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Google vs China, China vs Google

After a lengthy standstill, the situation between Google and China started developing pretty fast: two days ago, Google started redirecting users visiting Google.cn to their Hong Kong domain (Google.com.hk), where users can enjoy an “uncensored search in simplified Chinese”. “It is a sensible solution to the challenges we’ve faced—it’s entirely legal and will meaningfully increase access to information for people in China. We very much hope that the Chinese government respects our decision, though we … More

Turn mobile phones into hardware tokens

Celestix Networks released their HOTPin Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) system that employs mobile phones and Windows devices as high-security hardware tokens. HOTPin is an alternative to 2FA systems that use expensive single-function hardware tokens and have high per-user licensing fees. The HOTPin system supplies One Time Passwords (OTPs) to mobile phones and Windows devices through two modes. HOTPin’s client mode uses client software that resides in smart phones to generate OTPs within the smart phones. In … More

SafeNet unveils IPsec VPN Security solution for Android platform

SafeNet announced the availability of its IPsec VPN security solution, QuickSec/IPsec, for the Open Mobile Handset Alliance’s (OHA) Android platform. The integration of QuickSec’s proven VPN functionality into any environment, including Android, enables handset and device manufacturers to bring competitive, secure solutions to market quickly and cost effectively. Developed by Google and fully endorsed by the OHA, Android is a complete, open source software platform and operating system for mobile devices. With QuickSec, developers building … More