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Posted August 20 2021 By admin

[caption id="attachment_12531" align="aligncenter" width="719"] What are the dangers of using public WiFI?[/caption]   We are living in a connected world where public WiFi networks are everywhere around us! it’s rare not to find free WiFi in coffee shops, restaurants, hotels, airports, malls, and nearly every business. If you work or spend much time in coffee shops, you will notice that most people ask for the WiFi password the moment they sit in even before m...
Posted August 17 2021 By admin

  T-Mobile’s announcement came after an anonymous hacker claimed to have sensitive personal information on more than 100 million people including 30 million unique SSNs that had never been sold to anyone before.  The stolen data includes social security numbers, phone numbers, names, physical addresses, unique IMEI numbers, and driver’s licenses information, the seller said in an underground forum as reported by Motherboard. T-Mobile said in a statement...
Posted September 09 2017 By admin

darknet Have you heard about Deep Web or Dark Net before? Numerous news reports allude to the unnerving substance that is covered up in the Deep Web or the Dark Web, yet it is essential to illuminate what they are and how they are unique. What Is Deep Web? The idea driving the term is not as troublesome as you might be considering. To place this into basic words, the sites that you can seek through the standard web indexes like Google are known as the Surface web. Though, the ...
Posted September 08 2017 By admin

dpi1 Unblocking, Unblocking Everywhere. this is what you think of as soon as you see an article about VPN. But what if i don' need to unblock anything and every single site is available in my country. do i still have to use a VPN. Vpnanswers Says YES What is A DPI? DPI is an innovation that gives organize directors and governments the capacity to screen all that you do on the Internet, including perusing and recording your email and other computerized interchanges, and fo...
Posted June 30 2017 By admin

thumb-1920-75534 Although internet users in Belgium do not face any problems with online censorship, they still face 2 serious online risks; online surveillance by the NSA among other entities and a severe rise in cyber crimes. Belgium is like most European countries when it comes to online surveillance.
Posted June 29 2017 By admin

images Ever since the famous civil war in Algeria in the nineties and the government has been building an advanced infrastructure which gives it high surveillance capabilities. Even though the Algerian president in 2006 had pardoned all the journalists that have been accused with defamation charges.
Posted June 28 2017 By admin

images-18 Abu Dhabi is the capital city of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is the highest populated city in the UAE and one of the most expensive cities in the world. At the same time it holds a massive amount of foreign investment. It is considered a great living and working opportunity for people from all over the world.
Posted June 27 2017 By admin

australia-vpn-3 Australia is known to have strong Data Retention Laws which means that ISP's are bound by law to store all internet users' online activities and information and simply hand it over to the authorities when asked for it. This means that all the netizens in Australia are under the risk of having their personal online privacy being breached
Posted June 26 2017 By admin

italy-vpn1 Even though Italy is considered a free country on paper, yet, in reality the situation is a bit different. There are no internet restrictions placed by the government but there is a high level of online surveillance. Freedom of speech is always threatened behind the curtains.
Posted June 26 2017 By admin

Brunei-Flag Brunei is a country in South East Asia, which is considered one of the richest economies in the region. It has enormous reserves of petroleum and natural gas which is the reason for its high economic state and human development index. Citizens of Brunei have really high incomes and a high internet penetration rate (60%).