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Nitrokey | Secure your digital life
Nitrokey is an USB key to enable highly secure encryption and signing of emails and data, as well as login to the Web, networks and computers. Other than ordinary software solutions, the secret keys are always stored securely inside the Nitrokey. Their extraction is impossible which makes Nitrokey immune to computer viruses and Trojan horses. The user-chosen PIN and the tamper-proof smart card protect in case of loss and theft. Hardware and software are both available as Open Source to allow verifying the security and integration with other applications.
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3 days ago by rdark
saltpack - a modern crypto messaging format
thin wrapper around NaCl library using MessagePack format, as an alternative to PGP
encrypted  messaging  format  saltpack  cryptography  encryption  messagepack  nacl  PGP  GPG 
3 days ago by asteroza
What’s the matter with PGP? – A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering
Last Thursday, Yahoo announced their plans to support end-to-end encryption using a fork of Google's end-to-end email extension. This is a Big Deal. With providers like Google and Yahoo onboard, email encryption is bound to get a big kick in the ass. This is something email badly needs. So great work by Google and Yahoo!…
email  pgp  security  crypto  privacy  Bookmarks_Toolbar  critique  Cryptography  encryption  essays 
5 days ago by websitejk
benjojo/bgp-battleships: Play battleships using BGP
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
golang  pgp  games 
6 days ago by geetarista
It has been a bad week for encrypted messaging and it’s only Wednesday | Ars Technica
Monday brought word of decade-old flaws that might reveal the contents of PGP- and S/MIME-encrypted emails. Some of the worst flaws resided in email clients such as Thunderbird and Apple Mail, and they offer a golden opportunity to attackers who have already intercepted previously sent messages. By embedding the intercepted ciphertext in invisible parts of a new message sent to a sender or receiver of the original email, attackers can force the client to leak the corresponding plaintext. Thunderbird and Mail have yet to be patched, although the Thunderbird flaw has been mitigated by an update published Wednesday in the Enigmail GPG plugin.
cybersecurity  encryption  pgp  signal  email  javascript  crypto 
8 days ago by bwiese

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