Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
A Firefox plug-in called Firesheep illustrates how easy it is to eavesdrop wireless traffic, and provides the tool to enable anyone to do it.
A Firefox browser add-on called Firesheep makes hacking Facebook, Twitter, and Windows Live accounts a snap over unencrypted wireless networks.
These four password managers (1Password, Clipperz, LastPass, RoboForm) offer security anytime, anywhere
Symantec announced a new tools and services to help IT admins, communications providers, and end users protect and secure mobile devices and the data they contain.
Indeed whatever the reason, encryption technologies seem to be behind a series of important security happenings of late.
The ACLU has sued the US government claiming that laptop searches without cause are a violation of Fourth Amendment rights, but you can take steps of your own to get your data across the border without legal action.
If you're both adults, can someone you're living with spy on your Internet habits?
Feature-laden security utility Encrypt Stick runs from a flash drive and installs no software on your PC.
The useful free TrueCrypt download protects your private information with minimal fuss.
Back up, sync, and encrypt with free and portable utility Toucan.
Google's new SSL-encrypted search guards search data crossing the Web, and locally.
Analysis: Hide your searches from packet sniffers that want to know what you're looking for.
USANomad asked the Answer Line forum how to let visiting friends wirelessly access the Internet but not his PC