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Dashcams: Another Source for Enforcement

Let’s start with some interesting videos

The above videos, whilst may seemed impressive demonstrates how some morons rather endanger other road users so that they can have cheap thrills on the road. 1,289 more words


Microsoft Azure Storage Service Encryption now in Preview

Microsoft just introduced the preview release of Storage Service Encryption that enables you to encrypt data at rest with AES 256 bit encryption. This feature is similar to AWS S3 AES 256 bit encryption provided by Amazon as part of their S3 storage offering. 15 more words

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April and May Events - Fundraisers!

April and May return Aes: Brass Revolution to activity, ending our 2 month break.


From April 22-24, we’ll be at HavenCon! We’re helping to run Tabletop (and we’ve pitched in with scheduling). 425 more words


Windows PowerShell cmdlets to secure PSCredential Objects

I have previously discussed securing credentials using Windows Powershell atPowershell: Securing credentials using the PSCredential class. In this article, I will discuss a number of cmdlets I have created to secure credentials using a Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption key to retrieve the content from a encrypted standard string. 457 more words


ProtonMail brings end-to-end encrypted email to iOS

ProtonMail has announced the official launch of their mobile apps for iOS and Android today. ProtonMail brings seamless PGP end-to-end encryption to emailing, making it significantly more secure for those looking for an extra layer of privacy. 282 more words


Version 7.5 "Hybrid Hand" - By the Numbers

Aes Version 7.5, “Hybrid Hand,”has been out for a while now. While 7.0 was a huge leap forward for content, 7.5 was a more incremental step. 377 more words


Windows: CTR mode with Crypto API


CTR mode turns a block cipher into a stream cipher. The concept was proposed by Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman in their 1979 publication, … 508 more words