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Open Enigma Project: Build your own encryption machine

S&T Geotronics wants to give collectors and cryptographers a chance to re-create a piece of encryption history with a special kit for building an open-source Enigma machine.

By Mar. 31, 2014

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Latest NSA abuse allegation: Spying on the United Nations

The new revelation comes as the NSA also cops to acknowledging that some of its analysts have snooped on e-mails of ex-lovers.

By Aug. 25, 2013

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Troubleshooting Outlook Express 5.0 updated

Troubleshooting Outlook Express 5.0 updated

By Oct. 22, 1999

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Google finishes 2,048-bit security upgrade for Web privacy

Prodded by "concerns about overbroad government surveillance," Google beat an end-of-year deadline to retire Web certificates with less secure 1,024-bit encryption keys.

By Nov. 19, 2013

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Crypto, security, comp-sci specialists speak out on NSA

In an open letter, more than 50 luminaries in computer science, cryptography, and security join together to decry reported efforts by the agency to undermine encryption and network security.

By Jan. 24, 2014

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How to encrypt selected text in Evernote desktop

Keep your sensitive data secure in Evernote by encrypting it.

By Aug. 10, 2012

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How to change an encrypted volume's password in OS X

While encrypting and decrypting a volume can be done on the fly, the option for changing its password is a bit hidden.

By May. 28, 2013

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Yahoo, ICQ chats still vulnerable to government snoops

Spy agencies and hackers at your local Starbucks can vacuum up Yahoo and ICQ chats and metadata about AOL's AIM users. These services are over a decade old -- why are they not fully encrypted?

By Feb. 28, 2014

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GPGTools offers quick encryption options for OS X Mail

For small workgroups of select individuals, GPGTools offers an easy way to secure communications with any e-mail account.

By Aug. 9, 2013

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How NSA snooping secures profits for famed privacy pro (Q&A)

Government surveillance has been a business boon for PGP creator Phil Zimmermann, whose company Silent Circle counts SEALs and the CIA as clients. Plus: why encryption needs a "Spartacus" moment.

By Sep. 30, 2013