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Latest Public-key cryptography Stories

2013-07-08 23:18:52

Web conferencing and secure digital signatures used to electronically notarize property deed for American couple living in France. Chattanooga, Tenn.

2013-07-02 23:17:52

As the high-end SSL certificate market continues to flourish, The SSL Store™ recently sold its 10,000th Extended Validation (EV) certificate since first opening its door for business in 2009.

2013-06-28 23:16:21

Silanis Technology celebrates 13 years of ESIGN legislation with a list of significant achievements for e-signature technology and the industry. Montreal, Quebec,

2013-06-27 23:24:09

Electronic signature vendor offers everyone the chance to try signing documents online to celebrate anniversary of key legislation. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.

2013-06-25 23:25:39

Partnership with TRUSTZONE Provides Industry-Leading Security Solutions and Has Already Resulted in Over 100 Percent Market Growth in Scandinavia London (PRWEB)

Cloud Computing Made More Secure: MIT
2013-06-11 05:01:15

MIT researchers have developed a new algorithm that could help make up-and-coming cloud computing technology more secure.

2013-05-29 23:20:58

Electronic signature company will showcase product update at major industry event for investment professionals and registered investment advisors. Chattanooga,


Latest Public-key cryptography Reference Libraries

secure_email
2012-07-01 22:51:38

Email encryption refers to encryption and authentication of email messages, which is typically done to protect content from being read by unintended recipients. Email technology is readily available but has yet to achieve widespread usage, most likely due to social factors, such as people seeing the use of encryption as paranoid, and as marking a message urgent whether it is or not. A recent survey (from January 2012) found that only 35 percent of companies have implemented email...

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Word of the Day
begunk
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.