We all know that privacy and security are important when browsing the Web and exchanging emails. A company named Mynigma realizes this and has an email app that concentrates on these essentials by employing device-to-device encryption. Link: Protect your messages with M – Safe email made simple
Month: November 2015
Stefan Viehböck, senior security consultant at SEC Consult, examined 4000 devices from 70 vendors and found widespread reuse of private keys. Link: Nine percent of HTTPS hosts on the web “share the same private keys”
With recent acts of terrorism in Paris and Lebanon, news media and government have been using the word “encryption” as if it’s somehow to blame. Nonsense. Encryption is easy to understand, and if you’re not using it, you should be. Link: What is Encryption, and Why Are People Afraid of It?
Dutch digital security technology provider Gemalto launched a dynamic CVV/CVC solution it said will protect consumers and merchants from card-not-present fraud. The CVV/CVC is usually a static three-digit number on the back of traditional credit cards. Link: CNP Mobile: News
Just this morning Motherboard exposed one of the largest attacks yet, a massive breach of private user data from tech toy manufacturer VTech. The hack exposed nearly 5 million parents as well as the names, genders and birthday information of more than 200,000 kids. Link: Inside the VTech hack that jeopardized data of more than 200,000 kids