• Dec 7, 2018
  • Ben Brown
  • Bitcoin, Governments, News,

Unprecedented: The US Government Just Publicly Identified and Blacklisted Two Bitcoin Addresses

For the first time ever, the US government has added two bitcoin addresses to an official list of sanctions. The addresses are now publicly linked to their owners and it is illegal for any US citizen to send cryptocurrency to the addresses in question. It’s an unprecedented move and sends a stark warning to those … Continue reading “Unprecedented: The US Government Just Publicly Identified and Blacklisted Two Bitcoin Addresses”

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  • Nov 30, 2018
  • Sean Doyle
  • General Privacy and Security, Online Activity, Tutorials,

What is Malware? 5 Tips for Malware Protection

Malware is a term used to describe a malicious program or code that was written with the intent to cause harm to a computer system, smartphone, tablet, or other device. Malware is defined as any kind of software that corrupts computer system, gathers sensitive information, and gains access to private computer systems and networks. There … Continue reading “What is Malware? 5 Tips for Malware Protection”

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  • Nov 20, 2017
  • Glyn Moody
  • Governments, Privacy, Security,

Two ways to help preserve privacy in an age of massive leaks and deep hacks

We live in the golden age of leaks. That’s not to say that leaks didn’t happen before. But the move to digital data and the availability of high-speed Internet connections has made the exfiltration of data on a massive scale much easier. Where in 1971 Daniel Ellsberg had to photocopy 7,000 pages of what became … Continue reading “Two ways to help preserve privacy in an age of massive leaks and deep hacks”

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