Quito has had frosty relations with the U.S. in recent years after President Rafael Correa kicked the U.S. military out of the country.

As unsuccessful former presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso becomes increasingly isolated in his refusal to accept the results of Ecuador’s election, the United States on Thursday joined the long list of countries that have congratulated President-elect Lenin Moreno on his recent win.
The CNE said it was a transparent and successful election process, calling for everyone to respect the results.
Progressive candidate and renowned disability activist from the ruling Alianza Pais, Lenin Moreno has won the Ecuadorian presidential election Sunday.

With 94.18 percent of the official vote counted, Lenin defeated former banker Guillermo Lasso, candidate for the right-wing CREO-SUMO alliance with 51.07 percent to 48.93 percent, according to results issued by the country’s National Electoral Council on Sunday night.
All latest polls predict a win for the left-wing candidate, who led his conservative rival by over 10 percent in the first round vote.

Ecuador's presidential candidate Lenin Moreno leads five polls against right-wing former banker Guillermo Lasso ahead of the country's decisive presidential run-off vote that will decide whether the country stays on its left-wing path of the past decade or swings toward neoliberalism.
If you use iCloud to sync your Apple devices, your private data may be at risk of getting exposed or deleted by April 7th.

It has been found that a mischievous group of hackers claiming to have access to over 300 million iCloud accounts is threatening Apple to remotely wipe data from those millions of Apple devices unless Apple pays it $75,000 in crypto-currency or $100,000 worth of iTunes gift cards.

Another dangerous vulnerability has been discovered in Linux kernel that dates back to 2009 and affects a large number of Linux distros, including Red Hat, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, and Ubuntu.

By default, many Android devices include a generic option for encryption tools, for example: whole disk, microSD, etc.

But, many manufactures, it does not...

There is an application that does not encrypt the entire disk, but it is useful for sending files, emails and more, for sure, and it is open source.

OpenKeyChain is the name, and is quite simple: only require the creation of the keys, it has a very simple interface. Enjoy!

Here’s a surprising fact: We don’t know what makes up 80 percent of the matter in the universe. I don’t mean that the matter is made of atoms, and we just don’t know which kind of atoms. What I mean is that four-fifths of the universe appears to be made of something that isn’t atoms at all, or more to the point, it’s not made from any of the fundamental particles that we know of.