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Articles for the keywords: PGP
17 Aug 2016 PGP security weakness exposed [55338]
ZDNet, August 17th, 2016

"If you're still using 32-bit PGP keys, you only think you have security. But you really don't. It would take a cracker about four seconds to forge your PGP signature...

If someone signs and encrypts their code or email with their PGP digital signature, you could, in theory, be sure they are who they say they are and their words or code are indeed their words or code. If they use a short (32-bit or smaller) key, they have no real security. In that case, a hacker can now easily forge a fake PGP signature. And that's exactly what happened to Linus Torvalds, Greg Kroah-Hartman, and other leading Linux kernel developers..."
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11 Jan 2015 Security pros announce Dark Mail Technical Alliance [40311]
Bit-Tech, January 2nd, 2015

"A quartet of well-known security researchers have announced the formation of the Dark Mail Technical Alliance, designed to create an easier method for end-to-end encryption for email," reports Gareth Halfacree in Bit-Tech.

"Founded by Phil Zimmermann, Jon Callas, Mike Janke and Ladar Levison - known for Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), Silent Circle, and Lavabit respectively - the Dark Mail Technical Alliance has announced as its mission no less than a secure and straightforward end-to-end encrypted email standard..."
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02 Jan 2015 Security pros announce Dark Mail Technical Alliance [40182]
Bit-Tech, January 2nd, 2015

"A quartet of well-known security researchers have announced the formation of the Dark Mail Technical Alliance, designed to create an easier method for end-to-end encryption for email.

Founded by Phil Zimmermann, Jon Callas, Mike Janke and Ladar Levison - known for Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), Silent Circle, and Lavabit respectively - the Dark Mail Technical Alliance has announced as its mission no less than a secure and straightforward end-to-end encrypted email standard..."
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09 Nov 2014 Developer Creates Blockchain Passport Technology Based On Bitcoin [39265]
CryptoCoinsNews, October 31st, 2014

"Christopher Ellis has created software that allows anyone to create a World Citizen Passport," reports Drew Cordell in CryptoCoinsNews.

"The software uses PGP encryption software and the Blockchain to create an identification paper that is almost impossible mathematically to fake. Not only can the Blockchain be used to store these world passports, it can store all kinds of documents including loans, contracts, and receipts, as well as simplify modern banking.

The Blockchain's potential has barely been tapped into by society as a whole. Ellis' new World Citizen Passport software utilizes the Blockchain in ways that have never been done before..."
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31 Oct 2014 Developer Creates Blockchain Passport Technology Based On Bitcoin [39081]
CryptoCoinsNews, October 31st, 2014

"Christopher Ellis has created software that allows anyone to create a World Citizen Passport. The software uses PGP encryption software and the Blockchain to create an identification paper that is almost impossible mathematically to fake. Not only can the Blockchain be used to store these world passports, it can store all kinds of documents including loans, contracts, and receipts, as well as simplify modern banking.

The Blockchain's potential has barely been tapped into by society as a whole. Ellis' new World Citizen Passport software utilizes the Blockchain in ways that have never been done before..."
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