This week is all about the display of Cryptoucan™. In this blog post we’re going to show you all the indicators, what do they mean and we will even introduce you to some scenarios that will be signaled by it. At the end of the post, you can watch our new video on this topic.
We’ve already showed you how to sign, encrypt and decrypt e-mails in Thunderbird e-mail client, now it’s time for the same in Outlook. Read our article or watch the instructional video showing every step that we made for you.
With the next batch of more than 1000 PCBs that has just arrived, we started testing and found out that the biggest issue is – again – checking whether LEDs work and if their color is correct. Read on to see some interesting math with averages in vector spaces and statistics of cyclic values.
It’s important to set your own PIN codes once you get your Cryptoucan™. In this week’s guide for Outlook e-mail client you’re going to learn how to do it on Windows using Kleopatra. You can also see all the steps of this process in the instructional video at the bottom of this post.
We’ve already shown you which software is needed to use Cryptoucan™ with Thunderbird on Windows and Linux, and how to install it. Now it’s time to learn the same for use with Outlook on Windows. Video of the installation process included!