It’s official: Blur is now available for the new Microsoft Edge. When Microsoft first released Edge in 2015, it was built on their own proprietary Browser Engine, EdgeHTML. This made it extremely difficult for developers (like us) to provide their users with compatible versions of their software. In 2019 however, Edge was finally rebuilt […]
Apple and Google mobile operating systems will offer a common way for anyone’s smartphone to log its location and the location of all the other phones it has been in close proximity to each day. In essence, imagine a Facebook “social graph” of all your Facebook family and friends and their connections – but instead […]
Credit Cards Are More Secure, But Credit Card Fraud Continues to Grow As US credit/debit-card point-of-sale security measures have improved, counterfeiters and payments-scams operators have increasingly moved online, and the tools and methods they employ credit card fraud have become both more diverse and more effective. In 2020, the risk-return of stealing credit/debit card data […]
At its 2019 developer conference, Apple announced Masked Email support with Sign in with Apple, but only for websites that integrate its login technology and for users that use Apple IDs. We think it’s great that Apple recognizes how valuable Masked Emails are for protecting privacy and security. However, we prefer our approach with Blur, […]
“Bitcoin Evangelist” Jameson Lopp spent $30,000 to stay completely private online. With Blur and DeleteMe, you can do the same for just $168 a year.