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ForYourIrisOnly 32-bit

ForYourIrisOnly (FYIO) is a fast, easy-to-use, and secure biometric security application capable of replacing complex passwords with...

July 8, 2014 by IriTech

Is encryption just a waste of time?

Faced with the thought of a USB drive, notebook PC or backup tape going missing, most IT managers look to some form of encryption as the first layer of defence. However, according to one storage security expert, that's largely a pointless exercise.

September 25, 2008 by

Free COFEE opens Microsoft BitLocker

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.

April 29, 2008 by

Xbox crackers turn to Linux

The Neo Project, a group of computing hobbyists using distributed computing techniques to crack security challenges, has released a Linux version of its Xbox cracking software. Operation Project X is a small, downloadable application that uses otherwise idle PC resources to try to guess the 2,048-bit encryption code used by Microsoft's Xbox game console.

March 17, 2003 by

New Windows lock could be leaky

Microsoft will work with chipmakers Advanced Micro Devices and Intel to deliver encryption, digital rights management and other security technologies to every PC in the future.

June 23, 2002 by

East-tec SafeBit

East-tec SafeBit is the perfect electronic vault you need for your privacy. It features on-the-fly AES encryption, by creating virtual...

June 9, 2014 by East-Tec

How to easily beef up your PC's privacy with encryption

Feeling paranoid? Worry that snoopers can look inside your PC too easily, or spy on your e-mail when you send it across the Internet? Don't worry, you're not paranoid, just being realistic. It's an ugly world out there, and you need protection. So here are three encryption programs line up for you.

July 18, 2001 by

Commentary: It's just secure e-mail

The Department of Commerce's export restrictions on secure encryption products keep looking dumber and dumber, according to PC Week's Bill Machrone. Not only are they putting the United States behind in offering global business-to-business services that require secure communications, but the rules are also pointless from a law enforcement standpoint: Any crook bright enough to come in out of the rain is using one of the many encrypted e-mail services for secure communications.

January 3, 2000 by

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