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Apple’s Lion Security Hole Could Be A Wider Issue Than Just FileVault?

techcrunch.com
As you may have seen over the weekend, someone has discovered a security hole in FileVault, which arose with the OS X Lion security update, version 10.7.3, back in February: FileVault encryption passwords are now visible in plain text outside of a computer’s encrypted area. The hole was apparently spotted...
Apple’s Lion Security Hole Could Be A Wider Issue Than Just FileVault?

Aleks Krotoski talks to Andrew Lewman on Tor and anonymity online

www.guardian.co.uk
In the second of our anonymous double-bill interviews Aleks Krotoski talks to Andrew Lewman, executive director of the Tor software project. Tor is an encryption software, known as "onion routing", that allows people to browse online anonymously, hiding their location and avoiding traffic analytics associated with their online activity. The...
Aleks Krotoski talks to Andrew Lewman on Tor and anonymity online

How to encrypt your cloud storage for free

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If you want something done right, you need to do it yourself. That may sound like a trite cliche, but the maxim rings true when it comes to securing files that you've stored online: A handful of recent incidents--including breaches of Dropbox and iCloud--underscores the fact that even with...
How to encrypt your cloud storage for free

Review: BestCrypt lives up to its name with excellent features

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When you name your program BestCrypt, it had better be the best, or something closely approximating it. Well, if BestCrypt isn't the most versatile or best encryption software out there, both the U.S. government and I are barking up the wrong tree. It's full-featured, super stable, fast...and expensive. Add...
Review: BestCrypt lives up to its name with excellent features

When you encrypt a file or a hard drive, is it really secure?

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Porcupins asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum if encryption standards like AES really make your data secure. There's no such thing as perfect security. Someone with sufficient time and money, and a strong enough motive, can crack anything. So the real question becomes: Is your encryption secure enough....
When you encrypt a file or a hard drive, is it really secure?
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