Data breaches are becoming more frequent than a celebrity twitter rant. This is why we here at Dock are committed to informing our users and helping them take back control of their data. After the success of Safe Scan for email we turned our attention to the bane of everyone’s existence; Passwords.
The Dock team continues to push hard towards our long-term vision, and we’d like to take a moment with you to emphasize some highlights in our progress over the last month. Brief Summary of Our Long-Term Vision We know the problem we’re working to solve isn’t simple, but the way we explain it
Dock is making great progress on our protocol. We have been evaluating blockchain scaling solutions for the Dock protocol and are designing a hybrid Ethereum solution that gives us the benefits of the public main net while also the cost and scale advantages of a L2 solution. After evaluating
July has been an exciting month — we reached 1 million registered users in the Dock App, deployed large releases, and made great progress on R&D for layer 2 scaling solutions for the Dock protocol. Safe Scan We introduced Safe Scan last week as a feature to help you better control your data online.
Our core mission at Dock is to help you better control your data online. Personal information has been exposed in data breaches from many of the largest and most popular consumer applications. Just last year Equifax experienced one of the most severe breaches ever, exposing sensitive personal
We rely heavily on automated UI testing as a primary way of ensuring quality and preventing regressions in our web apps and satellite projects. We have found it to be an excellent method of testing by simulating how our web applications are supposed to work for our end users. In light of this