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RSA Conference 2015 in retrospect

We talk to Grey Howe, winner of Sophos's "trip to RSA" competition on Spiceworks, about the funkiest and weirdest ideas from the talks...

Naked Security wins Best Corporate Blog at RSA

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We've done it again! For the fifth year running, we've won an award at the Security Blogger Awards which takes place at RSA.

SSCC 195.5 - Did Google really say, "No more Android malware?" [PODCAST]

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From "joined up security" to the suggestion that Google proclaimed the end of malware on Android, find out what's happening at RSA 2015!

SSCC 195 - Let's talk security (over HTTPS, of course) [PODCAST]

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This week, Chester is at the RSA Conference 2015.

Get a feel for the conference vibe, hear about this year's themes, and, of course, catch up on the latest security news...

5 online privacy and security tips for travelers

Going on holiday or traveling for business any time soon?

Here are 5 online privacy and security tips for when you're on the road.

If the "Deep Web" becomes searchable, is it still deep? 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

Watch the latest episode of our only-takes-a-minute security roundup video!

This week: From old crypto bugs to the latest Windows security holes...

Get into RSA 2015 for free, hear eye-opening talks!

The annual RSA Conference in San Francisco is next week, starting on Monday 20 April 2015.

Get a free expo pass on us...

Double FREAK! A cryptographic bug that was found because of the FREAK bug

Researchers checking up on the state of FREAK patching turned up another bug as a result.

Sometimes, finding programming mistakes requires serendipitous coincidences!

Firefox 32.0 fixes holes, shakes out some old SSL certs, introduces certificate pinning

Yesterday was Firefox's Fortytwosday (updates come out every 42 days, on Tuesdays, in a nod to Douglas Adams), bringing us to Firefox 32.0.

There are also two Extended Support Releases for the more conservative amongst us...

Thanks for voting for us - we won the Grand Prix Prize for the Best Overall Security Blog!

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Thanks, everyone!

We asked you to vote for us in the EU Security Blogger Awards...you did so, and we won!

SSCC 136.5 - RSA 2014 Conference Special: the good, the weird and the interesting! [PODCAST]

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Paul Ducklin hooks up "live at RSA" with Chester Wisniewski and John Shier for a Conference Special podcast.

Find out what was good, weird, interesting, or all of the above, at this year's RSA 2014 event!

Get into RSA 2014 for free – and don't forget to stop by and say "Hello" to Sophos!

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It's nearly time for the annual RSA conference in San Francisco.

If you'll be in the area, why not grab a free Expo pass and drop by to say "Hello"?

Please vote for Naked Security in the 2014 Security Blogger Awards!

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Naked Security is up for an award as "The Blog That Best Represents The Security Industry" at the 2014 Security Blogger Awards.

If you'd like to see us win, please vote for us!

SSCC 133 - Prize unicorns, Android malware, 2FA, Attack reports and Vote For Us! [PODCAST]

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Chet and Duck review the week's news in their informed and entertainingly serious style, discussing the prizes on offer at this year's PWN2OWN competition, talking about a new twist in Android malware, and reviewing the latest attack reports from Yahoo and Target...

CarderPlanet bust, Target credit card breach, online safety for kids - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

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What prison sentence for the man who pioneered online carding? How many credit cards did Target lose? Does your encryption software "speak" to passers-by? How to keep your kids safe online over the holidays?

Find out in 60 seconds!

The sound made by your computer could give away your encryption keys...

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Cryptographers in Israel have taken aim at their laptops with microphones - and come up with some extraordinary results.

They were able to listen to their email software decrypting a sequence of messages, and to recover the RSA private key using the acoustic emanations...

Monday review - the hot 15 stories of the week

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It's weekly roundup time. Here's all the great stuff we've written in the past seven days.

Anatomy of a change - Google announces it will double its SSL key sizes

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Google just announced that its secure web pages will be ditching 1024-bit RSA keys in favour of 2048 bits.

We look at the lessons to be learned from whats, the whys and the wherefores of this change...

Monday review - the hot 22 stories of the week

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In case you missed anything, here's everything we wrote in the past seven days.

Vote Naked Security for best security blog

Social Security Blogger Awards 2013

Naked Security and the Sophos Security Chet Chat could be nominated for awards at this year's Social Security Blogger Awards. Will you help us out by voting for us?