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    In its relentless effort to expand its surveillance capabilities, the National Security Agency has eroded trust in the process that secures online financial transactions and forms the foundations of privacy and security on the Web, computer scientists and Internet security specialists say.

  • "In the worst-case scenario, most of the data on the servers of every company in the developed world gets wiped out." - Tatu Ylonen, chief executive officer of SSH Communications Security Corp.

    Glitch imperils swath of encrypted records

    A widely used method of computer encryption has a little-noticed problem that could allow confidential data stored by almost all Fortune 500 companies and everything stored on U.S. government classified computers to be "fairly easily" stolen or destroyed.

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