Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
This allows man-in-the-middle attackers with access to revoked, but otherwise valid, certificates to manipulate encrypted traffic
Zimperium says Telegram doesn't protect content in memory, but Telegram says it's hard to defend against
The U.S. should be able to craft a legal framework to let government agencies read encrypted data, NSA director Michael Rogers says.
Phase two of the project will begin shortly and will be done by a professional team of consultants
Websites will now be able to instruct the browser to always reach them over HTTPS
Security researchers spotted improved versions of ransomware programs for both Windows and Android.
Even technologies designed to preserve privacy can reveal identities when not used thoughtfully, as Silk Road's Ross Ulbricht learned last week.
Chip makers such as ARM and Intel are working to improve security in software and hardware
Sometimes a PDF needs encryption. Sometimes it doesn't. Here's how and when you can remove unneeded encryption.
Verizon is rethinking how it tampers with user web traffic just as the U.S. Senate starts asking questions.
Website owners still using 1024-bit SSL certificates should replace them with 2048-bit ones
The agency says it will disclose all contributions from the National Security Agency
Not sure how to deal with sticking your stuff in the cloud? Determining your cloud 'personality' can help.
The creator of Cryptocat and miniLock is back with yet another encryption tool .
Encryption could impact other computer activities, and it could also make file recovery harder. Here's how to encrypt without regrets.