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Look, We Don’t Catch the Smart Ones

May 6th, 2015

At this year's RSA Conference the Cryptographers' Panel was all but boring. Get a recap of this lively conversation centered on an NSA-sponsored proposal to require “backdoors” or “skeleton keys” to be placed in technology products that feature strong encryption so that law enforcement can perform the digital equivalent of wiretapping.

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Time to FREAK Out?

March 10th, 2015

Attempts by the US government to control the level of encryption in products exported outside the United States by limiting the key length to 512 bits has resulted in one of the peskiest problems in IT – backward compatibility. How do you eliminate a feature, but not break already deployed equipment that expects to use it?

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