It’s somehow fitting that our first Cyber Monday deal is for CyberGhost VPN that you can grab a three-year plan at just $ 2.25/£1.99 monthly, with an extra 3 months bundled in on top. With more than 36 million customers worldwide, CyberGhost VPN promises to keep your data safe from prying eyes and unblock geo-restricted websites […]
The team behind the Essential Phone is back at work, sort of. Essential is still gone, so don’t get your hopes up for a PH-2, but they might still have a hand in your next smartphone anyway. This time they’re focused on hardware and software security as a startup called OSOM, and they’re doing it […]
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Google will no longer manufacture and sell the Nest Secure alarm system it launched back in 2017. The tech giant has confirmed that it has discontinued the system to Android Police shortly after the Google Store product page for the Nest Guard was ma…
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Having been something that no one had heard of a year ago, Zoom came out of nowhere to become the default video conferencing tool during the pandemic lockdown. With account hacking and data breaches more frequent than ever in 2020, Zoom has finally added the ability to secure your account with its enhanced Two-Factor Authentication […]
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If you’re invested into digital security, you might be familiar with ProtonMail. It’s a service that aims to make your email much more private by utilizing end-to-end encryption and keeps advertisers and the like from snooping in, and now they’re bringing that privacy focus into a calendar app. Appropriately titled ProtonCalendar, the service is the […]
Come comment on this article: Secure email service ProtonMail rolls out their new ProtonCalendar beta
Signal, the encrypted, highly secure messaging platform of choice for the privacy-minded, is joining the rest of the messaging world with brand new stickers. And don’t worry, these stickers are just as secured as the rest of Signal’s messaging. These stickers are highly requested features, since people don’t want to give up their fun just […]
Come comment on this article: Secure messaging app Signal gets a fun update and adds (encrypted) stickers
You can't assume that a site is honest because it has that "secure" padlock in the address bar, and PhishLabs just illustrated why. The anti-phishing company has determined that 49 percent of all known phishing sites used Secure Sockets Layer protec…
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If you’re in the market for a password manager, you’ll want to take a glance at Password Boss. Not only is it a well-rounded password manager, but right now you can save up to 93% off the list price. Not a bad deal for never having to worry about your passwords ever again. It’s secure, […]
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The Tor team unveiled its Messenger app in 2015 to boost the security of existing chat clients, but those plans are coming to an end less than three years later. The developers are ending support for Tor Messenger due primarily to a lack of support….
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In an effort to compete with other messaging services, Open Whisper System’s Signal — a secure chat service known for its commitment to privacy — now lets users make encrypted video calls.
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When you are the third busiest airport in the world, you don’t need to mess with rogue drones. So the Dubai airport is launching its own drone hunter to track down the miscreants and report them to authorities.
CopperheadOS is a custom operating system based on Android, and it offers a more secure environment, You can buy Nexus devices, namely the Nexus 5X and 6P, with the OS pre-installed.
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If you’re looking for an extra layer security over sensitive files and documents, then you might just want to consider EncryptStick 6.0 over on Talk Android Deals. The tools provides military grade 1024-bit encryption, giving you peace of mind when it comes to making sure things are secure. Provides stronger, military grade 1024 Bit encryption […]
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Qwertycard is a wallet-sized plastic card that features one-of-a-kind codes. Using your codes and a secret word of your choice, you can generate secure passwords that are unique for every site you use and best of all, easy to remember.