Gather round folks, for I’d like to tell you a story. A long, long time ago… the AudioAcrobat team created a blog hosted on WordPress.com. The year was 2008 and we had no idea how much enjoyment our readers would experience over the next six years. In this period of time we’ve had the privilege […]
Get ready world, for there is a standardization of high quality digital audio on the horizon known as Master Recording Qualities, which will tell you everything you need to know about the lineage and quality of the file in three simple letters! This could potentially put an end to the “lossy” MP3 file formats we’ve […]
Well… it was bound to happen sooner or later. The greatest internet privacy bug of all time, dubbed “Heartbleed” has sent the internet into an uproar regarding security, passwords and presumably safe (encrypted) information that could have possibly fallen into the hands of those who live by less than scrupulous ethical codes. It’s bad, folks. VERY bad.
We’ve already received several inquiries here at AudioAcrobat regarding our servers and how Heartbleed might affect AudioAcrobat. To be blunt, it doesn’t. Read on for helpful Q&A to put inquiring minds at ease.