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  1. Ciphrex Co-CEO, Blockchain Technology Expert to Lead Workshop on...Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Freshnews

    ... securely store and transact in digital assets. The company's enterprise grade software is based on public-key cryptography and blockchain technology focusing on four key aspects: security, simplicity, speed and scalability. Ciphrex recently raised ...

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  2. Essential Skills: Man In The Middle AttacksRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 8 | 3000 NewsWire

    Lenovo recently made news in the security industry, and it was not good news. The PC manufacturer was shipping a copy of the Superfish malware with its machines.

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  3. Who Did the Eavesdropping?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | OpEdNews

    Israel's alleged spying on the marathon high stakes negotiations over Iran's nuclear program in Lausanne Switzerland has produced remarkably little reaction in the mainstream media. Israel has denied that it was spying but the White House has revealed that there was "eavesdropping" by Israel and added that the information was shared with members of Congress opposed to any agreement to deliberately undermine the Administration's efforts.

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  4. INSIDE Secure Introduces DRM Fusion Essential at the NAB Show 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Design And Reuse

    ... by HTTP Live Streaming, the content can be encrypted and protected by the AES128 government approved strong cryptography. DRM Fusion Essential robust implementation of this algorithm protects the keys while videos are decrypted. The light but secure ...

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  5. spake2 0.2Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Python

    This allows two parties, who share a weak password, to safely derive a strong shared secret . A passive attacker who eavesdrops on the connection learns no information about the password or the generated secret.

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  6. Why You Need to Scan for Open Source VulnerabilitiesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 8 | CMSWire

    ... example, last year's Heartbleed virus, possibly open source's lowest moment. One error exploited in the OpenSSL cryptography library affected hundreds of millions of websites. Here's another characteristic of the "good old days" for open source: it ...

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  7. Organizations scrambling to update servers for payment card systemsRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | ITWorld Canada

    ... exploits by Poodle and Beast. The PCI Council mandates that organizations have to use a protocol with strong cryptography to pass a security audit. Even before that Washington had said SSL was no longer acceptable for organizations needing secure ...

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  8. Merchants need to start planning TLS migrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | CIO

    ... the Council said. "Because of these weaknesses, no version of SSL meets PCI SSC's definition of 'strong cryptography.'" In the bulletin, the Council promised an update to its Data Security Standard. That update is due out this month, said Brooks. ...

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  9. Coherence, WebLogic and Java SE 8 by Rene van WijkRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | Oracle

    ... support JDBC 4.2. When running using SSL connections with JCE on JDK 8, it may be necessary to install the Java Cryptography Extension Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 8 . As an example, we will use the application presented in the post ...

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  10. TrueCrypt cryptographic audit turns up little to fearRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Macworld

    Most desktop cryptography relies on software created and maintained by corporations, often based on open standards, but requiring a level of trust in that firm's ability to resist government efforts to weaken it as well as believing they can validate and audit their own code well enough to find and then repair serious flaws. Open-source projects, whether in the world of free software or other license structures, supposedly had the advantage that anyone could examine the code for flaws or injections.

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  11. TrueCrypt's Security Audit Is Finally Done, with (Mostly) Good ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Lifehacker

    TrueCrypt, one of our favorite encryption tools of the past few years , has finally finished undergoing a security audit. Here's how it fared, and what that means for you.

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  12. Pci DSS 3.1 update to cover SSL vulnerabilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Finextra Research news

    ... etc -Ed ], no version of the SSL protocol meets the PCI Security Standards Council definition of 'strong cryptography [ any longer ].'" Industry Reaction Commenting on the surprise PCI SSC move, Michael Aminzade, vice president of global compliance ...

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  13. Education and innovationRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | The Day

    ... the impact of innovative technologies in various spheres of human life, such as security, e-healthcare, energy, cryptography, design, eye-tracking systems. In particular, there was a lively discussion of the car's transformation into a... ...

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  14. Security conference effectively bans booth babes from its show floorRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | Engadget

    The issue of booth babes -- scantily clad people attempting to lure unsuspecting buyers towards second-rate products -- has once again reared its head within the industry. This time out, cryptography and information security gathering RSA has effectively banned them, mandating that all attendees will wear clothing that's appropriate for a professional environment.

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  15. Basics of quantum teleportation now fit on a single chipRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | Engadget

    ... is a big deal for quantum computing as a whole. It's no longer outlandish to imagine reasonably-sized quantum cryptography devices that give you airtight communications, and the technology you see here is ultimately vital to building true quantum ...

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  16. Eugene Kaspersky: Know Your Particular Strengths and Make Them Work Towards Your GoalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | Switched

    ... cybersecurity expert, entrepreneur and Chairman & CEO of Kaspersky Lab. His specialized education in cryptography helped him analyze the encrypted virus and understand its behavior and then develop a removal tool for it. As a result, in 1990, Eugene ...

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  17. Secure encryption systems against side-channel attacksRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Electronic Engineering Times Asia

    ... against such side-channel attacks starts with understanding how such attacks operate. At its very essence, cryptography is a branch of mathematics dealing with efficiently computable transforms that convert inputs to outputs using additional data ...

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  18. Bitt officially launched in BarbadosRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | Trinidad Guardian

    Founded in 2013 by Gabriel Abed and Oliver Gale, the company has partnered with Avatar Capital to expand operations in the growing cryptocurrency industry. This latest partnership has firmly established Bitt as the frontrunner in the Caribbean's burgeoning cryptocurrency ecosystem.

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  19. Consumers expect smart homes by 2020Read the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Aurora Era-Banner

    ... things with an enormous install base in Smartphones, tablets and PCs, a simple pairing process and AES-128 bit cryptography for maximum security. "While consumers feel smart home devices aren't quite mainstream yet, Bluetooth is already paving the ...

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  20. Firefox 37 Debuts With Opportunistic Encryption, Security FixesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2015 | CNet News

    In addition to security patches, Mozilla's latest open-source browser release includes a new feedback feature to help users share their views on Firefox. Mozilla today released its Firefox 37 browser, providing users with security patches for 13 different security advisories as well as adding new security and user-experience features.

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