• Dec 27, 2018
  • Sean Doyle
  • General Privacy and Security, Online Activity, Tutorials,

How to Manage and Protect Your Cloud Data

The use of cloud storage is growing at a very significant rate. Cloud storage is predicted to be the most widely used option by 2020 due to many factors including accessibility and affordability. With cloud storage, users can access data stored in the cloud from anywhere and at any time if they have access to … Continue reading “How to Manage and Protect Your Cloud Data”

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RainClouds – The Case Against Cloud Computing Security

In the computing world, there’s always a new buzzword or trend that everyone chases as the next “big thing.” Software Defined Networks (SDNs) will replace most network technicians. Augmented Reality will be a part of our daily lives. Everyone will have a 3-D TV by 2020. Who needs an audio jack on their phone? Quantum … Continue reading “RainClouds – The Case Against Cloud Computing Security”

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  • Jun 11, 2016
  • Caleb Chen
  • Networking, News, Privacy,

Thanks to TeLeScope, TLS Communication With Your Virtual Servers Can Now Be Unencrypted

Earlier this week, BitDefender demonstrated the TeLeScope technique, which allows an attacker to decrypt TLS communication between a target and a virtualized server. TLS stands for Transport Layer Security and is widely used. The TeLeScope technique is both operating system agnostic and crypto library agnostic. Any TLS key that is generated on a virtualized server … Continue reading “Thanks to TeLeScope, TLS Communication With Your Virtual Servers Can Now Be Unencrypted”

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