• Comodo/Sectigo privacy failure

    I don’t think I’ll ever use Comodo/Sectigo for encryption certificates again. Needing me to send a gov’t issued ID is fine. Insisting that it’s secure to send it through plain email is not. If that’s how they handle private data, I don’t want them to have mine. These are actual...

  • Google suspends Element App from Play Store

    “Google suspended Element from the Play Store without warning or notification.” Rumor has it that their app was removed because WallStreetBets was communicating through it. What “they” don’t realize is that Matrix is a federated protocol, not dependent on any one app or host/server. It’s kinda like email and can...

  • Update your iPhone

    PSA to all of my friends with iPhones (hey, I don’t discriminate) be sure to install the latest OS update today. https://threatpost.com/apple-patches-zero-days-ios-emergency-update/163374/

  • Power of Love

    I love this quote used in a talk at church yesterday: “When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.” Jimi Hendrix

  • SMS Privacy

    It’s interesting that people are worked up about the whatsapp policy change but don’t realize it’s always been that way for regular text messages. Your phone service provider can and does read/analyze/share the text messages you send and receive. If you care about your privacy, you should be using an...