Tag: encryption

eHarmony Leak – 1.51 Million Passwords

Well with little sleep to go on I keep reading the articles from the supposed LinkedIn hack.  There was a lot of incomplete information floating around yesterday.  To start off with these hashes were posted on a forum (we all know this already) but the “hacker” was asking for help to crack the hashes … […]

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LinkedIn Leak – 6.5 Million Passwords

When I first saw the tweets come through about the list of 6.5 million LinkedIn hashes I changed my account password right away. Then as many others did I went out on the net to see if I could find this list. I found my way to yandex.ru as most everyone else did and downloaded […]

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Apple Mail 5.2 with SMIME Always asking for Password

This has now been bugging me for some time.  I have setup Mail on my Mac with my smime private key and I have a few public keys of my friends.  The issue was that every time that I opened mail, went to another mail folder with an encrypted message, or woke my computer from […]

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One Really Good Reason iOS > Droid

After numerous posts on smime encrypted emails with iOS I decided to look at what the android devices can do. I recently have gotten my hands on a Motorola Xoom, and with all my devices the software is [at the time of writing this] currently up to date. The goal here was to use my […]

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Free Email Encryption – Part 2 – IOS Devices

It has now come up in my life that I wanted to enable SMIME Encryption on my emails outbound from my IOS devices. I send lots of mail from my iPhone, iPad, and iPod with information that should not be sent in plain text. So I thought that while I set up all my devices […]

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Free Email Encryption

I am defiantly not the first person to write about this but there are still not enough people that know they can have decent security for little or no cost. So don’t blame me if your parents/partners sniff your home network, grab your email or account password and read everything that you don’t want them […]

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