Displaying items by tag: Cryptography

IBM's new z16 mainframe features an integrated on-chip AI accelerator, allowing inferencing from real-time transactions.

Published in Hardware

Nearly 10 months after it was taken down by authorities in Europe, the US and Canada, the Emotet botnet appears to have returned, with at least one of the bots associated with it being observed by a security firm.

Published in Security

The open-source OpenSSL project has released an updated version of its software, 1.1.1k, to fix two vulnerabilities, the severity of both of which has been described as "high".

Published in Security

Cryptography expert Ronald Rivest has dismissed the idea that blockchains would be of any use in voting systems, saying it was something like bringing a combination lock to a kitchen fire.

Published in Security

Microsoft has released a patch for a vulnerability in crypt32.dll, a library used for authentication, a flaw it rates important, the second rank on its severity rating list, but which the NSA has seen fit to issue an advisory about, something the agency never does.

Published in Security

Turing Award winner Adi Shamir, the renowned cryptographer who provides the initial S in the well-known RSA cryptography algorithm, is missing from the annual RSA Security conference as he apparently could not obtain a visa to enter the United States.

Published in Security

For the first time ever, ICANN is changing the cryptographic keys that secure DNS. ISPs must ensure their software is up-to-date or risk their customers being unable to reach any site on the Internet.

Published in Networking
Thursday, 29 June 2017 10:15

Make your own encrypted chat server

CryptoAUSTRALIA is running a workshop on 5 July to help you build your own end-to-end encrypted chat server ... while you still can.

Published in The Linux Distillery

Australia’s obsession with national security continues to have unintended consequences, with the academic exchange of information about cryptography now in danger.

Published in Security

Canberra-based QuintessenceLabs has been awarded funding in excess of $1 million from the Department of Defence.

Published in Development

Commencing in January 2012, Stanford University is running a number of on-line based courses.  Dive in!  Be educated!

Published in Education
In a significant advance for information security science, the first live quantum key distribution (QKD) network was just demonstrated in Vienna at the SECOQC Demonstration and International Conference.

Published in A Meaningful Look

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