Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
The company hopes to have it in action by year end
Yes, you read that right. And BlackBerry didn't even make it.
Ugh - the program encrypts game saves, mods, maps and other user-generated content for a large number of popular games.
The U.S. government still supports using encryption but has questions about law enforcement access to data
The Dell Endpoint Security Suite offers a set of interconnected capabilities that secure the data on employee laptops and desktop computers
A secret CIA-sponsored conference reportedly hosted talks on stealing encryption keys from Apple devices and infecting them with malware
Full encryption is still the goal, but many Android handset makers still need to work out the kinks with Lollipop performance.
US export restrictions on encryption technology from the 1990s have come back to haunt the modern Web.
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.