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          TP-LINK CPE510 5GHz 300Mbps 13dBi Outdoor CPE      Cache   Translate Page      
TP-LINK CPE510 5GHz 300Mbps 13dBi Outdoor CPE





  • Terpasang antena MIMO directional 13dBi dual-polarized 2x2  
  • Daya transmisi disesuaikan dari 0 sampai 27dBm/500mw
  • Optimasi sistem level agar dapat melebihi jarak jauh 15km transmisi nirkabel
  • TP-LINK Pharos MAXtream TDMA (Time-Division Multiple-Access-) teknologi peningkatan kinerja produk pada throughput, kapasitas dan kinerja latency, ideal untuk aplikasi PTMP
  • Sistem Manajemen terpusat - Pharos Kontrol
  • Mode operasi AP / Client / Repeater / AP Router / AP Client Router (WISP)
  • Pasif PoE Adapter mendukung hingga 60 meteran (200 kaki) penyebaran Power over Ethernet dan memungkinkan perangkat dapat diatur ulang jarak jauh
Fitur

  • Built-in 13dBi dual-terpolarisasi 2x2 directional antena MIMO
  • Daya transmisi disesuaikan dari 0 sampai 27dBm / 500mw
  • Optimasi sistem-level agar dapat melebihi dari 15km jarak jauh transmisi nirkabel
  • TP-LINK Pharos MAXtream TDMA (Time-Division Multiple-Access-) teknologi untuk meningkatkan kinerja  throughput produk, kapasitas dan latency, ideal untuk aplikasi PTMP
  • Sistem Manajemen terpusat - Pharos Kontrol
  • Mode operasi AP / Client / Repeater / AP Router / AP Client Router (WISP)
  • Outdoor yang stabil dengan wadah IPX5 sertifikasi waterproof
  • Port Ethernet ganda dan terminal grounding terintegrasi
  • 6000V Anti Petir, 15KV ESD Perlindungan
  • Pasif PoE Adapter mendukung daya listrik pada kabel hingga 60 meter (200 kaki) dan memungkinkan untuk perangkat diatur ulang jarak jauh
  • Menyediakan keamanan data WEP, WPA / WPA2, WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK
  • Bandwidth yang dipilih 5/10/20 / 40MHz
  • Menyediakan throughput Monitor, Spectrum Analyzer, Speed ​​Test dan alat Ping
  • Keselarasan antena mudah dengan indikator kualitas sinyal nirkabel melalui Web interface
Spesifikasi

HARDWARE FEATURES
ProcessorQualcomm Atheros Enterprise 560MHz CPU, MIPS 74Kc
Memory64MB DDR2 RAM, 8MB Flash
Interface1 10/100Mbps Shielded Ethernet Port (LAN0,Passive PoE in)
1 10/100Mbps Shielded Ethernet Port (LAN1, Passive PoE Passthrough)
1 Grounding Terminal
1 Reset Button
Power SupplyPassive Power over Ethernet via LAN0 (+4,5pins; -7,8pins)
Voltage range: 16-27VDC
Power Consumption10.5 Watts Max
Note: When deployed using Passive PoE, the power drawn from the power source will be higher by some amount depending on the length of the connecting cable.
Dimensions ( W x D x H )224 x 79 x 60 mm
Antenna TypeBuilt-in 13dBi 2x2 Dual-polarized Directional Antenna
Beam Width: 45° (H-Plane) / 30° (E-Plane)
Note: For more details, please refer to datasheet
Protection15KV ESD Protection
6KV Lightning Protection
EnclosureOutdoor ASA stabilized plastic material
IPX5 waterproof Certification
WIRELESS FEATURES
Wireless StandardsIEEE 802.11a/n (with Pharos MAXtream disabled)
Proprietary ProtocolTDMA Mode (with Pharos MAXtream enabled)
Wireless SpeedsUp to 300Mbps (40MHz,Dynamic)
Up to 144.4Mbps (20MHz,Dynamic)
Up to 72.2Mbps (10MHz,Dynamic)
Up to 36.1Mbps (5MHz,Dynamic)
Frequency5.15~5.85GHz
Note: Available operating frequency may vary depending on the limitations of the countries or regions in which the device is used.
Transmission Power23dBm/200mw (Adjustable power by 1dBm)
Note: Maximum transmission power may vary across different channels depending on the limitations of the countries or regions in which the device is used.
SOFTWARE FEATURES
Wireless ConfigurationsPharos MAXtream TDMA Technology
802.11a/n Modes
Selectable Channel Width: 5/10/20/40MHz
Automatic Channel Selection
Transmission Power Control
Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)
WDS Enable/Disable
Security: WPA/WPA2, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK (AES/TKIP) Encryption, 64/128/152-bit WEP Encryption
SSID Broadcast Enable/Disable
Multi-SSID with VLAN Tagging (AP mode only)
Distance/ACK Timeout Setting
Wireless MAC Address Filter
Wireless Advanced:
> Beacon Interval/RTS Threshold/Fragmentation
>Threshold/DTIM Interval/AP Isolation/Short GI/Wi-Fi Multimedia
ManagementDiscovery and Remote Management via Pharos Control application
HTTP/HTTPS Web-based management
System Log
SNMP Agent(v2c)
Ping Watch Dog
Dynamic DDNS
SSH Server
System ToolsWireless Signal Quality Indicators:
Signal Strength/Noise/Transmit CCQ/CPU/Memory
Monitors: Throughput/Stations/Interfaces/ARP/Routes/WAN/DHCP
Spectrum Analyzer
Speed Test
Ping
Traceroute
System-level OptimizationsOptimized IGMP Snooping/Proxy for multicast applications
Hardware watch dog
POE ADAPTER FEATURES
Dimensions(W x D x H)110*57*33.5mm
Input Current0.8A Max @ 100VAC
Input Voltage100VA~240VAC @ 50Hz~60Hz
Output24VDC, 1.0A Max
+4, 5pins; -7, 8pins. (Support up to 60m Power over Ethernet)
Efficiency>80%
Output Voltage24VDC(+4,5pins; -7,8pins)
Input100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
Power Status LEDs0~0.8A: Green
0.8A~1.0A: Red
CertificationsCE/FCC/UL/IC/GS/PSB/C-tick/SAA/S-Mark/KC-mark
Interfaces1 AC Jack with Earth Ground
1 10/100/1000Mbps Shielded Ethernet Port (Power + Data)
1 10/100/1000Mbps Shielded Ethernet Port (Data)
ButtonRemote Reset Button
OTHERS
CertificationCE, FCC, RoHS, IPX5
Package ContentsOutdoor Wireless CPE
24V 1A Passive PoE Adapter
Pole Mounting Straps
AC Power Cord
Installation Guide
System RequirementsMicrosoft Windows 98SE, NT, 2000, XP, Vista™ or Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, MAC OS, NetWare, UNIX or Linux.
Note: We recommend you to use one of following Web browsers for an improved user experience: Google Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. IE browsers are not recommended.
EnvironmentOperating Temperature: -30°C~70°C (-22℉~158℉)
Storage Temperature: -40℃~70℃ (-40℉~158℉)
Operating Humidity: 10%~90% non-condensing
Storage Humidity: 5%~95% non-condensing
http://www.tp-link.co.id/products/details/cat-37_CPE510.html

Berat : 740 Gram

Harga ( Update Oktober 2018 ) : Rp. 690.000,-

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https://www.palugada.com/TP-LINK-CPE510
          John the Ripper Script to Brute Force OpenSSL's enc      Cache   Translate Page      

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John the Ripper Script to Brute Force OpenSSL's enc

John the Ripper Script to Brute Force OpenSSL's enc

Published: Feb 22, 2018

#!/bin/bash
TARGET=password
WORDLIST=wordlist.txt
ENCRYPTED=hello.enc

ciphers=$( openssl enc -ciphers | sed -E  's/\s+/\n/g' | grep - | sed '/^\s*$/d' | xargs echo ) ;
passwords=$( john --wordlist=$WORDLIST --rules --stdout 2>/dev/null | sed -E  's/\s+/\n/g' | xargs echo );
found=false

echo Searching for $TARGET in $ENCRYPTED using $WORDLIST as wordlist
for cipher in ${ciphers[@]} ; do
	echo Trying to use $( echo $cipher | sed -E s/-/\ /g ) mode
	for password in $passwords ; do
		decrypted=$( openssl enc -d $cipher -in $ENCRYPTED -k $( echo $password | awk '{$1=$1};1' ) 2>/dev/null )
		if echo $decrypted | grep -q $TARGET ; then
			echo Found!
			echo $password
			found=true
			break;
		fi
	done
	if $found ; then
		break;
	fi
done


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          ipfs-senc - Simple tarball encryption      Cache   Translate Page      
WARNING: NOT AUDITED! USE AT OWN RISK. DONT USE FOR ANYTHING SERIOUS. Currently, IPFS does not have an inbuilt content encryption system. Many solutions exist on top. I wanted something easy. This builds on senc.

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          On Tightly Secure Primitives in the Multi-Instance Setting, by Dennis Hofheinz and Ngoc Khanh Nguyen      Cache   Translate Page      
We initiate the study of general tight reductions in cryptography. There already exist a variety of works that offer tight reductions for a number of cryptographic tasks, ranging from encryption and signature schemes to proof systems. However, our work is the first to provide a universal definition of a tight reduction (for arbitrary primitives), along with several observations and results concerning primitives for which tight reductions have not been known. Technically, we start from the general notion of reductions due to Reingold, Trevisan, and Vadhan (TCC 2004), and equip it with a quantification of the respective reduction loss, and a canonical multi-instance extension to primitives. We then revisit several standard reductions whose tight security has not yet been considered. For instance, we revisit a generic construction of signature schemes from one-way functions, and show how to tighten the corresponding reduction by assuming collision-resistance from the used one-way function. We also obtain tightly secure pseudorandom generators (by using suitable rerandomisable hard-core predicates), and tightly secure lossy trapdoor functions.
          Efficient Ratcheting: Almost-Optimal Guarantees for Secure Messaging, by Daniel Jost and Ueli Maurer and Marta Mularczyk      Cache   Translate Page      
In the era of mass surveillance and information breaches, privacy of Internet communication, and messaging in particular, is a growing concern. As secure messaging protocols are executed on the not-so-secure end-user devices, and because their sessions are long-lived, they aim to guarantee strong security even if secret states and local randomness can be exposed. The most basic security properties, including forward secrecy, can be achieved using standard techniques such as authenticated encryption. Modern protocols, such as Signal, go one step further and additionally provide the so-called backward secrecy, or healing from state exposures. These additional guarantees come at the price of a slight efficiency loss (they require public-key primitives). On the opposite side of the spectrum is the work by Jaeger and Stepanovs and by Poettering and Roesler, which characterizes the optimal security a secure-messaging scheme can achieve. However, their proof-of-concept constructions suffer from an extreme efficiency loss compared to Signal. Moreover, this caveat seems inherent. In this paper, we explore the area in between. That is, our starting point are the basic, efficient constructions. We then ask the question: how far can we go towards the optimal security without losing too much efficiency? We present a construction with guarantees much stronger than those achieved by Signal, and slightly weaker than optimal, yet its efficiency is closer to that of Signal (we only use standard public-key cryptography). On a technical level, achieving optimal guarantees inherently requires key-updating public-key primitives, where the update information is allowed to be public. We consider secret update information instead. Since a state exposure temporally breaks confidentiality, we carefully design such secretly-updatable primitives whose security degrades gracefully if the supposedly secret update information leaks.
          A Comparative Evaluation of Order-Preserving and Order-Revealing Schemes and Protocols, by Dmytro Bogatov and George Kollios and Leo Reyzin      Cache   Translate Page      
Database query evaluation over encrypted data has received a lot of attention recently. Order Preserving Encryption (OPE) and Order Revealing Encryption (ORE) are two important encryption schemes that have been proposed in this area. These schemes can provide very efficient query execution but at the same time may leak some information to adversaries. In this paper, we present the first comprehensive comparison among a number of important OPE and ORE schemes using a framework that we developed. We evaluate protocols that are based on these schemes as well. We analyze and compare them both theoretically and experimentally and measure their performance over database indexing and query evaluation techniques using not only execution time but also {\IO} performance and usage of cryptographic primitive operations. Our comparison reveals some interesting insights concerning the relative security and performance of these approaches in database settings. Furthermore, we propose a number of improvements for some of these scheme and protocols. Finally, we provide a number of suggestions and recommendations that can be valuable to database researchers and users.
          Approximate Homomorphic Encryption over the Conjugate-invariant Ring, by Duhyeong Kim and Yongsoo Song      Cache   Translate Page      
The Ring Learning with Errors (RLWE) problem over a cyclotomic ring has been the most widely used hardness assumption for the construction of practical homomorphic encryption schemes. However, this restricted choice of a base ring may cause a waste in terms of plaintext space usage. For example, the approximate homomorphic encryption scheme of Cheon et al. (ASIACRYPT'17) is able to store a complex number in each of the plaintext slots since its canonical embedding of a cyclotomic field has a complex image. The imaginary part of a plaintext is not underutilized at all when the computation is performed over the real numbers, which is required in most of the real-world applications such as machine learning. In this paper, we propose a new approximate homomorphic encryption scheme which is optimized in the computation over real numbers. Our scheme is based on RLWE over a special subring of a cyclotomic ring, which is no easier than a standard lattice problem over ideal lattices by the reduction of Peikert et al. (STOC'17). Our scheme allows real numbers to be packed in a ciphertext without any waste of a plaintext space and consequently we can encrypt twice as many plaintext slots as the previous scheme while maintaining the same security level, storage, and computational costs.
          Security bound for CTR-ACPKM internally re-keyed encryption mode, by Liliya R. Akhmetzyanova, and Evgeny K. Alekseev, and Stanislav V. Smyshlyaev      Cache   Translate Page      
In 2018 the CTR-ACPKM internally re-keyed block cipher mode was adopted in Russian Standardization System and must pass through the last formal standardization stages in IETF. The main distinctive feature of this mode is that during each message processing, the key, used for data blocks transformation, is periodically changed. In the current paper we obtained the security bound for this mode in the standard IND-CPNA security model.
          Building an Efficient Lattice Gadget Toolkit: Subgaussian Sampling and More, by Nicholas Genise and Daniele Micciancio and Yuriy Polyakov      Cache   Translate Page      
Many advanced lattice cryptography applications require efficient algorithms for inverting the so-called "gadget" matrices, which are used to formally describe a digit decomposition problem that produces an output with specific (statistical) properties. The common gadget inversion problems are the classical (often binary) digit decomposition, subgaussian decomposition, Learning with Errors (LWE) decoding, and discrete Gaussian sampling. In this work, we build and implement an efficient lattice gadget toolkit that provides a general treatment of gadget matrices and algorithms for their inversion/sampling. The main contribution of our work is a set of new gadget matrices and algorithms for efficient subgaussian sampling that have a number of major theoretical and practical advantages over previously known algorithms. Another contribution deals with efficient algorithms for LWE decoding and discrete Gaussian sampling in the Residue Number System (RNS) representation. We implement the gadget toolkit in PALISADE and evaluate the performance of our algorithms both in terms of runtime and noise growth. We illustrate the improvements due to our algorithms by implementing a concrete complex application, key-policy attribute-based encryption (KP-ABE), which was previously considered impractical for CPU systems (except for a very small number of attributes). Our runtime improvements for the main bottleneck operation based on subgaussian sampling range from 18x (for 2 attributes) to 289x (for 16 attributes; the maximum number supported by a previous implementation). Our results are applicable to a wide range of other advanced applications in lattice cryptography, such as GSW-based homomorphic encryption schemes, leveled fully homomorphic signatures, key-hiding PRFs and other forms of ABE, some program obfuscation constructions, and more.
          On the Inner Product Predicate and a Generalization of Matching Vector Families, by Balthazar Bauer and Jevgēnijs Vihrovs and Hoeteck Wee      Cache   Translate Page      
Motivated by cryptographic applications such as predicate encryption, we consider the problem of representing an arbitrary predicate as the inner product predicate on two vectors. Concretely, fix a Boolean function $P$ and some modulus $q$. We are interested in encoding $x$ to $\vec x$ and $y$ to $\vec y$ so that $$P(x,y) = 1 \Longleftrightarrow \langle\vec x,\vec y\rangle= 0 \bmod q,$$ where the vectors should be as short as possible. This problem can also be viewed as a generalization of matching vector families, which corresponds to the equality predicate. Matching vector families have been used in the constructions of Ramsey graphs, private information retrieval (PIR) protocols, and more recently, secret sharing. Our main result is a simple lower bound that allows us to show that known encodings for many predicates considered in the cryptographic literature such as greater than and threshold are essentially optimal for prime modulus $q$. Using this approach, we also prove lower bounds on encodings for composite $q$, and then show tight upper bounds for such predicates as greater than, index and disjointness.
          Circular chosen-ciphertext security with compact ciphertexts, by Dennis Hofheinz      Cache   Translate Page      
A key-dependent message (KDM) secure encryption scheme is secure even if an adversary obtains encryptions of messages that depend on the secret key. Such key-dependent encryptions naturally occur in scenarios such as harddisk encryption, formal cryptography, or in specific protocols. However, there are not many provably secure constructions of KDM-secure encryption schemes. Moreover, only one construction, due to Camenisch, Chandran, and Shoup (Eurocrypt 2009) is known to be secure against active (i.e., CCA) attacks. In this work, we construct the first public-key encryption scheme that is KDM-secure against active adversaries and has compact ciphertexts. As usual, we allow only circular key dependencies, meaning that encryptions of arbitrary *entire* secret keys under arbitrary public keys are considered in a multi-user setting. Technically, we follow the approach of Boneh, Halevi, Hamburg, and Ostrovsky (Crypto 2008) to KDM security, which however only achieves security against passive adversaries. We explain an inherent problem in adapting their techniques to active security, and resolve this problem using a new technical tool called ``lossy algebraic filters'' (LAFs). We stress that we significantly deviate from the approach of Camenisch, Chandran, and Shoup to obtain KDM security against active adversaries. This allows us to develop a scheme with compact ciphertexts that consist only of a constant number of group elements.
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          Discovery Park Distinguished Lecture Series: Simon Hunt, MasterCard      Cache   Translate Page      

When: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Where: Lawson 1142, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

Simon Hunt

Executive Vice President of Cybersecurity Product Innovation, MasterCard

Cybercrime funds evil – How cybercriminals spend their money, and using lasers and the dark web to thwart them

In this talk, Simon will present a perspective on the daily arms race security professionals in the payment arena fight against their criminal counterparts. Focus will be placed on how criminals monetize their activity using payment and banking networks to cash out their illicit gains, and what they spend that money on. Covering topics such as dark web data mining, ATM network control, cash-out attacks, and physical compromises of payment devices via skimmers, shimmers, cameras, and more, he will discuss the fine line between cyber-defense and offense. Hunt will also delve into the “evil scientist” side of protecting cashless payment networks using caustic chemicals, electron and x-ray microscopes, lasers, and picosecond imaging technology.

Simon Hunt, market leader, speaker, inventor, and author in privacy, encryption, and endpoint security, drives MasterCard’s product strategy as EVP of Cybersecurity Product Innovation. Before joining MasterCard, Simon held a number of senior leadership roles within McAfee/Intel Security, as CTO Enterprise Endpoint, CTO Innovation, and CTO Secure Home Gateways. He was also the founder and CTO of SafeBoot and EVP and CTO of WinMagic.

Simon has a track record of “last 80%” product delivery – taking great technology and turning it into scalable, global, and most importantly, marketable product. He holds a number of patents on diverse topics such as authentication, encryption, smart matter, drone technology, network security, and malware detection.

Simon has a bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology/Oceanography from UCNW Bangor. Simon currently resides in upstate NY with his wife Elle and spends his personal time building houses, diving, fishing and snowboarding.

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          VMware's CEO has a vision that should terrify the security industry: 'Start getting rid of products' (VMW)      Cache   Translate Page      

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

  • In an interview on Monday at the Best of Breed conference, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said that right now, companies are using too many security products — grim tidings for anybody trying to sell security products to those companies. 
  • By using multiple products, they're creating more cracks in their security infrastructure, where attackers could hypothetically get in.
  • Gelsinger says the goal is to reduce the number of security products used to help protect VMware itself down to 15. 
  • To do this, VMWare will build more security features directly into its own products.

The problem with the security industry, says VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger, is that companies are using too many security products. If you want to be more secure, he says, "start getting rid of products."

Indeed, Gelsinger's big idea for disrupting cybersecurity is to get companies using fewer security products, and rely more on products that already have security baked in, he said in an interview with CRN on Monday at the 2018 Best of Breed conference in Philadelphia.

About two years ago, VMWare used 30 security products to protect its own employees and systems from cyberattack, but now it uses fewer than 20. The lesson, he says, is that VMware is now both more secure, and less reliant on piling on new tools from outside vendors.

“Your customers are looking for more and just giving them another warm blanket, expecting that’s going to stop bullets doesn’t do it,” Gelsinger said. “Your customers want less products, they want more value — and particularly in the security area that’s true. We think VMware is a critical component of that as you’re building those capabilities.”

Gelsinger says the goal is to reduce VMware's usage of security products even further, down to 15 security solutions, which the company will do by building more basic security functions and encryption directly into its own products, including NSX, vSan and AppDefense. That vision could be bad news for the very many security startups out there, who are all selling to a finite number of businesses in the world. 

Having fewer security products may seem counterintuitive as a way to fight cyberattack, but too many security products can create opportunity for attackers. A complicated, patchwork security infrastructure can slow down the detection of threats and makes it easier for attackers to find and exploit any software vulnerabilities. The average enterprise deploys 75 different security products, according to SafeBreach, an internet security company. Gelsinger also cited a meeting he had with a CIO of a top bank, who said that his company uses 250 security vendors.

"How do you make all that work, right? The patches of the patches, and integration—it's just nuts and that has got to get much simpler," Gelsinger said.

It may take a few years before Gelsinger and VMware successfully reduce their reliance on dedicated security tools —  but ultimately, the company hopes to have fewer external vendors and platforms to rely on, while making its own infrastructure platform more secure. In the meanwhile, he urges companies to encrypt their data, so it can't be cracked even in the event of a security incident.

“You should always have data encrypted,” Gelsinger said. “There’s still lots of breaches, but this dramatically reduces the attack surface.”

Read the full interview with CRN here.

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          Peter Dutton urges tech giants to back encryption laws to stop terror      Cache   Translate Page      
Peter Dutton has warned security agencies are losing their edge over terrorists and criminals, who are increasingly using encrypted channels to communicate.
          (USA-VA-Chantilly) Linux Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Description CACI is currently looking for outstanding IT candidates to join our TSA IT Management, Performance Analysis, and Collaborative Technologies (IMPACT) team in the National Capital Region (NCR) and throughout the United States. CACI will provide a variety of IT services through IMPACT including cyber security, identity and access management, risk management, cloud integration and engineering, field support services, service desk, application deployment and optimization, and operations center support services. CACI will support TSA in both classified and unclassified IT operational environments increasing availability and security for a variety of applications and systems. IMPACT services will integrate with the broader DHS mission and enhance existing Department-wide IT capabilities. We welcome the opportunity for you to be part of our TSA IMPACT TEAM of Ever Vigilant! What You’ll Get to Do: + The Linux Engineer will be responsible for supporting, monitoring, testing and troubleshooting issues related to Linux servers. They will support highly complex systems including integration, security, and high-level Linux server administration. This individual provides input regarding future direction and growth of the Linux server infrastructure, performing design and implementation of enterprise wide infrastructures. + Create system scripts for daily administration and document system infrastructure. + Install new software releases, system upgrades, evaluate and install patches and resolve software and hardware related problems. + Perform system backups and recovery. + Maintain data files and monitors system configuration to ensure data integrity. + Maintain the functionality, security, and uptime of critical technology systems such as wireless networks, virtual machine and storage infrastructure, and communication systems. You’ll Bring these Qualifications + Red Hat Certified Engineer or Red Hat Certified System Administrator + Experience with configuring and deploying Linux based operating systems + Solid network and systems troubleshooting experience with HTTP\HTTPS, SFTP, FTP, NFS, SMB, SMTP, SSH, NTP and TCP/IP, Internet Security, encryption + Experience with Red Hat Satellite Server, puppet, chef or Ansible Tower + Proficient in Red Hat Enterprise Linux with in-depth knowledge of OS installation, security hardening and maintenance. + Experience working on physical and virtual (VMware) RHEL servers from scratch. + Administration and management of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 7 servers to include installation, configuration, optimization, backup & recovery + Linux performance tuning & troubleshooting, identifying and resolving contention in CPU, memory, networking, disk I/O, etc + Familiarity with fundamentals of Linux scripting languages for automation tasks and deployments such as Bash Shell, python & Kickstart technologies + Integration & implementation of various services, LDAP, Samba, NFS, Bind, Apache, and other core technologies + BA/BS or equivalent experience and minimum 5 years related work experience + Ability to obtain a DOD Security Clearance + Ability to obtain a DHS Entrance on Duty (EOD) These Qualification Would be Nice to Have: + Relevant DHS focused experience TSAHP What We Can Offer You: + We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post. + Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives. + We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities. + We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities. + For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success. Job Location US-Chantilly-VA-VIRGINIA SUBURBAN CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
          (USA-VA-Springfield) Network Security Engineer - Virtual Platforms      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Description Our Team has an exciting and challenging opportunity available for a Network Security Engineer supporting an Intelligence Community customer’s Virtual Platforms presence wide-area (WAN), local-area (LAN) and campus-area (CAN) networks across multiple security domains. The Network Security Engineer will be actively involved with all phases of security design, implementation, proactive monitoring, troubleshooting and analysis of firewalls, IDSs, VPNs, security controls and policies. Develop system specifications, architecture designs, integration and test plans, and all relevant documentation. Develop security assessment and mitigation strategies. Maintain compliance with DOD Information Assurance requirements as well as ensuring service performance indicators are met or exceeded. What You’ll Get to Do: + Work with customer leadership to research, analyze, and implement enterprise-wide network security solutions/capabilities/enhancements on multiple Virtual Platforms to support customer business/mission goals and objectives. + Assist with designs, analyses, tests and implementation of state-of-the-art secure network architectures on multiple virtual platforms. + Conduct risk assessment and provide recommendations for design. + Conduct encryption technology, penetration and vulnerability analysis of various security technologies, and information technology security research + Manage Virtual Platform remote network security as well as incident and problem management. + Oversee security infrastructure sustainment, maintenance, and advanced configuration. (firewalls, web gateways, mail gateways, IDS, intrusion detection systems, and management tools). + Responsible for development and execution of standard operating procedures for security tools on multiple Virtual Platforms. + Create and maintain System Security Authorization Agreement (SSAA) documentation, create and maintain Plan of Action and Milestones for each system. + Evaluate and report on new network Security technologies to enhance capabilities of the network on multiple Virtual Platforms. + Act as liaison to the contract and customer management, and government Designated Approving Authority (DAA) with regard to multiple Virtual Platform network security status, policies, and procedures. You’ll Bring These Qualifications: Required Education/Training: + Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field. Required Certifications: + DOD 8570 IAT Level II certification. Required Skills: + Security Clearance: active TS/SCI with eligibility for Polygraph + Ability to work weekends and evening hours as needed + Excellent writing and communication skills, including the ability to develop analytical documents and present oral presentations to senior/executive management + Proficient is MS Office suite – Visio, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project Travel: + Travel up to 10% of the time. Experience: + 8+ years related technical experience in Network Security. + 6+ years related technical experience in Virtual Platform Network Security. + 4+ years experience with large-scale enterprise/global networks in a high paced diverse environment. + Interaction with various Virtual Platform environments including provisioning and managing VMs. + Understanding and experience with the DoD Architecture Framework and other key DoD network architecture and strategic planning instructions. + Proven experience with Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 503 instructions; system accreditation and security system documentation. + Proven application of ISO 27000 information security management principles. + Expert knowledge of CISCO firewall/VPN equipment (Adaptive Security Appliance, etc). + Expert knowledge of IP services (IPv4, VPN, IPv6, Multicast, QOS, SNMP, VOIP, VTC, etc). + Experience in providing status reports and products to senior management and customers. + Experience with managing and tracking ATCs and closures of liens to obtain an ATO. + Experience with Palo Alto Networks Firewalls or any NGFW and IPS/IDS. + Experience with plans, designs, and evaluations of security systems and architectures on multiple Virtual Platforms. + Experience with Unix, RHELS OS, Windows Enterprise AD architecture and VMWare virtualization experience. These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have: + Master’s degree in Computer Science or related field + Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) or Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) + CCNP Security and/or CCNA Security certification + AWS certification + MS Azure certification + ITIL certification What We Can Offer You: - We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post. - Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives. - We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities. - We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities. - For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success. Job Location US-Springfield-VA-VIRGINIA SUBURBAN CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
          (USA-DC-Washington) Cyber Security Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Description We are seeking a Cyber Security specialist with experience monitoring, assessing, and mitigating network and application vulnerabilities and threats. As an integral member of the security team, primary responsibility will include supporting daily operations using up-to-date tools and technologies to protect the division IT systems and information. Responsibilities may include providing development and documentation support for policies and procedures within the Department of Justice – Criminal Division enterprise. You will work hand-in-hand with the division Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) on a daily basis and therefore must be able to work collaboratively with the customer and other staff elements. What You’ll Get to Do: + Responsible for implementing and applying technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, devices, programs, and data from malicious attack, damage, or unauthorized access. + Maintain network device and information security incident, damage and threat assessment programs. + Research and maintain proficiency in tools, techniques, countermeasures, and trends in computer and network vulnerabilities, data hiding and network and device security and encryption. + May design, develop or recommend integrated system solutions ensuring proprietary/confidential data and systems are protected in accordance with mandated standards. + May participate with the client in the strategic design process to translate security and business requirements into technical designs. + Configure and validate secure systems, tests security products/systems to detect computer and information security weakness. + May generate security architecture documentation. + May design and implement plans of action and milestones to remediate findings from vulnerability and risk assessments. + Provide information assurance for digital information, ensuring its confidentiality, integrity, and availability. + Responsibilities may include assisting with the granting of authorization to operate IT systems at acceptable levels of risk, monitoring and testing of IT systems for vulnerabilities and indicia of compromise, incident response and remediation, the development of appropriate policy, relevant user security awareness and training, and compliance with applicable government and other external standards. You’ll Bring These Qualifications: + Knowledge of general attack stages (e.g., foot printing and scanning, enumeration, gaining access, escalation of privileges, maintaining access, network exploitation, covering tracks, etc.). + Knowledge of system and application security threats and vulnerabilities (e.g., buffer overflow, mobile code, cross-site scripting, PL/SQL and injections, race conditions, covert channel, replay, return-oriented attacks, and malicious code). + Experience in recognizing and categorizing types of vulnerabilities and associated attacks. + Knowledge of basic system administration and operating system hardening techniques. + Experience in operating information security continuous monitoring or vulnerability analysis tools. + Understanding of network and system intrusion and detection methods consisting of tools such as Splunk and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools. + Experience with progressive security monitoring experience, security operations, and incident response activities. + Perform real-time computer network defense (CND) incident handling (e.g., forensic collections, intrusion correlation/tracking, threat analysis, and direct system remediation) tasks to support deployable Incident Response Teams (IRTs). + Demonstrate experience/knowledge of providing incident response and handling using established best practices/methodologies. + Requires bachelor's degree or equivalent, and seven years of related experience. + Must be able to obtain a DOJ Public Trust clearance. These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have: + Demonstrated experience creating and documenting security policy, process, and procedures, specifically for Incident Response Management. + Security certifications preferred, but not required. What We Can Offer You: - We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post. - Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives. - We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities. - We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities. - For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success. Job Location US-Washington-DC-WASHINGTON DC CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
          Backing up data and solutions that are available      Cache   Translate Page      

Originally posted on: http://blog.davidbarrett.net/archive/2009/04/08/backing-up-data-and-solutions-that-are-available.aspx

So a couple of weeks ago I wrote about how to back up your data on a windows(XP(home and Pro) Vista (all versions)) machine. Some great little apps to backup data to external drives even to a network allocated storage device.

Did you however think great I have a way to backup the data and its working however my hard drives are filling up quickly. What do I do now?

Well you have options:

  1. Backup Less often (this can make things a bit interesting if you are constantly changing files and you may lose critical info.)
  2. Delete older backup files. (if your paranoid like me how far do you go back and delete backups?)
  3. Backup your data to a outside source.

So I am going to talk about option 3.  We want to publish all the backups to a outside source. Well what source or applications are available?

There are a ton of great backup applications/services on the web. I decided to just reference a few:

skydrive Microsoft Skydrive

Amazons3 Amazon S3 and JungleDisk Jungle Disk

Carbonite Carbonite

Mozy Mozy

SugarSync Sugar Sync

Yes I have tested these applications/services. Here is the break down.

Microsoft Skydrive: 25gigs of Storage. No automatic backup and have to be signed in to upload. Web interface to upload only. Non Encrypted. Free

Amazon S3: Pay per Gig use. Only a service. To be able to interface the service you have to use 3rd party applications (Jungle Disk) to do your backup. Encrypted transfers. Pay.

Carbonite: Unlimited storage. Installs to your local c drive and you can drag and drop files. Non Encrypted. Monthly service plan. *Used this service for 12months. Did not like the inflexibility of the service. Also after multiple emails asking if the data uploads and storage was encrypted. I was told in summary: Not to worry about what we do with your data. I promptly Canceled the service.

Mozy: Limited storage as of writing. A lot like carbonite. Non Encrypted. Monthly service plan

SugarSync : Another Clone to Carbonite and Mozy. Non Encrypted. Monthly service plan.

 

So there is the run down on services. However some things you might consider because it is your data. Right?

-Auto Backup?

-Where is the Data really going?

-Who has permission to view your data?

-Availability?

-Encryption?

-Support?

-How to Restore?

Service Auto Backup Data Stored (location) Who can see data? Availability(uptime) Encryption available Customer Support? Restore
Skydrive No Microsoft Private and Public ??? Hope microsoft servers stay online. No No or MSN support so No. No just download data
Amazon S3 Yes only if you use JungleDisk with it. Across all Amazon Data Centers Only You and those you invite(not recommended) ???
Seen Amazon down 3 times in year
Yes Yes Amazon support. Yes using Jungle Disk.
Carbonite Yes, If you map your drives correctly. Good luck. Carbonite Servers Could not be answered by Carbonite ??? As long as the company stays open. No, Once again could not be answered by Carbonite Yes, Very bad support via email. No
Mozy See Carbonite Mozy Servers Yes ??? ??? Email No
Sugar Sync See Carbonite Sugar Sync Servers Yes ??? ??? Email No

 

In summary all these services are very good. It is hard to choose a service unless you really nitpick.

My personal choice after using all these services. Is amazon s3 and Jungle Disk. As a second backup I use SkyDrive and for stuff I want to just publish to the web I use Drop.io.

Why I use these services is partly out of habit. However I like the pricing schema of Amazon s3 and the ease of making the files stored there made public.

Your thoughts are always appreciated.

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          Coalition calls on Google and Facebook to get on side with encryption bill      Cache   Translate Page      

Peter Dutton says the tech giants have a responsibility to help combat organised crime

The Morrison government has criticised Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies for opposing its planned encryption laws, saying the internet giants have a responsibility to help combat organised crime.

Peter Dutton, the home affairs minister, says Australia’s law enforcement agencies have been prevented from infiltrating paedophile networks and other organised crime groups because the messages they send over encrypted electronic messaging services, such as Wickr and Whatsapp, cannot be intercepted by authorities.

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          Google Cloud - Visualising Infrastructure and Common Workloads      Cache   Translate Page      

FWA of the day 09 October 2018:

Google Cloud - Visualising Infrastructure and Common Workloads

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A new experience site that showcases the sophistication, scale and power of Google’s global infrastructure through use of 3D component modelling and case studies that explain complex processes, such as how data encryption is achieved.

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          BitLocker™ - The dirty details      Cache   Translate Page      

Originally posted on: http://maxblogson.net/archive/2006/07/04/84045.aspx

One of the new security features coming in Windows Vista and Longhorn is the new BitLocker™ Drive Encryption technology. BitLocker™ is designed to help prevent information loss, whether it is by theft or accidental. Information loss is costly to business on several levels, and the U.S. Department of Justice estimates that intellectual property theft cost enterprises $250 billion in 2004.

BitLocker™ Drive Encryption gives you improved data protection on your notebooks, desktops, and servers by providing a transparent user experience that requires little to no interaction on a protected system. BitLocker also prevents the use of another operating system or hacking tool to break file and system protections by preventing the offline viewing of user data and OS files through enhanced data protection and boot validation using TPM v1.2.

For those of you who may not know, TPM stands for Trusted Platform Module. So what's that? TPM is a piece of hardware that is part of the motherboard that:

  • Performs cryptographic functions
    • RSA, SHA-1, RNG
    • Meets encryption export requirements
  • Can create, store, and manage keys
    • Provides a unique Endorsement Key (EK)
    • Provides a unique Storage Root Key (SRK)
  • Performs digital signature operations
  • Holds platform measurements (hashes)
  • Anchors a chain of trust for keys and credentials
  • Protects itself against attacks

So now that you know what a TPM is, why should you use one? A TPM is a hardware implementation of a Root-of-Trust, which can be certified to be tamper resistant. When combined with software, it can protect root secrets better than software alone. A TPM can ensure that keys and secrets are only available for use when the environment is appropriate.

The important thing to know about BitLocker is that it will only encrypt the Windows partition. You also won't be able to dual-boot another operating system on the same partition, different partitions are fine. Any attempts to modify the protected Windows partition will render it unbootable.

To completely protect all of the data on the computer, you will need to use a combination of BitLocker on the Windows partition and Encrypted File System (EFS) on the other partitions. When properly configured, EFS is computationally infeasible to crack.

Even with all of the new security that is provided by BitLocker, it can't stop everything. Some of the areas that BitLocker is helpless to defend against are:

  • Hardware debuggers
  • Online attacks—BitLocker is concerned only with the system’s startup process
  • Post logon attacks
  • Sabotage by administrators
  • Poor security maintenance
  • BIOS reflashing
    • Protection against this can be enabled if you wish

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          You Wouldn't Base64 a Password - Cryptography Decoded      Cache   Translate Page      

You Wouldn't Base64 a Password - Cryptography Decoded

There's a ton of bad programming and security advice on the Internet. Some of the advice is bad because the author is misinformed, some because it emphasizes precision over clarity and most people wind up lost in the jargon.

If you feel that cryptography is a weird, complicated, and slightly intimidating subject for which your feelings might be best described as lukewarm (on a good day), we hope that by the time you finish reading this page, you will have a clear understanding of the terms and concepts people use when this topic comes up.

Warning: The example snippets on this page are for illustrative purposes. Don't use them in your projects. If you want a real-world example to reference, check out the snippets in our Chief Development Officer's StackOverflow answer instead.

Basic Cryptography Concepts for Developers

Let's start with a basic question: What exactly is a cryptographic feature? In the simplest terms we can muster: Cryptographic features use math to secure an application .

Digging a little deeper: there are a plethora of cryptography algorithms and they can generally be grouped together based on two criteria:

How much information must be supplied by the developer? What is the intended goal? Confidentiality? Integrity? Authenticity? Non-repudiation? Deniability? (These two are opposites.) Overview of Cryptography Concepts
You Wouldn't Base64 a Password - Cryptography Decoded
Secret-Key Cryptography(1 key) Secret-Key Message Authentication Secret-Key Encryption Authenticated Secret-Key Encryption Public-Key Cryptography (2 keys) Shared Secret Key Agreement The First Rule of Cryptography: Don't Implement it Yourself

Developing cryptography features is best left to the experts. By all means, do feel free to tinker , but don't deploy your experiments in production or share them with other developers who might deploy them in production.

Instead, use a high-level cryptography library that experts have already vetted. Follow the link to read our php cryptography library recommendations .

Keyless Cryptography

The most simplest algorithm to consider is the cryptographic hash function , which accepts one input and returns a single deterministic fixed-size output.

hash("sha256", ""); // e3b0c44298fc1c149afbf4c8996fb92427ae41e4649b934ca495991b7852b855 hash("sha256", "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"); // d7a8fbb307d7809469ca9abcb0082e4f8d5651e46d3cdb762d02d0bf37c9e592

When using a well-designed cryptographic hash function, such as BLAKE2 or SHA256, any change you make to the message will result in a drastically different hash output.

hash("sha256", "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy cog"); // e4c4d8f3bf76b692de791a173e05321150f7a345b46484fe427f6acc7ecc81be

Simple hash functions are fast and deterministic; if you have any arbitrary message, you can calculate the hash output for that particular message. By themselves, they are mostly useful for error checking or as a building block for other cryptographic primitives, which most developers will not need to develop.

Cryptographic hash functions are one-way data transformations.Although you can easily calculate the hash output (often referred to as a message digest) for any arbitrary message, you cannot easily go from the hash output to the original message.

Some hash functions (such as MD5) have weaker security guarantees and smaller output sizes. As a result, it's almost trivial to calculate two different messages that will produce the same MD5 hash .

Secret Key Cryptography

Most cryptography algorithms aren't as simple as hash functions. As a consequence, they are a lot more useful and can provide security guarantees beyond, "Yes, this output can be reproduced from this input."

Consequently, they typically require two pieces of input: The message and a secret key . A secret key should be a unique string of random bytes that both the sender and intended recipient should know, and nobody else.

Keyed Hash Functions - Message Authentication

A keyed hash function, such as HMAC , is a special implementation of a hash function that accepts a message and a secret key and produces a Message Authentication Code (MAC).

hash_hmac("sha256", "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog", "secret key"); // 4a513ac60b4f0253d95c2687fa104691c77c9ed77e884453c6a822b7b010d36f hash_hmac("sha256", "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy cog", "secret key"); // ed6b9bc9d64e4c923b2cc19c15fff329f343f30884935c10e617e0fe067adef1 hash_hmac("sha256", "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog", "secret kez"); // 291579f3123c3126df04a57f78768b6290df93f979b86af25fecd98a9811da5a hash_hmac("sha256", "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy cog", "secret kez"); // 298bb0244ebc987810de3892384bb4663742a540db2b3a875f66b09d068d1f64

Keyed hash functions are more useful than hash functions; only someone with the secret key can calculate a MAC for a given message. Therefore, if you transmit a message and a MAC for a given message, and never transmit the secret key, you can be reasonably sure that the message is authentic.

Secret Key Encryption

Warning: Encryption without message authentication is vulnerable to chosen ciphertext attacks. Please read our whitepaper on Secure Data Encryption in PHP .

Formally, encryption is the reversible process of transforming of a message (called the plaintext ) and a secret key into a seemingly random string of bytes (called the ciphertext ). i.e. encrypt($message, $key) should return a unique string of random bytes for a given pair of $message and $key .

Unfortunately, simple secret-key encryption (also known as ECB mode) is not secure . If you encrypt the same (16-byte, for the popular AES encryption algorithm) block within a message with the same key in ECB mode, the ciphertext will repeat.

Modern secret-key encryption, therefore, actually accepts more than two pieces of information. Beyond the plaintext message and a secret key , they also require a unique Initialization Vector (IV, for CBC mode) or nonce (number to be used once, for CTR mode). The difference between a nonce and IV is subtle .

None of the code on this page is secure; neither are any of the encryption keys. /** * This code is for example purposes only. DO NOT USE IT. * Use https://github.com/defuse/php-encryption instead * * Demo: http://3v4l.org/ih8om */ bin2hex( openssl_encrypt( /* Message: */ "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog", /* Cipher algorithm and block mode: */ 'aes-128-ctr', /* Encryption key: (don't use weak keys like this ever, it's just an example!): */ "\x01\x02\x03\x04" . "\x05\x06\x07\x08" . "\x09\x0a\x0b\x0c" . "\x0d\x0e\x0f\x10", /* Constant that means "don't encode": */ OPENSSL_RAW_DATA, /* Initialization Vector or Nonce -- don't ever actually use all NULL bytes: */ str_repeat("\0", 16) // This is a really bad way to generate a nonce or IV. ) ); // 8f99e1315fcc7875325149dda085c504fc157e39c0b7f31c6c0b333136a7a8877c4971a5ce5688f94ae650 /** * This code is for example purposes only. DO NOT USE IT. * Use https://github.com/defuse/php-encryption instead * * Demo: http://3v4l.org/ZgW38 */ openssl_decrypt( /* Message: */ hex2bin( "8f99e1315fcc7875325149dda085c504fc157e39c0b7f31c6c0b333136a7a8877c4971a5ce5688f94ae650" ), /* Cipher algorithm and block mode: */ 'aes-128-ctr', /* Encryption key: (don't use weak keys like this ever, it's just an example!): */ "\x01\x02\x03\x04" . "\x05\x06\x07\x08" . "\x09\x0a\x0b\x0c" . "\x0d\x0e\x0f\x10", /* Constant that means "don't encode": */ OPENSSL_RAW_DATA, /* Initialization Vector or Nonce -- don't ever actually use all NULL bytes: */ str_repeat("\0", 16) // This is a really bad way to generate a nonce or IV. ); // The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog

A more in-depth and less illustrative example (which properly generates IVs) is available here .

For a closer examination at symmetric-key encryption with OpenSSL, readour white paper.

Decryption is only successful if the same IV/nonce and secret key are used. However, only the key must be kept secret; the IV and nonce can even be broadcast with your encrypted message.

Authenticated Secret-Key Encryption

If you recall from our earlier blog post, Using Encryption and Authentication Correctly , secret-key encryption itself is vulnerable to tampering unless you combine it with authentication.

The only strategies proven to be secure are touse an AEAD mode or to always encrypt first then authenticate the encrypted data with a MAC.

If you are following an Encrypt-Then-MAC construction, you want to use two separate secret keys: One for the encryption, the other for the MAC. In other words, apply the previous two sections together:

/** * This code is for example purposes only. DO NOT USE IT. * Use https://github.com/defuse/php-encryption instead */ $nonce = random_bytes(16); $ciphertext = openssl_encrypt( /* Message: */ "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog", /* Cipher algorithm and block mode: */ 'aes-128-ctr', /* Encryption key: (don't use weak keys like this ever, it's just an example!) * Instead, you want to generate 16, 24, or 32 random bytes (i.e. random_bytes(16)) * on your own. It's generally a bad idea to copy and paste security code. */ "\x01\x02\x03\x04" . "\x05\x06\x07\x08" . "\x09\x0a\x0b\x0c" . "\x0d\x0e\x0f\x10", /* Constants that mean "don't encode" and "we have no padding" to the OpenSSL API: */ OPENSSL_RAW_DATA + OPENSSL_ZERO_PADDING, /* Initialization Vector or Nonce: */ $nonce ); // You should choose a better HMAC key than we did for this article: $mac = hash_hmac("sha256", $nonce.$ciphertext, "\xff\xfe\xfd\xfc" . "\xfb\xfa\xf9\xf8" . "\xf7\xf6\xf5\xf4" . "\xf3\xf2\xf1\xf0", true); echo bin2hex($nonce.$ciphertext.$mac); /* 71b5546f 6cb857cd 0d8f8be3 f9312c74 <- Nonce (randomly chosen) 356146df 274552c2 e98d3008 b1dfa35c <- Ciphertext 60d6130d 9c9ca525 6c2f2f25 0b321176 06563174 c3b073a0 5ab263 4d1c7416 b086a316 a0474a05 84e3793c <- MAC a32fde09 0d82a5ef 213cb329 da3b5b06 */

It is important to exercise caution when combining cryptographic features. Our basic protocol as written above has no redundant features:

Secret key encryption provides confidentiality such that it can only be read with the correct secret key. Keyed hash functions provide authentication (and consequently, message integrity ) such that anyone possessing the correct secret key can recalculate the same MAC. A random IV/nonce is used to make each encrypted message unique, even if the unencrypted message is the same .

It should go without saying, but double-encrypting or double-authenticating when you need authenticated encryption would just be silly.

Public Key Cryptography

Public key cryptography is challenging for nontechnical people to understand, and even more challenging for technical people to explain correctly without burying the reader in mathematics or missing critical points. The end result is usually a lot of confusion and occasionally a false sense of understanding. (A fauxreka moment, if you will.)


You Wouldn't Base64 a Password - Cryptography Decoded

Here's all you need to know right now: Unlike secret key encryption, which involves a single secret key that is held by both parties, in public key cryptography, each participant has two keys :

Each participant has a private key , which they never share. Each participant also has a public key , which is mathematically related to their private key, which they share with everyone.

It is unfortunate that the "key" terminology from secret key cryptography stuck when public key cryptography was discovered, as there aren't very many physical systems that are intuitively similar to what's going on here. Some people have attempted to explain public key cryptography using colors or detailed explanations . If you're interested in the intimate details, we recommend both of the links in the previous sentence.

For everyone else, if you can accept these premises, understanding the rest isn't hard:

To use public key cryptography, you generate a key-pair and share the public key, but keep the private key to yourself. (In most cases, every participant does this.) There is only one private key for any given public key. Both of the keys in a given key-pair are related to each other, mathematically. Given a public key, it is almost impossible to figure out what the private key is. Given a private key, you can near-instantly calculate the related public key.

Got it? Let's build something with this understanding.

Shared Secret Key Agreement

Let's say you want to talk to a friend over the Internet using secret key cryptography (which is much faster than public key cryptography), but you don't want anyone else to read it. You and her haven't already agreed upon a secret key. How do you do it?

Glossing over the finer details (the color video above explains it fairly well), this is what you do:

You send her your public key (yellow). She sends you her public key (light blue). Combine your private key (green) and her public key (blue) to form a shared secret key. She will combine her private key (red) with your public key (yellow) to form the same exact shared key .

How? Modular arithmetic (classic Diffie Hellman) or multiplication along elliptic curves over finite fields (modern Elliptic Curve Diffie Hellman).

Digital Signatures

Digital signature algorithms, such as EdDSA (Edwards-curve Digital Signature Algorithm), are one of the most useful innovations to result from public key cryptography.

A digital signature is calculated from a message and a private key . Earlier algorithms (such as ECDSA) also required you to generate a unique random nonce for each message, but this was proven to be error-prone in the real world.

Anyone else with a copy of your public key can verify that a particular message was signed by your private key. Unlike keyed hash functions, this verification takes place without requiring you to reveal your private key.

Common Misconceptions and Pitfalls Password Storage

Quick answer:Just use bcrypt. For PHP developers, this means password_hash() and password_verify() rather than crypt() .

Many developers think passwords should be encrypted , but this is false. Passwords should be hashed , not encrypted. Furthermore, don't confuse password hashing algorithms with simple cryptographic hash functions. They're not the same thing:

Cryptographic Hashes Password Hashes Fast Only one input: The message Intentionally slow At least three inputs: The password A per-user salt A cost factor (how expensive to make the computation)

Unlike cryptographic hashes, password hashes require more than one input parameter. But unlike encryption algorithms, password hashes are one-way deterministic trap door calculations. Also unlike secret-key encryption, the salt does not need to remain secret; it merely needs to be unique per user. The purpose of a unique salt per user is to thwart pre-computation and to make brute-force guessing passwords from a list of hashes more expensive.

Can I encrypt my (bcrypt) password hashes?

Yes. If you run your web application and your database on separate hardware servers, this actually provides a substantial defense in depth. That's the reasoning behind our password_lock library.

File Verification

Digital signatures can prove authenticity, cryptographic hash functions can not.

There is a nontrivial portion of technical users that will, upon downloading an executable from a website, recalculate the MD5 or SHA1 hash of the file and compare it to one displayed on the web page they downloaded the file from. If it matches, they will execute the file, fully trusting its contents to be genuine.

If both the file and the hash value are stored on the same server, this is a completely ludicrous waste of time: Any attacker who can alter your download can replace the hashes on the web page too. (If the file and hash are on separate servers, the situation is a little different, but the improvement is not significant enough to warrant eschewing a better solution.)

After all, as we said above, hash functions like MD5 and SHA1 produce a deterministic fixed-size output for a given input. There are no secrets involved. When a solution does not increase security but makes people feel more secure, we call it security theater .

Cryptographic hash functions are security theater in this situation. You want digital signatures instead.

To improve security, instead of posting MD5/SHA1 hashes, the software vendor can instead sign their package with their EdDSA private key and share their EdDSA public key far and wide. When you download the file, you should also download the signature and, using the verified public key, check that it is authentic.

For example: Minisign .

A keyed hash function won't work here either, as you would need to distribute the secret key in order for anyone to be able to verify the signature. If they have the secret key, they can forge their own signatures for maliciously altered message (in this case, executable file).

Digital signatures are the best way to achieve assurance about the authenticity of a download. MD5/SHA1 hashes are almost always useless here.

Encoding and Compression Aren't Cryptographic

A common beginner's mistake is to use an encoding function, such as base64_encode() , to attempt to obfuscate information. Consider the following code, which was offered in a LinkedIn discussion about how to properly store passwords in a PHP web application:


You Wouldn't Base64 a Password - Cryptography Decoded
This may very well be the worst password storage function ever written .

A lot of developers will either encode or compress information and assume their solution provides the same level of security as actual cryptographic features simply because the output is not human readable. It doesn't.

Encoding and compression algorithms are both reversible, keyless transformations of information . Encoding specifies how information should be represented in human-readable text. Compression attempts to reduce an input to as little space as possible. Both are useful, but they are not cryptographic features.

Cryptographic hash algorithms (e.g. SHA256) are deterministic one-way algorithms that require zero keys. Keyed hashing algorithms (e.g. HMAC) are used for authentication in secret-key cryptography; requires one key. Secret-key encryption algorithms (e.g. AES-CTR) are used to transform messages so only someone possessing the secret key can reverse; requires one key . Shared secret agreement algorithms (e.g. ECDH) are used to negotiate a shared secret key while only requiring the public transmission of both party's public keys. Requires four keys (two pairs of private/public) to generate a fifth. Digital signature algorithms (e.g. Ed25519) are used to sign messages (with one's private key) that anyone possessing the corresponding public key can validate. Requires two keys. Password hashing algorithms (e.g. bcrypt) are slow hashing algorithms designed specifically for being difficult to efficiently attack with a brute force search. Requires one secret input and a per-user salt. Encoding algorithms (e.g. Base64) are not cryptographic. Compression algorithms (e.g. gzip) are not cryptographic. Keep in Mind Don't encrypt passwords. Instead, hash them with a password hashing algorithm. (You may encrypt the hashes.) Hash functions like MD5, SHA1, and SHA256 are not encryption. Anyone who uses the phrase "password encryption" probably needs to read this entire page carefully, because they are deeply mistaken. Secret-key encryption without message authentication is insecure (it's vulnerable to chosen ciphertext attacks). For downloads: digital signatures prove authenticity, hashes do not. You want a Minsign or GPG signature, not an MD5 hash.

We hope that this post serves as a good introduction to cryptography concepts. Our team publishes new posts about cryptography, application security, and web development in PHP anywhere from 2 to 5 times per month (usually on Friday). We also offercode review and technology consulting services.


          If You're Typing the Word MCRYPT Into Your PHP Code, You're Doing It Wrong      Cache   Translate Page      

Foreword: You probably should not be deploying your own cryptography to begin with, especially if you don't already understand that encryption is not authentication . For production systems, use PECL libsodium or defuse/php-encryption and save yourself the headache.

The rest of this post is intended for PHP developers who still want to write their own cryptography code, or already have.

Top 3 Reasons to Avoid Mcrypt I. Mcrypt is Abandonware

PHP's optional mcrypt extension provides bindings for a cryptography library called libmcrypt , which has been collecting dust since 2007 (eight years and counting) despite plenty of bugs , some which even have patches available .

If bit rot weren't enough reason to avoid using this library, the major design flaws which make it easier to write insecure code than it is to write secure code should.

II. It's Confusing and Counter-Intuitive

Look at this list of mcrypt ciphers and tell me how you would implement AES-256-CBC . If your code looks like this, you've just run headfirst into the first (and arguably most common) mcrypt design wart:

function encryptOnly($plaintext, $key) { $iv = mcrypt_create_iv(16, MCRYPT_DEV_URANDOM); $ciphertext = mcrypt_encrypt(MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256, $key, $plaintext, MCRYPT_MODE_CBC, $iv); return $iv.$ciphertext; }

Surprise! MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256 doesn't mean AES-256 .

All variants of AES use a 128-bit block size with varying key lengths (128, 192, or 256). This means that MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128 is the only correct choice if you want AES.

MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_192 and MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256 instead refer to non-standard, less-studied variants of the Rijndael block cipher that operate on larger blocks.

Considering that AES-256 has much worse key scheduling than AES-128 , it's not at all unreasonable to suspect there might be unknown weaknesses in the non-standard Rijndael variants that are not present in the standardized 128-bit block size version of the algorithm. At the very least, it makes interoperability with other encryption libraries that only implement AES a challenge.

Isn't it great that mcrypt makes you feel dumb for not knowing details that you probably shouldn't really need to know? Don't worry, it gets worse.

III. Null Padding

We already stated that not authenticating your ciphertexts is a bad idea, and in all fairness, padding oracle attacks are going to be a problem in CBC (Cipher Block Chaining) mode no matter what padding scheme you select if you fail to Encrypt then MAC .

If you encrypt your message with mcrypt_encrypt() , you have to choose between writing your own plaintext padding strategy or using the one mcrypt implements by default: zero-padding.

To see why zero-padding sucks, let's encrypt then decrypt a binary string in AES-128-CBC using mcrypt (The result of running this code is available here ):

$key = hex2bin('000102030405060708090a0b0c0d0e0f'); $message = hex2bin('5061726101676f6e000300'); $iv = mcrypt_create_iv(16, MCRYPT_DEV_URANDOM); $encrypted = mcrypt_encrypt(MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128, $key, $message, MCRYPT_MODE_CBC, $iv); $decrypted = mcrypt_decrypt(MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128, $key, $encrypted, MCRYPT_MODE_CBC, $iv); // This should still be padded: var_dump(bin2hex($decrypted)); // Let's strip off the padding: $stripped = rtrim($decrypted, "\0"); var_dump(bin2hex($stripped)); // Does this equal the original message? var_dump($stripped === $message);

As you can see, padding a plaintext with zero bytes can lead to a loss of data. A much safer alternative is to use PKCS7 padding.

OpenSSL Does It Better

Here is an example of an unauthenticated AES-256-CBC encryption library written in Mcrypt with PKCS7 padding.

/** * This library is unsafe because it does not MAC after encrypting */ class UnsafeMcryptAES { const CIPHER = MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128; public static function encrypt($message, $key) { if (mb_strlen($key, '8bit') !== 32) { throw new Exception("Needs a 256-bit key!"); } $ivsize = mcrypt_get_iv_size(self::CIPHER); $iv = mcrypt_create_iv($ivsize, MCRYPT_DEV_URANDOM); // Add PKCS7 Padding $block = mcrypt_get_block_size(self::CIPHER); $pad = $block - (mb_strlen($message, '8bit') % $block, '8bit'); $message .= str_repeat(chr($pad), $pad); $ciphertext = mcrypt_encrypt( MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128, $key, $message, MCRYPT_MODE_CBC, $iv ); return $iv . $ciphertext; } public static function decrypt($message, $key) { if (mb_strlen($key, '8bit') !== 32) { throw new Exception("Needs a 256-bit key!"); } $ivsize = mcrypt_get_iv_size(self::CIPHER); $iv = mb_substr($message, 0, $ivsize, '8bit'); $ciphertext = mb_substr($message, $ivsize, null, '8bit'); $plaintext = mcrypt_decrypt( MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128, $key, $ciphertext, MCRYPT_MODE_CBC, $iv ); $len = mb_strlen($plaintext, '8bit'); $pad = ord($plaintext[$len - 1]); if ($pad <= 0 || $pad > $block) { // Padding error! return false; } return mb_substr($plaintext, 0, $len - $pad, '8bit'); } }

And here's the library written using OpenSSL.

/** * This library is unsafe because it does not MAC after encrypting */ class UnsafeOpensslAES { const METHOD = 'aes-256-cbc'; public static function encrypt($message, $key) { if (mb_strlen($key, '8bit') !== 32) { throw new Exception("Needs a 256-bit key!"); } $ivsize = openssl_cipher_iv_length(self::METHOD); $iv = openssl_random_pseudo_bytes($ivsize); $ciphertext = openssl_encrypt( $message, self::METHOD, $key, OPENSSL_RAW_DATA, $iv ); return $iv . $ciphertext; } public static function decrypt($message, $key) { if (mb_strlen($key, '8bit') !== 32) { throw new Exception("Needs a 256-bit key!"); } $ivsize = openssl_cipher_iv_length(self::METHOD); $iv = mb_substr($message, 0, $ivsize, '8bit'); $ciphertext = mb_substr($message, $ivsize, null, '8bit'); return openssl_decrypt( $ciphertext, self::METHOD, $key, OPENSSL_RAW_DATA, $iv ); } }

In almost every metric, openssl wins over mcrypt:

Specifying 'aes-256-cbc' is much more obvious than remembering to use MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_128 with a 32-byte binary key. openssl_encrypt() performs PKCS7 padding by default, and lets you specify OPENSSL_ZERO_PADDING if you really want it. The code you write ends up much more compact and readable, with less room for implementation errors. It performs AES encryption/decryption much faster, since it supports AES-NI if your processor has this feature. AES-NI also means you don't have to worry about an attacker recovering your secret key from cache-timing information. OpenSSL is being actively developed and maintained. In response of the Heartbleed vulnerability last year, several organizations (including the linux Foundation) declared the project critical Internet infrastructure and began pouring resources into finding and fixing bugs in the system. If you still don't trust it, there's always LibreSSL .

Simplicity, security, and performance. What more is there to ask for?

There are, however, two things with OpenSSL that you should watch out for.

OpenSSL Gotchas The CSPRNG they offer is a userspace PRNG based on hash functions, which goes against the advice of Thomas Ptacek to use /dev/urandom . The only one-liner alternative is mcrypt_create_iv() , as demonstrated above, but this function is only exposed if you enable the mcrypt extension. Fortunately, PHP 7 will offer a core random_bytes() function that leverages the kernel's CSPRNG. Although your version of OpenSSL might list GCM based cipher modes (e.g. aes-128-gcm ), PHP doesn't actually support these methods yet. In Sum

Don't use mcrypt . If you're typing the word mcrypt into your code, you're probably making a mistake. Although it's possible to provide a relatively secure cryptography library that builds on top of mcrypt (the earlier version of defuse/php-encryption did), switching your code to openssl will provide better security, performance, maintainability, and portability.

Even better:use libsodium instead.


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In the talk we will embark on a journey in the field of security research, by challenging the assumption that encrypted communications are safe and cannot be hacked or decoded. The vast majority of web content is now “secured” with encryption technologies, likewise almost all social media and messaging apps also use encryption to protect user contents and ensure an acceptable level of privacy, and in reality nobody can say for sure if the encrypted data is really secure as not all encryption techniques offer the same level of security.

To try to find some answers to the most outstanding questions we conducted a long term study, collected hundred of millions of cryptographic keys over a period of time of several years and across a wide range of protocols, then subjected each key to a battery of tests to identify possible issues and generate security related metrics. To conclude we will discuss how this kind of research lead to the identification of thousand of valid but insecure cryptographic keys and the discovery of valuable insights on how communications are secured and how the industry operates.

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Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/10/2018 -- According to the global cloud encryption market is highly consolidated. A few key players who are well established are holding key market shares. Names of the leading players operating in the cloud encryption market are: Thales e-Security Inc., Sophos Group Plc., CipherCloud Inc., IBM Corporation, Secomba GmbH, Gemalto NV, Hytrust Inc., Symantec Corporation, and Netskope Inc.

Key players are indulging in technological innovations to strengthen their foothold and eliminate competition. Companies such as SonicWall Inc have released a range of advanced cloud security products in 2017 including SonicWall Cloud Analytics application for deep security data analysis and automated breach detection. Players are also looking to tap on the markets in emerging nations of Asia Pacific as these nations are rapidly adopting cloud solutions.

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Quantum secure direct communication transmits secret information directly without encryption. Recently, a research team led by Prof. Gui-Lu Long from Tsinghua University proposed a measurement- device- independent quantum secure direct communication protocol using Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen pairs. This protocol eliminates all loopholes related to measurement devices, which solves a key obstacle in practical quantum secure direct communication. The protocol has also an extended communication distance, and a high communication capacity.
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In Should This Thing Be Smart?, Justin Peters examines a smart object and tries to determine whether there is any good reason for its existence—and how likely it is to be used for nefarious reasons. Previously on Should This Thing Be Smart?: the $60 smart fork, the $199 smart socks, the $80 coffee mug, the $99 button, the $99 toothbrush, the $99 dog collar, and the $1,199 mirror.

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The case for the smart bike lock: The Ellipse smart bike lock is a very interesting bike lock! It exists in part to solve a logistical problem faced by people who choose to lend their bikes out to others. Let’s say that your friend wants to borrow your bike, which is currently secured to a bike rack with a U-lock. Well, since you’re a good friend, you’ll probably either 1) go unlock the bike for her, or 2) give her the key and implore her not to lose it. Now let’s say that 100 friends want to borrow your bike, all at different times—and let’s also say that, because you are a pushover, you say yes to all of them. (This is the downside to having 100 friends.) You’re screwed now! What are you going to do? Clear your schedule so that you can be on hand to unlock the bike for each rider? Make 100 different copies of the key and just assume that none will fall into the wrong hands? Change your name and flee the city to go start a new life in Guadalajara? There are no good answers here.

You see the problem. Standard bike locks don’t really work for people who want their bikes to be accessible by multiple riders. With Ellipse’s keyless entry system, you can grant access to whomever you like whenever you like by sending them a code that they can use to unlock the bike. That way, you can also ensure that they don’t come back later and borrow it without permission. Plus, the lock’s sturdy chromoly steel construction will keep the bike safe from run-of-the-mill thieves. Thanks, Ellipse!

Though the Ellipse is clearly designed for use by bike-share fleet managers, the company is more than happy to sell it directly to you, a person who either cannot or will not deign to remember a combination or fumble through pockets for a key. If you are this sort of person, you will be thrilled to learn that you can unlock the Ellipse by tapping your smartphone, and then, presto, off you go. The only way to unlock your nonsmart lock with your phone is to use the phone as a bludgeon, hammering away at the locking mechanism until either it or the phone gives way. Spoiler alert: Your phone will always be the thing that gives way. The Ellipse will save you a ton of money on replacement phones.

The Ellipse is both a lock and a watchdog. It will send you a “theft alert” if it senses that someone (ominous Halloween voice: or something … ) is tampering with your bike. At that point, you have several options. You can call the police. You can bound out of your house yelling and waving your arms in a bid to scare off the presumably skittish thief. You can choose to assume that the alert is a false alarm and go right on eating your sandwich. You can choose to (gritty Death Wish voice) take the law into your own hands. I really do not endorse that final option, but you do you.

The Ellipse is self-charging. A small solar panel transforms the sun’s healthful rays into battery power, and then stores the charge until you need it. No need to waste one of your precious power outlets on your bike lock, and there is certainly no need to plug a power strip into another power strip in order to create more outlet space. The Ellipse will reduce your risk of household electrical fires.

The case against the smart bike lock: There is ample evidence to suggest that the Ellipse actually sucks. In a July review, CNET criticized the lock’s abnormally short shackle, found that the vaunted tap-the-phone keyless entry system was rather inconvenient, and said that using it daily was “an incredibly frustrating experience.” Amateur reviewers have been even harsher. For more on this point, I will direct you to the product’s Amazon page, where reviewer after reviewer complains of Ellipse’s shoddy construction, poor design, and nonexistent customer service. Many online reviewers really seem to hate the Ellipse. “This item is complete garbage. Does not connect to the phone, no fall back unlock, no clear directions on how to press on the key,” wrote one Amazon reviewer. “This is probably the worst techno gizmo i’ve ever bought. It is unreservedly terrible,” wrote yet another. Multiple reviewers have mentioned a potential class-action lawsuit against Lattis, basically for overpromising and underdelivering, which is definitely not what you want from a lock. Multiple reviewers have complained that the Ellipse is not at all waterproof and that even a small amount of exposure to liquid will basically fry it, thus making the Ellipse the Wicked Witch of the West of locks. You know what doesn’t break when it comes into contact with water? Every other nonsmart lock in the world.

The theft alerts seem great in theory, but you will be unsurprised to learn that the feature seems to fall very short in practice. Reviewers write of limited Bluetooth range that inhibits the utility and complain of receiving false alarms set off by jostlers, passers-by, and other nonthieves. How many false alarms will it take for you to become inured to the alerts? The answer is one. After two false alarms, you will start thinking of the Ellipse as the lock that cried “thief” and will stop trusting its warnings.

Look, I suppose that this complaint is not specific to the Ellipse, but the one thing in my life that I don’t want to be smart is a lock. I am perfectly happy with all of the locks in my life being very, very dumb and thus unhackable from a distance. Does this mark me as a Luddite? A “square”? Go right ahead and laugh at me, you early adopters, but be forewarned: I reserve the right to laugh back at you on that inevitable day when your lock is held hostage by overseas hackers.

The Ellipse is really expensive. In 2008 I bought a used bike from a guy I found on Craigslist. I met him on the street outside my apartment at 7 one morning. He was driving a big work van filled with used bikes; he tossed one out of the van, I gave him $180, and he drove away. I still have the bike. Revisiting this story 10 years later, I now realize that the bike I bought may well have been stolen. Oh, well! I guess my point is that even if your bike gets stolen because you do not have a good lock, you can probably buy it back from a stranger in a van for less money than it would cost you to buy this smart bike lock.

The Ellipse is not actually shaped like an ellipse. It’s more of a parabola. What else does the Ellipse promise but not deliver, hmmm?

Security risk factor: The Ellipse website boasts of the lock’s “bank-level encryption,” which sounds pretty impressive, but which bank are we talking about here? Hopefully not one of those banks that routinely give up users’ personal information to hackers. Regardless, my main concern is that Lattis seems to have stopped communicating with its many unhappy customers. Trustworthy companies do not ghost on their customers as soon as they run their credit cards.

“First question: Why does one need a smart lock? Perhaps to avoid forgetting/losing physical keys,” wrote Ken Munro, founder and senior partner at the British penetration testing firm Pen Test Partners, in a recent email. “However, if the mobile app or related unlock mechanism isn’t secure, you’re actually making your bike LESS secure. Want examples? Go look at the Tapplock!” Munro is referring to an incident in June, when Pen Test Partners found serious flaws in a fingerprint-reading Bluetooth padlock called the Tapplock, which boasted of its “cut-resistant” shackle and its military-grade encryption standards. Pen Test Partners was able to cut the lock in 10 seconds with a bolt cutter, and to crack the lock’s vaunted encryption after 45 minutes of research and hacking. “Words like ‘bank grade security’ fill me with dread,” continued Munro. “This usually means that they’ve used a similar encryption algorithm for the mobile app comms to those found in financial services, having paid little attention to all the other attack surfaces for the lock!”

The most obvious attack surface for this lock, of course, is its steel shackle—and bike thieves have been successfully breaching nonsmart U-locks for years and years. “I’m less worried about clandestine compromise of a bike lock,” said James Loving, a security researcher affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “A pair of bolt cutters can get into these locks just as easily, so the real benefit of exploitation is being able to surreptitiously access what’s behind the lock. With a bike lock, the theft will be obvious either way, and access to the bike is possible either way, so there’s little point to exploiting the Ellipse lock beyond hacker cred.” Still, for those hackers out there who want some cred, the Ellipse seems ripe for the cracking.

Is the Ellipse more likely to be used to solve or commit a crime? Initially I was going to say “solve the crime-in-progress of bike theft,” but since the theft detection feature on the Ellipse does not actually seem to work all that well, I guess I’ll say that it’s most likely to be used to commit the crime of hurling an expensive and underwhelming bike lock in frustration through a neighbor’s window.

Should this thing be smart? This specific thing—the Ellipse, I mean—should not be smart. There is certainly a world in which a smart bike lock is a very good idea. But the Ellipse, by many accounts a flawed product, is not the smart bike lock that the world has been waiting for.


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          6 Best Free Remote Access Software Tools in 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

The purpose of remote access software, sometimes also called remote desktop software or remote control software, is to let you control a computer remotely from another computer. This can be useful when a friend or relative who isn’t as computer-savvy as you are asks you for help, or when you let an application run on your computer and want to monitor its progress even when you’re away.

Most remote access software tools rely on a client-server architecture, with both the client and the server using a piece of software to facilitate the connection. In practice, this means that you need to install a remote access software host application on the computer you would like to access remotely, and then run a remote access software client application on each device from which you would like to connect to the computer.

Some remote access software tools make this easier than others, so it’s important to pick one that fits your needs and skill level. Typically, the more complicated a remote access software tool is, the greater control over the remote connection it gives you. To get you started, we’ve selected 5 best free remote access software tools available and described the main characteristics of each.

1. TeamViewer

TeamViewer is by far the most popular remote access software tool available. Connecting over 1.7 billion devices every day, TeamViewer has convinced millions of home and business customers that it’s the best remote connectivity solution on the market with its incredibly fast and secure global network, wide range of features, and excellent ease of use.

TeamViewer is free for personal use, and it’s available for windows, macOS, linux, Chrome OS, iOS, Android, Windows RT, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry. Besides remote support, you can also use TeamViewer for file transfers, remote printing, or to access unattended computers, servers, Android devices, point-of-sale devices, or public displays.

2. Chrome Remote Desktop

If you use the Chrome web browser or own a Chromebook, Chrome Remote Desktop is arguably the most straightforward remote access software tool you can use to access your devices remotely. Developed by Google and available as a Chrome app, this remote access software tool uses a proprietary protocol developed by Google to transmit the keyboard and mouse events, video, and audio from one computer to another.

Once you’ve installed Chrome Remote Desktop on your computer, you can begin sharing your desktop simply by giving access to anyone you want. All connections are fully secured, so there’s no reason to worry about someone intercepting your remote desktop session and stealing sensitive information from you. Chrome Remote Desktop is free and works on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android.

3. Remote Utilities

Remote Utilities is an advanced remote access software tool with support for Active Directory, which is a directory service that Microsoft developed for the Windows domain networks. The purpose of Active Directory is to, among other things, authenticate and authorize all users and computers in a Windows domain type network. Because Remote Utilities easily integrates into any Active Directory environment, you can use it to administer your entire network with unprecedented comfort.

Remote Utilities can operate as a 100-percent autonomous remote support solution to comply with the strictest security requirements, and it comes with a useful MSI Configurator utility that allows you to create a custom Host installer for further deployment across your network. You can try Remote Utilities for free for 30 days and use the online License Calculator to find out how much Remote Utilities would cost you after the trial period ends.

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Navajo Code Talkers Tribute

The secret communications work of the Marine Corps during World War II was declassified in 1968, but it wasn’t until 1989 that the first memorial was dedicated to the encryption specialists now famously known as the Navajo Code Talkers.

The enormous sculpture is prominently positioned at the corner of Central Avenue and Thomas Road in midtown Phoenix, and sculptor Doug Hyde chose to represent a Code Talker in traditional attire carrying a traditional communications device: a flute.

Serving in the Pacific in every major battle of the war, the Code Talkers used their notoriously difficult language as the basis for a code that was never broken. But Navajo was neither the first nor the only Native American language to be used by the U.S. military for wartime communications. Cherokee, Comanche, and Choctaw tribal members were deployed in the World War I and, together with Seminole, Assiniboine, and others, they continued to work throughout the World War II. More Native Americans have served in the U.S. military per capita than any other ethnic group, and that their efforts were central to success in combat.

Hyde, whose own heritage is Nez Perce, Assiniboine, and Chippewa, is a veteran himself of the Vietnam War. A master in stone as well as bronze, he has pieces in major museums throughout the United States, including at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. And while his memorial is distinctly Navajo, Hyde’s intention was to include symbols that would be understood by all Native American tribes.

The Phoenix memorial imparts the spirit of the Navajo Code Talkers by depicting a young boy with a flute, representing the communication of peace rather than war. The absence of military garb and the emblematic radios emphasizes that the new generation of Native peoples will live in peace as a result of the sacrifices of the Code Talkers. It is believed that fewer than 10 of the 400 Code Talkers who served in the 1940s are still alive today.


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          Online voting bugs could let hackers flip an election, say experts      Cache   Translate Page      

Online banking, ecommerce, e-filing taxes. Moving print documents and in-person services online–even those full of sensitive information–has been an inexorable trend for decades. And voting has moved in that direction too, in 32 U.S. states and several countries, starting in those simpler times of the 1990s and early 2000s.

That was a giant security blunder, according to a new report from tech and election experts that urges a return to good old paper ballots.

“This is a position consistently that computer scientists have been saying for a decade, and computer scientists are the ones who you think would be the most favorable to the idea [of online voting] because, we invent the things.” So says Jeremy Epstein, vice chair of the U.S. Technology Policy Council at the ACM, billed as the largest association of computing experts.

He co-authored the report, which has the dry but ominous title, “Email and Internet Voting: The Overlooked Threat to Election Security,” together with experts from Common Cause Education Fund, the National Election Defense Coalition, and the R Street Institute.

It counted about 100,000 online ballots cast in 2016, based on reports from county election offices. But the real number could be much higher: Sixteen states with online voting, including Massachusetts and New Jersey, didn’t send in any reports. “It appears that, in some cases, it could be that there are enough votes being cast online that they could flip elections if they were manipulated,” says Epstein.

A chain of horrors

The common practice of emailing ballots is like breakdancing in a minefield of security threats. Hackers can intercept the data on its way to polling authorities, says the study, changing votes in a way that no one can trace. Or malware, some form of which is on up to a third of all computers, can surreptitiously alter what voters type in. It can also plant yet more malware in the PDF or JPEG files that voters email in.

This could lead to the ultimate nightmare scenario. An election worker clicks on an infected attachment, which spreads malware across the network at a county or state election office. It then infects the configuration files that are loaded, via memory cards, onto all voting machines and scanners for every election. Even if those machines aren’t online, the bug still gets in. “Without fanfare, one email has swung an election,” says the study.


Related: Every 2016 presidential campaign operation was cyber attacked, says security provider


Even short of such a meltdown, just tampering with the relatively small number of online votes could be enough to flip the polls in the close races that are becoming more common around the world, says Liz Howard, counsel for the Democracy Program at NYU’s Brennan Center for Justice. She agrees that online voting can’t be made safe with today’s technology.

Howard has firsthand knowledge of the subject, given her experience serving as deputy commissioner for the Virginia Department of Elections from 2014 to 2018. Four years ago, well before the election meddling of 2016, the state put out a study concluding that beefing up Virginia’s online voting security would cost $1 million to set up and another $1 million to run each year, adding 20 to 25 percent onto the state’s annual election budget. “And I don’t know whether or not that program that we were suggesting would satisfy today’s cybersecurity experts,” says Howard.

Going back to paper

Virginia ultimately decided to abandon online voting altogether–despite having a large number of residents serving in the military. The federal government originally pushed for online voting to help service members stationed far from home cast ballots, and they are still the main group using those services in the U.S. But even many states with online voting are trying to cut back. “Historically Alaska was the most at risk,” says Epstein, since anyone could cast an absentee ballot online. The lieutenant governor recently pulled back from that, says Epstein.

“Some states have taken proactive steps to further limit the population that qualifies for online voting or have restricted or prohibited it completely,” says Howard. That runs parallel to ditching the once voguish direct-recording electronic voting machines, where people tap a screen rather than feeding hand-marked paper ballots into a scanner. Like online ballots, these machines have no paper trail that auditors can double-check. (Five states–Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, New Jersey, and South Carolina–will still be using such machines in this election.)


Related: Amid cybersecurity fears, tech firms are offering to help secure the U.S. elections for free or at a discount


The return to paper is happening in other countries, too. In 2017, France dropped its plans to let citizens living abroad vote online for legislative elections.

“Everyone who has tried, with the exception of Estonia, has subsequently backed away,” says Epstein, “because they’ve seen the risks and they’ve seen how bad the software was… and therefore the problems they got into.”

The Baltic nation’s system is tied to the Estonian ID card, a state-issued smart card for secure online authentication and encryption. “That somewhat reduces the risk, compared to the U.S.,” says Epstein, who notes that studies have still found plenty of risks. “So it’s not as bad as what people are looking at here, but it’s still really, really bad.”

And no other technologies will completely close the security gap, according to the report. “Blockchain is no magic bullet,” it says. The trendy encrypted ledger technology could help, by making it harder to change votes once they have been cast. But it wouldn’t stop spyware on people’s computers from manipulating the votes before they get written to the ledger, nor would it help with the fraught process of verifying that the person casting the vote is who they say they are.

Similar weaknesses exist for end-to-end encryption between voters and election authorities. And it’s hard to tell if you’re even getting it. “One of the challenges we’re seeing is the vendors are seeking to be buzzword-compliant by claiming the use of some of these technologies when they’re really not,” says Epstein.

It wouldn’t matter if they were telling the truth, according to Howard. “No cybersecurity expert that I’m aware of was willing to endorse any sort of platform or tool as secure for online voting,” she says.


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Google has announced the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL almost exactly a year after their predecessors debuted. The 5.5" Pixel 3 and 6.3" XL feature larger displays than the previous generation (5" and 6" respectively) but keep roughly the same size and weight.

In a world of dual and triple-camera arrays, Google is staying the course with a single rear-facing camera on each device: the same 12.2MP sensor with dual pixel autofocus and 28mm equiv. F1.8 aperture that appeared in the Pixel 2 and 2 XL. However, two front-facing cameras are now offered: a 19mm equiv. 8MP F2.2 with fixed focus designed for group selfies, and a 28mm equiv. 8MP F1.8 with phase detection autofocus.

The real story, as it tends to be lately, is the software. Working with just one main camera, Google has doubled down on computational solutions to physical limitations. But there's a silver lining to this approach: any techniques that make a single camera better will eventually make multiple cameras that much better once that approach is (arguably inevitably) adopted.

The Pixel 2 shot and aligned up to 9 frames for every image taken to maximize detail and reduce noise, and the Pixel 3 is now capable of shooting, buffering, and aligning up to 15 frames per shot. All still with zero shutter lag - you get the shot that represents the instant you hit the shutter button.

A new 'Night Sight' feature that combines multiple frames with long shutter speeds for extremely low light shots

There's a catch, for now though. These extra frames are only used when zooming your image 1.2x or more, or when the environment is so dark as to require longer shutter speeds. That latter feature is called 'Night Sight' and it combines multiple frames with long shutter speeds for extremely low light shots. It does this using Google's 'robust merge', which is able to effectively deal with subject movement without blur or ghosting.

Another computational feature called 'synthetic fill flash' understands human subjects and raises their exposure with a fill-flash effect. The result is often a nice warm glow on faces, particularly in backlit situations where they might otherwise be rendered dark.

Google uses super-resolution techniques to tackle the problem of poor image quality with digital zoom. By capturing multiple frames with sub-pixel resolution, the Pixel 3 can record detail finer than traditional approaches, which means that digitally zoomed shots, which crop and enlarge smaller portions of the frame, can – we're told – compete with optical zoom approaches.

Particularly innovative about this approach is the removal of the need to demosaic: with pixel-level image alignment the Pixel 3 can combine images that have been off-set by one pixel shifts, which means that every color has been sampled at each pixel position in the final frame. No demosaicing means sharper images with less noise.

Official Google Pixel 3 sample images

A new Top Shot feature is available when taking motion photos – the device constantly buffers images and captures alternates, using AI to suggest the best photo of the bunch, even if it was captured before the shutter was pressed.

Improvements have also been made to Portrait Mode. Google says its depth mapping is better, with a new learning-based approach that is better at judging background and foreground objects. The result is fewer depth map errors, more uniform blur across the frame, and more natural transitions from in focus to out-of-focus areas. The level of blur and point of focus can be changed after the fact. Continuous subject tracking is now available as well – tap a subject and the camera will track and maintain focus on it, in stills or video.

Google says its depth mapping is better, with a new learning-based approach that is better at judging background and foreground objects

In non-photographic improvements, the Pixel 3 and 3 XL boast more robust waterproofing with an IP68 rating. And this year neither display appears to have the viewing angle and hue shift issues of last year's Pixel 2 XL. In our use so far, the displays appear to be right up there with the best we've seen.

Both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will be offered in Just Black, Clearly White and Not Pink color variations, in either 64 or 128GB. The Pixel 3 starts at $799 and the 3 XL starts at $899.

Google Pixel 3. Make every day more extraordinary.

Today we’re introducing Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, the new smartphones from Google. Pixel brings you the best of Google in a phone, powered by AI to deliver more helpful, thoughtful, and enjoyable experiences. That means a phone that answers for you when a telemarketer calls, a camera that uses AI to make sure you never miss the shot, and a more helpful visual and audio experience while charging, powered by the Google Assistant.

Brilliant photos every time and super-charged selfies
We’re taking more photos on our phones than ever before, but we still often miss the perfect moment. Pixel 3 helps you get that perfect shot on the first try.

Here’s how the best camera gets even better with Pixel 3:

  • Capture smiles, not blinks: A feature we call Top Shot uses AI to help you capture the perfect photo every time. When you take a motion photo, it captures alternate shots in HDR+, then recommends the best one—even if it’s not exactly when you hit the shutter, looking for those where everyone is smiling, with eyes open, and facing the camera. Top Shot automatically captures alternate shots in HDR+. If your timing wasn’t perfect, the camera will suggest a better one and give you the option to save it.

  • Get better zoom: When you zoom in on a phone camera, the image looks grainy. Super Res Zoom is a computational photography technique, traditionally used for astronomy and scientific imaging, that produces sharp details when you zoom.

  • No light; no problem: Pixel 3 lets you take natural-looking photos in dark surroundings, all without a flash. With Night Sight, coming soon to Pixel 3, you can take bright, detailed, colorful shots around the campfire, in a moonlit forest, or a selfie after you close out the bar.

  • No selfie stick required: Get everyone in the picture with Group Selfie, which gives you 184% more room in your photo for friends and scenery.

  • Look … no hands! Photobooth mode uses AI to recognize that when you’re smiling or making a funny expression, you’re ready for a selfie. It snaps the photo on its own so that you don’t need to reach for the shutter button—a good option for candids.

  • Even more stunning portraits, front and back: When you take photos in Portrait Mode, you can change the blurriness of the background, or change the part of the picture in focus, after the fact. Google Photos can also make the subject of your photo pop by leaving them in color, while changing the background to black and white.

  • Create and play: In Playground, you can make photos, selfies, and videos come to life by adding your favorite superheroes, animated stickers, and fun captions. In celebration of Marvel Studios’ 10 Year Anniversary, you’ll enjoy seeing the characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (exclusively on Pixel) react to each other and to you.

  • Super smooth video: When you want to capture something that won’t stop moving—think an adorable toddler or your new puppy—Motion Auto Focus will make sure your Pixel 3 camera stays in sharp focus automatically, as you record. And if you happen to be taking a selfie video while walking or moving around, Pixel 3 brings you front-facing video stabilization.

Unlimited storage for all of your photos and videos
With Pixel 3, you can save all your favorite moments with free, unlimited photo and video storage in original resolution. It’s hassle-free, you don’t have to think about back-ups. Come back to Google Photos later and search for the beach photos you took on your Pixel 3, and they’ll pop right up.

Your AI-powered sidekick
The AI in Pixel 3 enables new features that make your day-to-day actions simpler and easier.

If you want to know more about something you’re looking at, use Google Lens, built right into the Pixel 3 camera. To scan and translate text, find similar styles of clothing, or identify popular plants and animals, you can now long press in the Pixel 3 camera to easily open Lens. When you point your camera at information you want to remember or don’t feel like typing in—like a URL or QR code on a flyer or an email address on a business card—Google Lens suggests what to do next, like creating a new contact.

You can count on even more help across other apps too, including Gmail’s Smart Compose, now available for mobile on Pixel 3. Smart Compose suggests phrases in your emails so that you can draft them faster, on the go. Gboard, the keyboard built into your Pixel 3, will recommend GIFs, stickers, and more, to make your conversations fun and engaging. Available first in English.

The Google Assistant is also baked into Pixel 3 to help you find answers and control your phone and compatible smart home devices—all with a simple squeeze or just by using your voice. This year we have two new Assistant features coming to Pixel:

First, Pixel 3’s on-device AI helps you screen phone calls and avoid spam calls. Imagine you’re at dinner with family or in a meeting at work and a call from an unknown caller comes in. Just tap on “Screen call” to find out who's calling and why, as well as other information (as prompted by you). You'll immediately see a transcript of the caller's responses so that you can then decide whether to pick up, respond by tapping a quick reply (e.g. “I’ll call you back later”), or mark the call as spam and dismiss. Processing the call details on-device means these experiences are fast, private to you, and use up less battery.

Second, Pixel users also get help with making calls. Later this year, Pixel users will be the first to get access to an experimental new Google Assistant feature, powered by Duplex technology, which helps you complete real-world tasks over the phone, like calling a restaurant to book a table. This feature will initially be available in New York, Atlanta, Phoenix and San Francisco to help people book restaurant reservations and will roll out to other cities in the future.

As we develop new calling technologies, we believe it’s critical that we help users understand the context of the conversation. We’ll disclose to businesses receiving the call that they're speaking to an automated system, and we have developed controls to protect against spam and abuse, as well as the ability for a business to opt-out of receiving calls. For Call Screen, we will also let the caller know that a screening service is being used.

Digital Wellbeing
Our phones, while probably the most important tech in our lives, shouldn’t control our lives. So Digital Wellbeing, a suite of tools to help you find your own balance with technology, is built into Pixel 3. It includes a dashboard to help you understand how you spend time on your phone, the ability to set time limits on specific apps, and a new Wind Down mode to help you get to sleep at night by gently transitioning your display to a grayscale screen. When you don’t want to be bothered by rings or notifications, just flip to Shhh— an easy gesture that turns on Do Not Disturb and minimizes distractions.

Fast and wireless charging
Pixel 3 comes with an 18 Watt fast charger in the box, which can give you 7 hours of use in 15 minutes of charging. With our AI-powered Adaptive Battery technique, Pixel 3 prioritizes battery power for your most important apps to make your phone last all day.

Alongside Pixel 3, we’re also introducing Pixel Stand, our new, Qi compliant wireless charger (sold separately). While charging in the Pixel Stand, your phone turns into a smart visual and audio experience powered by the Google Assistant, similar to Google Home Hub. It answers your questions, plays music, helps you control smart home devices, transitions into a photo frame when idle, and much more. If you set an alarm, your screen will gently brighten over 15 minutes before your alarm goes off, mimicking the sunrise and helping you wake up naturally.

Pixel 3 is IP68 water and dust resistant and has a security chip custom-designed by Google called Titan M, making it the most secure phone we've built yet. Titan M enhances mobile security by protecting your unlock credentials, disk encryption, app data, and the integrity of the operating system code itself. Powered by Android 9 Pie, Pixel 3 comes with the latest Android operating system.

You can choose from two sizes - the 5.5” Pixel 3 and the 6.3” Pixel 3 XL - and three colors - Just Black, Clearly White, and Not Pink. Both have the exact same feature set and include a high quality Pixel USB-C earbuds and a USB-C Digital to 3.5 mm headphone adapter in the box. Pixel 3 comes with dual front-firing speakers tuned by a GRAMMY award-winning music producer to turn your phone into a powerful speaker. Customers who activate a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL by December 31, 2018 can get 6-months of free YouTube Music Premium.


          When upload a pdf file with encryption, I get problems as following      Cache   Translate Page      
  • I have a FileUpload control with multiple attachments (5 files):
<asp:FileUpload ID="AttachmentsSelecter" runat="server" onchange="IsFileSelected()"  
Width="495px" BorderColor="Black" BorderStyle="Solid" Height="35px" BackColor="White" BorderWidth="2px" style="font-size: 22px; font-family: 'sakkal Majalla';            -moz-border-radius: 15px;-webkit-border-radius: 15px;border-radius: 15px;" 
cssclass="FileUploadStyle" AllowMultiple="True" />


  • The Uploading process is done by looping through each attached file as following:
Public Sub UploadAttachments(ByVal StorageUnit As Integer)
        Dim CharString = "ABCDEF"
        Dim i As Integer = 0
        Dim ServerPathPF As String = TDClass.GetTheServerStoragePath(StorageUnit)
        For Each postedFile As HttpPostedFile In AttachmentsSelecter.PostedFiles

            Dim fileName As String = Path.GetFileName(postedFile.FileName)

            Dim TheSelectedFileSourcePath As String = postedFile.FileName
            Dim DotPos As Integer = InStr(TheSelectedFileSourcePath, ".")
            Dim FileExtension As String = TheSelectedFileSourcePath.Substring(DotPos, Len(TheSelectedFileSourcePath) - DotPos)
            TheAttachedFileServerPath = ServerPathPF & LetterIDPublic & CharString(i) & "." & FileExtension

            
            TheAttachedFileServerPathEncrypted = ServerPathPF & LetterIDPublic & CharString(i) & "_enc" & "." & FileExtension
            
            If System.IO.File.Exists(TheAttachedFileServerPath) = True Then
                System.IO.File.Delete(TheAttachedFileServerPath)
            End If
            postedFile.SaveAs(TheAttachedFileServerPath)
            
            Me.Encrypt(TheAttachedFileServerPath, TheAttachedFileServerPathEncrypted)

            'Download the Encrypted File.
            Response.ContentType = postedFile.ContentType
            Response.Clear()
            Response.AppendHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=" + Path.GetFileName(TheAttachedFileServerPathEncrypted))
            Response.WriteFile(TheAttachedFileServerPathEncrypted)
            Response.Flush()


            'Delete the original (input) and the encrypted (output) file.

            File.Delete(TheAttachedFileServerPath)
            File.Delete(TheAttachedFileServerPathEncrypted)

            Response.End()
            

            i = i + 1
        Next
    End Sub

The "AttachedFileServerPath" variable is the full path of the filename to be uploaded with its extension, including the storage location.

The "AttachedFileServerPathEncrypted" variable is the full path of the filename to be uploaded (with encryption) with its extension, including the storage location.

  • The process of encrypting the file:
 Private Sub Encrypt(inputFilePath As String, outputfilePath As String)

        Dim EncryptionKey As String = "MAKV2SPBNI99212"
        Using encryptor As Aes = Aes.Create()

            Dim pdb As New Rfc2898DeriveBytes(EncryptionKey, New Byte() {&H49, &H76, &H61, &H6E, &H20, &H4D, &H65, &H64, &H76, &H65, &H64, &H65, &H76})

            encryptor.Key = pdb.GetBytes(32)
            encryptor.IV = pdb.GetBytes(16)

            Using fs As New FileStream(outputfilePath, FileMode.Create)
                Using cs As New CryptoStream(fs, encryptor.CreateEncryptor(), CryptoStreamMode.Write)
                    Using fsInput As New FileStream(inputFilePath, FileMode.Open)
                        Dim data As Integer
                        While (Assign(data, fsInput.ReadByte())) <> -1
                            cs.WriteByte(CByte(data))
                        End While
                    End Using
                End Using
            End Using

        End Using

    End Sub

    Private Shared Function Assign(Of T)(ByRef source As T, ByVal value As T) As T
        source = value
        Return value
    End Function
  • Once I perform the uploading with encryption as what given above, I got the following problems:
    1. Instead of storing the encrypted file at the designated location as specified in the "AttachedFileServerPathEncrypted", A popup window is shown with message of "What should do with this file (2018-1069-100A_enc.pdf): Open with Adobe Acrobat Document, Save file".
    2. When opening the above supposed encrypted file, A message shown with "Adobe Reader Couldn't open 2018-1069-100A_enc.pdf" because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damages.
  • Please have a look to these screen shots:
    1. First image:
    2. Second Image

  • SO WHY THIS PROBLEMS APPEARED? IS THE CODE I WROTE FRO ENCRYPTION IS ACCURATE AND VALID?

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