Telegram Patched IP Address Leak Problem In Its Desktop Client

Telegram has become increasingly popular worldwide due to its secure nature. The provision of encrypted conversations, both in texts as Telegram Patched IP Address Leak Problem In Its Desktop Client on Latest Hacking News. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Telegram Patched IP Address Leak Problem In…

Twitter API Bug Might Have Exposed Your DMs To The Wrong Developers

Twitter’s direct message feature appears to be an easy and secure way to communicate with one another. On a platform Twitter API Bug Might Have Exposed Your Direct Messages To The Wrong Developers on Latest Hacking News. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Twitter API Bug Might…

Roughtime: Securing Time with Digital Signatures

When you visit a secure website, it offers you a TLS certificate that asserts its identity. Every certificate has an expiration date, and when it’s passed due, it is no longer valid. The idea is almost as old as the web itself: limiting the lifetime…

End-to-End Integrity with IPFS

This post describes how to use Cloudflare’s IPFS gateway to set up a website which is end-to-end secure, while maintaining the performance and reliability benefits of being served from Cloudflare’s edge network. If you’d rather read an introduction to the concepts behind IPFS first, you…

JAMstack podcast episode: Listen to Cloudflare’s Kenton Varda speak about originless code

JAMstack Radio is a show all about the JAMstack, a new way to build fast & secure apps or websites. In the most recent episode, the host, Brian Douglas, met with Kenton Varda, tech lead for Cloudflare Workers and author of Sandstorm.io to discuss some…

When ISPs Tell Seniors Net Neutrality Laws Will Increase Their Bills, They’re Lying and Losing

The fight to secure net neutrality protections for Californians keeps showing how far ISPs and their surrogates will go to make a buck off of ending the free and open Internet. The latest maneuver is a flood of deceptive robocalls targeting seniors and stating that…

Tell the Senate to Pass a Strong Election Security Bill

Earlier versions of the Secure Elections Act (S. 2593) included these two critical components, but now the bill has been badly watered down. We need to make progress against the increased threat of interference in our elections, and the current bill doesn’t do the job….

If It Doesn’t Have Paper Backups and Automatic Audits, It’s Not an Election Security Bill

Right now, the U.S. Senate is debating an issue that’s critical to our democratic future: secure elections. Hacking attacks were used to try to undermine the 2016 U.S. election, and in recent years, elections in Latin America and Ukraine were also subject to cyber attacks. It…

Election Security Bill Without Paper Records and Risk Limiting Audits? No Way.

The Senate is working on a bill to secure election infrastructure against cybersecurity threats, but, unless amended, it will widely miss the mark. The current text of the Secure Elections Act omits the two most effective measures that could secure our elections: paper records and…