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Convert asterisk-masked letters in password fields into normal text.
Cocoa front-end for SSH, SFTP and SCP.
Reveal the contents of password fields in clear text.
Add hot-key (WIN+V) that allows you to paste text to any application without formatting.
Protect yourself from potential online identity theft.
Encrypt any number of selected portions of your public Web page.
communicate with an open TCP / UDP port
Allows you to easily manage and download podcasts from the command line.
QuickSwipe P2PE provides all of the benefits of Bluefins QuickSwipe mobile POS system but with the added security of PCI-validated Point-to-Point...
Hackers who took credit for the Stratfor attack say they've breached retailer SpecialForces.com and posted stolen credit cards and passwords.
A series of tweets claim that Anonymous has hacked Stratfor's e-mail and client list, including snagging credit card numbers. Stratfor's site is "undergoing maintenance."
A range of mobile apps examined by security firm ViaForensics found a significant number storing user names unencrypted and a smaller number storing passwords the same way.
A rundown of what we know so far: how PSN got hacked, what Sony is doing about it, whether credit cards were stolen, and how the company is trying to regain the trust of its customers.
Following PlayStation Network news, Sony takes down online entertainment service and warns even more customers that their data may have been exposed in the intrusion into their systems two weeks ago.
The development of enterprise-class key management systems lags well behind the adoption of encryption technologies, says analyst Jon Oltsik.
Company advisory focuses on two flaws in NAC Appliance software that controls network access.
FBI's Zalmai Azmi discusses the agency's existing cumbersome systems and its seemingly antiquated security.
Expect a reshuffling of the deck--it's only a matter of time before other storage firms follow suit, says security expert Jon Oltsik.