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Security concerns on Apple's FileVault decryption via FireWire

Since the news of Passware being able to decrypt FileVault over FireWire connections, Mac users might be concerned about the integrity of the security on their computers.

By Feb. 2, 2012

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ElcomSoft to sell iPhone decryption toolkit

The Russian company says it has a way to decrypt iPhone file system dumps and thus let law enforcement agencies get forensic access to the smartphone.

By May. 25, 2011

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Handbrake 0.93 released, capitulates on DVD decryption

Handbrake just got a little better, and a lot worse, all at the same time.

By Dec. 5, 2008

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Despite DRM opposition, Chrome for Android to get Google's Widevine

Copy protection for video is spreading to Google's mobile browser.

By Aug. 20, 2013

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NSA working on quantum computer to break any encryption

The spy agency is reportedly in a race to build its own quantum computer to stay ahead of others seeking to own the mother of all decryption machines.

By Jan. 2, 2014

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PS3 software key leaked as judge ditches PSN hack lawsuit

Sony's console has seen a significant breach of its security measures, making it easier for people to run pirated games.

By Oct. 24, 2012

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MPAA joins Web standards group amid video DRM dispute

Google and Microsoft are working on a Web standard for video copy protection, but the idea has notable opponents. Now the MPAA can lend its voice directly to the controversy.

By Jan. 8, 2014

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Wickr 2.0 makes self-destructing SMS more fun

Like a Snapchat-for-adults, Wickr 2.0 throws some fun usability features and a new interface over its unusually high encryption and deletion standards.

By Dec. 20, 2013

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Google now encrypts cloud storage by default

In the lengthening shadow of the NSA surveillance scandal, Google adds encryption to all its Cloud Storage customer data.

By Aug. 15, 2013

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NSA can see through encryption, including your private e-mail's, says report

More documents from former security contractor Edward Snowden show that the National Security Agency has been secretly working to gain a back door into all encryption technologies, The New York Times reports.

By Sep. 5, 2013