Moving to https

We are moving all of our websites to the https secure protocol.

This is something we don not have actually planned but the changes in the Google search rankings policies forced us to move in that direction. We do not have plans to do this change because we do not send or receive data that really needs to be secured (passwords, emails, credit card numbers or anything else); we only show content to readers and do not sell nothing or collect any personal info.

Anyway as cybercrime evolves is better to be safe and take this step.

We know this is not an absolute guarantee for nobody and we understand the real power of public agencies and organized hackers: if they want to do something, they will do it and we can not do anything to prevent it.

But we know we are working in the right direction as well. This is like lion’s anecdote: when a lion is hunting down your safari group, the real issue is not to run more speedy than the lion, but do not to be the slowest runner in the group. And that’s what we are trying to do. 🙂

So, now all of our websites are under the https secure protocol.

The troubles of Uber

Every day, Uber is in the news with a new issue. One day, Google starts a lawsuit against them, another, the drivers start a strike because they want to be employees (that what they actually are, by the way) and the next one, someone noticed Uber’s code is exactly the same they developed for its own company.

Too much troubles?

If any shareholder in Uber is tired of so many “incidents”, we are ready to exchange any percentage of shares: let’s say a 10% of Uber for a 10% of Lexur Networks?

I agree in advance. 🙂