True Goodbye: ‘Using TrueCrypt Is Not Secure’

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The anonymous developers responsible for building and maintaining the free whole-disk encryption suite TrueCrypt apparently threw in the towel this week, shuttering the TrueCrypt site and warning users that the product is no longer secure now that Microsoft has ended support for Windows XP. Sometime in the last 24 hours, truecrypt.org began forwarding visitors to the program’s home page on sourceforge.net, a Web-based […]

Popular Encryption Software TrueCrypt Shuts Down Mysteriously

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TrueCrypt, the popular and reputed open source file and disk encryption Software for Windows, OSX and Linux, has abruptly closed down Wednesday recommending its users to use Microsoft’s Bitlocker. TrueCrypt is a free, open-source and cross-platform encryption program, thereby one of the world’s most-used encryption tool, trusted by tens of millions of users and recommended by […]

WordPress Cookie Flaw Lets Hackers Hijack Your Account

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Do you own a blog on WordPress.com website? If Yes, then you should take some extra cautious while signing into your WordPress account from the next time when connected to public Wi-Fi, because it can be hacked without your knowledge, even if you have enabled two-factor authentication. Yan Zhu, a researcher at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) noticed that the […]

Latest Kali Linux 1.0.7 Offers Persistent Encrypted Partition on USB Stick

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There is a good news for all Security researchers, Penetration testers and Hackers. The developers of one of the most advance open source operating system for penetration testing, ‘KALI Linux’ have announced yesterday the release of its latest version of Kali Linux 1.0.7 with some interesting features. Kali Linux is an open source Debian-based distribution for penetration testing […]