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Completely Encrypted Data

I remember reading about, and doing some message exchange, with PGP, in the 90s. At the time I worked in a utility company and my boss and I were interested in whether encryption might be something we should implement. At … Continue reading

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Encryption Gets Broken All the Time

There are always researchers and hackers looking to break encryption algorithms. In fact, there are regularly a series of challenges against the very commonly used RSA algorithm. Recently, the RSA-250 challenge was completed with the algorithm being factored, albeit with … Continue reading

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Mongodb Encryption

The last decade has seen a number of new database platforms get implemented in a variety of organizations. Most of the newer popular platforms have been NoSQL (Not Only SQL) products, and one of the first that became quite popular … Continue reading

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Encryption Libraries

One of the ways we work to implement better security is through the use of encryption. I remember the early days of PGP, VPNs adding end to end encryption, IPSec becoming available, and more. I was excited to see column … Continue reading

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