All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘email encryption’

Office 365 Message Encryption Is Now Available

Encryption has been on everyone’s minds since it was revealed that the NSA combs through Internet data going into and out of the U.S. Major Internet companies have moved towards encrypting their users’ data and Microsoft is now doing the same for Office 365 users. Microsoft announced this afternoon that Office 365 Message Encryption is now live and will be …

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Mega Branching Out Into Encrypted Email Soon

One of the major advantages of using Mega, at least according to Kim Dotcom, is that it has world class encryption that blocks anybody from snooping on the files you’re downloading. Now Dotcom wants to apply that same encryption to the world of email. The Guardian reports that Dotcom plans to launch “an end-to-end encrypted email service” in the future. …

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Groupon Glitch Exposing Customer Emails Again

Looking back about eighteen months ago, Groupon had some issues with their email link encryption. When some Groupon users added “addx” into a Google search (exact Google search = allinurl: addx of the site, they were able to view older emails from other customers. According to Tech Crunch, the problem has resurfaced again, and as it did before, the …

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