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A protocol that could make the Internet more secure is finally being implemented.
The business of social networking, cloud computing, and a flaw in the fabric of the Internet top the most notable stories of 2008.
How a simple fix made password managers more secure.
Cryptographers will compete to define a new standard.
RFID chips in U.S. passport cards and some driver’s licenses are at risk of being counterfeited or tracked, researchers say.
Dan Kaminsky discovered a fundamental problem and got people to care in time. We were lucky this time.
Poorly protected files reveal a massive surveillance scheme.
Sending false signals to GPS receivers could disrupt critical infrastructure.