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German Government: Use Chrome if You Want to Stay Safe Online

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Google's Chrome browser had it worst month on record in January, thanks to being demoted in Google's own search results for breaking Google's own online marketing rules. Today, the Chrome team has something to celebrate, though: Germany's Federal Office for Information Security (the Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik, or...
German Government: Use Chrome if You Want to Stay Safe Online

Rocstor Lancer LX (500GB)

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The 500GB, $115 Lancer LX is a ruggedized portable hard drive with both USB 3.0 and Firewire 800 ports for good performance on both PCs and Macs. In our tests, the Lancer LX finished in third place overall, just behind the two WD drives and just ahead of the...
Rocstor Lancer LX (500GB)

Still putting your PGP-protected PC in hibernate? $300 app can hack it

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truecrypt.org Cracking PGP, TrueCrypt and other strong encryption packages just got more affordable, with the release of a $300 package that can pluck decryption keys out of computer memory in certain cases. Thursday's release of the Elcomsoft Forensic Disk Decryptor poses the biggest threat to people who leave their...
Still putting your PGP-protected PC in hibernate? $300 app can hack it

Review: DiskCryptor a worthwhile encryption program that's easy to use

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DiskCryptor (free) is a handy encryption program--simple, to the point, and lightweight. My preference is to encrypt entire drives and partitions, which is the level at which I organize my data these days, and that's exactly what DiskCryptor does--even with your system partition. The program takes that one further...
Review: DiskCryptor a worthwhile encryption program that's easy to use

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

This $299 tool is reportedly capable of cracking BitLocker, PGP, and TrueCrypt disks in real-time

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Russian firm ElcomSoft on Thursday announced the release of Elcomsoft Forensic Disk Decryptor (EFDD), a new forensic tool that can reportedly access information stored in disks and volumes encrypted with desktop and portable versions of BitLocker, PGP, and TrueCrypt. EFDD runs on all 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows XP,...
This $299 tool is reportedly capable of cracking BitLocker, PGP, and TrueCrypt disks in real-time
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