Data Privacy is a serious concern today with the vast availability of personal data over the Internet – a digital universe where websites collect your personal information and sell them to advertisers for dollars, and where hackers can easily steal your data from the ill-equipped.
If this wasn’t enough, US Senate voted last week to eliminate privacy rules that would have forced ISPs to get
Today, most of you surf the web unaware of the fact that websites collect your data and track your locations and makes millions by sharing your search histories, location data, and buying habits with advertisers and marketers.
And if this isn’t enough, there are hackers and cyber criminals out there who have the ability to easily steal your sensitive and personal data from the ill-equipped
If you get caught using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the broader of United Arab Emirates (UAE), you could face temporary imprisonment and fines of up to $545,000 (~Dhs2 Million).
Yes, you heard that right.
Online Privacy is one of the biggest challenges in today’s interconnected world. The governments across the world have been found to be using the Internet to
Opera becomes the first web browser to offer a built-in Free, unlimited and 256-bit encrypted VPN service for everyone.
Opera’s Free VPN protects unencrypted browser session from leaking on public WiFi networks and will also let unblock firewalls to improve privacy and security.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have become an important tool not just for large companies, but also
Juniper Networks has announced that it has discovered “unauthorized code” in ScreenOS, the operating system for its NetScreen firewalls, that could allow an attacker to decrypt traffic sent through Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).
It’s not clear what caused the code to get there or how long it has been there, but the release notes posted by Juniper suggest the earliest buggy versions of