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APPLE AND FBI AGREE TO END ENCRYPTION BATTLE

By Elizabeth Weise
Two years after the FBI failed to let Apple hack into a phone used by one of the San Bernardino murders. Apple has been highlighted for protecting customers' privacy, even if the customer killed dozen of Americans and FBI needs more clues to safe innocent man and woman. Is this dispute really an issue about customers' privacy? Since 2018 Feb, Apple moves all iCloud data of Chinese customers to China. It refused FBI to hunt terrorists but leave a backdoor for Chinese Government. It's not to keep privacy but trade privacy...
By Elizabeth Weise  View Source  
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Inside North Korea Hacker Army
South Korea is hosting winter Olympic Game, but the key player is North and its leader. Few people can understand why things go in such a way: North Korea get everything without paying a coin. Too many secrets hidden in the country, hacker army is one of them. A recent report uncovered that Pyongyang has sent hundreds of hackers to other countries to make money by any means necessary. South Korea is an ideal place of the mission. At Seoul's Gangnam district, Jong Hyok looks like...
By Sam Kim  View Source  
Maximize Encryption Effectiveness and 4 Common Pitfalls
Every coin has two sides, so does encryption. To minimize adverse effects you had better have some knowledge about encryption technology and products. There are tradeoffs in network performance and complexity that might arise when organizations aren't approaching encryption thoughtfully. Here are four pitfalls to avoid as you begin encrypting content: Proprietary Algorithms, Full Disk Encryption, Regulatory Compliance, and Decryption Key Storage...
By Joe Cosmano  View Source  
Hackers Abuse Google Ad To Spread Malware That Mines Cryptocurrency
Everyone is possible to become a victim of malware, even IT giants like Google. Trend Micro have spotted Google's ad network was abused to spread malware by hackers to mine cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. The network reaches about a quarter billion unique viewers in the U.S. alone, but cyber criminals just infected 5 countries up to now: France, Italy, Japan, Spain and Taiwan. The malware's goal is to mine cryptocurrency on your computers. It steals power of your computer power instead of privacy in it...
By Lee Mathews  View Source  
The Most Secure VPNs of 2018: Top Picks for the best encryption
Honestly, I usually suggest to be cautious before installing some information security products. But VPN seems an exception, especially if you have to travel abroad and visit countries like China or North Korea. VPN security and encryption is a rather tricky business different other security issues: the fundamental purpose of a VPN is to increase your online security and privacy by sending your data through an encrypted tunnel. If you cannot trust your network, VPN is the only solution...
By Desire Athow  View Source