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The service, which allows for fine administrator control of messaging, is free to try through later this year
The Cryptolocker takedown led to a better designed, more resilient ransomware threat
Both carriers and government now have an interest in how users keep their online lives private
NIST needs to improve its cryptographic expertise in order to challenge advice received from the NSA when developing standards, report says
A security breach at India's National Informatics Centre resulted in at least 45 rogue digital certificates for Google and Yahoo domains
Invisible.im aims to allow people to have online chats but leave little digital forensic evidence
Someone blackmailed Nokia in 2007 by threatenting to leak a digital key the company used to sign Symbian applications, a news report says.
Business overseas is as strong as ever, Werner Vogels says
A hardcoded encryption key allows recovering files held hostage by the Simplocker Android malware
Importing and exporting data from Amazon Simple Storage Service requires TrueCrypt
Carriers in Europe and the Americas have committed to selling the secure handset, Silent Circle and Geeksphone say
A spokesman for Comcast says that the company plans to work with Google's Gmail to enable encryption, after Google essentially calls the company out for its lack of security.
Don't trust TrueCrypt anymore. Take a look at a few of the options available to you.
Now that TrueCrypt is seemingly gone, here's how to get started with BitLocker, the encryption tool Microsoft built right into many versions of Windows.
The TrueCrypt Web page is now encouraging users to instead encrypt files using Microsoft's Bitlocker technology, because of apparent security issues. Is TrueCrypt dead?
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