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Posted April 26 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

images Iran has been known to be one of the most online-suppressed countries in the world. Their government has very strict internet censorship applied on most of the major websites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google's Gmail. The reason for this, from the government's point of view, is to preserve the morality standards of the country.
Posted April 24 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

Chiếm quyền root Even though Linux is not the most popular operating system used, it is considered one of the most reliable and secure operating systems used. This is why it is most popular between security conscious users. Since it is the rarest operating system used, it doesn't take a high priority when it comes to compatible applications.
Posted April 22 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

2210.Screenshot_12.png-610x0 PC games nowadays have become a little more complex than back in our days, in the sense that most professional games now depend on online multiplayer. This requires a decent internet connection to even install the game and create an online account. However, creating an online account means giving out your personal information.
Posted April 21 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

yosemite-safai_icon Safari is the default internet browser used by all Apple devices (Macbook, iPhone, iPad, etc.). When it comes to stability and safety, Apple devices are known for being the safest compared to devices running on Windows or any other OS. However they are still under great risk when connected to a public WiFi network.
Posted April 20 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

europe-vpn Sadly, Europe is known to have one of the highest rates of online fraud and identity theft in the world. Many people experience this from something as simple as connecting to a public WiFi hotspot. This problem has reduced gradually since the introduction and awareness of VPNs.
Posted April 15 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

free-wifi-300x300 It's really great how we can now stay connected to the internet almost anywhere we go, thanks to WiFi hotspots. However, this perk comes with a great risk as, when a lot of strangers are connected with you through the same network, they can easily penetrate your privacy and get their hands on your information and internet activities.
Posted April 15 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

business-1012761_1920-811x401 Telecommunication or the transfer of information within any business is a vital procedure to keep the business going. However, keeping this information confidential and private within the business is even more important. This is why most businesses need a good VPN service to assist them in maintaining the privacy of their information.
Posted April 14 2017 By Mahitab Mostafa

Metadata-image The Australian government passed a law obligating all Australian telecommunication companies and internet service providers, such as: Telstra and Optus to store their users' metadata logs for as long as 2 years without their customer's approval or a legal warrant. Click for more details.
Posted April 13 2017 By Mahitab Mostafa

Net_Neutrality In an attempt to save the individual's right to a private and an open internet environment, the Internet Association which consists of Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Lyft, Netflix, Pinterest, Reddit, Spotify, Twitter, Uber and many more, has stood up against the FCC's decision to roll back the existing net neutrality law
Posted April 13 2017 By Ahmed Bahgat

android-logo The Android OS has recently taken the world by storm as most devices that are not Apple related are running on Android. As we all know that our Android mobile devices have now become, to some people, the main device used for browsing and streaming online.