|Continuing on in our Encryption 101 series, we now look at what it takes to break encryption. In order for something as powerful as encryption to break, there needs to be some kind of weakness to exploit. That weakness is often a result of an error in implementation.
Great news for hackers.
Now you can download and install Kali Linux directly from the Microsoft App Store on Windows 10 just like any other application.
I know it sounds crazy, but it’s true!
Kali Linux, a very popular, free, and open-source Linux-b…
The bar has been raised.
As more amplified attacks were expected following the record-breaking 1.35 Tbps Github DDoS attack, someone has just set a new record after only four days — 1.7 Tbps DDoS attack.
Network security and monitoring company Arbor …
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