It even attempts to guilt trip the victim, claiming the money extorted is all for a good cause. "And We trust that you are kind and honest person! Thank You very much! We wish You all the b... Read More
Earlier this week, as Comey was testifying to a US House Committee about the risks of encryption letting criminals "go dark," Hoffman and his team were working on a "testnet" release of Open... Read More
"If people lose their money it's just a horrible idea," Hoffman
told Business Insider.
Over the last two days, more than 6,000 people have downloaded and installed the testnet version of... Read More
You can take a look at the pitch video below.
The basic messaging in Heml.is will be free, but to unlock additional features, such as the ability to send encrypted photos, users will hav... Read More
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Except he's tak
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