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Secure Token and FileVault on Apple File System | Der Flounder
As part of Apple File System’s FileVault encryption on mac OS High Sierra, Apple introduced Secure Token. This is a new and undocumented account attribute, which is now required to be added to a user account before that account can be enabled for FileVault on an encrypted Apple File System (APFS) volume. To help make sure that at least one account has a Secure Token attribute associated with it, a Secure Token attribute is automatically added to the first account to log into the OS loginwindow on a particular Mac.
filevault  macos  mac  macintosh  highsierra  mh  mhie  crittografia 
3 days ago by nicoladagostino
ProtonMail Bridge brings the encrypted email service to Apple Mail | 9to5Mac
After months of beta testing, ProtonMail has unveiled official support for their encrypted mail service within email clients Apple Mail, Microsoft Outlook, and Mozilla Thunderbird. The support comes by way of a custom application that connects mail clients securely with a user’s ProtonMail account. Paying users can download ProtonMail Bridge today to get started.
forpupina  crittografia  sicurezza  linux  windows  mac  macintosh  email  spunti  software  privacy 
6 weeks ago by nicoladagostino
APFS encryption status check script | Der Flounder
[The script] checks to see if a Mac is running 10.13.x or higher. If the Mac is question is running 10.13.x or higher, the script reports if it is using encryption on an APFS drive and gives the encryption or decryption status.
crittografia  strumenti  terminale  highsierra  mac  macintosh  filesystem  apfs  mh  mhie 
10 weeks ago by nicoladagostino
Unlock an encrypted APFS boot drive using Disk Utility | Der Flounder
In the event that you need to unlock an unbootable boot drive using Apple File System (APFS) encryption, it’s possible to do so using Disk Utility and one of the following authentication credentials:
1) The password to a FileVault-enabled account on the drive
2) A personal recovery key
apfs  filesystem  crittografia  tutorial  mac  macintosh  mh  mhie 
10 weeks ago by nicoladagostino
Pirate-Friendly Coinhive's DNS Hacked, User Hashes Stolen - TorrentFreak
Coinhive, the cryptocurrency mining service that has proven a hit with 'pirate' sites, has been hacked. After failing to update a password that was at least three years old and potentially part of an earlier breach, the platform's DNS records were manipulated, allowing hackers to "steal" hashes from Coinhive users.
spunti  blockchain  crittografia  bitcoin  pirateria  hack  sicurezza 
12 weeks ago by nicoladagostino
Police Just Found Phone & USB Stick Belonging To Paris Suicide Bomber, After Misplacing It For Almost Two Years | Techdirt
Remember how, right after the Paris bombings, people started blaming encryption for the attacks, despite the fact it was later revealed that most of the planning was done in the open and communication occurred via unencrypted SMS messages? As we noted, it seemed pretty clear that the bombings were an intelligence and law enforcement failure rather than an encryption problem.

Now, just to add more evidence to that conclusion in the most ridiculous way possible, apparently Brussels police just found a mobile phone and USB stick that had belonged to one of the suicide bombers in the Paris attacks, Brahim Abdeslam. The police had seized the phone and USB stick during a drug raid back in February of 2015... and promptly misplaced them entirely. They were found under a stack of papers.
crittografia  terrorismo  sorveglianza 
december 2016 by dp
The Cryptopals Crypto Challenges
Quick plug: set 8 is out. It's all about attacks on elliptic curves and GCM.

This set is huge. There's as much content as in any two or three other sets.

This set is tough. It's easily the toughest set so far. And there is some math. But it's fascinating stuff and (I hope) pretty approachable.

This set is OG cryptopals. That means we're (for now) distributing it via email. If you want to check it out, send a mail to set8.cryptopals@gmail.com with subject "Crazy Flamboyant for the Rap Enjoyment"
crittografia  esercizi 
november 2016 by dp
French, German ministers demand new encryption backdoor law • The Register
In the lead-up to the meeting and in subsequent public comments from the ministers, they both made repeated mention of the issue of data encryption, even calling out the app Telegram as an example of a problem they wish to find a solution to.
French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve even went so far as to argue that the European Commission (EC) should draft a new law that would require companies to work with the authorities to decrypt secure communications on demand and help track down terrorist suspects.

This proposed law would "impose obligations on operators who show themselves to be non-cooperative, in particular when it comes to withdrawing illegal content or decrypting messages as part of an investigation," Cazeneuve said to reporters.

Predictably, those remarks have led to concerns that the European Union will pass new legislation that would effectively ban secure end-to-end-encryption, and hence outlaw the use of apps such as Whatsapp and Telegram.
privacy  crittografia  problemi  europa  buffoni  spunti  panorama  cwi 
august 2016 by nicoladagostino
French & German interior ministers call on EU to enable access to encrypted data
In a joint press conference in Paris on Tuesday, the interior ministers of France and Germany called on the European Commission to enact laws that would give countries on-demand access to encrypted communications under some circumstances.
Exchanges via some apps "must be able, as part of court proceedings — and I stress this — to be identified and used as evidence by the investigation and magistrates services," said France's Bernard Cazeneuve, according to TechCrunch. […]
Cazeneuve and his counterpart, Thomas de Maizière, would like the European Commission to have laws enforcing the same rights and obligations for internet services and telecoms operators across Europe, even if they're not headquartered in the European Union. The ministers want their proposals discussed at a September Commission meeting.
buffoni  europa  privacy  crittografia  germania  francia  spunti  cwi  panorama 
august 2016 by nicoladagostino

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