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File storage clouds made in Europe

22 Jul 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Mi.a

  👉🏻 icedrive.net   ID Cloud Services LTD, Wales (UK) Web / Mobile / Desktop (as virtual hard drive) apps 10 GB (free plan)   Take back control of your data with the strongest encrypted cloud storage in the world, Icedrive team Twofish Encry...

THORChain Battled-Tested and Hardened by $7 Million Dollar Hack

18 Jul 2021 4 minute read 4 comments Brennan

On July 15th, a hacker exploited a vulnerability in THORChain's cross-chain decentralized exchange, causing the loss of around 4000 ETH (7 million USD). The exchange was halted by the node operators and the price of its native token RUNE fell by near...

How much does cost cybercrime globally? More than all drug cartels combined

14 Jul 2021 1 minute read 8 comments Altermail

Global cybercrime damage costs Cybercrime costs the global economy as much as hundreds of billion dollars. New technologies and connections mean new opportunities to some and new threats to others. In the past years, security research suggests most...

Digibyte: Free Password Manager & Authenticator Powered By The Blockchain.

14 Jul 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Hashtag_Jones

Just another tool to toss in the ole blockchain toolbag.  For anyone thats into security or just wants to try a simple & extremely secure password system out, consider mydigipassword with the antumID authenticator. Basicly its an authenticator on you...

Security Prof Duane Currie on what can break crypto? [SQSPA]

13 Jul 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Keegan Francis

Could Quantum Computing be used to break into Bitcoin wallets? We know this isn't a simple question, but thats where we started in this episode of Simple Questions Smart People Ask with Acadia Professor - Duane Currie. In this episode, we dive into t...

CAN STRANGERS REALLY SPY ON ME THROUGH EMAIL?

5 Jul 2021 4 minute read 3 comments Altermail

CAN STRANGERS REALLY SPY ON ME THROUGH EMAIL? Invisible pixels used to track email activity are now an "endemic" issue that breaches our privacy. Analyzing a request from the BBC was discovered that roughly two-thirds of emails sent to its users' pr...

Joining the United Cybersecurity Alliance advisory board

2 Jul 2021 1 minute read 4 comments Matthew Rosenquist

I am honored to join the United Cybersecurity Alliance advisory board.  This organization is focused to improve the cybersecurity industry by driving and celebrating equity, inclusion, and equality for a diverse workforce that possesses the skills t...

Go Ask Moonalice; I Think She'll Know OR Down the Rabbit Hole and What a Modern Luddite Found There

29 Jun 2021 11 minute read 0 comments Great White Snark

This is not an MRA post. I happen to like The Matrix and Alice in Wonderland for unrelated reasons. I wasn't even aware of what an MRA was at the time of writing. This piece was originally written as an email in April 2020. Following a webinar hosted...

DeFi - on the rise being surveillanced

28 Jun 2021 1 minute read 3 comments Altermail

We often see that surveillance is a good thing, at least that’s what our governments are telling you, for their own selfish reasons. What is surveillance? When law enforcement agencies and government entities want to gather information about a crime...

Telegram’s Tech Freedom Fighter

21 Jun 2021 5 minute read 7 comments DorkStar

Like a dull, hungover college kid at 8am, I’ve dropped in to the 900-member strong NeoNetwork to ask a noob question. Ramiro plays the part of a patient professor, answering me promptly about degoogling my phone (try https://t.me/NoGoolag) or the mos...