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How to setup a vpn connection on apple tv

Set up a VPN on Apple TV

Apple TV is a digital media player device that receives digital data from all types of sources. With this device, you can stream movies and live-stream television channels on the screen of your television. For more security of the content received by these devices, it is wise for clients to …

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How to configure a VPN on Linux

OpenVPN XOR Patch on Centos 7

VPN services are a good way of ensuring internet security and unlimited access to any website. With a good VPN connection, you can be sure that no one can hack into your systems. A VPN connection protects everything that you do on the internet; you are free from any monitoring …

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Facial Recognition Technology Enters the Commercial Market

Facial recognition technology is a biometric which uses measurable characteristics of a person’s face to identify them. This technology has been used by governments and law enforcement agencies to find suspects and wanted individuals for several years now. However, the technology has recently become affordable for other business and can …

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AnonCoders Strike Again: More than 200 websites hacked in India

More than 200 websites hacked in India

Darkshadow-tn, a member of Anoncoders, hacked and deformed over 200 websites across India; this is according to official facebook pages of both zone-h andAnoncoders. Darkshadow-tn, a member of the group of hackers called Anoncoders, is responsible for this malicious act of deforming the 200 websites. The website could only display …

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Belgian Facebook Restricted By Privacy Law

Belgian Facebook Restricted By Privacy Law

European Privacy laws are much stricter than the laws in the US. And lately, Facebook has been hit by a privacy ruling in Belgium which states that all Belgian Facebook users have to sign in to view Facebook pages. In other words, anyone who does not have a Facebook account …

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ABC Fingers China In Cyber-Attack On Australia

ABC Fingers China In CyberAttack On Australia

The Bureau of Metereology, Australia has been hit by a huge cyber-attack. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has accused China of the attack, claiming that sensitive Australian national security data may have been compromised by the attack. The Australian Department of Defence is reportedly connected to the massive supercomputers at the …

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Internet privacy takes a punch after FTC’s own in-house jugde rules against them – but what does that mean for you?

The chief administrative law judge for the U.S Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ruled in favor of LabMD, after a complaint by the FTC stating that LabMD has failed to adequately protect their patient’s personal data. The cybersecurity consultant Tiversa discovered a 1,718-page insurance aging report on the peer-to-peer file-sharing network …

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Privacy International Sues GCHQ

Privacy International Sues GCHQ

Today, Privacy International takes GCHQ on the charges of working with the Unites States National Security Agency to develop and deploy viruses (malware). The privacy campaign group has accused the UK agency of also hacking into computers cameras and mobile phones. The group is demanding that all data which the …

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