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          Security Consultant – Montreal/Quebec City, Canada - Fujitsu - Quebec City, QC      Comment   Translate Page      
Knowledge of networking (TCP / IP, OSI model) and computer security technologies (firewall, IDS / IPS, DDoS, WAF, encryption, IAM, SIEM, etc.);...
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          Security Consultant – Montreal/Quebec City, Canada - Fujitsu - Quebec City, QC      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Eczema Vanished – How To Naturally Cure & Permanently Eliminate Eczema      Comment   Translate Page      
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          The best NAS for most home users      Comment   Translate Page      

By Thorin Klosowski and Joel Santo Domingo

This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and Engadget may earn affiliate commission. Read the full NAS for most home users guide here.

After testing five new two-bay network-attached storage (NAS) devices and comparing them against our previous picks, we found that the Synology DiskStation DS218+ is the best home NAS for most people. The fastest NAS we tested, it offers powerful hardware for the price, includes AES-NI hardware encryption acceleration for added security, has upgradable RAM, and comes with software that's easy to use.

In addition to speed, the Synology DiskStation DS218+ offers a variety of backup and syncing options, plus it has mobile apps for media streaming, file management, and more. It also supports a wide range of third-party apps, such as Plex, BitTorrent Sync, and GitLab. You can use the DS218+ as a home backup device, a media streamer, a mail server, a website-hosting device, a BitTorrent box, or a video-surveillance recorder—nearly anything you can do with a Linux computer, while consuming about as much electricity as a couple of LED bulbs.

The QNAP TS-251B is a good choice if the DS218+ is out of stock, or if you want to display media on a TV. It is almost as fast during file transfers as the DS218+ and adds an HDMI-out port so you can hook it up to a TV for media playback. It uses the same QTS management interface as QNAP's other NAS devices—we like Synology's DSM software a little more, but it's largely a matter of preference.

If you need more storage space, the Synology DiskStation DS418play uses the same CPU, hardware encryption engine, and hardware transcoding engine as the DS218+, but it adds two drive bays. It has one fewer USB port, but it adds another Gigabit Ethernet port for link aggregation, which can increase performance if you have a compatible router and multiple people use your NAS at once. You have access to all the same mobile apps for streaming, backup, and everything else the DS218+ offers. Since this model has two more bays than our top pick, you can use different storage configurations that offer better data protection and performance. This NAS is best suited for professionals or anyone who wants to expand a NAS system with more storage down the line.


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          Software Engineer - IP Solutions - Evertz Microsystems Limited - Burlington, ON      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Gmail now supports the MTA-STS and TLS Reporting security standards      Comment   Translate Page      
In a first for a major email service, Google has announced that Gmail now supports the MTA-STS and TLS Reporting security standards. The two standards help to avoid man-in-the-middle attacks, using encryption and authentication to add new layers of security. Google says that Gmail's MTA-STS adherence is now in beta, and the company hopes that by supporting the standard other providers with follow suit. See also: How to schedule emails in Gmail Google now lets you use your Android phone as a 2SV security key Google closes down its AI ethics council just one week after its launch From an… [Continue Reading]

          Comment on FinalCrypt 4.0.3 adds uncrackable encryption to your most sensitive files by ron      Comment   Translate Page      
This has been worrying me from day number one choosing a license with regards to security. If i would allow a legal Open Source License then I grant people the right to build in backdoors and redistribute it. I want my software to be open and redistributable, but not changed and redistributable. People are allowed to change it of course, but only for them selves and not redistribute in changed form. I do not want secret services or anyone else to be allowed to change FinalCrypt building in backdoors and redistribute further to the public whilst staying legally immune. This is a great concern I have protecting FinalCrypt's security and (source code) purity. Further I think the Free Software Foundation is using a bit of a misleading term: "OpenSource". The term OpenSource mainly suggests to the public that sourcecode is open and transparent. Less known is that the FSF OpenSource definition dictates that sourcecode is also redistributable in a changed form, but then they should use a term that more clearly explains their intention namely: "Public Source" or "Public Property Source". To my opinion FSF has no monopoly to a general term like OpenSource, especially when it hides the (less known) intention of granting others public ownership. Security software has to be open and verifiable, but should never allow being taken over by people with controversial intentions. Human Rights to privacy has to be protected against parties with privacy violating interests. This is why I choose the (CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0) License.
          Senior Network Engineer - The Tatitlek Corporation - Arlington, VA      Comment   Translate Page      
Experience with VPN encryption devices, such as Cisco routers, Cisco ASA’s and Nortel Connectivity. Job specifications are intended to present a descriptive...
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As technology and computation are progressing every year, virus and malicious threat are on the rise as well. Therefore to protect your system from getting corrupted by such virus and harmful elements, you will need the help of a good antivirus. In the search for good antivirus, you will surely come across Trend Micro Antivirus. It is one of the best and affordable antivirus that you can get right now!How to Install Trend Micro Activation Code| www.trendmicro.com/bestbuyAre you interested to download the Trend Micro antivirus? then you will need to follow these steps.If you are interested to use the Trend Micro Antivirus on your system then you will need to purchase a plan from their official website first. They have different kinds of plans and offers for you which you can choose from depending on the kind of services you need.Once you have selected the plan that fits your requirements, select the purchase option and click on it which will take you to the getaway page for online payment.On this page, add all the relevant information that the website is asking you for and then pay the amount that is shown on the screen.As soon as you make the payment, the Antivirus will be activated by your name and you will receive all the invoice in your mail id.Then, simply click on download/install and get the Trend Micro Antivirus installed on your PC within minutes. Now your system is secured with the latest malware and antivirus encryption by Trend.Mobile Security for Android and iOSTo Install Trend Micro Mobile Security for Android and iOS open www.trendmicro.com/activation you will get a page asking for your Activation code ,If getting bunch of results select one which says “Enter Activation Code | Trend Micro” Click on Next in order to proceed.Essential Mac Protection or Anti-Virus for MacTo Install Trend Micro Essential Mac Protection open a fresh page of Safari browser and type on address bar www.trendmicro.com/getmac you will get a green button written Click here to start your download , If you are getting bunch of search results look for title “Antivirus for Mac | Trend Micro” Trend Micro Antivirus Best buy | Download Purchased Trend MicroBest buy is leading Retail store of Electronics devices and Software’s ,New PC & Laptop users most often choose Anti virus security from same store to Install Trend Micro best buy, users need to reach www.trendmicro.com/bestbuy if you are using search engine like Bing,Google & Yahoo look for “Geek Squad | Trend Micro” or “www.trendmicro.com” . Open the website your installer file automatically start downloading Run Trend Micro Installer file to Install in your PC.Maximum Internet Security Trend MicroTrend Micro Get-max stand for Maximum Internet Security, is very popular for Home users in Australia in order to start Installation of Maximum security visit www.trendmicro.com/getmax login to your Account using email and password now add new device.
          Automatically finding and fixing insecure HTTP links      Comment   Translate Page      

End of last month I attended the KDE privacy goal sprint in Leipzig. Together with Sandro I continued to look into tooling for identifying and fixing insecure HTTP links, an issue I have written about earlier already. The result of this can be found in D19996.

Identifying insecure links

The first tool we built is httpcheck, a scanner for http: URLs in whatever files you point it to. This is optimized for high speed and therefore doesn’t do any online validation etc.

Obviously something like this can never be perfect, so this has a few features to deal with the common problems we encounter:

  • There is a global exclusion list for known URIs as e.g. used in XML namespaces, where the http: is part of the identifier and not resolved as a network address (see also the last post on this issue).
  • There is an exclusion list for services known to not support transport encryption (yes, those still exist in 2019), as well as for URLs that would just produce an unmanageable amount of warning noise for now (that’s mainly the gnu.org addresses commonly found in license headers).
  • Like other code checkers, this supports inline and per module overrides to suppress warnings. It is for example quite important to not touch code that deals with adjusting http: to https: URLs and therefore might validly contain parts of what seems to be an insecure URL.

A tool like this is mainly useful to prevent new issues from being introduced, and there’s two ideas on how to deploy this:

  • As a unit test injected by ECM into all projects (as it’s currently done for the appstream test, and that’s also why the code for this is in ECM).
  • As a commit hook, similar to the license checks run at commit time.

Before rolling this out we need to fix the current code base first though, to not drown in warnings and test failures.

Automatically fixing insecure links

And that brings us to the second tool, httpupdate, which is is meant to automate the migration to https: URLs. This will consume the same overrides and exclusion list as httpcheck, so it wont touch anything explicitly marked as intentionally using http:. It also doesn’t simply replace http: by https: but it first validates that the corresponding service actually supports secure connections.

A side-effect of this is that it also identifies dead links or no longer existing services, and therefore helps to maintain e.g. our documentation.

Of course this is also imperfect, the result always needs manual review, but it nevertheless massively speeds up the process compared to doing all this manually.

Impact

How much does this help with the overall privacy for our users though? How often do you click on links in the documentation, CMake output, or let alone in license headers? And even then, doesn’t HSTS enabled browsers and properly configured web servers redirect to secure connections anyway? In most cases this is probably true, and the practical impact is limited.

However during the test runs of the tools at the sprint we found two possible data leaks this way (one when using an URL shortening service, one for a pastebin service), among hundreds of probably less impactfull insecure links. So I think this is worth it even if it just helps us to spot a potential high impact issue among the many harmless ones.

Contribute

As mentioned above, before it makes sense to roll out the continuous checks for this we need to fix the current state. That means going through all repositories and see what these tools find, fix things and improve the tools and their exclusion lists on the way. So there’s plenty of opportunity to help :)


          Security Consultant – Montreal/Quebec City, Canada - Fujitsu - Quebec City, QC      Comment   Translate Page      
Knowledge of networking (TCP / IP, OSI model) and computer security technologies (firewall, IDS / IPS, DDoS, WAF, encryption, IAM, SIEM, etc.);...
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          Security Consultant – Montreal/Quebec City, Canada - Fujitsu - Quebec City, QC      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Security Consultant – Montreal/Quebec City, Canada - Fujitsu - Quebec City, QC      Comment   Translate Page      
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           Handy Backup Home Standard 7.6.7       Comment   Translate Page      
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          Security Consultant – Montreal/Quebec City, Canada - Fujitsu - Quebec City, QC      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Price Drop: Codebook Password Manager (Productivity)      Comment   Translate Page      

Codebook Password Manager 3.6.7


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Productivity
Price: $9.99 -> Free, Version: 3.6.7 (iTunes)

Description:

Codebook is a cross-platform password manager providing powerful and complete data encryption, a flexible data model, fast search, multi-device replication, Face ID and Touch ID authentication, and form-filling in Safari with the included Find in Codebook app extension.

Codebook is free to try for 14 days, after which an In-App Purchase of Codebook Pro is required to access the sync and editing features.

Codebook has been protecting sensitive information on mobile devices for 19 years, since the days of the Palm Pilot! It protects your passwords and personal information from unauthorized access by would-be crackers, malicious thieves, and snoopy coworkers. Stop using the same password for all your accounts! Codebook generates strong, random passwords and keeps them for you, protected by your master password and powerful encryption.

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Features:

* Optionally authenticate with Face ID and Touch ID
* Full support for AufoFill Passwords in iOS 12
* Fill out password login forms in Safari with the Find in Codebook app extension
* Designed to work on iPhone *and* iPad
* Sync over WiFi with Codebook for macOS and Codebook for Windows (sold separately)
* Sync over Drive or Dropbox (free Drive or Dropbox account required)
* Full text search as you type across all your records and fields
* Auto-lock timer allows you to keep Codebook temporarily unlocked while you switch apps
* Configurable field masking to hide sensitive data from view
* Erases clipboard when information is copied to be pasted in other apps after two minutes
* Supports both portrait and landscape device orientation
* Includes 200 gorgeous color icons for personalizing your records
* Generates two-step verification (TOTP) codes
* Scans QR codes with main camera

Find in Codebook:

* Fill out password login forms without leaving Safari!
* Tap the Find in Codebook item in Safari's Share Sheet
* Find in Codebook will authenticate you and look up the website in your records
* Just tap one of the results and the form will be filled in Safari

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* Codebook helps you remember stronger passwords, but also to generate them
* The password generator allows you to generate random passwords from several common character sets, and adjusts for bias
* The password generator also supports Diceware passwords—both the Reinhold and Electronic Frontier Foundation variants

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* Personalize categories to match your organizational style
* Customize your entries including usernames, passwords, websites, notes and create your own fields and labels
* Note records can be created in any category to store free-form text
* Store any information you want--no restrictive templates!
* Store URL connection strings (e.g. SSH, AFP, SFTP) to launch other applications directly
* Star your Favorites to get at them quickly and sort them to the top of search results

Encryption and Password Protection:

* Uses the open source, encrypted database engine SQLCipher
* 256-bit AES encryption in CBC mode protects all of your data
* 64,000 rounds of PBKDF2 SHA-1 key derivation
* Every encrypted database has its own random initialization vector
* Every page of storage has its own random initialization vector and HMAC protection
* Hardware-accelerated using CommonCrypto for speed and reduced battery consumption

More details are available at: https://www.zetetic.net/sqlcipher/

Sync with your Desktop:

Codebook for iOS is designed to work seamlessly with Codebook for macOS and Windows, sold separately. Sync your information with Codebook on your desktop for easy editing, data backup, import and export, integration with other apps and more. Check out https://www.zetetic.net/codebook/ for more details and a product tour for all platforms we support.

Free Backup:

If you don't use Codebook desktop you can still backup your Codebook database for free using the Drive and Dropbox sync features.

What's New

* Fixes the keyboard blocking presented alerts on the login screen
* Fixes a "null" biometric authentication name when reporting errors on the login screen

Please leave a rating or a review to let us know how we're doing! If you're having problems or simply wish to get in touch, you can reach us directly at support@zetetic.net. We also have a discussion forum available:

https://discuss.zetetic.net/c/codebook

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          Senior Network Engineer - The Tatitlek Corporation - Arlington, VA      Comment   Translate Page      
Experience with VPN encryption devices, such as Cisco routers, Cisco ASA’s and Nortel Connectivity. Job specifications are intended to present a descriptive...
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          Jonathan Carter: Help test Debian Live      Comment   Translate Page      

Introduction

During the stretch release period, it became apparent that very few people had been testing Debian Live, and some nasty bugs were discovered only during final release testing. The final stretch images for Debian live wasn’t quite up to the quality the Debian community deserved, and it lead to Steve McIntyre asking “IMPORTANT: Do live Debian images have a future?“.

I decided to get involved and have been doing testing and bug fixes throughout the buster release cycle, and with today’s builds, I think we’re at a point where we have something good that’s ready for wide-scale testing.

The Buster live images come with something new that a bunch of other distributions have also adopted, which is the Calamares installer. Calamares is an independent installer project (They call it “The universal installer framework”) which offers a Qt based interface for installing a system. It doesn’t replace debian-installer on the live images, rather, it serves a different audience. Calamares is really easy to use, with friendly guided partitioning and really simple full-disk encryption setup. It doesn’t cover all the advanced features of debian-installer (although it very recently got RAID support) and it doesn’t have an unattended install mode either. However, for 95%+ of desktop and laptop users, Calamares is a much easier way to get a system installed, which makes it very appropriate for live systems. For anyone who needs anything more complicated, or who’s doing a mass-install, debian-installer is still available in both text and GUI forms.

An image is worth a thousand words, so here’s a bunch of screenshots showing what Calamares looks like on our Gnome live image:

Calamares Intro screen.
Select timezone and localisation.
Select keyboard model, layout and variant.
Partition disk and configure encryption.
Configure user and password.
Confirm choices.
Wait for installer to do the rest.
Reboot or continue live environment.

Download and test

Today’s images are available with the Cinnamon, Gnome, KDE, LXDE, LXqt, Mate, standard (text-only) and Xfce desktop environments for:

I haven’t yet tested the i386 images myself, so anything is possible there. We’re also planning an upcoming beta (well, it will be called a release candidate but that’s because it will be RC1 of debian-installer) so if anyone has some time to do some testing that would be great. It’s especially useful to test on a wide variety of supported hardware and ensure that things work as they should. We’re already looking a lot better than they last cycle, but that’s no reason to be overconfident.

Please file bugs for major problems or hardware support issues. Feature requests bugs or similar bugs aren’t really useful at this stage.

More screenshots

This wasn’t my personal first choice for default wallpaper, but I like its colours and they work really well with all the other elements.

ISO splash image when booting in legacy mode

GRUB boot loader
Plymouth boot splash
GDM Login Screen
Gnome desktop

What about bullseye?

The next Debian release, Debian 11, will be code named ‘bullseye’.

I’m planning to schedule a BoF at DebConf19 for Debian Live where we cover at least the following:

  • Reduce the number of i386 images. We currently have 8 of them and we probably just need one or two light variants for the i386 machines that’s still supported by Debian.
  • Get the desktop teams more involved. And ideally, have them test and sign off for their live variant for alphas, betas and the final release. If you’re a maintainer of a desktop environment, it would be great if you could attend this session.
  • Reduce the number of paper cuts in our live media. We’ve made some progress on these during this cycle, but there are some minor annoyances that remain that we’d like to completely eliminate next time.

Well, if you got this far, thanks for reading! You can also join us on irc on #debian-live and #debian-boot on the oftc network if you have any questions.


          Update: Canary Mail (Productivity)      Comment   Translate Page      

Canary Mail 2.21


Device: Mac OS
Category: Productivity
Price: $19.99, Version: 2.12 -> 2.21 (iTunes)

Description:

Modern email apps compromise on security or features. Canary does not.

Some of your most important info is shared via email, which is why we built end-to-end encryption into our app. This ensures only you and the person you're communicating with can read what is sent, and nobody in between, not even your provider.

All of this happens automatically: no need to turn on settings or set up special secret keys to secure your emails.

Welcome to secure, effortless, email.


**ENCRYPTION ON DEMAND**

With Canary's one-click encryption, you can effortlessly enhance your email security. The email is encrypted on your device and decrypted on your recipient's device. It will be unreadable on your provider's web interface, or by anyone else on any other app!

• Automatic: Automate the key exchange to focus on crunching emails, without worrying about security.

• Manual: Advanced PGP users can manage their own keys and exchange encrypted emails with anyone.


**FOCUS ON WHAT'S IMPORTANT**

With natural language search, smart filters, algorithmic bulk cleaner, and intelligent typography enhancements, Canary helps you easily find and act on what's important, and get rid of what's not!

• Focused Inbox:Canary learns which emails are important to you and highlights them for easy access. Intelligent typography enchancements ensure optimum readability.

• Natural Language Search: Search for photos from dad, receipts this month, or unread newsletters. Canary understands what you're looking for and finds it first time, everytime.

• Smart Filters: Quickly isolate unread emails, or emails with attachments. Check if you've missed replying via the unanswered filter. Gmail users can also access their Inbox tabs / categories.

• Bulk Cleaner: Canary's adaptive algorithms learn which emails are likely to be unimportant. Tap on the magic wand and scroll to automatically find, select, and then delete unwanted emails.


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Don't pay a monthly fee for features you want and need. With Canary, you always have full access!

• Read Notifications: Get notified when your emails are read.

• Snooze: Deal with emails at your convenience.

• Email Templates: Avoid repetition. Save and re-use frequently sent emails.

• One-Click Unsubscribe: No need to look for pesky unsubscribe links.


**SEAMLESS INTEGRATIONS**

Email plays a central role when it comes to files, events, and tasks.
So we made sure Canary plays nice with your favorite apps!

• Google Drive

• Dropbox

• Todoist

• Things

• iCal

• Google Calendar

• Giphy

• Keybase & MIT


**USE YOUR FAVORITE EMAIL PROVIDER**

Get all of Canary's powerful features and cutting-edge encryption technology with your existing email account(s). Just add your account(s) and go!

• Gmail

• iCloud

• Office 365

• Yahoo

• Custom IMAP

• Exchange (if IMAP is enabled on server)

What's New

This version makes Canary more energy efficient, improves stability, and fixes Protonmail bridge support.

Canary Mail


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          Encrypted files not showing in Windows 10 search results? Here's the fix.      Comment   Translate Page      
Do you have encrypted files that don't appear in search results? In this guide, we'll show you how to fix this problem on Windows 10. On Windows 10, the Search experience builds a database to index the locations and information required to show your files from known folders as quickly as possible. Although this feature makes finding contents a lot faster, there's one caveat, Windows 10 doesn't index files that are locally encrypted on your device. However, this is the default behavior, which means that if you're using file encryption, you can update the settings to make this type of content searchable. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to make your local encrypted files searchable on your computer. How to change index settings to include encrypted files in Search To make encrypted files searchable on Windows 10, use these steps: Open Start. Search for Indexing options and click the top result to open the experience. Click the Advanced button. Click ...
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We're well past the golden age of the internet, when you could surf where you liked without being sure that ad trackers or some other bot were hungrily following your trail of cookies - not to mention actual human hackers and other threats. Ever wish your virtual self had an invisibility cloak? A good virtual private network is the next best thing. And among VPNs, Nord VPN still stands out as one of the best.

This is still the well-supported VPN that earned an "Outstanding" rating from PCMag, among other accolades. With it, you can route your signal through one of over 3,500 remote servers worldwide, thereby foiling tracking algorithms and enabling you to bypass the browsing restrictions of whatever country you're in. The service includes double data encryption and automatic shutdown in case of a dropped connection. And best of all, Nord VPN maintains a strict no logs policy, meaning nobody records your browsing history - not even Nord VPN.

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During the stretch release period, it became apparent that very few people had been testing Debian Live, and some nasty bugs were discovered only during final release testing. The final stretch images for Debian live wasn’t quite up to the quality the Debian community deserved, and it lead to Steve McIntyre asking “IMPORTANT: Do live Debian images have a future?“.

I decided to get involved and have been doing testing and bug fixes throughout the buster release cycle, and with today’s builds, I think we’re at a point where we have something good that’s ready for wide-scale testing.

The Buster live images come with something new that a bunch of other distributions have also adopted, which is the Calamares installer. Calamares is an independent installer project (They call it “The universal installer framework”) which offers a Qt based interface for installing a system. It doesn’t replace debian-installer on the live images, rather, it serves a different audience. Calamares is really easy to use, with friendly guided partitioning and really simple full-disk encryption setup. It doesn’t cover all the advanced features of debian-installer (although it very recently got RAID support) and it doesn’t have an unattended install mode either. However, for 95%+ of desktop and laptop users, Calamares is a much easier way to get a system installed, which makes it very appropriate for live systems. For anyone who needs anything more complicated, or who’s doing a mass-install, debian-installer is still available in both text and GUI forms.

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We're well past the golden age of the internet, when you could surf where you liked without being sure that ad trackers or some other bot were hungrily following your trail of cookies - not to mention actual human hackers and other threats. Ever wish your virtual self had an invisibility cloak? A good virtual private network is the next best thing. And among VPNs, Nord VPN still stands out as one of the best.

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          Activists say Alphabet’s planned neighborhood in Toronto shows all the warning signs of Amazon HQ2-style breakup      Comment   Translate Page      

Sidewalk Toronto

  • Sidewalk Labs, the urban innovation arm of Google's parent company, Alphabet, plans to build a high-tech neighborhood along Toronto's Eastern Waterfront.
  • Local residents concerned about the company's plan to collect data in public spaces have waged an opposition campaign called Block Sidewalk, which is calling for an end to the project.  
  • The backlash is reminiscent of protests over Google's planned campus in Berlin and Amazon's proposed headquarters in New York City — both of which were abandoned before construction had even begun.  
  • The fate of these projects could provide a window into Alphabet's future in Toronto. 
  • Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories.

Technology companies were once heralded as the world's greatest problem-solvers — the answer to our desire to move faster, design quicker, and communicate more often. Today, they're blamed for all manner of ills, from skyrocketing rents to privacy violations to income inequality. 

Before this deep distrust began to bubble up in our culture, it would have been hard to imagine any city saying no to a development led by tech giants such as Amazon or Google. But that's exactly what's happening in cities like Berlin, New York City, and Toronto, where citizens have begun to challenge the role of tech companies as city-builders. 

In October 2018, Google cancelled plans to build a 32,000-square-foot campus in Kreuzberg, Berlin, amid activists' fears that the campus would drive up rents and push low-income residents out of their neighborhoods.

Read more: There's a battle brewing over Google's $1 billion high-tech neighborhood, and it could have major privacy implications for cities

Three months later, Amazon made the stunning decision to walk away from its planned second headquarters in New York City, known as HQ2, following a similar resistance from local politicians, who banded together to oppose the new development. 

As the two projects fought to stay alive, Sidewalk Labs — the urban innovation arm of Google's parent company, Alphabet — was developing plans for a $1 billion high-tech neighborhood in Toronto.

That project is now facing a similar opposition from angry residents who have called for its demise. As the backlash gains momentum, it could force Sidewalk Labs to abandon or alter its vision. 

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Sidewalk Labs has a hazy vision for a new kind of neighborhood

Unlike the previous Amazon and Google developments, Sidewalk Labs isn't attempting to build a hub for its employees. The Alphabet subsidiary wants to construct an entirely new neighborhood in Toronto — basically a living lab for urban design —  from scratch. The real-life "SimCity," known as Quayside, will sit atop 12 acres of land along Toronto's Eastern Waterfront. 

The company says its goal is to "set new standards" for how cities are designed and built, but the bulk of its ideas, including heated roadways for driverless vehicles and underground sensors that measure things like air quality and noise, aren't exactly new. 

In December, the company released a draft of its site plan that shows a mixed-use development with both commercial space and "flexible" floors that include retail and community areas. The majority of the neighborhood will be dedicated to housing — around 2,500 units for an estimated 5,000 residents. About 20% of this housing is labeled "affordable," though the company doesn't refer to specific income brackets.

The plan highlights concepts such as "people-friendly" roads, "animated" ground floor spaces, and "exceptional" bicycle infrastructure. Buildings will be made of mass timber and rely on sustainable heat sources like solar panels and geothermal wells. The most futuristic design elements are robots that deliver mail and transport garbage through underground tunnels.

The company has yet to release its full master plan, which is supposed to be approved by its board of directors and development partner, Waterfront Toronto, by September 30.

Some Canadians have begun to question whether the opacity is intentional. "By the time we get to the plans, essentially the decision has been made," said surveillance expert David Murakami Wood, who teaches at Queen's University in Ontario. 

Murakami Wood described the neighborhood as an "empire of choice," where citizens' needs and desires are satisfied by, but also dependent on, Google technology. 

Some people are concerned that Quayside will violate their privacy

Around the same time that Amazon pulled out of New York City, Sidewalk Labs was enduring its own string of controversy. In February, the Toronto Star published leaked documents that showed the company's desire to fund a new light rail transit line in Toronto. In exchange, it would receive discounted property taxes and collect fees from developers that would normally go back to the city.

In a statement to The Canadian Press, Toronto city councilman Gord Perks said the leak was "confirmation of our worst fears." He then called upon Canada's national, provincial, and local governments to "halt the process with Google." 

Prior to the leak, Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto had already generated criticism for a lack of dialogue with community residents. Attendees of public meetings hosted by the two entities said each meeting started with a presentation that informed community members of existing plans rather than asking the public to help build ideas from scratch.

From the very first community meeting, "the public really didn’t have a say" said Melissa Goldstein, a Torontonian who's been vocally opposed to the project. Goldstein said Sidewalk Labs responded to her critiques by "gaslighting," or making her feel that her concerns weren't valid.

"Every time a criticism is made of what they're doing, they basically absorb that criticism, re-package it, and sell it back to us as if they'd always thought this all along," Murakami Wood told Business Insider. "It's very basic and very obvious, and yet people fall for it every time." 

Sidewalk Labs previously told Business Insider that their ideas have "evolved, developed, and benefited" from the public's response.

Toronto Sidewalk Labs

The struggle to achieve transparency over rudimentary plans has many locals, including tech workers and business execs, questioning the company's approach to privacy. 

By capturing the activity of residents through underground sensors, Sidewalk Labs would learn about certain daily movements and behaviors, like when a person is stopped at a traffic light or seated on a park bench. The company has pledged to make all of its public data anonymous, but it hasn't agreed to keep its data local.

Sidewalk Labs believes that its Quayside data can be governed under Canadian law without exclusively residing in the country. This would allow companies — and particularly startups — outside Canada to use the data for their own competitive agendas.

To see how a practice like this could play out, it's helpful to look at Facebook, which has been known to share users' contact information, calendars, friend lists, or private messages with companies like Apple, Spotify, and Netflix.

For the most part, this information has helped companies customize their user experiences and target new customers. But, in 2018, Facebook sold data on tens of millions of Americans to an English political consulting firm called Cambridge Analytica, which allegedly used this information to support Donald Trump's election in 2016. A year after the scandal broke, Facebook announced it would no longer provide third-party data services for targeted advertising.

Sidewalk Labs insists that the way to protect residents' personal information is to develop strong contracts and methods of encryption. 

The company has issued a lengthy proposal for an independent data trust that would hold it to the same standards as any other organization or government body. But the company also said there are no existing laws that determine ownership of this information, and few regulations that successfully protect it.

The trust, Murakami Wood said, is "a clearinghouse for other corporations to use that same data," which he said would be difficult to police outside Canada.

Residents are campaigning to 'Block Sidewalk'

Days before the data trust was announced, a technology expert on Waterfront Toronto's Digital Strategy Advisory Panel, Saadia Muzaffar, resigned over a lack of transparency. The panel, which formed in April 2018, focuses on guiding the fair and safe use of data technology in Quayside. Muzaffar was soon joined by one of the project's privacy experts, who was concerned that Sidewalk Labs wouldn't properly govern people's information. 

Their criticism has been echoed by Bianca Wylie, the co-founder of Tech Reset Canada, an organization that advocates for using technology to maximize the public good.

Back in October, Wylie questioned the need for Sidewalk Labs to collect personal information, worrying that it could be used to further its financial interests. At the time, she was still talking with Sidewalk Labs online and at public meetings. But when the leaked documents were published in the Toronto Star, she decided that the project had gone too far.

That was the "tipping point," she told Business Insider. 

Sidewalk Toronto

Wylie helped organize a campaign called Block Sidewalk along with 30 other locals, including Goldstein and Murakami Wood. The movement has since swelled to encompass hundreds of people with reservations about the project. 

"What we know about Sidewalk Labs is that they're accountable to their shareholders," Wylie told Business Insider. "If they'd read the room, they would [walk away]." 

As with Amazon HQ2, it's unclear how many residents actually oppose the development. A February poll conducted by the Toronto Region Board of Trade (TRBOT) showed that a slim majority of Torontonians were in favor of Quayside, but the poll was conducted prior to the leaked documents in the Toronto Star. As a trade organization, the TRBOT also stands to benefit from new development.

Goldstein said there's a lot less criticism of Google in Toronto than in other cities. One reason for this, she said, is that many residents associate Google with technologies that have improved their lives, such as Gmail and Google Maps. Though Toronto has its fair share of tech companies, it also hasn't witnessed the explosive tech takeover that widened inequality in US cities like Seattle, Washington, and San Francisco, California. 

Goldstein also believes many Toronto residents don't understand the project's details. 

"The vast majority have absolutely no idea what's going on," she told Business Insider. "It's hard to be opposed to something when you don't know anything about it."

There are similarities between Quayside and Amazon HQ2

In response to these criticisms, Sidewalk Labs pointed Business Insider to a recent editorial written by CEO and co-founder Dan Doctoroff.

"We weren't trying to do anything in secret — and none of what we are considering could ever happen without robust public discussion and approval processes — although we recognize that it might have seemed that way," Doctoroff wrote. "We aren't yet sure ourselves what commitments we are prepared to make." 

Dan Doctoroff

Doctoroff sees Sidewalk Labs as a "catalyst" for development along the Eastern Waterfront. But Block Sidewalk says the company is behaving like a government. 

Back when Amazon HQ2 was still headed to Queens, it was difficult to tell which priorities belonged to the tech giant and which belonged to New York City. The deal seemed to fulfill certain government wish-list items, like a slew of high-paying tech jobs and investments, but it also afforded Amazon nearly $3 billion in tax incentives.

The ongoing debate in Toronto raises similar questions about who's in charge. Sidewalk Labs has characterized its activity as executing the vision of Waterfront Toronto, a government agency, but Murakami Wood said Waterfront Toronto "seems intent on giving away control." As the public meetings went on, he said, Sidewalk Labs "showed nothing other than supreme arrogance" in pushing forward their own ideas without properly addressing residents' concerns.

According to Miguel Gamiño, New York City's former chief technology officer, development projects work best when local citizens are placed at the center of the conversation. Both Amazon HQ2 and Quayside, he said, would have benefited from more dialogue and better engagement between residents, government, and the private sector.

The project's future is uncertain

Wylie said the HQ2 debacle taught her how much it matters to speak up about local development practices. In the future, it might also provide a blueprint for how Torontonians could pressure Sidewalk Labs. 

When New York activists and politicians began opposing Amazon HQ2 last year, the company was forced to rethink its deal. In a statement announcing their change of heart, Amazon said that friction with local and state politicians prevented it from "go[ing] forward with the project we and many others envisioned in Long Island City." 

The same could happen to Quayside if Toronto's rallying cry becomes any louder. 

"If Sidewalk Labs looks like it's creating bad publicity for Alphabet as a whole, Alphabet will drop Sidewalk Labs," Murakami Wood told Business Insider.

Sidewalk Labs did not say whether this was a possibility, but a spokesperson recently told the Canadian Press that it "will be up to residents, Waterfront Toronto, and all three levels of government to decide" if the plan moves forward.

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          Encryption and decryption using PHP      Comment   Translate Page      
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ExecConnect 2.5


Device: iOS iPad Only
Category: Business
Price: Free, Version: 2.4.3 -> 2.5 (iTunes)

Description:

ExecConnect is the essential resource for organizations wishing to share documents on a board or executive management level for meetings, company policies and other related documentation.
ExecConnect provides for a secure and flexible manner to upload content via a dedicated portal, accessed via any internet browser. Company administrators can easily create meetings, upload documents, set preferences and access rights to individual users right down to a meeting agenda item level (for example only select board members can be given access to the Remuneration Committee documents for a specific meeting agenda item).
Board and Executive management members can then access meetings and related documentation through the ExecConnect app (with full annotation functionality) or by signing into the web version (with limited annotation functionality).
A unique aspect of ExecConnect is the ability for Board Members who sit on multiple DIFFERENT company boards to access each company’s board documents with a single app sign on.
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•Print & email of documents (this is an access dependent feature)
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•Remote wiping of documentation on the device
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- Group comments
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- Improvements to Agenda item navigation
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Unocoin Wallet 3.0.12


Device: iOS iPhone
Category: Finance
Price: Free, Version: 3.0.5 -> 3.0.12 (iTunes)

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About Unocoin

Unocoin is India’s leading Crypto asset & Blockchain company with over a million customers. We make it easy to buy, sell, store, use & accept crypto assets securely in India.

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Cross-platform file and archive manager. Features volume spanning, compression, authenticated encryption.
          EpocCam HD Webcam for Mac & PC      Comment   Translate Page      
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EpocCam HD takes webcam video quality to next level. Upgrade from 640x480 resolution 1080p FullHD video capturing all the details. Manually choose suitable bitrate for your network and computer. With EpocCam HD you can also manually force USB-connection for stable streaming. Ideal for broadcasting.

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          Installing BitLocker Drive Encryption      Comment   Translate Page      

Originally posted on: http://iamsaif.com/scottkuhl/archive/2006/11/16/InstallingBitLockeronaCleanSystem.aspx

What is BitLocker?  Vista has the capability to encrypt your entire disk drive, so if your laptop is stolen, someone can't just pop the hard drive into another computer to get the data.

Installing BitLocker is not obvious.  It needs to be done when the system is being built and there is no option to check.  I am guessing Microsoft was hoping to leave this little secret to the system builders to sell new computers, but that is only a guess.  Oh, and you need Ultimate or Enterprise edition, again making it appear that the computer has some magic powers on the higher end configuration.

Here is how you do it, courtesy of Mark Minasi:

  1. Boot Vista install disk.
  2. When you get to the screen that says Windows Vista / Install Now, click "Repair Your Computer."
  3. In the subsequent dialog, choose "Command Prompt"
  4. From command prompt, do this:
        diskpart
        select disk 0
        clean
        create partition primary
        assign letter=c
        shrink minimum=1500
        create partition primary
        active
        assign letter=p
        exit
        format c: /y /q /fs:NTFS
        format p: /y /q fs:NTFS
        exit
  5. Once out of the command prompt, press ESC to return to the "Install Now" screen.
  6. Install Vista as usual.  When Vista asks which partition to install Windows to, direct it to C:.

Now go protect your data.


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          Security flaws found in taxi booking apps      Comment   Translate Page      
Experts of the Russian Quality System (http://roskachestvo.gov.ru/) made a decision that the most popular applications for ordering a taxi can cause the leakage of personal data, such as Bank card information.

Experts tested such programs as "Yandex.Taxi", Uber Russia, Maxim, Gett, City-Mobil, Rutaxi and Fasten. It turned out that almost half of the applications are vulnerable to DDoS attacks which can cause a blocking of the service.

The test showed that there are a number of potential vulnerabilities in applications, for example, weak hashing and encryption algorithms and insecure SSL implementation.

In turn, Taxi services specified that their programs use a secure data transfer protocol, and all information is stored in encrypted form.

According to experts, people should not order a taxi when connected to an open Wi-Fi network or they must install a VPN client on the device.

The idea of taxi applications nowadays is very practical and comfortable, but the quality of services leaves much to be desired. It turns out that in reality companies are not responsible for the qualification of taxi drivers, as well as for its absence when it comes to litigation. It will not be surprising if next time companies will not take the consequences for the leakage of personal data.

          Digital Encrapulation: A Tool Of Limited Usefulness      Comment   Translate Page      


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In these days when telling the truth is literally a hate crime, a fella has to watch what he says and where he says it. I think all that one above is, is a simple conversion of actual text to whatever the current machine language is.

Some of the guys are getting completely unhinged about Twatter and Facebook, and having their posts censored by obese she-twinks with blue hair, nose jewelry, and a hate for men and conservatives in general. Or worse yet - algorithms. To me the answer is simple - just leave.

But others want to fight, and have proposed encrypted messages to defeat the social justice warriors. To me that one is a no-brainer - if those finks see an encrypted message they will just assume it is something politically incorrect and delete it. Whatever.

But, if you want to send a message that might pass under eyes of someone you'd rather not share it with - a casual encryption exists.

And interesting little toy, that in the wrong hands... could be used to annoy the right people!  :)


          PeaZip 6.7.2 [free file archiver utility] - PeaZip      Comment   Translate Page      

Release 6.7.2 introduces various fixes and improvements. Archiving / extraction GUI can now be minimized to tray, and from About screen it is possible to quickly remove closed source based plugins (e.g. unace), if installed.

188 file extensions are currently supported.

PeaZip is a file manager and archive manager utility (compress and decompress files, backup data), focused on security and data protection, Free Software replacement for WinRar, WinZip, and similar applications.

Create (compress to) 7Z, BZip2, GZip, PAQ, PEA, TAR, WIM, XZ (LZMA2), ZIP files, SFX self-extracting archives, and spanned archives (001 split files)

Open, browse, decompress/extract RAR/RAR5, ACE, APPX, APK, ARJ, CAB, DMG, IPA, ISO, JAR, LHA, MSI, UDF, ZIPX files and more...

Built-in archive conversion: convert or consolidate existing archives, from any read-supported to any write-supported type, e.g .rar to .zip or .7z conversion; repair FreeArc .arc archive format.

The program provides strong encryption with optional two factor authentication (encrypt with password and keyfile), encrypted password manager, random password / keyfile generation, secure data deletion (files, folders, free disk space), hashing and checksum functions.

Released as LGPLv3 software for Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista/7/8/10, 32 and 64 bit; ReactOS and Wine), GNU/Linux, and BSD systems - experimental Linux for ARM (ChromeOS, Android) version is available.

DOWNLOADS PeaZip http://www.peazip.org PeaZip Add-ons and Plugins http://www.peazip.org/peazip-add-ons.html

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          KeePassXC 2.4.1 - Community fork of KeePassX. (Demo)      Comment   Translate Page      

KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX, a native cross-platform port of KeePass Password Safe, with the goal of extending and improving it with new features and bugfixes to provide a feature-rich, fully cross-platform, and modern open-source password manager.

Features
  • Encrypted - The complete database is always encrypted with the industry-standard AES (alias Rijndael) encryption algorithm using a 256 bit key. KeePassXC uses a database format that is compatible with KeePass Password Safe. Your wallet works offline and requires no Internet connection.
  • Cross-Platform - KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX, the cross-platform port of KeePass for Windows. Every feature works cross-platform and was thoroughly tested on multiple systems to provide users with the same look and feel on every supported operating system. This includes the beloved Auto-Type feature.
  • Open Source - The full source code is published under the terms of the GNU General Public License. We see open source as a vital prerequisite for any security-critical software product. For that reason, KeePassXC is and always will be free as in freedom (and in beer). Contributions by everyone are welcome!

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.



Version 2.4.1:
Fixed:
  • Database deletion when using unsafe saves to a different file system
  • Opening databases with legacy key files that contain '/'
  • Opening database files from the command line
  • Crash when editing master key
  • Multiple issues with apply button behavior
  • Issues on application startup (tab order, --pw-stdin, etc.)
  • Building without WITH_XC_KEESHAR
  • Reference entry coloring on macOS dark mode
  • Compiling on GCC 5 / Xenial
Other:
  • Hide window when performing entry auto-type on macOS
  • Improve UX of update checker; reduce checks to every 7 days
  • KeeShare improvements
  • Re-enable Ctrl+C to copy password from search box
  • Add KeePassXC-Browser integration for Brave browser
  • SSH Agent: Re-Add keys on database unlock
  • SSH Agent: Only remove keys on app exit if they are removed on lock
  • CLI: Add --no-password option
  • CLI: Improve database extraction to XML
  • CLI: Don't call mandb on build
  • CLI: Add debug info
  • Improve support for Snap theming
  • Add support for building on Haiku OS
  • Ctrl+PgDn now goes to the next tab and Ctrl+PgUp to the previous
  • Add .gitrev output to tarball for third-party builds
  • Add WITH_XC_UPDATECHECK compile flag to toggle the update checker


  • OS X 10.10 or later



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          CLIQZ 1.26.3 - Secure Open-Source browser with Human Web. (Free)      Comment   Translate Page      

CLIQZ is the first browser to give you back your security and revolutionize search. Surf and find ultra-safe, ultra-fast.

Features
  • Enormously fast and surprisingly smart - CLIQZ comes with web search on board. As soon as you begin typing in your search term, you will see website suggestions and contents in realtime - directly in your browser window. One click and you are where you want to go.
  • Protect your private sphere and keep data leeches away - CLIQZ never draws conclusions about you and your individual search behaviour. This is the difference between CLIQZ and other internet companies who want to know all about you. Moreover, CLIQZ actively protects your personal data from being accessed by third parties. To prevent this, anti-tracking, anti-phishing, and ad-blocking are directly integrated into the browser.
  • Encryption - On some websites, attackers can spy on or manipulate your network traffic. The HTTPS Everywhere function will automatically choose the encrypted connection.
  • Human Web: What is relevant in the net is determined by users, not by robots - 'The Human Web' is a technology which makes sure that CLIQZ really does suggest the most relevant websites to you. With the wisdom of the crowd - the wisdom of us all - Human Web recognises sites which offer the best content. And not because search engine robots check whether they meet their targets.
  • CLIQZ is an open source project.


Version 1.26.3:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.


  • OS X 10.9 or later



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          HDD decryption      Comment   Translate Page      
Dell laptop with pointsec 6.1.0 encryption running Window XP professional. User accidently changed Windows domain to Workgroup and now cannot log back into Windows XP as the system does not recognise his old credentials... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Computer Security, Encryption, Network Administration)
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          Surf safely and anonymously with this top-rated VPN      Comment   Translate Page      

We're well past the golden age of the internet, when you could surf where you liked without being sure that ad trackers or some other bot were hungrily following your trail of cookies - not to mention actual human hackers and other threats. Ever wish your virtual self had an invisibility cloak? A good virtual private network is the next best thing. And among VPNs, Nord VPN still stands out as one of the best.

This is still the well-supported VPN that earned an "Outstanding" rating from PCMag, among other accolades. With it, you can route your signal through one of over 3,500 remote servers worldwide, thereby foiling tracking algorithms and enabling you to bypass the browsing restrictions of whatever country you're in. The service includes double data encryption and automatic shutdown in case of a dropped connection. And best of all, Nord VPN maintains a strict no logs policy, meaning nobody records your browsing history - not even Nord VPN.

Get a three-year subscription to Nord VPN for $107.55 - a 75% discount off the list price. Read the rest


          Update: ・MEGA・ (Productivity)      Comment   Translate Page      

・MEGA・ 4.6.1


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Productivity
Price: Free, Version: 4.5 -> 4.6.1 (iTunes)

Description:

MEGA provides user-controlled encrypted cloud storage through standard web browsers, together with dedicated apps for mobile devices. Unlike other cloud storage providers, your data is encrypted and decrypted by your client devices only and never by us.

Upload your files from your smartphone or tablet, then search, store, download, stream, view, share, rename or delete your files any time, from any device, anywhere. Share folders with your contacts and see their updates in real time.

The encryption process means we cannot access or reset your password so you MUST remember it (unless you have your Recovery Key backed up) or you will lose access to your stored files.

End-to-end user-encrypted MEGA video chat allows for total privacy, and has been available through the browser since 2016. It has been extended to our mobile app, with chat history accessible across multiple devices. Users can also easily add files to a chat from their MEGA Cloud Drive.

MEGA offers a generous 50 GB free storage for all registered users with bonus achievements, and offers paid plans with much higher limits:

PRO LITE subscription: €4.99 (US$4.99) per month or €49.99 (US$49.99) per year gives you 200 GB of storage space and 1 TB of transfer quota per month.
PRO I subscription: €9.99 (US$9.99) per month or €99.99 (US$99.99) per year gives you 1 TB of storage space and 2 TB of transfer quota per month.
PRO II subscription: €19.99 (US$19.99) per month or €199.99 (US$199.99) per year gives you 4 TB of storage space and 8 TB of transfer quota per month.
PRO III subscription: €29.99 (US$29.99) per month or €299.99 (US$299.99) per year gives you 8 TB of storage space and 16 TB of transfer quota per month.

Subscriptions are renewed automatically for successive subscription periods of the same duration and at the same price as the initial period chosen. You can switch off the automatic renewal of your MEGA PRO subscription no later than 24 hours before your next subscription payment is due via your iTunes account settings page. To manage your subscriptions, simply click on the App Store icon on your handset, sign in with your Apple ID at the bottom of the page (if you haven't already done so) and then click View ID. You'll be taken to your account page where you can scroll down to Manage App Subscriptions. From there, you can select your MEGA PRO subscription and view your scheduled renewal date, choose a different subscription package or toggle the on-off switch to off to disable the auto-renewal of your subscription.

For more info, please check our website: https://mega.nz/
Terms of Service: https://mega.nz/terms
Privacy Policy: https://mega.nz/privacy

What's New

- Support for chat links:
Public group chats. When you create a group chat, in case that you want it public and with a chat link, just let the default configuration. Share the chat link, this way people can preview the chat and join it. Moderators can at any time, change the public chat to a private one, get a link from a public chat or delete it (if it has a link) from the chat details view.
- Improved the contact details view.
- Other miscellaneous bugs fixes and improvements.

If you want to be the first one to receive the updates, join the MEGA beta following this link: https://testflight.apple.com/join/4x1P5Tnx
We want to solve your problems! If you reported an issue in an App Store review, please send a detailed e-mail to support@mega.nz so that we can fix it in the next version. Thank you for using MEGA!

・MEGA・


          Senior Network Engineer - The Tatitlek Corporation - Arlington, VA      Comment   Translate Page      
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