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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.
Facebook once again turns to encryption in efforts to boost individual user privacy.
With spy-grade security, Google is making it harder for the NSA to read your e-mail. And Apple adds the privacy-centric search engine DuckDuckGo to Safari options.
Google pressures email providers to step up encryption of mail sent between servers as it debuts End-to-End, a Chrome extension that promises the first streamlined use of PGP in webmail.
For small workgroups of select individuals, GPGTools offers an easy way to secure communications with any e-mail account.
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.
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?
Palamida reports a 41% increase in GPLv3 uptake over last week's numbers. We're still talking small numbers but growing quickly....
Weakness in open-source GnuPG cryptography technology could let miscreants tamper with digitally signed, "secure" messages.
Messages encoded with the Pretty Good Privacy algorithm could fall prey to a technique that fools senders into decoding their own secret messages, according to researchers.