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Be afraid, friends, for science has given us a new way in which to circumvent some of the strongest encryption algorithms used to protect our data -- and no, it's not some super secret government method, either. Researchers from Tel Aviv University and the Weizmann Institute of Science discovered

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While Machinima has spread its wings beyond its namesake game engine-based movies, the company has only occasionally broken out of its familiar video game template. Those horizons are about to get wider through a collaboration with Ridley Scott's production house, RSA. Scott and RSA president Jule

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Are two (or more) versions of an OS better than one? Some say yes, and it looks like you can now count Google among them. Speaking at this week's RSA Conference, Google software security engineer Will Drewry revealed, seemingly for the first, that Google will be releasing a \"business version\" of Ch

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Here's some of the other stuff that happened in the wide world of mobile for Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009: For some reason known only to Samsung, it seems the S9110 watchphone won't be coming to the UK any time soon. Of course, if you've got unlocked GSM 900 / 1800 units floating around France th

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Nothing like a hot stack of stats to spice up the oft-debated, nary settled question: who has the best WiFi access? Well, London continues to be the world capital of WiFi with 12,276 access points, according to the freshest installment of the annual Wireless Security Survey conducted by RSA, beati

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Although RSA's SecurID two-factor authentication system is pretty solid (except for when the keys go out of sync), it looks like organizations with even more stringent security requirements might be interested in UPEK's new Eikon To Go RSA key, which adds a fingerprint reader to the mix. Yep, nothin

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It looks like anyone that makes regular use of an RSA key for one reason or another could soon have a new favorite USB flash drive, with SanDisk announcing the availability of so-called \"two-for-one\" Cruzer Enterprise drives, which provide both secure date storage and RSA SecurID software tokens for

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Fellas, if you thought Ralph Lauren's literal window shopping contraption was your wallet's arch-rival, we've got some unfortunate news, and for the ladies (or guys) who just love to spend it up, HP's about to become your very best friend. The clever gurus at HP Labs have developed a marketer's dre

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The long, long list of uber-secure USB flash drives continues to grow as paranoid data carriers attempt to protect their lab reports and award-winning recipe books, but Gemalto has a slightly different kind of security in mind with its latest USB smart cards. The forthcoming keys will function much

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