If you maintain mission-critical data on your server, you probably want to back them up on a remote site for disaster recovery. For any type of offsite backup, you need to consider encryption in order to avoid any unauthorized access to the backup. In addition, it is important to use incremental backup, as opposed to full backup, to save time, disk storage and bandwidth costs incurred in ongoing backup activities.
For years, Ubuntu and its parent company Canonical has been pursuing a single dream: One operating system and one interface, Unity, for PCs, tablets, and smartphones. That dream is now becoming a reality.
It may well be that the NSA is recording every breath you take, every move you make.
But it's going to take them quite some time to review whether your breaths and moves are, in some way, significant or even troubling.
So along comes an Android app that can help you by forewarning the NSA with "Look! It wasn't me!" I am grateful to Android Central for forewarning me about USA PRISM Plus. Being an Android app, this sprightly invention relies on utter openness. For it takes random shots of your cell phone and sends them to the NSA Careers Twitter account.
In case you’re using an older variant of Cryptocat, you are advised to update your installation immediately.
Crypto expert Steve Thomas claims to have identified a vulnerability that exposes all Cryptocat chats from the period between October 17, 2011, and June 15, 2013. He has even developed a tool, DecryptoCat, to demonstrate his point.