It’s important to set your own PIN codes once you get your Cryptoucan™. In this article you’re going to learn how to do it on macOS. You can also see all the steps of this process in the instructional video at the bottom of this post.
In today’s blog post we will show which personal information you can store on Cryptoucan™ and how to change it on macOS. You can also watch the instructional video on this topic that’s at the end of this article.
In today’s blog post you’ll find how to generate your own set of cryptographic keys and revocation certificate on macOS with Thunderbird email client. If you’re still not sure why would you need cryptographic keys and what is revocation certificate for, we covered those topics here too. And, as always, we made another instructional video that will guide you through the process.
We haven’t forgotten about you, macOS users! Firstly, we’re going to teach you about macOS and Thunderbird email client. In today’s article, you will learn what software you need to use your Cryptoucan™ with and how to install it. Don’t worry, the article is accompanied by an instructional video of our production – as always.
Have you ever wondered how does the testing process of Cryptoucan™ look like? Well, here’s your chance to see how we’re testing our keyboards. Today’s article includes recordings of the robot we built for this – that’s something you need to see!