Blog Posts Tagged with "Encryption"

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The Private Communication Encryption Conundrum

July 08, 2013 Added by:Keith Mendoza

Demanding that communication providers offer encryption of private communication is great; however, there are major hurdles that needs to be overcome from a technological and usability standpoint.

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Complimentary IT Security Resources [May 13, 2013]

May 13, 2013 Added by:InfosecIsland News

As an Infosec Island reader, we are pleased to offer you the following complimentary IT security resources for the week of May 13, 2013.

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Top 10 Encryption Benefits

April 30, 2013 Added by:Steve Pate

If deployed correctly, encryption does not need to be a headache. Instead, encryption can be an enabler to achieve the flexibility, compliance and data privacy that is required in today’s business environments. Below are top 10 benefits for those considering encryption.

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Are you meeting your perceived security obligations?

January 19, 2013 Added by:Tripwire Inc

Security professionals today identify lack of qualified talent and lack of organizational funding as a key problem to their daily job; which probably implies that they are doing what they can with what they have; which likely may not meet expectations...

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Cybersecurity and 'Smart Encryption'

December 20, 2012 Added by:Larry Karisny

Paul “Prem” Sobel is a Cal Tech MS in electrical engineering and has dedicated a 40-year career to protecting mission-critical systems. He worked with IBM, NASA, Northrop and Intel before launching MerlinCryption LLC. In this edited interview, Sobel discusses security technologies and critical infrastructure vulnerabilities...

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Low-Cost Ways to Make Your Network More Secure

November 26, 2012 Added by:Marc Quibell

There are improvements you can introduce that are seamless, low-cost , don't present a new burden to your users, and/or are easy to implement. So in between your major IT Security projects that may or may not happen, why not improve you security posture and lower your overall risks?

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Everyday Cryptography: Fundamental Principles and Applications

November 20, 2012 Added by:Ben Rothke

Key management is one of the most important aspects of cryptography and often the most difficult. Part of the difficulty around key management is at the user level, with key updates, passphrase management and more. Ultimately, effective key management is essential to the underlying security of the cryptosystem...

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Privacy in Ubuntu 12.10: Full Disk Encryption

November 12, 2012 Added by:Electronic Frontier Foundation

Full Disk Encryption (FDE) is one of the best ways you can ensure all of the private information on your laptop stays private in case it's lost, seized, stolen, or if you choose to sell or give away your computer in the future. This feature has been built-in to many GNU/Linux distributions, including Ubuntu...

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Ubuntu Snafu: Privacy Is Hard, Let’s Go Shopping

November 10, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn

Amusingly, the plugin’s flood of attention means it is already racking up quite the bug count. For example, it does not currently do any NSFW prevention, and the results are returned in plaintext also. Have fun explaining that one to the ol’ boss-a-roni...

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HTTPS Everywhere 3.0 Protects 1,500 More Sites

October 31, 2012 Added by:Electronic Frontier Foundation

We released version 3.0 of HTTPS Everywhere, which adds encryption protection to 1,500 more websites, twice as many as previous stable releases. Our current estimate is that HTTPS Everywhere 3 should encrypt at least a hundred billion page views in the next year, and trillions of individual HTTP requests...

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Steganography: Hiding In Plain Sight

October 18, 2012 Added by:Alan Woodward

I recently wrote a piece for the BBC in which I tried to explain why steganography (as opposed to cryptography) posed a threat. Or least it might. The trouble is we don't really know, and the default position has been to assume that because we haven't discovered it being used en masse the threat is negligible...

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Secure Communications in Harsh Environments

October 02, 2012 Added by:Patrick Oliver Graf

For a long time, hackers only targeted the IT systems of offices or individuals. This, however, has changed as the bad guys more frequently go after unconventional targets, like industrial and oil plants, refineries of all kinds, power grids or water utilities...

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When Log Files Attack: IEEE Data Leak

September 28, 2012 Added by:Tripwire Inc

The fact that usernames and passwords were being logged to a plaintext file itself is problematic, even if the passwords are being hashed when stored in a database, if such data is logged in plain text it defeats the entire purpose...

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Let Me out Of Your .NET Work: Server Build

September 19, 2012 Added by:Rob Fuller

First you have to get rid of all other services. That’s harder than you would first assume, because you have to admin the box some how. You could toss SSH on a really high port, or have some kind of backend management, or just remove things from running on a multi-IP’d box...

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Don’t Wait for UK Snoopers’ Charter: Encrypt Wikipedia Now

September 17, 2012 Added by:Electronic Frontier Foundation

Rather than waiting for bad legislation, Wikipedians should take this opportunity to make one relatively small technical change that could serve as a bulwark against all kinds of government surveillance, filtering and data retention laws...

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Chapcrack and CloudCracker Unlock MS-CHAPv2-Based VPN Traffic

September 06, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle

A recently released article explains in detail how to crack MS-CHAPv2 communication used in many PPTP based VPNs with a 100% success rate. But that is not all, the protocol is also used in WPA2 enterprise environments for connecting to Radius authentication servers. Ouch...

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