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Ring rolls out end-to-end encryption for video doorbells and security cameras

Ring has announced the rollout of end-to-end encryption (E2EE), first revealed in Fall 2020, for a selection of its products, as it tries to bolster confidence in its security credentials. The Amazon-owned smart security brand has raised more than a few eyebrows with its policies in recent years and will be hoping to bridge the...

[Update: Free Users in July] Zoom end-to-end encryption won’t be available to free users

It's no secret that Zoom is having its moment in the spotlight. While the COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on countless companies, video calling apps have seen an influx of users. In a few short months, Zoom has become nearly synonymous with video calling. All of this attention has not come without its fair share...

Trump administration officials allegedly met to discuss banning end-to-end encryption

Online privacy is one of the essential rights that has arisen in the era of the internet. Things like end-to-end encryption play a big role in ensuring you stay safe during your time on the internet, yet we often take for granted as they're baked right into some of the apps we use daily. WhatsApp...

Capillary is an open source library to help developers implement end-to-end encryption for push notifications

If you're a developer that implements push notifications in your app and you or your users care about data privacy, then it's important that you transmit these push messages securely. For those of you who are already into data security, then implementing strong encryption measures is a no-brainer. For others, it's a difficult feature to implement....