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password-protected encryption

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How to password-protect a PDF before e-mailing in OS X

With a few steps you can set up an easy way to encrypt PDF files generated from the standard print dialog window.

By July 11, 2013

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Create password-protected docs on Mac and iOS with Password Pad

Password Pad is a simple text editor that lets you password protect files on Macs and iOS devices.

By July 26, 2012

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Free online encrypted notepad keeps it simple

ProtectedText lets you store your text on the company's encrypted servers, which the company itself can't decrypt -- no registration or other ID sharing required.

By October 25, 2013

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No black art to the Blackphone's quest for smartphone privacy

While Blackphone sales are off to a lukewarm start, our hands-on with the privacy-obsessed smartphone finds that it simplifies staying secure on the go.

By September 29, 2014

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Facebook reports enormous uptick in use of snoop-proof email

The social network sends billions of emails to users daily and says adoption of the encryption standard it uses has skyrocketed among webmail providers.

By August 19, 2014

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Get GiliSoft Private Disk (Win) for free

Encrypt and password-protect your files and folders with this powerful tool, which normally runs $39.95.

By September 16, 2014

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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 August 15, 2013

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Heartbleed still a threat: Over 300,000 servers remain exposed

Two months after the infamous bug was discovered, more than half of vulnerable servers remain unpatched.

By June 23, 2014

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Beyond Heartbleed: Why you need a password manager

Password managers can make juggling numerous Web site accounts a lot easier, especially when faced with a major security bug like Heartbleed.

By April 15, 2014

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Dropbox stands firm on privacy, despite Heartbleed risk and board appointments

Dropbox says it is committed to security and privacy, despite admitting that its services were vulnerable to Heartbleed and users should be changing their passwords.

By April 14, 2014