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No more WhatsApp? How the proposed encrypted message access laws will affect you - Politics - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
The Government wants new laws to force technology companies to let police access encrypted messages. Technology companies, human rights groups, lawyers and others aren't happy. And no-one quite knows how this will play out.
encryption  tech  Australia  politics 
3 hours ago by onefewercar
Password manager - for law enforcement | 1Password
Here at AgileBits we believe that the less information we know about people, the better. Because individuals entrust our software with some of their most personal information, we design our software to limit what information we know. This protects users because it is impossible for us to lose, use, or abuse information we don’t know.
tech  security  encryption  1password 
3 hours ago by onefewercar
How will 1Password react should the Required Backdoor Encryption bill pass in Australia? — 1Password Forum
Just as the question is in the subject. How do you plan to implement the changes required in the bill?
Australia  security  tech  encryption  1password 
3 hours ago by onefewercar
Australia passes new law to thwart strong encryption | Ars Technica
Apple previously decried Australian efforts: "Encryption is simply math."
Apple to Australia: “This is no time to weaken encryption”
On Thursday, the Australian parliament approved a measure that critics say will weaken encryption in favor of law enforcement and the demands of government.
The new law, which has been pushed for since at least 2017, requires that companies provide a way to get at encrypted communications and data via a warrant process. It also imposes fines of up to A$10 million for companies that do not comply and A$50,000 for individuals who do not comply. In short, the law thwarts (or at least tries to thwart) strong encryption.
Companies who receive one of these warrants have the option of either complying with the government or waiting for a court order. However, by default, the orders are secret, so companies would not be able to tell the public that they had received one.
"It's a big deal," Adam Molnar, a lecturer in criminology at Deakin University in Australia, told Ars.
privacy  security  gov2.0  politics  encryption  australia 
12 hours ago by rgl7194
Australia Passes Anti-Encryption Bill—Here's Everything You Need To Know
Australia's House of Representatives has finally passed the "Telecommunications Assistance and Access Bill 2018," also known as the Anti-Encryption Bill, on Thursday that would now allow law enforcement to force Google, Facebook, WhatsApp, Signal, and other tech giants to help them access encrypted communications.
The Australian government argues the new legislation is important for national security and an essential tool to help law enforcement and security agencies fight serious offenses such as crime, terrorist attacks, drug trafficking, smuggling, and sexual exploitation of children.
gov2.0  politics  encryption  security  privacy  australia 
12 hours ago by rgl7194
Microsoft/SEAL: Simple Encrypted Arithmetic Library (SEAL) is an easy-to-use but powerful homomorphic encryption library written in C++. It supports both the BFV and the CKKS encryption schemes.
Simple Encrypted Arithmetic Library (SEAL) is an easy-to-use but powerful homomorphic encryption library written in C++. It supports both the BFV and the CKKS encryption schemes.
encryption  security  microsoft 
13 hours ago by semanticdreamer
Javascript Cryptography Considered Harmful
If you don't trust the network to deliver a password, or, worse, don't trust the server not to keep user secrets, you can't trust them to deliver security code.

Perhaps why sync.com isn't considered a secure option
crypto  security  web  encryption  Javascript 
2 days ago by trevormeier
Archiving cryptographic secrets on paper — whitequark’s lab notebook
"In this note I show a script for splitting small amounts of data across multiple barcodes and generating a printable document. Specifically, this script is limited to less than 7650 alphanumeric characters, such as from the Base-64 alphabet. It can be used for archiving Tarsnap keys, GPG keys, SSH keys, etc."
encryption  security  barcode  paper  printing  gpg  ssh  sysadmin  archive 
2 days ago by sometimesfood

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