Multi-Account Containers Add-on Sync Feature

Multi-Account Containers Add-on Sync Feature

The Multi-Account Containers Add-on will now sync your container configuration and site assignments.Firefox Multi-Account Containers allows users to separate their online identities into different tab types called Containers.This privacy feature allows users to assign sites to only open in a specific Container.

Introducing KeePassium for iOS

Introducing KeePassium for iOS

KeePassium is a password manager that combines the security of KeePass with the beauty of iOS design. KeePassium was created because existing KeePass apps on iOS were either abandoned, outright ugly, or had an “by engineer, for engineers” design. KeePassium is a premium app for those who value their privacy.

How does Upgrade Readiness in WA collects application inventory for your OMS workspace?

How does Upgrade Readiness in WA collects application inventory for your OMS workspace?

If you are not taking these monthly security updates, then force a full sync on your machines monthly by running these two commands as System (via Configuration Manager or other management system): -m: -f:DoCensusRun -m: -f:DoScheduledTelemetryRun ent Deploying and running the UR Script monthly also helps you understand the population of devices which are running stale versions of appraiser components.

Stop Googles Eye on Your Photos

Stop Googles Eye on Your Photos

Did you know that by default Google will sync and backup every photo on your phone, even if you delete it from your phone it still persists in the cloud. Your phone does now no longer upload your photos to the Google cloud!

Microsoft disabled or replaced these Google features in the new Edge

Microsoft disabled or replaced these Google features in the new Edge

Microsoft published a list of services that it replaces or disabled in the Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge recently.

How to Delete Your Google Photos

How to Delete Your Google Photos

If the Backup and Sync settings on your Android phone are turned on, your photos will automatically be uploaded to Google Photos. If you don’t have backup and sync on your phone, your photos will not be automatically uploaded to the cloud.

Private by Design: How we built Firefox Sync

Private by Design: How we built Firefox Sync

Where does it go?” With the Firefox Sync design, you enter a passphrase of your choosing and it is used to derive an encryption key that never leaves your computer.

Vivaldi 2.0 review: The modern Web browser does not have to be so bland

Vivaldi 2.0 review: The modern Web browser does not have to be so bland

I've been using Vivaldi daily since the pre-release versions first hit the Web, and at this point it's difficult to imagine going back to another browser that doesn't have a way to stack tabs, view two (or more) tabs side by side, take notes with full-page screenshots, control my search suggestion privacy settings, or browse the Web without ever taking my fingers off the keyboard.

A Seemingly Small Change to Chrome Stirs Big Controversy

A Seemingly Small Change to Chrome Stirs Big Controversy

For privacy-conscious users who don't want to be signed into Chrome in any way and risk another policy change that exposes more of their data, the best option for continuing to use Chrome seems to be using a secondary browser for your Gmail and other Google services.

Security experts say Chrome 69’s ‘forced login’ feature violates user privacy

Security experts say Chrome 69’s ‘forced login’ feature violates user privacy

A new feature in the latest version of Google Chrome that logs users into the browser when they sign in to a Google site has come under fire.

Google quietly started logging people into Chrome without their consent, and a security expert says it's terrible for privacy

Google quietly started logging people into Chrome without their consent, and a security expert says it's terrible for privacy

But on Sunday, a security expert wrote that Google had quietly changed the requirements so when users login into a Google service, such as Gmail, Chrome will automatically sign the browser into their account without consent.

A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering

A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering

Today I wanted to write specifically about Google Chrome, how much I’ve loved it in the past, and why — due to Chrome’s new user-unfriendly forced login policy — I won’t be using it going forward.