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New Encryption Regulations Take Effect On Today  20 October 2000 
Source: NewsBytes - Posted by Dave Wreski   
In the final step toward matching the European Union's recent liberalization of rules governing the export of encryption products, the Commerce Department's Bureau of Export Administration has published a final rule allowing the export of encryption products of any strength to . . .
 
Crypto-Gram October 15  16 October 2000 
Source: Counterpane - Posted by Dave Wreski   
This month Bruce Schneier talks about the AES announcement, the NSA and security, "The Third Wave of Network Attacks", and comments on Senator Orrin Hatch's "Privacy Tools Handbook".
 
Crypto Expert Warns That Cryptography Not Secure Enough  13 October 2000 
Source: NewsBytes - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
One of the world's leading experts on computer security said that because of recent developments in the online world, cryptography on its own is now not enough to protect systems in the digital world. In his new book, Bruce Schneier, an . . .
 
Cracked! 'World's toughest' code broken  12 October 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Dave Wreski   
A team of Swedish computer buffs has fought off thousands of rivals from around the world to crack what was billed as the toughest code challenge ever set. It took the Swedes the equivalent of 70 years of computer time to . . .
 
LCI-SMARTpen AES Compliance  12 October 2000 
Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
The new model of LCI-SMARTpen is the first in the world to comply with new encryption standard. "The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) has selected Rijndael as the proposed Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm. The AES will be . . .
 
International Kernel Patch 2.2.17.7  11 October 2000 
Source: Freshmeat - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The idea of the International Kernel Patch is to collect all crypto patches so that using crypto in the kernel will be easier than today. The patch includes a number of crypto patches including a crypto API including Blowfish, CAST-128, DES, . . .
 
Enigma machine deadline passes  10 October 2000 
Source: BBC News - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
As most may know, one of three existing Enigma machines was stolen a few months ago. Bletchley Park Museum had agreed to hand over a £25,000 ransom before midnight on Friday but the deadline passed with no word from the . . .
 
Cryptography, PGP and Pine  05 October 2000 
Source: LinuxGazette [LWN] - Posted by Dave Wreski   
This article starts out with a nice description of cryptography then goes into how to incorporate PGP for use with Pine. "Encryption is the transformation of data into a form that is (hopefully) impossible to read without the knowledge of a . . .
 
AES (rijndael) support in NetBSD-current IPsec code  04 October 2000 
Source: NetBSD.org - Posted by Dave Wreski   
NetBSD-current IPsec (from KAME) now supports rijndael algorithm for ESP encryption, thanks to the integration work of Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino. rijndael is the finalist of AES contest, and will be standardized in FIPS standard suite, to replace DES.. . .
 
FIPS 140-1: Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules  04 October 2000 
Source: Corsec - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Federal Information Processing Standard 140-1(FIPS 140-1) is entitled "Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules". It's a standard that describes government requirements that hardware and software products should meet for Sensitive, but Unclassified (SBU) use. The standard was published by the National Institute . . .
 
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