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Category: Security

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The Dangers of Open Spots

All over the web you will see people telling you the internet is an unsafe place to be, but the biggest danger doesn’t come from some one sitting at home intercepting your connection to...

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TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt is dead, long live TrueCrypt. In a move that shocked everyone on the internet TrueCrypt was taken down on May 28th 2014 and the official TrueCrypt website, truecrypt.org, began redirecting users to a...

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OpenPGP: How I Sign Keys

Signing is a very personal thing. You are telling the world you believe a key belongs to the person who is claiming it. The value of a web of trust comes from the fact...

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OpenPGP: My Keys

Its May again and the sun has finally made an appearance. With summer comes the regular spring clearing and it seems as good a time as any to update my public encryption keys. My...

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OpenPGP: How does PGP work?

How does it work The magic, and I call it magic because I freely admit I do not have the mathematical background to explain it better, of this system is that if you encrypt...

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OpenPGP: How do I create a OpenPGP Key?

Creating a Secured Key When you build a PGP key you going to start using that key to verify your identity, so like all other forms of identification you have to protect it. Unfortunately...

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OpenPGP: GPG Cheat Sheet

You can’t have enough cheat sheets on the net. Well you probably can, but I still wanted to add my own to the mix. I use the GnuPG command line for almost everything, bar...

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OpenPGP: Key Signing Policy

Since April 2012 I have held the position of Chairman of The Software Society Ltd. On the 23th of March this year, 2013, it was decided that the board of directors and office bares...