PGP could have lived on

In 1994 Philip Zimmerman wrote the book “PGP Source Code and Internals“. This book contained boring source code. It was a means to and end to get PGP shipped overseas, legally, so other people, besides Americans, can use this tool to securely communicate with each other. Exporting this encryption software was not allowed. Why? The […]

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People who are excellent in writing about security

Just read this article The Motherboard Guide to Not Getting Hacked. It’s a bit of a long read but worthwhile. If you read this one from Brian Krebs as well, then you can show off at cocktail party’s. I loved this part about privacy: ” Take a break from the wired world and meet people […]

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