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Legacy encryption code under threat from new attacks

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 23, 2015

A common encryption cipher created in 1987 and still used to secure Wi-Fi and Web communications faces new vulnerabilities because of advanced methods of intercepting cookies and other data. The Rivest Cipher 4 algorithm has been notoriously hard to decrypt, but a method known as RC4 NOMORE, devised by Belgian researchers, cuts the cracking time from 2,000 to 75 hours. PCWorld (07/16)


Breaches fuel demand for EINSTEIN

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 16, 2015

NSA to destroy bulk phone records

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2015

Details of NSA's XKeyscore program emerge

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 09, 2015

China moves to gain influence over the Internet

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2015

"Smart" cities give hackers a back door into municipal energy grids

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 09, 2015

DHS secretary calls for more cybersecurity efforts

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 16, 2015

Defense contractors lagging on cyberpreparedness, survey finds

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 09, 2015

Use of smart meters raises security, privacy concerns

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 23, 2015

Report: High-tech positions still hardest to fill despite budget increases

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 30, 2015


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