Can an inevitable evil be conquered?

Scanning an object (a file or web resource) with an Internet security program essentially comes down to making a binary decision: dangerous or safe? An antivirus engine puts forward the hypothesis that an object is malicious and then checks whether this is true or not. Since there are, unfortunately, no perfect antivirus solutions, errors can occur. Read Full Article

Securing Your Email Space

Yesterday, Lavabit – a secure e-mail provider – announced that it’s closing down their operations. The official text and the Website looks like this: Lavabit was one of the very few secure e-mail service providers bringing security for its paid customers… Read Full Article

We Need More Than Jelly Bean

Google is set to launch Android 5.0, aka Jelly Bean, this fall. But do we even need it? While Google has made some steps in securing its Play branded marketplace, and offered a few security updates to the operating system, it is a fact that the most targeted Android platform is still 2.x. Why is that? There are several reasons, not the least of which is a lack of security patches provided to previously deployed operating system versions. Read Full Article