With all of these news stories about the government reading emails and snooping information from other sources, what are ways to minimize or eliminate an organization's ability to actually track and ...
Given that Bouncy Castle is an Open Source project, it's entirely possible that the contents contains implementations protected by various patents. Since it's possible for the patent holder to sue ...
Recently the USA passed a law requiring ISPs to spy on their customers' internet connections to check for illegal file sharing. I assume that they would do this by sniffing packets, but doesn't this ...
We're developing a service, that encrypt e-mail with AES algorithm. Keys are stored in our server. We thought about having an expiration service, that is deleting the key from our server. This ...
Server Gated Cryptography is a legacy technology (implemented by obsolete laws) that allows older browsers to establish a SSL session at a higher encryption. This article says SGC should never be ...
According to this article Iran has criminalized the usage of encryption and VPNs. According to this blog post it is still possible to use SSH tunnels in Iran. For me SSH is encryption and thus ...
I've always heard someone justify the means for export restrictions with "it's for governmental control/spying". In most reasonable countries, the justice system asks people to adhere to the "spirit ...
Do the U.S. export laws around AES-256 apply to applications hosted in the cloud?
In certain jurisdictions, use of cryptography by the private sector is limited: e.g. there are reports that in the UAE and other countries not all of the encryption capabilities of the BlackBerry are ...
I have written an application for Apple's iOS which embeds messages in JPEG files using steganography (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steganography). For the purposes of this question lets assume ...
I'm developing application for Android/Java. Application is a kind of password manager, so I'm storing encrypted passwords under the hood of master password. There are number of encryption algorithms ...