Some people have too much time on their hands and do awesome things with it. Koala_Steamed on YouTube posted a video of a working Redstone Word Processor. It is essentially an 8-bit computer which takes keyboard input and displays information on a screen. It has memory, and storage.
Before anyone pontificates about how terrible of a job these browsers did, I’d like to point out the impossibility of encrypting something when all encryption keys are on disk. Firefox allows you to set a master password, at which point your passwords are stored fairly securely.
Alternately, I use LastPass and highly recommend it. The UI is weird, but once you get used to it, it is quite powerful.
I’m tempted to start using this once I hear more confirmation from security experts that it is actually fairly well done.
If you aren’t familiar with encryption, this means that your device encrypts the message before passing it to the receiver. Since this is done at the device level, WhatsApp is unable to decrypt your messages even if they wanted to. This completely foils the NSA’s automated data gathering and many kinds of search warrants. It still allows the government to require that WhatsApp introduce a backdoor, but hopefully they have a canary for that.