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Chrome individuals with something to conceal have heretofore been required to sign in to Google to keep their omnibox searches concealed from prying eyes– however today’s Chrome 25 beta update modifications that. Now all searches are immediately encrypted, whether you’re signed in or not. It’s certainly not the initial internet browser to carry out such a protection attribute– Firefox 14 switched to HTTPS for all searches last year– but it’s a welcome modification all the exact same. With web voice recognition and security whitelists on the docket as well, the current variation of Chrome is setting up to be rather the must-have, specifically for those who want to keep their Justin Bieber search results to themselves.
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Boxee normally does not get along with the existing media / pay-TV conglomerates, however now it’s telling the FCC it has pertained to a contract with Comcast. The solution agreed to lets live TV-friendly Boxee access encrypted standard cable television channels thanks to a DLNA-controlled hd digital transportation adapter that would link to the box through Ethernet, with an eye towards no longer needing an adapter at all down the road. Multichannel News quotes Boxee CEO Avner Ronen as saying it was “great to deal with Comcast” on an offer that offers third parties like his company continued access to fundamental cable television. The benefit for Comcast and some other cable television business is that they can progress with encrypted all-digital options that might open up bandwidth for things like greater rate web, something Boxee was arguing against formerly. What this implies for existing standards like CableCARD or the long awaited AllVid is not clear, however if it’s one action closer to a genuine choice to ditching the cable box, we’ll take it.
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This information was in a link I put earlier, but just so it’s clear: Sony states that all credit card information in their breached database was indeed encrypted, though the “personal data” wasn’t. What does that mean? It means your name, password, and any information you gave Sony that wasn’t a credit card number is now in the hands of our mystery hacker (who, Sony stresses, they are working with law enforcement to find).
In addition, Sony says that they are “enhancing security and strengthening our network infrastructure” and moving their datacenters to a new location. Good news. But like with BP, the cleanup is only half the issue. Hence that lawsuit alleging that Sony was negligent in security and notification.
When the services come back, you’ll be needing to change your password. I’d change you password elsewhere as well, since who doesn’t use the same username and password on a few sites here and there? And watch your bank account carefully, just in case. Who knows but the hacker might have been able to snatch the decryption keys as well.
AT&T goes live with Encrypted Mobile Voice, kills your dreams of breaking into Pelosi’s social circle
AT&T told us back in July that it was fixing to launch the first carrier-provided two factor encryption service, and it seems that today’s the day. The day it goes live, we mean. At any rate, the company’s Encrypted Mobile Voice service is reportedly active, and it’s already providing “high-level security features for calls on the AT&T wireless network.” Of course, none of this fancy security is meant for simpletons like us — instead, it’s targeting government agencies, law enforcement organizations, financial services institutions and international businesses. We’re told that the tech combines KoolSpan’s TrustChip and SRA International’s One Vault Voice, with the former being a microSD card and the latter being a software layer. Currently, it only plays nice with BlackBerry and Windows Phones, but until we see Biden bust out a Bravo, we’ll assume the lack of Android support isn’t “a big flipping deal.”
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