Posts tagged "computer encryption"

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4 Things You Must Know About Those Rogue Cellphone Towers

16th September, 2014
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CryptoLocker Is Dead: Here’s How You Can Get Your Files Back!

14th August, 2014
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Smartphone & Laptop Searches: Know Your Rights

14th August, 2014
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PGP Me: Pretty Good Privacy Explained

1st July, 2014
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TrueCrypt Is Dead: 4 Disk Encryption Alternatives For Windows

30th June, 2014
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Lessons Learned From Don’t Spy On Us: Your Guide To Internet Privacy

29th June, 2014
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Google Launches Anti-Snooping Efforts With Email Encryption Tool For Chrome

5th June, 2014
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Edward Snowden Talks, TrueCrypt Mystery, Ballmer Buys L.A. Clippers [Tech News Digest]

30th May, 2014
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What Is Mac OS X FileVault & How Do I Use It?

28th May, 2014
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3 Dangers Of Logging On To Public Wi-Fi

22nd April, 2014
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Don’t Leave Sensitive Files Exposed, Hide Them With Hider 2 for Mac

16th April, 2014
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Danger Confirmed: Heartbleed Really Does Open Up Crypto Keys to Hackers

14th April, 2014
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How To Spend And Store Bitcoins Safely, Easily, and for Free

31st March, 2014
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Keybase Wants To Bring Encryption To The Masses. Here’s How.

24th March, 2014
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Syme – A New Social Network With Encrypted Groups to Prevent Spying

9th December, 2013

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3 Dangers Of Logging On To Public Wi-Fi

April 22, 2014

You’ve heard that you shouldn’t open PayPal, your bank account and possibly even your email while using public WiFi. But what are the actual risks? Well, your home WiFi is (hopefully) encrypted; the WiFi at the coffee shop isn’t. This means you’re at risk of people monitoring your online activity, or worse – unless you […]

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Danger Confirmed: Heartbleed Really Does Open Up Crypto Keys to Hackers

April 14, 2014

The debate is over regarding whether the new OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability could be utilized to obtain private encryption keys from vulnerable servers and websites. Cloudflare has confirmed that private encryption keys are at risk.

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Smartphone & Laptop Searches: Know Your Rights

August 14, 2014

Do you know what your rights are when travelling overseas with a laptop, smartphone or hard drive?

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Securing Dropbox: 6 Steps To Take For Safer Cloud Storage

October 1, 2013

Dropbox isn’t the most secure cloud storage service out there. But for those of you who wish to stay with Dropbox the tips here will help you maximize your account’s security.

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