Symantec and Google have agreed on a plan that requires Symantec to migrate certificate validation to a third party. In exchange, Google would ensure that the Chrome browser continues to trust Symantec certificates validated by this third party. Shortly thereafter, DigiCert announced … Continue reading
In January 2017, Chrome version 56 began marking sites that transmit passwords or credit cards as non-secure as part of its long-term plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure. The warning will become more prominent as time goes on. … Continue reading
Most of us know that the large internet companies know a lot more than we’d like them to about us; and that government agencies routinely stockpile information about everybody and anybody, not just threats to society. However most people don’t know just how open email is.
Sending an email message is like sending a postcard, says scientist Andy Yen in this thought-provoking talk: Anyone can read it.
Want To Drop @Gmail.com? Google Experiments With Custom Email Addresses For $2 A Month : PERSONAL TECH : Tech Times
Gmail will now offer customizable email addresses starting at $2 per month. Google has confirmed that the service is in testing but has not revealed a release date. Source: Want To Drop @Gmail.com? Google Experiments With Custom Email Addresses For … Continue reading
The .irish domain went into general availability on june 25th. You can now register domains like yourdomain.irish If you are already a hosting customer and are interested click here to contact and arrange purchase, or you can register yourself via spiral below … Continue reading
Get your company email on multiple machines using the Gmail interface Consider the scenario, you have a company domain name, like yourcompany.com and you’ve got your email address(es) on this eg firstname.lastname@example.org etc. To get your emails you either use … Continue reading