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Comment booster Gmail avec Cryptext ?

Comment booster Gmail avec Cryptext ? | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it

Grâce à Criptext, vous allez pouvoir chiffrer les mails envoyés avec Gmail et même les suivre à la trace. Le tout en quelques clics et sans connaissances techniques.


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Communiquer sur internet sans être surveillé par la NSA

Communiquer sur internet sans être surveillé par la NSA | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Communiquer sur internet sans être surveillé par la NSA. Le scandale lié aux activités de surveillance des Webmails et des réseaux sociaux par la NSA (National Security Agency) conduit au développement de solutions cryptées alternatives à Gmail, Hotmail et...
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Harvard & MIT Students Have Created an Email So Secure Even the NSA Can't Crack It

Harvard & MIT Students Have Created an Email So Secure Even the NSA Can't Crack It | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it

Nearly a year ago, former CIA technical assistant Edward Snowden stepped forward to say he was responsible for one of the most explosive leaks in history. The National Security Agency was exposed, and Andy Yen, a Harvard PhD candidate, was appalled.

 

"I posted on Facebook, 'Hey, I don't really like the fact the government is wiretapping us. What's happening in America?'"

 

After Yen posed the question, dozens started chiming in, equally as startled and determined to change the conversation. As Snowden had said last summer:

 

"I can't, in good conscience, allow the U.S. government to destroy privacy, Internet freedom and basic liberties for people around the world with this massive surveillance machine they're secretly building."

 

At the time, Yen was working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Switzerland, known as CERN, where the elusive "God Particle" was discovered, coincidentally alongside a handful of other Cambridge, Mass.-educated students from either Harvard or MIT. A team of five suddenly formed, all focused on creating a service stronger than Lavabit, Snowden's email provider.

 

That service is called ProtonMail, and it is launching out of private beta Friday.

 

ProtonMail is end-to-end encrypted email that is based offshore in Switzerland, where the team could operate free of surveillance mandates. Although "encryption is not necessarily a new technology," according to Yen, "only one to two percent of the population knows how to do it." ProtonMail handles the entire process without forcing users to install any software, and promises NSA-proof correspondence.

 

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Vie privée : 10 mythes à propos de la sécurité informatique

Vie privée : 10 mythes à propos de la sécurité informatique | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Pour beaucoup d'entre nous, avoir un antivirus est suffisant pour protéger nos ordinateurs, nos données, notre vie privée.  C'est l'un des dix mythes sur la sécurité informatique dont il est questi...

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Marco Bertolini's curator insight, June 17, 2013 12:24 PM

Dix idées fausses ou demi-vérités qui circulent à propos de la sécurité informatique.  Et une carte mentale pour vous expliquer tout ça !

Marco Bertolini's comment, June 17, 2013 12:49 PM
Une fois de plus, merci pour le partage, Louis ;-)