Posts Tagged ‘chat’

Unseen – A 4096-Bits Encryption Communication Service from Iceland

Monday, February 24th, 2014

Growing levels concern regarding communication privacy issues has given rise to scads of new encrypted email services … Like this one for example:

Quite a few companies and individuals aim to improve communication security. Unseen.is is third service that I have reviewed in the past 24 hour period that promises to improve user communication security and privacy (the other two are ShazzleMail and Telegram). Unlike the two services, Unseen is a complete communication product that combines email, audio and video calling, and chat in a single service.

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Facebook to kill off IE6 support

Friday, August 27th, 2010

I believe that YouTube has already stopped supporting IE6 … I guess it’s time for a browser update.

Internet Explorer is the black sheep of the browser community.  It’s about as standards compliant as the overweight kid in the school athletics team, and as insecure as Fort Knox with the front door open.  Annoyingly though it’s still out there and being used.

Now there might be some light at the end of the tunnel.  Social networking giant Facebook is planning to drop support for chat on their site  for IE6 when the beta for IE9 appears next month.  This will be as part of a wider overhaul of their chat service.

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