Welcome Guest | Sign In
LinuxInsider.com

Results 1-20 of 62 for PGP (0.018 secs).

Searching: Articles | Discussions

Sort by Date | Sort by Relevance

Jack M. Germain
PGP Ships New Encryption Tools
10/04/06 8:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 681 Words

... data security firm PGP on Wednesday began shipping its new NetShare product, as well as major upgrades to its encryption and e-mail security line of policy enforcement and key data management software . PGP NetShare manages and shares encrypted network-based files. It...

Jack M. Germain
PGP Encryption Clamps Down Mac Data
06/09/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 653 Words

... PGP announced Monday it has added pre-boot authentication to the PGP Whole Disk Encryption for Mac OS X systems deployed in enterprise environments. This latest release, version 9.9, adds pre-boot authentication to the company's data encryption technology for Intel-based Mac OS X...

Kimberly Hill
PGP CEO Dunkelberger on Research, Learning and Carlos Castaneda
07/30/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 848 Words

... the company with perhaps the most recognized acronym in the information security field and following in the footsteps of lightning-rod figure Phil Zimmerman must have both its charms and its challenges. PGP President and CEO Phil Dunkelberger, however, ranges far and wide...

Andrew K. Burger
The University's Role in Advancing Data Encryption, Part 1
10/27/07 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1014 Words

Encryption in Academia
"Much like Moore's Law, PGP has seen huge advances in encryption technologies over the years -- specifically the ability for encryption to work faster and easier in a network while still being transparent to the end user.

Andrew K. Burger
New Security Suite Blocks Data Diversion
02/26/08 1:26 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 848 Words

PGP and Lumension on Tuesday released PGP EndPoint, security software that integrates policy-based application control and data encryption . Based on PGP's Whole Disk Encryption and Lumension Sanctuary, EndPoint enables organizations to establish policies to restrict unauthorized executables and control access and...

John P. Mello Jr.
Yahoo, Google Team Up to Fight Email Snoops
08/13/14 6:20 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 768 Words

That's a risk worth taking, according to Phil Zimmermann, creator of PGP , or pretty good privacy -- the encryption method to be used by Yahoo and Google.

"The benefits of having everyone else look at it far outweigh the problem...

Katherine Noyes
Wiliest Ways to Keep the NSA at Bay
02/28/14 3:36 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1326 Words

'They're Capturing Your Browsing'
"I'd recommend making phone calls with Silent Phone," Zimmermann suggested, and "for email, PGP , GnuPG or something like it."

As for other online activities, "there's a lot of things you do on the Internet...

Jack M. Germain
Data Breaches More Expensive Every Year
11/28/07 9:28 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1160 Words

These costs rose from $98 in 2006 to $128 in 2007, a 30 percent increase, according to research conducted by the PGP Corporation and released Wednesday.

"A good 80 percent of these breaches resulted from human factors such as lost notebook...

Jack M. Germain
Open Source Security, Part 2: 10 Great Apps
08/20/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1091 Words

PGP Encryption
PGP is a free encryption program for securing data from eavesdroppers and other risks. GnuPG is based on the open source implementation of the PGP standard. PGP is the executable version and has a license fee for some...

Mark W. Vigoroso
Beyond.com Launches Mall to Boost eStores
08/21/01 4:56 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 554 Words

However, the company now focuses on building, hosting , and managing online stores , called eStores, for clients like McAfee.com, Interact Commerce, PGP Security, Sybex, and Sonic Solutions.

The newly launched mall aggregates these eStores into a single product portal that allows...

John P. Mello Jr.
Is Open Source an Open Invitation to Hack Webmail Encryption?
08/21/14 11:21 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1305 Words

Such discoveries shouldn't be a cause of concern, argued Phil Zimmermann, creator of PGP , the encryption scheme Yahoo and Google will be using for their webmail.

"If someone does find a bug and sits on it, someone else will find the...

Richard Adhikari
Google Releases Email Encryption Tool Alpha
06/06/14 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 645 Words

These are supported only in GnuPG 2.1 and later, as well as Symantec's PGP software, Google said.

End-to-End supports RFC 4880, the OpenPGP Message Format, and RFC 6637, Elliptic Curve Cryptography, in OpenPGP.

The source code is built on a JavaScript...

Patrick Nelson
How to Encrypt Your Email
12/05/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 630 Words

Open source versions of Zimmermann's original PGP, called OpenPGP, have been adapted by some email service vendors.

How It Works
PGP encrypts a message using a symmetric encryption algorithm -- symmetric key algorithms are a shared secret between parties.

Richard Adhikari
Who's the Boss in Cloud Land?
03/22/10 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 981 Words

Security Issues in the Cloud
Part of the problem with the cloud is that it's not just one monolithic entity, Phil Dunkelberger, president and CEO of PGP Corp., said in his keynote speech at RSA 2010.

"People look at...

Jay Lyman
Code Pioneer Develops Encryption Method for Windows-Based VoIP
05/22/06 1:35 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 478 Words

With his latest VoIP solution, which relies on a new protocol called ZRTP, there is speculation Zimmermann may face a similar challenge as the original PGP technology did.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is currently considering its oversight of VoIP, which is...

Stephanie Losi
Network Security Roundup for September 15, 2003
09/15/03 8:06 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 436 Words

Full Story on Computerworld The Register: PGP Makes Email Encryption Easier
15-Sep-03 14:06 ET

Story Highlights:
"PGP Corporation today introduced simpler email encryption in which the burden of securing email messages is shifted from the client to the network. PGP...

Jack M. Germain
Google Invites Open Source Devs to Give E2EMail Encryption a Go
03/04/17 10:40 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 797 Words

It replaces the problematic web-of-trust model traditionally used with PGP , they pointed out.

"Google announced end-to-end email encryption almost three years ago, and no product or solution ever materialized," said Morey Haber, vice president of technology at BeyondTrust .

"With...

Rachelle Dragani
Symantec Update Leaves XP PCs Feeling Blue
07/17/12 10:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 549 Words

"The problem affected numerous other products, so it seems that it could have been prevented with QA," he told TechNewsWorld. "Symantec needs to take a serious look at why PGP was in the list of affected systems. Does Symantec even use in-house...

Richard Adhikari
Random Public Crypto Keys Aren't So Random
02/15/12 3:08 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 541 Words

The team found that 4 percent of 6.6 million distinct X.509 certificates and PGP keys had duplicate RSA modules. Further, 1.1 percent of the moduli were duplicated more than once, with some being duplicated thousands of times.

X.509 is a standard...

Richard Adhikari
Malware Munches on Mitsubishi, and Certificates Can Lie
09/20/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 650 Words

PKI is the underlying technology for Internet standards such as Transport Layer Security, which is the successor to the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL); Pretty Good Privacy (PGP); and Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG), a GPL-licensed alternative to PGP .

Flaws in PKI,...

1 2 3 4 Next

Search for: In:

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ RSS
What is the most consequential impact of social media on society today?
It has opened up valuable new channels for civil discourse.
It has destroyed the meaning of "truth" and "fact."
It has made people stronger by facilitating grass roots activism.
It has deepened divisions among groups with opposing views.
It has made it easier for people to support and help each other.
It has made it easier for people to humiliate and hurt each other.