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Administración Rosselló Nevares no quiere cenizas en Peñuelas

Declaraciones conjuntas autorizadas por la licenciada Tania Vázquez, asesora en Asuntos Ambientales de La Fortaleza y el ingeniero Manuel Laboy, secretario del Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Comercio (DDEC): 107 more words


WanaCryptor File Encryption and Decryption


This is a quick post about the WanaCryptor ransomware wreaking havoc on many networks across the world this weekend. With all the news coverage, most of you already know the trouble caused by it. 924 more words


Are you encrypting your documents? Here's what happens when you don't

In June 2015, someone connected to Plymouth University accidentally sent a spreadsheet containing the salaries, pensions and allowances of 245 senior staff to the wrong email address… 524 more words

Data Loss

Cool stuff at the Audio Engineering Society Convention in Berlin

The next Audio Engineering Society convention is just around the corner, May 20-23 in Berlin. This is an event where we always have a big presence. 885 more words

The Armor Problem

We love it when we find solutions to problems in the game, even if it means having to change how the game works a bit. It’s one reason we’ve kept Aes as an alpha for over a year and a half: it’s easy to change what’s rough (as John Lasseter has said). 530 more words


SLAE Assignment #7 – Custom Shellcode Crypter

Final assignment of the SecurityTube SLAE Exam! In this assignment I’ll develop a custom crypter/decrypter for shellcode.


This blog post has been created for completing the requirements of the SecurityTube Linux Assembly Expert certification: 408 more words


Interoperable 128-bit AES Encryption

    Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is the most widely used symmetric encryption algorithm. It is considered to be secure and efficient. It comes with different types encryption modes for block ciphering, including ECB, CBC, OFB, CFB and CTR. 901 more words