In this blog I will examine how software AES and Intel AES-NI (hardware accelerator) in TrueCrypt* affect performance and power in a mobile platform.
It’s that time of year when electronic devices of all kinds – smartphones, tablets, maybe even an Ultrabook™ if you’ve been really good – make their way under the tree.
Recently, a security flaw in an important social network site exposed sensitive data belonging to millions of users. This fact raised more concern about how safe is user data inside the cloud.
Recentemente, uma falha de segurança em uma grande rede social na web expôs dados sigilosos de milhões de usuários.
Less passwords but still secure! That would be a better world, wouldn't it?
I've recently started learning about Intel® Trusted Executio
With the recent launch of the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors, Intel has introduced a new breed of Ultrabook and it’s a game-changer. Ultrabooks and Convertibles based on the 3
AES-NI is a new security feature available on the latest Intel® Atom™ Z3000 processors (codename Bay Trail). AES-NI provides a set of hardware instructions onboard the processor that implement som