Recently, I came across Nillion‘s whitepaper. Nillion at its core is trying to be a new decentralized encrypted data-processing layer. Here’s how it works.
An ideal approach, hopefully, will consist of decentralized smart contracts comprised of multiple keys tied to the same passphrase with a different set of transfer limits. So that, if one forgets one word in the passphrase and cannot access 100% of the funds now but can access at most 1% funds every day and slowly drain out their account to a newer account. Further, some of these unlocking codes can thus, be held at different places, some centralized services for custody and ease of use, some kept on the personal device for ease of use where even if they get stolen the damage is contained.
If you have visited a HTTPS site and got an error message which you do not understand, then this article is for you. Here I cover the common errors encountered while browsing HTTPS sites.
We all use HTTPS and vaguely understands it as a more secure form of communication. This article is aimed at better understanding of HTTPS and how secure it is.
Indian Govt. has asked RIM (maker of the BlackBerry smartphone) to provide access to the data going through its servers for intelligence purposes and it appears that BlackBerry has accepted the demands. Due to the lack of understanding of encryption […]