Asymmetric Encryption & more — Bob Kfir’s Tech Blog

Bob Kfir
Bob Kfir
Aug 16 · 2 min read


Welcome to another Bob Kfir’s Tech Blog newsletter. I meant to publish the post about asymmetric encryption a few days ago, but run into some problems with it. Luckily, I finally got it published earlier today.

This week’s best:

Asymmetric Encryption

How data gets securely transferred from point A to point B over a public internet connection. — Read more

In case you missed it:

How Secure Is Your iPhone?

We all spend more time than we care to admit staring at our iPhone screens and mindlessly typing away. Everything from contacts to messages and images are things we would rather not have the world see. — Read more

The No Encryption Dystopia

What happens if backdoor-free encryption is made illegal. — Read more

The Problems With End-to-end Encryption

Why End-to-end encryption isn’t the solution for everything. — Read more

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Hope you have a great weekend,

Bob Kfir

Bob Kfir’s Tech Blog

A technology blog with an emphasis on cybersecurity and privacy.

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    I’m a writer and a programmer. Most of what I write is about technology (often privacy and cybersecurity) and/or writing. You can learn more at www.bobkfir.com

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