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2017: The year of encryption

January 2017

Starting this month, Chrome users are going to start seeing a lot more sites flagged as insecure. Google is firmly on the technologist side of the encryption war, and it wants to make encryption something regular people care about. Why?

Not using encryption is like sending everything you visit/everything you do, scrawled upon postcards, with stops in all sorts of places, passing by people you would not want seeing everything.

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Cryptography: the foundation of e-commerce

Money is the very definition of motivation for many criminals. At least in the movies... In real life, there are plenty of criminals looking for ways to drain money out of bank accounts, buy stuff on other people's credit cards, intercept bank transfers, and more.

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Who's behind that web site? SSL, Certificates, and detecting phishers

Let's talk about phishing. Phishing is just like fishing, only your identity is the fish and the bait is an email that looks like it came from your bank, or eBay, or Paypal, or any other legitimate place. The goal is to get you to follow a link to a site owned by the phisher, and trick you into divulging some private information, such as your bank account number, pin, passwords, or social security number.

Some phishing emails look completely legitimate, using logos, links, and text from the real business. Many try to warn you about fraud being committed with your account--the truth is, the senders of the email are the ones trying to commit fraud with your account, if they can trick you into divulging it. These types of emails are almost always fake. When you follow the link in such an email, you'll usually get taken to a web site that looks exactly like the real web site. But it's not.

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