What exactly is a VPN? There has been a lot of buzz around it, but why do we need it?
SIM cards can be cloned. How is it possible and what does it have to do with cybercriminals?
Observing the evolution the good old SIM card went through and the results so far
Quantum computers are said to be coming soon. They will definitely change the information security paradigm. How you can prepare to this shift?
People encrypt their communications so strongly that governments cannot access it when there is a need. Is it really bad?
What is the Kaspersky Lab product is best for you? This post outlines the difference between KIS and KTS to help you choose which is better for you.
One of the most interesting ciphers designed to eliminate the vulnerability to symbol frequency analysis was the Vigenere cipher. Which later became the basis of unbreakable one-t...
At the recent Google I/O conference, the ‘corporation of good’ announced four projects: Soli, Jacquard, Vault, and Abacus. Let's see what these curious techs are about.
The first technology to enable instant long-distance communication was the telegraph. Back in its time, the telegraph helped to shape many of the current IT infrastructures.
We’ve collected the most interesting books and movies which give a lot of detail on how exactly ciphers are solved.