Cryptography Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Vectorial Polarization Modes Platform Realized with Jones Vectors in MathematicaRead the original story

    Wednesday May 11 | Wolfram

    The fundamental concept in physics of polarization propagation of electromagnetic waves is newly understood to be a cardinal keyword in quantum cryptography transport technology and the Standard Model. Interactive visualization of the propagation mechanism of polarized electromagnetism in a medium with its helicity has received attention recently from scientists in the age of information and communication.

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  2. Crypto-Finance will transform financial services! - community blog from Mariana KushchakRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 11 | Finextra Research news

    Virtual currency or virtual money was defined in 2012 by the European Central Bank as "a type of unregulated, digital money, which is issued and usually controlled by its developers, and used and accepted among the members of a specific virtual community." Today, hundreds of virtual crypto-currencies are emerging over the world as a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions and to control the generation of new units.

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  3. Naver Licenses whiteCryption to Secure Global Live Streaming Service V LiveRead the original story

    Wednesday May 11 | Freshnews

    ... thanks to its secure features." whiteCryption is a leading provider of software code protection and white-box cryptography products. whiteCryption, an Intertrust company, supplies its patented technologies to the world's leading software, hardware ...

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  4. Off the Shelf: Puzzles, Polemics, and PatternsBooks by Laura Kipnis,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 11 | Nuvo

    There's much to be learned about who we are from the various ways we fill our downtime. From games and gaming to puzzles and crafting, our preferences and tastes during leisure time can prove indicators of other aspects of ourselves, individually and as a social body.

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  5. SPYRUS NcryptNshare(TM) Product Line Answers National Concerns for...Read the original story

    Wednesday May 11 | Freshnews

    ... solutions. NcryptNshare applications are the only file sharing solutions that apply advanced elliptic curve cryptography to provide key and data protection in hardware. SPYRUS patent pending encrypt, seal, and sharing security service can guarantee ...

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  6. MarkLogic Continues to Transform the Database Market With Early Access to MarkLogic 9Read the original story

    Tuesday May 10 | Information Technology

    ... an advanced encryption capability that protects data from hackers and insider threats using standards-based cryptography, advanced key management, and granular separation of duties. New redaction features eliminate the exposure of sensitive ...

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  7. Report: Companies in the Dark About Their Open Source Risk ExposureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 10 | LinuxInsider

    ... the audited applications contained components vulnerable to Heartbleed, a security vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptography library widely used in the Transport Layer Security protocol. The same ratio contained components vulnerable to Poodle. That ...

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  8. The eloquent Cerber RansomwareRead the original story

    Tuesday May 10 | Indy Media

    ... are necessary for the system to operate in a stable way. Then, it encrypts every match using symmetric AES-256 cryptography and also encodes the filenames, concatenating the .cerber extension at the end. The extortionists ask for 1.24 BTC for ...

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  9. PSPDFKit Framework SizeRead the original story

    Tuesday May 10 | Michael Tsai's Weblog

    The PSPDFKit SDK covers most of the PDF specification, which contains thousands of pages, and thus is quite complex. PSPDFKit includes a complete PDF renderer, cryptography and many UI components.

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

    Tuesday May 3 | 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. ...

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

    Tuesday May 3 | 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 ...

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  12. Whitefield Town Office Computers BreachedRead the original story

    Tuesday May 3 | 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.

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  13. PyInstaller 3.2Read the original story

    Tuesday May 3 | 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, ...

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

    Tuesday May 3 | 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.

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

    Tuesday May 3 | 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.

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

    Monday May 2 | 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.

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

    Monday May 2 | 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, ...

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

    Apr 27, 2016 | 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 ...

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

    Tuesday May 3 | 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 .

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

    Tuesday May 3 | 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.

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