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  1. Affton Post Office to be renamed in honor of fallen soldierRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Oakville Call

    The Affton Post Office at 55 Grasso Plaza will be renamed the Sgt. Amanda N. Pinson Post Office during a dedication ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday, May 6. Sgt.


  2. Quantum Computers Will Break Today's Cyber Protections, Scientists SayRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Government Executive

    ... Internet protocols will need to accept new security algorithms. To prepare for the new era of "post-quantum cryptography," Moody's team wants to ask the public to propose quantum-resistant security algorithms that could become the industry standard. ...


  3. Search For Bitcoin Creator May Not Be Over, Experts Dispute Latest ClaimRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | CBS Local

    ... . An earlier contender named in a 2011 New Yorker magazine piece was Michael Clear, then a graduate student in cryptography at Trinity College in Dublin. The New Yorker cited some of Nakamoto's writings, which used British slang such as "maths" for ...


  4. Whitefield Town Office Computers BreachedRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Lincoln County News

    At approximately 10:30 a.m., Monday, May 2, it became apparent that the town of Whitefield's computer system was breached by an unknown hacker demanding the town to pay an undetermined amount of money through the internet. Fortunately, all information was backed up as of Friday, April 29, and there was no need for the town to either pay the ransom or re-create nine months of transactions.


  5. PyInstaller 3.2Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | Python

    ... Download PyInstaller source, and build the bootloader: New, updated and fixed hooks: CherryPy (#1860), Cryptography (#1425, #1861), enchant (1562), gi.repository.GdkPixbuf (#1843), gst (#1963), Lib2to3 (#1768), PyQt4, PyQt5, PySide (#1783, #1897, ...


  6. IBM Puts Its Twist on Blockchain With New Security FrameworkRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | CNet News

    Once again, IBM has taken an emerging technology and put its own special twist on it to make the technology work for Big Blue and its enterprise customer base. This time it's the blockchain distributed ledger technology that IBM has optimized.


  7. Craig Wright fails, again, to prove he's the Bitcoin creatorRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | TechTarget

    Craig Wright's second attempt to prove he's the Bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, was debunked after fooling the mainstream press, but his motives are still a mystery. Craig Wright, Australian cryptocurrency expert, has tried and failed once again to prove definitively that he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of Bitcoin.


  8. ACM 2015 Technical AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | I programmer

    The ACM has announced the latest recipients of its four major technical awards, chosen for their contributions in the fields of systems software, cryptography, artificial intelligence, and network coding systems. The Association for Computer Machinery is the world's foremost professional membership organization for computing.


  9. Doubt Over Craig Wright's Claim To Be Bitcoin InventorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | I programmer

    ... so fast. While there's a lot of smoke surrounding this particular revelation, with even a little knowledge of cryptography you can see through it. If you wanted to convince me that you were Satoshi with minimum doubt you would find a text message, ...


  10. DDoS Attacks: Evolution, Detection, Prevention, Reaction, and ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 27 | CRC Press

    ... is a professor in computer science and engineering at Tezpur University, where he earned his PhD degree in cryptography and error-control coding in 1999. His research areas include network security, data mining, and bioinformatics. He has published ...


  11. Aging and bloated OpenSSL is purged of 2 high-severity bugsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ars Technica

    Maintainers of the OpenSSL cryptographic library have patched high-severity holes that could make it possible for attackers to decrypt login credentials or execute malicious code on Web servers. The updates were released Tuesday morning for both versions 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of OpenSSL, which a large portion of the Internet relies on to cryptographically protect sensitive Web and e-mail traffic using the transport layer security protocol .


  12. Quantum computers pose a huge threat to security, and the NIST wants your helpRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | PC World

    It's no secret that quantum computers could render many of today's encryption methods useless, and now the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology wants the public to help it head off that threat. The federal agency recently published a report focusing on cryptography in a quantum world that outlines a long-term approach for avoiding the problem before it happens.


  13. Fix the #44United Edition: Downbeat #1904Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | SLC Dunk

    ... States Code which coincidentally, and I'm not making this stuff up, refers to cryptology. More generally, cryptography is about constructing and analyzing protocols that prevent third parties or the public from reading private messages. So why is 44 ...


  14. Message in a molecule: 'Invisible ink' lets you send private...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday

    ... impossible' because they are protected by three different defence mechanisms. They include steganography, cryptography and by entering a password, which are used to hide, encrypt or prevent access to the information, respectively. Dr Margulies said: ...


  15. Who created bitcoin? Long mystery still not solvedRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | CBS News

    ... An earlier contender named in a 2011 New Yorker magazine piece was Michael Clear, then a graduate student in cryptography at Trinity College in Dublin. The New Yorker cited some of Nakamoto's writings, which used British slang such as "maths" for ...


  16. Adding end-to-end encrypted messaging to your app just got a lot easierRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | TechCrunch

    ... intended recipient - even the company that supplies the messaging service.) That's why Dain is keeping Virgil's cryptography protocol open-source - so it can be audited by anyone at any time. Twilio expects to see most of its clients implementing ...


  17. How Craig Wright Privately 'Proved' He Created BitcoinRead the original story

    13 hrs ago |

    When rumors surfaced early last month that Australian cryptographer Craig Wright would attempt to prove that he created Bitcoin, Gavin Andresen remained skeptical. As the chief scientist of the Bitcoin Foundation, his opinion counts: Andresen is among the earliest programmers for the cryptocurrency, and likely the one who has corresponded more than anyone with Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin's pseudonymous, long-lost inventor.


  18. Has Craig Wright proved he is Satoshi?Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | BBC News

    Scepticism has greeted a claim by Craig Wright that he is the inventor of Bitcoin. His claim has been subjected to scrutiny on social media, discussion forums and message boards.


  19. JUCE 4.2.1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 30 | Softpedia

    ... on Mac and iOS. The JUCE framework includes classes and modules for audio processing, devices and formats, cryptography, data structures, video playback and recording, and more. Not only that it can successfully handle the audio processing part, but ...


  20. Why everyone wants to know if Craig Wright really invented BitcoinRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    ... become a cottage industry for journalists and online sleuths. In 2011, The New Yorker focused speculation on cryptography researcher Michael Clear, who denied it. Newsweek fingered Japanese-American engineer Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto more than a year ...