The US Drug Enforcement Agency has been accused of messing with Apple fanboy's heads by pretending that it cannot read their iMessages.
A reasonable individual would probably assume US surveillance drones conducting recon missions over combat zones would be broadcasting an encrypted video feed.
Kaspersky Lab is asking for help cracking an encrypted 'warhead' in the Gauss malware which it identified last week.
Oops: with the latest security update to Lion, Mac OS X 10.7.3, Apple has mistakenly turned on a debug option that leaves users' passwords accessible.
Satellite telephony - long thought to be secure against eavesdropping - is nothing of the sort, say researchers.
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute and the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology have developed a 'biological computer' - made entirely from biomolecules - that can encrypt and decipher images.
Scientists and engineers have reported back on a project to use quantum cryptography in a real-time network.
On Wednesday a free service called PrivateSky was launched. It lets Internet users shield email, Facebook updates, and other exchanges from Internet snoops.
Toshiba’s recently launched SATA 7200 RPM, 2.5 inch MKxx61GSYG hard disk drive features integrated hardware-level encryption and is capable of erasing itself if stolen.
FBI general counsel Valerie Caproni recently told a congressional committee the bureau isn't attempting to restrict encryption protocols without integrated back doors that can be accessed by law enforcement officials.
German security researchers say they've been able to crack passwords stored on a locked iPhone - and they did it within six minutes.
AT&T has debuted a mobile encryption platform targeted at government agencies, law enforcement organizations, financial institutions and international businesses.
ElcomSoft has coded a "password breaker tool" to unlock backups created by RIM BlackBerry smartphones. The utility - which is supposedly targeted at forensic investigators - also offers support for cracking a wide range of iOS-based devices.
Hackers have managed to crack an Intel-developed encryption code that is currently used by a number of industry heavyweights to secure high-definition video content and devices.
Chip expert and analyst David Kanter has warned that cloud computing poses "definite" security risks for both corporations and individual end users.
Intel has confirmed that production of processors featuring its next-gen Hi-K 32 nanometer (nm) "Sandy Bridge" architecture will kick off in late 2010.
Secpoint has introduced a new "portable penetrator" that offers browser-based wireless vulnerability scanning of large networks across hundreds of IP addresses simultaneously.
The most widely used software encryption technique has a major weakness, University of Michigan computer scientists have discovered.