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Noted cryptographer waxes on the threats posed by physical cyber systems, ‘going dark’ and a crypto arms race.
Scott Helme, the well-known security researcher, international speaker and the founder of the securityheaders.com and report-uri.com free tools for web security, has devoted himself to improving the security environment of the internet for the past decade. Threatpost sat down with Helme to discuss the state of web security, particularly on the encryption front — including certificate...
Virtual machines that use AMD’s hardware-based encryption scheme are vulnerable to attacks that can extract the full contents of their main memory – in plaintext.
Cloud migration and automated systems, data privacy and encryption all remain central issues for the FBI as it considers its mandate and role in the modern digital age.
The flaws threaten to expose corporate communications in Outlook as well as the messages of at-risk users like political dissidents.
WhatsApp said that claims that infiltrators can add themselves to an encrypted group chat without being noticed is incorrect.
The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol announced new restrictions on when agents can copy data from digital devices at border crossing points.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General and other top cyber policy makers warn the use of strong encryption hobbles law enforcement’s ability to protect the public and solve crimes and is a serious problem.
Google, through Google Domains, operates many TLDs, and this week said it would begin enforcing HSTS on those TLDs. HSTS forces secure client connections over HTTPS.
Signal is testing out a new private contact discovery service that will let the app determine if a user has Signal contacts in their address book, but forbid its servers from accessing the users’ address book.