Telegram, an instant messaging app, lets you send messages, images, stickers, videos, voice notes and more to your contacts that are end-to-end encrypted. You can easily access the Telegram app from your phones and desktops with a stable internet connection. Telegram Web is the browser-based PC version of Telegram messenger offering you the same functions as the mobile version. Hence, the messages that you send via Telegram Web will be available on your mobile app and vice versa. You can follow the steps below to use Telegram Web: From your laptop or desktop, go to https://web.telegram.org from your web browser Select your country from the login screen Now, enter your phone number and click on the ‘Next’ button A confirmation popup will appear on the screen to confirm if the phone number you have entered is correct or not Click on the option ‘Ok’ if the number you have entered is correct Further, you will receive a code on the number you have provided … [Read more...] about Is Telegram available on Web?
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First, the good news. Starting with the mid-April release of Google's Chrome 90 web browser, Chrome will default to trying to load the version of a website that's been secured with a Transport Layer Security (TLS). These are the sites that show a closed lock in the Chrome Omnibox, what most of us know as the Chrome address (URL) bar. The bad news is that just because a site is secured by HTTPS doesn't mean it's trustworthy. ZDNet Recommends Best VPN services Best security keys Best antivirus software The fastest VPNs A few years ago, WordFence, a well-regarded WordPress security company, found that SSL certificates are being issued by certificate authorities (CA) to phishing sites pretending to be other sites. Because the certificates are valid, even though they're operating under false premises, Chrome reports these sites as being secure. True, the data sent along that connection is secure, but safe? I think not! Of course, CAs shouldn't issue bogus … [Read more...] about The good and the bad with Chrome web browser’s new security defaults
Longform journalism is far from dead. This may seem counterintuitive in the age of the 140-character Twitter update, but the digital world still demands quality, in-depth reporting — it's only the medium that has changed. In an email exchange with Forbes 's Lewis DVorkin , Longreads founder Mark Armstrong suggested that "social recommendation" has played a role in the resurgence of interest in longform journalism. "When people read something they really love, they become its biggest cheerleader," he wrote. See also: 20 Twitter Resources for Job Hunters Twitter has become a beloved resource for everything from job hunting to online shopping , and it can also be an asset in tracking down the skillful, thought-provoking articles you've been craving. You can consult the Twitter feeds of your favorite news outlets to see what longform content they have to offer, or use the hashtag #longreads to see articles recommended in real time by Twitter users. Mashable … [Read more...] about 7 Twitter Accounts for Outstanding Longreads
Breaking news and small business chatter aside, Twitter is like a playground. Various styles of "comedy" exist within the platform — I use the term loosely because you won't always find the conventional stand-up or one-liner format many of us are used to. Twitter has created a new genre of comedy that most of us can't quite describe. It's like a combination of satire, current events, pop culture and stream of consciousness, all packaged into 140 characters or less. SEE ALSO: Twitter Comedy: How to Be Funny in 140 Characters Whether you like parody, traditional comedians, sports commentary, girly rants or unconventionally weird Internet humor, there's likely at least one account in the gallery above that will make you laugh. 1. Josh Gondelman Josh Gondelman is an expert when it comes to wit. More often than not, his tweets will leave you wondering why you never thought of that — or at least, how he did. 2. Jocelyn Plums Better known as … [Read more...] about 25 Twitter Accounts to Make You Laugh
Verkada, a Silicon Valley security startup that provides cloud-based security camera services, has suffered a major security breach. Hackers gained access to over 150,000 of the company’s cameras, including cameras in Tesla factories and warehouses, Cloudflare offices, Equinox gyms, hospitals, jails, schools, police stations, and Verkada’s own offices, Bloomberg reports . According to Tillie Kottmann, one of the members of the international hacker collective that breached the system, the hack was meant to show how commonplace the company’s security cameras are and how easily they’re able to be hacked. In addition to the live feeds, the group also claimed to have had access to the full video archive of all of Verkada’s customers. In a statement to Bloomberg , a Verkada representative commented: “We have disabled all internal administrator accounts to prevent any unauthorized access. Our internal security team and external security firm are investigating the scale and scope of … [Read more...] about Security startup Verkada hack exposes 150,000 security cameras in Tesla factories, jails, and more