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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
The bad idea that never goes away.
Update now, users advised.
Warns the issue may be forced via legislation.
'Dragonblood' cracks passwords.
Way faster than AES.
Will ignore hardware encryption unless forced.
You, your friend, and a spy,
Update to avoid MITM attacks.
Crucial, Samsung drives named.
EFF says uninstall now.
Facebook reported weakening its encryption.
Adds per-client cryptography capabilities.
Bad keys since 2012.
Decrypt data, inject content, the works.
Denies asking for back doors, asks for back doors.
End end-to-end encryption, says Rudd.
Devs advised to move to SHA-256 now.
Aims to find flaws in crypto libs.
Adds New Hope to Chrome Canary.
Part of its cryptography advocacy.
Looks to lock out bad cables.
New warning symbol impending.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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