A Black Hat talk this week is expected to take a deep dive into the ramifications of lingering support for export-grade cryptography and how patching levels are proceeding.
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Donald Trump may have left himself an out today when he urged Russian hackers to find 30,000 emails deleted by Hillary Clinton from her private server.
Researchers at Northeastern University next week at DEF CON are expected to present a paper describing their framework for discovering Tor hidden services directories that snoop on hidden services.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including privacy and Pokemon GO, a new MIT anonymity system, the Fiat Chrysler bug bounty program, and a patched printer spooler vulnerability.
Riffle, a new anonymity network concocted by MIT researchers, can guarantee anonymity among a large group of users, as long as there’s one honest server.
Niantic said Monday night it wasn’t the company’s intent to request full access permission of its users’ Google accounts via Pokémon GO.
Google last week announced changes in the way it will handle trusted Certificate Authorities in Nougat, the latest version of the Android operating system.
Facebook today began a test program rolling out opt-in end-to-end encryption for its Messenger service called Secret Conversations.
An academic study sheds light on how medical professionals are often forced to find analog workarounds to combat unwieldy security solutions, putting patient care at risk.
A team of academics and researchers has developed a technique called selfrando that it says can defend against attacks that unmask users of the Tor Network.