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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: encryption

CRBR Encryptor: A Ransomware By Any Other Name Would Encrypt as Well

It's not unusual for brands to occasionally have to re-envision themselves. Apparently this applies to legitimate and illicit brands equally.

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Senate Floats Encryption Bill (Ack)

Just as What’s App began offering end-to-end encryption for its one billion plus users that effectively prevents anyone--including law enforcement--from reading users’ messages, members of the Senate floated the first draft of a bill aptly named "Compliance with Court Orders Act of 2016.” The bill seeks to require compliance with court orders for data.

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Who is more secure - Facebook or the botnets?

The recent release of the firesheep plugin, which makes it trivially easy for anyone running it to "sidejack" anyone else on the same unsecured public wifi network, highlights how insecure many popular websites (including social media sites such as Facebook) are. Even if the actual login is encrypted, typically subsequent data is sent unencrypted and that includes the key login session cookie. Firesheep allows its users to capture those cookies and use them themselves.

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