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iTwin's New SecureBox Feature Links With Dropbox And Encrypts Your Sensitive Files

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iTwin made some waves back in 2009 when it revealed its $99 namesake computer-connecting USB dongles at TC50, and the team has been working on ways to extend the thing’s functionality ever since. Now, the company is ready to show off the fruits of its labor with a new feature...
iTwin's New SecureBox Feature Links With Dropbox And Encrypts Your Sensitive Files

Lock and encode your flash drives with BitLocker To Go encryption in Windows 8

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Losing your USB flash drive before a big presentation is a terrible way to start a Monday. Losing a drive that also contains valuable personal data or confidential company information will ruin your whole week--and maybe your career. Luckily, Windows users can easily hedge their bets against such disasters...
Lock and encode your flash drives with BitLocker To Go encryption in Windows 8

Find your own private Internet with Freenet

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Anonymous peer-to-peer communication on the Internet isn't just a handy tool for privacy enthusiasts; it's critical for preserving free speech in the digital world. Anonymous file-sharing services like BitTorrent are legion, but their utility is limited--you can share only files--and their reputations are unfairly tarnished by people who use...
Find your own private Internet with Freenet

Australian Census Data Released Under CC License, But Official Site Tries To Make It Hard To Download

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The whole point about adopting Creative Commons licenses is to make it easier for people to share and use works released under them. Sometimes, though, you get the impression that certain organizations adopting these licenses would rather that didn't happen, as in the following case from Australia, reported by...
Australian Census Data Released Under CC License, But Official Site Tries To Make It Hard To Download

Security Hole Allows Pirates to Get a Legitimate Windows 8 Activation for Free

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A new security hole has been discovered in Microsoft’s product activation process that allows pirates to get a free legitimate activation of Windows 8 using the current Windows Media Center upgrade promotion. Pirates have been having a harder time with Windows 8 because Microsoft no longer allows volume keys...
Security Hole Allows Pirates to Get a Legitimate Windows 8 Activation for Free

Responsive-content: This jQuery plugin lets you easily serve different HTML to different devices

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Forked from pjax (pushState + ajax), Responsive-content is a jQuery plugin created by developer Stephan Fowler that lets you serve different content to different devices. As Fowler explains, Responsive-content goes hand in hand with common responsive design techniques, but acts on a different level. For example, CSS media queries make it easy to resize the...
Responsive-content: This jQuery plugin lets you easily serve different HTML to different devices

Los Alamos has been running a demo quantum key distribution system

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The first generation hardware. The authors are already building something that will be significantly smaller. The encryption that we rely on to secure network transactions is based on a simple computational challenge: it's hard to find two prime numbers when you're only given the big number that they produce...
Los Alamos has been running a demo quantum key distribution system
One year after the infamous raid on his mansion, Kim Dotcom returns with launch of new Mega site
New Megaupload will use advanced encryption to evade copyright cops

Governments Using, Also Fretting, Encrypted Communications App

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As Glyn recently wrote about, while governments around the world are busy diving further and further into their citizens personal communications over their cell phones and the internet, the implementation of cryptography has been slow to catch up. We could point to several reasons for this, but chief among them...
Governments Using, Also Fretting, Encrypted Communications App
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