said Mark Jackson, scientific lead for Cambridge Quantum Computing, at the Inside Quantum Technology conference in Boston on Wednesday. [ Now read: What is quantum computing (and why enterprises should care) ]. Quantum computers – those that use the principles of quantum entanglement and superposition to re.
PR Newswire 03/20/2019 11:00
The technologically advanced region, North America , holds the biggest network encryption market as per the regions segment of the network encryption market.
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Zettaset's KMIP-compatible key manager bolsters the ability of enterprises to automate policy management and control access to business-critical encryption keys so data is protected in even the most complex and agile environments.
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Security Bloggers Network 03/19/2019 15:00
Videography Credit: Irongeek (Adrian Crenshaw, et. al) . Please visit Irongeek for additional videographer credits and important information. Enjoy ! Permalink. The post BSides Columbus 2019, Craig Stuntz’s ‘What On Earth Is Quantum Computing?!? (And Will It Break All My Encryption?)’ appeared first on Security Boulevard .
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Zettasets key manager and data encryption solutions enable organizations to secure data across physical, virtual, and cloud instances, without the complexity of many other available encryption systems.
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