Differential Privacy

iOS keeps you a Mr or Mrs A.N. Onymous. Apple started collecting browsing data in Safari using its differential privacy technology. Oops? Hey Tim, you told us multiple times that keeping our privacy is key for Apple. We all thought that Apple is pitching itself as the lone defender of user privacy in a sea … Continue reading Differential Privacy

Encryption in Transit and At Rest

There is an app for that. It's Boxcryptor by the German Secomba GmbH and it's easy to use with a perfect design. Nothing is saved on Secomba's servers without being encrypted by the user's password, a zero-knowledge relationship between the user and the company behind Boxcryptor. Here's a short guide for backup freaks enabling them to … Continue reading Encryption in Transit and At Rest

Expensive password keeper?

or even with a subscription model? That's the new way developers try to assure their livelihood and secure against poverty. That stands to reason and ad a retired programmer I know what I'm talking about. But ... Users disagree substantively over subscription models although it's the only way to do a meaningful economic analysis. How … Continue reading Expensive password keeper?