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Why are we publishing this?

We’d like to let our faithful followers learn more about The Encrypt and what’s going on inside The Encrypt than the news and the legal aspects of The Encrypt.

Published content

All resources and all sorts of material published in The Encrypt including text and images are properties of Administrator. In addition, replication of the content is strictly prohibited without proper authorization from the owner. We have provided credit to the source, in exceptional cases. We’re bound to make mistakes and you have to kindly forgive those mistakes about the content’s accuracy, while we’re trying to keep it as accurate as possible. The technology world is still supposed to evolve slowly and we can’t promise you that what we’ve learned today will also be true for tomorrow.

Hereby, we would also like to assure you that we would not be liable for any kind of difficulty you may encounter following The Encrypt’s articles or how-to guides. Neither the post author nor The Encrypt would be liable for these financial or personal issues or other consequences. And you should bear in mind that at your own risk you are following the articles.

In addition, you could be browsing our content from another country, which may have restrictions on accessing and using the content on the internet. In this situation, we are not responsible for any defamatory laws or comments that are relevant to the country’s government, the religion of the person, etc. Clearly, the entire burden rests with you, and we will not take care of any legal problems that you may face by reading The Encrypt’s content.

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If you see/refer/tag in the URL of the link, this link may be an affiliate connection and your click-through give us some regular fee for the product or service. If you click on those links followed by your purchase of that product, we will receive a commission amount from the company. The fee would have no impact whatsoever on the price you have to pay for the transaction, however.

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Not all The Encrypt writers are bloggers but they are talented in different parts such as Cyber Security, Blockchain, Cloud, Machine Learning and content creation, etc. Therefore, there is a chance that the content in the article may cause their popularity to be elevated in the tech or physical society, thereby helping to gather attention and implied revenue.

We do get direct remuneration through certain methods like placing advertisements in various sections of this site, paying ratings, supported posts, etc. We can include a link to the sponsor of the advertising or sponsored posts in each of those pages.


While there is a portion of remuneration as well as uplifting social media, all of The Encrypt’s writers are very enthusiastic about what they are doing and what they’re writing about on the site. So, by publishing valuable articles and other details about various categories, such as Cyber Security, Blockchain, Cloud, Machine Learning, etc., we get an unparalleled degree of writing satisfaction and supporting others. Clearly, the thing described in The Encrypt goes beyond English terms, and it resides in the minds of each of Encrypt Team members.