Introducing DNSCrypt (Preview Release)
DNSCrypt is our way of securing the “last mile” of DNS traffic and resolving (no pun intended) an entire class of serious security concerns with the DNS protocol. There have been numerous examples of tampering, or man-in-the-middle attacks, and snooping of DNS traffic at the last mile and it represents a serious security risk that we’ve always wanted to fix. Today we can.
One Per Cent: Full-disc encryption is too good, complain CSI teams
Computer security engineers, including a member of the US Computer Emergency Response Team, are complaining in a research paper this week that crooked bankers, terrorists and child abusers may be getting away with crimes because it is proving impossible for digital investigators to unlock their encrypted hard drives.
Browse Anonymously on Your iPad and iPhone With Tor-Powered Browser
It uses Tor to encrypt Internet traffic and route it through three different servers to ensure data about users cannot be intercepted by third parties. Such data would include browsing history or, more commonly, one’s geographic location.