Tagged With Encryption

How to add or remove a password from your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, to keep your data secure and private

Current and former Facebook execs say reports WhatsApp will hand encrypted messages to UK police are wrong

WhatsApp faces international pressure to hand over access to encrypted chats

Google kept unencrypted, plaintext copies of some G suite business customer passwords on its servers for more than ten years

Apple's latest ad emphasises how the iPhone keeps your text conversations private, subtly digging at companies like Facebook and Google

Tim Cook said Apple's fight with the FBI in 2016 was a 'very rigged case,' and he wishes it went to court

Mark Zuckerberg used this story about a jailed Facebook executive to make a point about keeping your messages secret

Facebook says it will move to encrypted, auto-deleting messages — and warns that some countries might decide to ban it

Some lawmakers are already raising concerns about Facebook's plans to merge its messaging apps

The internet's 'father' says it was born with two big flaws

Australia's anti-encryption law is so unpopular, there was only 1 comment in support and 342 against — and now the head of its spy agency is defending the law

Labor blinked at the last minute to pass the world's first laws to hack into encrypted messages

If you're feeling less comfortable sharing photos to Facebook, here's why you should try Apple's solution instead

As Facebook loses 50 million users' data, this $10,000 Australian invention could be a key to global data security

Apple is building a special portal for law enforcement officials to get user data

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter are making it easier to transfer your data between their websites

'Delete all your emails and then acid-wash' your hard drives: Sean Hannity suggests Mueller probe witnesses should destroy their evidence

The CEO of messaging app Telegram is claiming that Apple has been blocking updates to the app since April

The tools you've been using to secure your emails have a flaw -- here's what you should use to send secure messages