Many people, nostalgic for their 90s-era email account passwords, are having (or already had) their emails hacked. I don’t mean to date myself (a lonely pursuit anyway), but I can remember having passwords in the 90s that were quaint by modern standards—in addition to being woefully inadequate to protect against today’s cybersleuths.
We’ll Make Etymology of Acronym-Originated Tech Speak Interesting… and Useful. Yes, it’s still the year of the tiger – a year of supposed unbound prosperity. But with the stock market plunging, and cybercrime flourishing, I thought it might be nice to forget about tigers and put on another hat, one of an etymologist.
RMail Lets You Tag Selected Email Content So That It Becomes Read-Once Or Time-Expiring After It Is At The Recipient The early internet is the stuff of much legend and lore—perhaps because so little of it was documented or recorded. This “dark age of the internet” is a result of outdated file formats, corrupt software, […]
RMail Takes the Fear Out of Sending Encrypted Emails via Automation and Ease-of-use It’s April Fools, and this year I thought I’d ask, which of the following tall tales is closer to the truth? RPost will be debuting a new in-store retail experience called RCafe where you can come in, hook your laptop up to our secure network, have […]
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