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Die wichtigsten Fakten zu Efail (Golem article)

2018/05/22: Article analyzing and answering questions linked to the EFAIL vulnerabilitiesRead more

No, PGP is not broken, not even with the Efail vulnerabilities (1. Prontomail article)

2018/05/15: Article going through why PGP isn't "broken" even though vulnerabilities have been found in it. 

Reaction to this article available here : https://cva.unifr.ch/content/no...Read more

EFF : Attention PGP Users New Vulnerabilities Require You To Take Action Now (EFF article)

2018/05/14: EFF statement regarding the newly disclosed vulnerabilities affecting PGP and S/MIME usersRead more

efail: Outdated Crypto Standards are to blame (Hanno's blog)

2018/05/22: Hanno Böck's thoughts and opinion about the EFAIL vulnerability, OpenPGP and S/MIME,Read more

Trapdoor commitments in the SwissPost e-voting shuffle proof

2019/03/12 : Report of researchers who found a vulnerability in the SwissPost e-voting shuffle. The trapdoor commitment scheme allows an undetectable vote manipulation.

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EFAIL bundle

Federal Chancellery to review evoting

2019/03/29: Federal Chancellery official statement concerning the decision of Swiss Post to suspend their e-voting system after new vulnerabilities have been found during their Public Intrusion Test.Read more

Texas Voting Machines Have Been ‘a Known Problemʼ for a Decade

Motherboard article about Texas voting machines not functioning but being used still. Note: the first page of the PDF document is to be ignoredRead more

Efail or OpenPGP is safer than S/MIME (W. Koch email)

2018/05/14: Werner Koch statement on EFAIL vulnerabilities concerning OpenPGP and S/MIME encrypted emailRead more

Major eFail Vulnerability Exposes PGP Encrypted Email -- UPDATED (Forbes article)

2018/05/14: Article reviewing the story of the EFAIL vulnerabilities concerning PGP encrypted emailRead more

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