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Crypto 201: Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) – Cryptography for smarties (Part 1 of 3)

PKI with Vonnie, background image credit J. Triepke via Flickr

Cybersecurity gurus sometimes stumble over what SSL, HTTPS, TLS have in common.  Do you know the answer?  If you said the “S” then I’ll give you a gold star for being a smartie pants – but that’s not what I have in

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How to find and erase all the cookies on your computer

I love cookies.  Oreos are good; everyone loves those but believe it or not: they aren’t my favorite.  Walkers Shortbread cookies are also pretty damn good but they don’t take the gold in my book. The cookies I’m really digging these

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Crypto Hypno: Cryptography basics (Part 5 of 5)

Crypto Hypno

Ahh the refreshing scent of cryptography.  It’s like a fresh rose on valentines day. In my last post you learned about VPNs.  I showed you the nitty gritty itty details about the protocol and both phases (hopefully you didn’t phase out

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Crypto Hypno: Cryptography basics (Part 4 of 5)

Crypto Hypno

If you’ve been following this series from its infancy, you should already know the basics of encryption, symmetric/asymmetric encryption, and message hashing.  Today we’re going to tie everything together in tidy little bow.  You’ll learn about the two primary ways we

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Crypto Hypno: Cryptography basics (Part 3 of 5)

Crypto Hypno

In the first article you learned about encryption basics.  In the second part, I showed you the difference between symmetric and asymmetric encryption.  And now you’ve graduated to the hypnotizing world of hashing. We’re going to talk about data integrity and

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