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Posted June 14 2016 By admin

Are you a big sports fan? Do you want to be able to watch Euro 2016 matches HD on your mobile devices anytime you want, wherever you are? Are you looking for a way to catch up with matches you’ve missed? This article is definitely for you! Let’s start by a brief on beIN Sports Network beIN Sports (formerly known as Ajazeera Sports) is a worldly renowned TV sports channels network and one of the cheapest worldwide. beIN broadcasts top of sports championships; such as: F...
Posted September 17 2015 By admin

VPN on demand is a brilliant Apple feature that makes VPN connection able to start without the need to go into settings or leaving the application you are using. iOS only backs VPN On Demand for networks that use certificate for authentication. You have to use a configuration profile to appoint which domains need a VPN connection. This connection is made whenever the appliance attempts to connect to specific domains. Certain apps need to do nothing; the minute they attempt ...
Posted June 15 2015 By admin

Russia's Crackdown on Tor A Russian court has recently ordered Russian internet service providers to block RUBlacklist, a website that posts useful tips on how to use anonymity services, like: VPNs and Tor, and shares information on how to use torrent websites, like: The Pirate Bay. “Law enforcement has demonstrated its complete incompetence in the basic knowledge of all the common technical aspects of the Internet, though even youngsters can understand it,” Artyom K...
Posted June 14 2015 By admin

Few days ago Chinese hackers infiltrated several websites used by journalists and Muslim Uighur ethnic minority. Hackers were able to steal sensitive personal information; including: names, addresses, emails, birth dates, phone numbers as well as tracking cookies of users who were logged into any of the 15 Chinese Internet portals. This may sound like any other hack we read about in the news, however, these hackers have made the headlines because they managed to thwart...
Posted June 12 2015 By admin

Governments worldwide continue to tighten the noose around the internet's neck and reinforcing censorship by giving more power to telecom companies and ISPs to store customer phone logs and internet data for law enforcement arguably to combat terrorism and crimes. Data Retention law will take effect in Australia, for instance, starting from October, 2015. Australian telecommunication companies and internet service providers will keep track of all call logs, emails, in...
Posted June 02 2015 By admin

WhatsApp is one of the most prominent informing VoIP (voice over internet protocol) applications that is utilized by more than 800 dynamic clients to send messages, features, photographs and so forth to their friends and family. This implies that those messages, features or photographs may be truly individual and you don't need them to be seen by everybody.These are couple of indicates that will help you enhance the protection settings on your WhatsApp: My WhatsApp Pro...
Posted June 02 2015 By admin

With the increase in our use of the Internet and the large number of sites that require registration, we need to use more than one or more account in social networks or even mails and sites.Variety of sites now oblige guests to sign into their record before they can do anything. this causes many people to create accounts and fall into the risk of forgetting the password which is a burden to remember most of our user names or passwords at different locations and due t...
Posted May 31 2015 By admin

Samsung Galaxy S6 is probably the most beautiful and sexiest looking phone to date. Samsung has ditched the plain plastic built of its phone and replaced it with sleek, airy, full metal design that is also water resistant with a 16 megapixel rear camera, an octa-core Exynos processor that's super fast, a more responsive finger print scanner making it a very tough phone to beat. Without doubt this sirenic innovation is the best and the most attractive in 2015.Not only...
Posted May 04 2015 By admin

Google has launched a new tool called "Google Password Alert" to protect its users from phishing. Phishing is a cyber crime and a type of internet fraud which involves an individual or a group posing as an authentic organization to steal your personal and sensitive information, such as: passwords, credit card numbers or social security numbers. If you are under a phishing attack, you might receive an email from a fraudster pretending to be Google, for example, requesting...
Posted April 30 2015 By admin

Why would you want to shop online anonymously? Online shopping has become mainstream over the past 5 years. Consumers all over the globe have started to trust online retailers and internet payment services (e.g: Paypal or OneCard) more than ever. However, the number of cyber threats targeting online shoppers has been equally on the rise. As a result, many users have turned to stealth methods of shopping over the internet in order to secure their sensitive information and...