With the continual erosion of internet privacy and the rising level of security threats, more people are now turning to virtual private networks. VPNs encrypt your internet traffic, making it invisible to third parties like surveillance agencies, your internet provider, and the network admin. Plus, they protect your devices from hackers and the risks associated … Continue reading How To Stay Anonymous On The Web
To the uninformed, ethical hacking is a criminal practice criminal minds use to tap the data of innocent people. Though it may have some truth in it, Ethical hacking has played a huge role in the world of cybersecurity today. It has helped firms fortify their security and also helped government official gain access to … Continue reading Best Tools For Ethical Hacking
The NSA has recently conducted a campaign focused on the interception of internal communications of operators and trade groups in order to infiltrate mobile networks around the world, according to recent revelations from Edward Snowden. The U.S. National Security Agency ran two undisclosed operations, the Wireless Portfolio Management Office and the Target Technology Trends Center, … Continue reading NSA has a spying program that targets many mobile networks
A new social website has sub-merged, though it isn’t exactly “new.” We’re sure you’ve heard of the site “Ello” that recently appeared, and the rise and fall of Diaspora*, and now a new social network (a social discovery network to be exact) has merged claiming to be the alternative to Facebook: WeeShare! WeeShare! is a … Continue reading The alternative networking site to Facebook: WeeShare! – The World’s Social Network.