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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Justin Mason tagged encryption

'When demonstrating FareBot, many people are surprised to learn that much of the data on their ORCA card is not encrypted or protected. This fact is published by ORCA, but is not commonly known and may be of concern to some people who would rather not broadcast where they’ve been to anyone who can brush against the outside of their wallet. Transit agencies across the board should do a better job explaining to riders how the cards work and what the privacy implications are.' (via Boing Boing)

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do you trust the default set of root CAs in modern web browsers? sounds like we probably shouldn't

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opportunistic encryption of TCP connections. not the simplest to set up, though

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techie details from Adam Langley on how Google's been improving TLS/SSL, with lots of good tips. they switched in January to HTTPS for all Gmail users by default, without any additional machines or hardware

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the Rustock botnet is now attempting TLS encryption of spam delivery sessions

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Irish cable-TV company UPC have rolled out Nagravision 2 encryption, finally breaking the dodgy "D-Box" decoder boxes sold on a massive scale throughout Ireland for several years now. can't see it staying hacked for long though. NTL's comment: http://url.ie/1g0q

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'Five minutes later I was in the possession of a legitimate certificate issued to mozilla.com - no questions asked - no verification checks done - no control validation - no subscriber agreement presented, nothing.' uh, massive FAIL

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Wonder if Democrats in the Congress are using GPG? sounds like they should be. incredible (via b1ff.org)

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the T.J.Maxx credit-card-number theft was performed by WEP cracking, from a laptop in a car parked outside a store. good demo of why they should have used additional crypto

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