A Congressional hearing on encryption and "frontdoors" produced a generous amount of the usual "crazy" from lawmakers and law enforcement.
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NCC Group Cryptography Services announced it will shortly begin an audit of OpenSSL.
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Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso talk about all of the zero days that were dropped this week on Adobe and Apple, the Oracle backdoor drama and the upcoming Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit in Cancun. Then, Dennis calls Brian Donohue to talk about the wonders of the Blackhat movie and Brian's dog makes a special appearance, too!
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What the NSA wants is to be able to read encrypted information in as close to real-time as possible. It wants backdoors, just like the cybercriminals and less benevolent governments do. And we have to figure out how to make ...
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