Encrypted Messaging and the “Ghost Protocol”

This is sort of an extension to my blog from last week on 'Going Dark – The Problem with Full Encryption" in that it explores a proposal from the UK's GCHC (General Communications Head Quarters) for exceptional access to encrypted messaging platforms (e.g. iMessage, WhatsApp, Signal, Skype). Firstly I need to emphasis at the outset that... Continue Reading →

Email Tracking

For the most part email has given way to a number of instant messengers (e.g. Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Telegram) as well as messaging through social media for most consumers. However email continues to be significant means of communication in the business setting. What may not be well known is that email can be tracked very... Continue Reading →

Malware as a Service (MaaS)

In the era of cloud computing, where we see all forms of online services provided for a subscription, it is probably not surprising that we see dark net services providing malware as a service. While not necessarily something most of us would want to subscribe to, there are dark web sites that provide forms of... Continue Reading →

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