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ProtonDNS - Web3 Secure DNS

After a couple of months hard work we're nearing the final stages to finally announce the revolutionary project that will benefit any user of crypto world. ProtonDNS is currently still in beta stage, until all tests are passed It's time to introduce you ProtonDNS - first DNS system primarily focused on security & privacy for […]

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Managing your Proton Owner & Active Permissions

The permissions feature of Proton is one of the most powerful and robust tools available for all Proton accounts. A well-structured and secure permission system can be the difference between a slight inconvenience and losing access to your Proton account completely. In this guide, we will show you how to take the first step in […]

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How to create multisignature Proton wallet?

A MultiSig wallet is a digital wallet that operates with multisignature addresses. This means that it requires more than one private key to sign and authorize a crypto transaction or, in some cases, that several different keys can be used to generate a signature. From a security perspective, it is vital that coins and tokens […]

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Blurring your sensitive information is not safe

It’s becoming much easier to crack internet privacy measures, especially blurred or pixelated images. Those methods make it tough for people to see sensitive information such as obscured license plate numbers or censored faces, but researchers from University of Texas at Austin and Cornell University say that the practice is wildly insecure in the age […]

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What are pump and dump schemes?

In investment circles there are several elaborate methods with which scammers try to exploit unsuspecting traders. This article exposes one such method that is frequently used in unregulated investment markets, such as the cryptocurrency market – the pump and dump scheme. In so many words, pump and dump is an investment scam where scammers buy […]

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Cardiologist turns into black hat hacker

A criminal complaint was unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, charging Moises Luis Zagala Gonzalez (Zagala), also known as “Nosophoros,” “Aesculapius” and “Nebuchadnezzar,” a citizen of France and Venezuela who resides in Venezuela, with attempted computer intrusions and conspiracy to commit computer intrusions. The charges stem from Zagala’s use and sale of […]

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