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mod_ssl 2.6.3 Released  16 April 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
"mod_ssl combines the flexibility of Apache with the security of OpenSSL." This module provides strong cryptography for the Apache 1.3 webserver via the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols by the help of the . . .
Strong Encryption’s Weakness  15 April 2000 
Source: Network Magazine - Posted by Team   
Think that encryption will secure corporate data? Not according to virus specialist Ncipher ( The company says it’s found viruses that hunt through a computer’s memory for the key used to decrypt data. First proposed in 1999 by Dr. Adi . . .
Crypto-Convict Won't Recant  15 April 2000 
Source: Wired - Posted by Team   
Before Jim Bell went to prison, he suspected that most government officials were corrupt. Three years behind bars later, the self-proclaimed Internet anarchist is sure of it. After Bell, a cypherpunk who the United States government dubbed a techno-terrorist, . . .
CRYPTOCard PalmToken PIN Extraction Advisory  14 April 2000 
Source: L0pht / @Stake - Posted by Team   
The CRYPTOCard PalmToken is a software-based token system that provides challenge-response authentication. "An attacker can determine the private PIN number of a users token within a matter of minutes and clone the challenge/response scheme of the legitimate user." . . .
Record encryption puzzle cracked  14 April 2000 
Source: MSNBC - Posted by Team   
An encryption method widely expected to secure next-generation wireless phones and other devices succumbed to a brute-force collaborative effort to break it, a French research agency announced Thursday. An international team of researchers — led by crypto researcher Robert . . .
OpenBSD Crypto Page  13 April 2000 
Source: OpenBSD - Posted by Team   
Here's a link to an OpenBSD page that describes what crypto features are capable with it. Specifically, as pointed out on slashdot, is a link to new support for hardware crypto devices using OpenBSD. We'd be . . .
Twilight of the crypto-geeks  13 April 2000 
Source: Salon - Posted by Team   
At a recent Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference, developers and lawyers battled it out on issues of crypto and freedom. "... the unique annual meeting that brings together an unlikely combination of programmers, activists and government officials -- two . . .
'Draconian' Crypto Ideas Still Exist  13 April 2000 
Source: ComputerUser - Posted by Team   
While the Clinton administration has relaxed the international export of encryption technologies, there are still some other "draconian proposals" in the pipeline, according to the Electronic Privacy Information Center's (EPIC) third annual report on the state of encryption policies. The . . .
US court rules encryption source code protected  12 April 2000 
Source: ComputerWeekly - Posted by Team   
A U.S. Appeals Court judge has ruled that encryption source code is constitutionally protected and not subject to restrictions imposed by the U.S. government. The U.S. government had previously limited its distribution until January of this year, but the latest . . .
Fractal Encryption  10 April 2000 
Source: InfoWar - Posted by Team   
Here's a short editorial on fractal encryption. "A fractally encrypted message cannot be broken even by the senders. It is so secure as to be that way for it's lifetime. Oh, the key is the message. So, it functions . . .
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