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Microsoft has issued a fix for a BitLocker prompt error affecting users with second-generation ARM-based Surface 2 devices.
Is encryption ready for mainstream use? It's always going to add complexity but that doesn't mean it can't be usable
Unlike previous attacks against the Windows encryption, the technique developed by Fraunhofer SIT works even when a Trusted Platform Module is in use
Researchers published a technique for getting around Microsoft's BitLocker disk-encryption technology, even when BitLocker is used in connection with a hardware-based Trusted Platform Module.
Students need security; it's a paramount element of university life. Without security, our laptops can go missing (or stolen, depending on which university you go to), and a good proportion of your life you can say goodbye to.
Cobynsofts AD Object Recovery is a Windows utility for querying your Active Directory for deleted computer, user, group, or other objects...
No matter how hard you try, BitLocker just won't work. The help is useless and Google doesn't help. For students, this is how to tighten up your laptop.
During Day 2 of WinHEC, Microsoft showed off a number of the new features that it will deliver in Windows Server 2008 R2 -- a k a "Windows 7 Server -- when it ships in the next year or so. Among them: Support for up to 256 logical processors; branch-office caching, "Bitlocker to Go" drive encryption and other new technologies designed to work "better together" with Windows 7.
M3 Bitlocker Recovery Free is the World's first free Bitlocker data recovery software. M3 Bitlocker Recovery Free can: Recover deleted...
Microsoft is downplaying the severity of a password leakage issue in BitLocker, the full disk encryption feature built into Windows Vista, insisting that a real world attack scenario is "very unlikely."According to an advisory from iViZ, the password checking routine of Microsoft Bitlocker fails to sanitize the BIOS keyboard buffer after reading passwords, resulting in plain text password leakage to unprivileged local users.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs expects the Microsoft operating system to reduce its carbon footprint while the BitLocker encryption system will boost security
Microsoft has released a tool to law enforcement that helps get around the encryption provided by the company’s own BitLocker software, distributed in Windows Vista. PC World has an extensive article about Microsoft's COFEE -- Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor – which some 2,000 law enforcement officers have been using since last June.
Australian Customs' chief information officer, Murray Harrison, says the department has almost completed rolling out Vista to its 6,000 PCs, and has improved security for its laptop fleet using Microsoft's encryption tool, Bitlocker.
Here are two articles I released explaining the purpose of EFS (Encrypted File System) versus BitLocker in Windows Vista and a step-by-step guide on implementing Vista BitLocker full-volume encryption. You might be wondering why there are two different data encryption technologies in Vista and this will explain the differences.
How much would you pay Microsoft for a port of its BitLocker drive encryption -- a technology slated to be available only to Vista Enterprise and Vista Ultimate users -- that could run on the Vista Business SKU? This might not be a purely hypothetical question.
In Q&A Microsoft product manager emphasizes BitLocker for hardware-based data encryption of laptops and other devices.
Microsoft claims that businesses planning to use Vista together with its Bitlocker hard drive encryption technology will have an easy and safe way to dispose of their hard disks. The software giant said on Tuesday that Vista will be so secure that businesses will no longer need to worry about data being compromised when hard disks are sent for disposal, in line with upcoming "green" legislation designed to reduce waste.
Infosecurity 2006: Vista's disk-encryption technology will keep corporate data secure, even in the rubbish heap - but Microsoft insists criminals won't be able to rest so easy
A few weeks ago, the BBC News published a story that was literally true and hopelessly wrong. No, Microsoft isn't building a back door into Windows Vista's industrial-strength encryption feature, Here's the real story.
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