Rivetz Authenticator: Hardware-level security for your 2FA codes

Two-factor authentication is really important because the traditional method of logging in with a username and password is no longer sufficient to protect your online accounts – from banking to social media and email. Passwords are easily forgotten and stolen. Two-factor authentication is integral to protecting your identity and online account access. If your phone […]

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▶️ The SafePal S1 Crypto Hardware Wallet Review | EP#240

Hey everyone Scott Cunningham aka @scottcbusiness today we’re gonna be doing a quick little review of the safe pal s1 crypto currency Hardware wallet the reason that I’m doing this review is that this just came out very recently and this was actually invested in by by Nance which is really awesome because obviously one […]

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Getting started with Azure Blockchain Service Part I: Deploy and configure your network

Hi I’m JT Rose welcome to another edition of Block Talk this week we kick off a four-part series on building applications with the new Azure Blockchain Service I’m joined in the studio today by Jason Anderson from the Azure Blockchain engineering team Jason welcome to the show thanks JT happy to be here so […]

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How to use Azure SignalR Service and Event Grid walkthrough | Azure Tips and Tricks

>>Learn how to use Azure SignalR Service with Event Grid in this episode of Azure Tips and Tricks. Using Azure SignalR service in a serverless mode provides a lot of advantages like automatic scaling and cost savings, but cuts out some functionality. For instance with a serverless SignalR service, you can’t get the client events […]

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Invention: an improvement to providing the provenance of a file using a blockchain

Hi it’s Keir Finlow-Bates here and today I thought I would start a new series on “stuff that I have invented in the blockchain space”. However, whereas in the past when I’ve talked about my various blockchain inventions, I’ve described the functionality of them. This time I’m going to approach it from the problem that […]

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Creating a Secure Password with Dice (Ideal for Crypto Hardware Wallets, Ledger, Trezor, Keepkey)

so you want a passphrase that is really secure that you actually have a chance of remembering and you can store and backup in a way that can be resistant to common sorts of typos and mistakes in this video we’re going to look at how to generate a passphrase using the EFF 2.0 diceware […]

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Secure Crypto Assets with Enterprise Grade Hardware Wallet

Crypto keys need to be stored in tamper-proof, reliable, protected systems These systems need to be able to perform operations for trading and storage and to serve as a digital vault for the crypto keys Hardware security modules or HSM are such systems and vaults For security you best run the HSM in redundant configurations […]

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