Let’s Encrypt – Encryption for Everyone!

https://letsencrypt.org/ LOVE these people - SSL Can get pricey - especially if you have many different sites to protect - and most of the competing products (although how do you compete with free?) are REALLY hard to get going - but trust is getting to be a BIG deal out there and both Mozilla and Google have signaled that they are going to start flagging non-encrypted traffic as not safe all the time - more work for the nerds, but well worth it!  See that green lock in the Address bar - Sweet Trustiness! P.S. - Did I mention it is totally FREE!
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So…maybe not the Russians…

Encryption, General, Linux, Privacy
A really In-Depth analysis of the data provided by the Intelligence Comunity as far as the Russian Hacking of the last election - I love these Wordfence folks - we just switched to Paid because it is a WordPress-Hostile world out there!  But perhaps not the Russians this time... https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2016/12/russia-malware-ip-hack/
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Why we all need to use Strong Encryption

Encryption, General, Privacy
A Missive from Mark Surman, Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation: Hello, We can move more people from simply consuming the Web to becoming its active citizens, but we need your help. People like you and I know how fundamental privacy is to the open Web. There are many more who share our values and would join this movement. That’s why we made something to spotlight the importance of online privacy. We’re creating videos for you to watch and then share with friends, family, and colleagues. The videos are designed to be an introduction to the issues we care about — a way for each of us to start important conversations. This is where you come in: will you watch this first video and then share it? It’s a great…
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