Indications suggest that SSL and other fundamental Internet security technologies have indeed been compromised by the NSA.
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The short, snappy answer is: "All too easily." Here's how it appears to have happened.
Some people are ao much in a panic about the NSA spying on them that they're going to move their e-mail and cloud services out of the US entirely to "safer" foreign companies.
The good news is that more Americans than ever have broadband. The bad news is that it's still not that fast and, according to Pew, 30 percent don't have any landline broadband access.
Following in the footsteps of open-source companies like Red Hat and SUSE, Nginx's developers are offering a commercial version of its flagship open-source program, the popular Nginx Web server.
But the verdict is probably far narrower in its implications that some believe. Still, it's a troubling decision about a controversial law.
The well-regarded Groklaw intellectual property law news and analysis site is closing because its founder, Pamela Jones, feels she can no longer trust email for the essential privacy she feels the site needs to continue.
When it comes to crashing, just like with speed, Sauce Labs finds that not all Web browsers are created equally.
The popular newspaper website went down on Wednesday morning due to internal IT problems. Here's what we know now.
The popular newspaper Web site went down on Wednesday morning. One report is that the site has been attacked by hackers.