Cool, I made the front page of the Mirror today. Welcome to all readers, looking forward to seing you at the next WiFi meeting in Montreal. Continuer la lecture de Montreal Mirror | Wi-fi connectivity could be a dream or a nightmare
Bon, un article qui date un peu mais qui fournit pas mal d’explications sans devenir trop technique / long. Continuer la lecture de developerWorks: Wireless | Security : Safe travels
This release is a little special.. I am managing the project on SourceForge, and Timo and Gustavo trusted me with the announcement! Lots of exciting things to come. This includes GnuPG 1.2.1 and WinPT-GUI 0.7.94 plus other tools, under a very easy Windows installer 🙂 Continuer la lecture de [WINPT DEVELOPERS] Windows Privacy Tools (WinPT) 1.0rc1 released
« Afraid an unauthorized someone is reading your personal e-mail? Then prevent it by encrypting your e-mail using a program such as PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). » – BTW, PGP is a commercial application supporting OpenPGP, but most of the article can be used to understand other tools too. Continuer la lecture de Ppoular Mechanics|Encrypting Your E-mail With PGP
Internet users send millions of e-mail messages every day, oblivious to their lack of confidentiality. For years, a powerful and free encryption program called PGP, or Pretty Good Privacy, allowed users to keep their e-mail and other data private. But Network Associates, which bought PGP in late 1997, failed to sell upgraded versions to businesses and let the program drift into limbo from mid-2001 on, without any significant updates.
Continuer la lecture de washingtonpost.com: Pretty Good Update for E-Mail Privacy