Zero-knowledge encryption is a robust method of safeguarding your sensitive data and communications. With this encryption approach, third-party service providers store your data in an encrypted form while the decryption key is held by only you. Zero-Knowledge encryption can apply both personally and professionally: Services that embrace zero-knowledge encryption — such as certain secure messaging […]
Your PC will always be at risk of falling victim to malware or hacking, to some extent. You can encrypt your files and folders by right-clicking them and selecting “Properties.” Choose the “Security” tab, and hit “Advanced.” Then, check the box next to “Encrypt contents to secure data.” Click “OK” to close the window, and […]
If you’re the type of person who carries around a lot of sensitive information on any type of external storage medium, encrypt it and add password protection. That way, if you lose it or a criminal steals it, the information inside can’t be read. Consider using reputable encryption software to further secure your digital assets […]
If you don’t want anyone stealing your personal info, make sure to encrypt your online submission. SSL and https are two encryption methods. You can usually spot them when you see a lock icon on the bottom right corner of the window. Most times, sites will also let you know if your data is encrypted […]
Without encryption, the data you send or store can be read by anyone who gains access to it. One option is to use a virtual private network (VPN), which is vital if you’re using a public network. But you can also often encrypt files in cloud or external storage. Some cloud hosts will do this […]
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