DiscordCrypt: Unofficial End-to-End Encryption for Discord has arrived

Riot (Matrix) is my favorite chat program but it suffers from one major issue, it's slow and the user Interface is - I wouldn't say horrible - but has 'room for improvements'. So, overall most users using Discord instead wish is still not a bad client it has HTTPS but the server owner might see... Continue Reading →

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Skype getting end-to-end encryption

Skype will use the Signal protocol, also used in WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and others. Skype does already offer some degree of encryption that protects the communication channel itself. But end-to-end encryption is more secure. It means the contents of messages can only be read by the sender and recipient; they don’t just sit around on Microsoft’s servers.... Continue Reading →

eMail is broken – Here is what you can do about it

Email is broken and this is not a news but before we start to make a complaint, what alternatives do we have and how we deal with the problem? Is it possible to use eMail without exposing out identify or is eMail something what we should avoid using? This article will cover all of these... Continue Reading →

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