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  1. SK Telecom, Florida Atlantic teaming on quantum cryptographyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    South Korean market leader SK Telecom today signed a research collaboration deal with Florida Atlantic University, pledging to work on the development of secure communications using quantum physics. SK Telecom says it had demonstrated its quantum cryptography system on Capitol Hill in September.


  2. secondguard 1.1.10Read the original story

    3 hrs ago | Python

    When you want to decrypt that data in the future, you'll ask SecondGuard for the original key to decrypt: You can also decrypt locally using your private seed. To verify this is working as designed, turn off your internet connection and then run: for examples for all methods.


  3. Mass surveillance and a crisis of social responsibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Scoop

    ... give a public lecture at the University of Auckland next week. Professor Phillip Rogaway is a researcher in cryptography in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Davis. Cryptography is the computerised encoding and ...


  4. Capturing a single photonRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    ... states of light that are useful for basic scientific research, through eavesdropping on imperfect quantum-cryptography systems that rely on single photons, to increasing the security of your own quantum-communication systems," Dayan said. Removing a ...


  5. Glenn Greenwald Stands by the Official NarrativeRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Dissident Voice

    ... behind closed doors. It's not like that hasn't happened before during an earlier debate about allegedly strong cryptography. Subtle zero-day flaws are, after all, plausibly deniable. How can the self-professed advocate of adversarial journalism be ...


  6. From 'A Beautiful Mind' to 'A Christmas Story':...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Cryptography is a complex field of mathematics that gets more complicated every day, and yet movies that feature ciphers, code breaking and puzzles that would break the minds of most math students make cryptography seem quick and easy. This film based on Alan Turing who was a pioneer in computer science and cryptanalysis , won a Best Writing Oscar plus 7 other nominations including Best Picture.


  7. FAU and SK Telecom, South Korea's Largest Telecommunications Company, ...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Information Technology

    ... Science, the Department of Mathematical Sciences, and the Department of Physics. As a leading player in quantum cryptography, in September, SK Telecom demonstrated its quantum cryptography system and a true random number generator (QRNG) at the U.S. ...


  8. How has the NIST random number generation guidance changed?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | TechTarget

    ... that the entropy of the data streams that are used to seed the random number generators on systems using the cryptography library OpenSSL were often very low. This results in the generation of more easily guessable keys for encryption. Google's ...


  9. Founding a startup doesn't mean you have to be its CEORead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Canadian Business Magazine

    ... Martin founded Nymi in 2011. The Nymi wristband was the product of six years of research in biometrics, cryptography and security systems. The job of a CEO required Martin to oversee both the business and product side of things. "But because of my ...


  10. Cryptanalysis of Algebraic EraserRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Schneier on Security

    Algebraic Eraser is a public-key key-agreement protocol that's patented and being pushed by a company for the Internet of Things, primarily because it is efficient on small low-power devices. There's a new cryptanalytic attack .


  11. Decrypting the Encryption DebateRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Government Executive

    ... was already being watched. France recently loosened its own government restrictions on encryption so as long as cryptography is only used for authentication and integrity purposes, it can be freely employed by anyone in that country. Thus, using ...


  12. Tapping particles of lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | EurekAlert!

    ... states of light that are useful for basic scientific research, through eavesdropping on imperfect quantum-cryptography systems that rely on single photons, to increasing the security of your own quantum-communication systems. The existence of ...


  13. yokadi 1.0.0Read the original story

    Sunday | Python

    ... them with: pip install -r extra-requirements.txt These modules are needed for the Yokadi Daemon and for the cryptography features. # Quickstart Here is an example of a short Yokadi session: Start Yokadi: ./bin/yokadi Using default database ...


  14. py_nist_beacon 0.4.0Read the original story

    Sunday | Python

    As one would expect, there are a number of properties and methods available on it.


  15. P Vs. NP: The Assumption That Runs The InternetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | Smashing Magazine

    ... can shop, share and work on the Internet because of secrets, and all of those secrets are based on math. . That cryptography is based on finding two large numbers that, multiplied


  16. Dark Markets: Anonymity in BitcoinRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | Information Technology

    Based on cryptography and a decentralized ledger, it has simultaneously been heralded as the future of finance and a gateway to the criminal underworld.i 1 2 Governments around the world are pushing an agenda which would see the banning of end-to-end encryption on one hand and the anonymity of Bitcoin on another. End-to-end encryption has become increasingly popular across consumer software from Apple's iMessage to WhatsApp.


  17. Secret origins of Telegram, the encrypted messaging app favoured by ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Broadcast channels used by IS are rapidly being shut down by Berlin-based mobile messaging service Telegram, but the group is creating new channels just as quickly. An encrypted communications app called Telegram has been in the news a lot recently, amid fears that Islamic State has adopted it as its preferred platform for messaging.


  18. Weizmann Institute Scientists Single Out Individual Photons from a Pulse of LightRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Newswise

    ... states of light that are useful for basic scientific research, through eavesdropping on imperfect quantum-cryptography systems that rely on single photons, to increasing the security of your own quantum-communication systems." The existence of ...


  19. Why Behavior Can Be the Most Secure PasswordRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | PSFK

    ... with Neil Costigan, the CEO at BehavioSec, who has worked in the IT security, mobile security space, mainly in cryptography, PKI, certificates and encryption to talk about the future of cyber security and user convenience. Neil : BehavioSec copies ...


  20. Recharge Wrap-up: Automakers talk connected cars, Toyota's CNG haulerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Autoblog

    ... Tesla put forth four suggested security principles for the security of connected cars. Those include standard cryptography ("signing") used by automakers, measures to prohibit direct connection over the internet, isolation of a car's networked ...