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How to make Facebook send you encrypted notification emails

Learn how to add an OpenPGP public key to your Facebook profile and set it so that Facebook will encrypt the notification emails it sends to you.

By June 3, 2015

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How to encrypt a file from the OS X command line

OS X supports encrypting files from the command line, if you need to do so by logging in remotely.

By August 12, 2013

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Want really secure Gmail? Try GPG encryption

If you're a Gmail user spooked by Chinese cyber attacks on Google, here's a way to encrypt your e-mail. Be warned: better security comes at a cost.

By January 14, 2010

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Google's challenge in China

roundup A blunt declaration by Google on censorship and surveillance underscores the troubled history--and uncertain future--for Internet companies doing business in China.

By January 24, 2010

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Really secure your Gmail

If you use Gmail, but worry about your privacy, CNET reporter Stephen Shankland shows you how to encrypt your e-mail to keep it safe from prying eyes.

By January 14, 2010

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Secure your e-mail

Some say that if everyone in the world properly secured their e-mail, there would be no spam. Well that's one of many good reasons to do so. But isn't using PGP security really expensive and hard?

By October 10, 2008

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Users can automatically encrypt Gmail connection

Gmail now lets users automatically encrypt all communications with Google's e-mail servers--that is, as long as they're willing to take a performance penalty.

By July 25, 2008

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Bug may expose encrypted e-mail

Weakness in open-source GnuPG cryptography technology could let miscreants tamper with digitally signed, "secure" messages.

By March 7, 2007

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Utilities Updates: Spell Catcher X; ABFL; Move Item X; A-Dock; Opera; Quit Anything; Sheethead; Gpg Tools

Utilities Updates: Spell Catcher X; ABFL; Move Item X; A-Dock; Opera; Quit Anything; Sheethead; Gpg Tools

By May 13, 2004

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Open-source bugs undermine digital signatures

Two flaws in open-source cryptography app could allow an attacker to add content to a digitally signed message or forge signatures.

By March 10, 2006