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Apple Credit Card vs Blur Masked Card

At their March Event, Apple announced the release of their new, privacy-focused credit card. Will this card actually protect your privacy, and are Masked Cards by Blur better? (A little bit, and Yes). Get the ultimate payment privacy with with Blur Unlimited today. Comparing Apple Credit Card and Blur Masked Card Apple Credit Card vs […]

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Are your tax records providing access to your personal information?

This article was written by Joe Sutton, Head of DeleteMe at Abine.  Each spring, we are reminded of one of the unfortunate constants in life: paying taxes. As Tax Day approaches, the relief that comes with filing taxes and the anticipation of receiving a refund is enough for most people to happily forget about their […]

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Blur Masked Emails: The VPN for email addresses

It’s 2016, the era of Big Data, and between Apple’s recent encryption debate with the FBI and news of government database hacks, you’ve decided it’s time to beef up your online security to protect your identity. If you already use a VPN to protect your identity while browsing online, you’re headed in the right direction. But with […]

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Hackers have the U.S. government and FBI saying ‘DeleteMe’

On Monday, Feb. 8, an anonymous hacker–who may be part of a larger operation–published a list of 20,000 FBI employees which included their names, phone numbers, email addresses and titles. This came shortly after the hacker posted a similar list of 9,000 Department of Homeland Security officers. The FBI in total employs 35,000 people according […]

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New year, new you: Time to change those passwords

According to the fifth annual report by SplashData, the average person hasn’t changed their tune when creating passwords, and most of us certainly haven’t learned since last year. The report listed the Top 25 Worst Passwords of 2015, compiled from a list of over 2 million leaked passwords from 2015. The top two worst passwords […]

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