Archive for the tag "encryption"
I have generated a new GPG key to replace my old one which was based on a 1024-bit DSA primary key. The new primary key is 4096-bit RSA. I will be transitioning away from my old one. The old key will continue to be valid, but i prefer all future correspondence to use the new key. I […]
Recently TrueCrypt has been in the news again, because of a couple of new critical security issues that were found for its Windows version. You can read more in these articles at Engadget, Threatpost and Extremetech. Windows computers with TrueCrypt installed can be taken over completely by a non-privileged user, and the computer does not even have […]
If you are using a public/open wireless access point (like, in an Internet Cafe), or if you live in a country where people are not all that happy or concerned about it’s citizens’ freedom, you sometimes find yourself in the position that you want to hide your browsing behaviour from others. I will describe a […]
Is your head in the clouds yet? For years now, I have been waiting for Google’s promise of free online storage, called the “GDrive“. In the meantime Google (and it’s competitors) have made it much easier to store your data online in various ways (look at Picasa Web Albums, Google Docs, Gmail etc), but that […]