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cryptovision and IGEL have sealed a security gap

cryptovision and IGEL have sealed a security weakness in thin client environments by improving authentication between the thin client and the terminal server. cryptovision partner IGEL is a German supplier of unified endpoint management (UEM) software and thin clients. The latest version of IGEL OS supports cryptovision’s smart card middleware sc/interface for Linux, which

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Masked Man reveals his passwords after five years

The Masked Man, a German serial killer, was arrested in 2011. Police couldn’t decipher his encrypted storage devices. Now he has revealed his encryption passwords. From 1992 German police sought a man, who sexually assaulted dozens of children. The press called him the “Masked Man” after the mask he wore according to testimonies. The following

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Backdoors: When Good Intentions Go Bad

Whenever bad things happen where perpetrators had used encryption, the topic of government access to encrypted data turns into a heated debate. The latest example comes on the heels of the horrible terrorist attack near the Palace of Westminster in London, where there was evidence that the perpetrator had used WhatsApp, an encrypted messaging program,

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