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IDVector Re-Surfaces to Offer VPNs an Alternative Approach

IDVector Re-Surfaces to Offer VPNs an Alternative Approach

IDVector, a security start-up that builds brief connections using cloud providers, has re-surfaced from stealth mode to offer an alternative approach to VPNs. IDVector is a security start-up that takes a different approach to providing a VPN service to its customers. The company has re-emerged from stealth mode to offer …

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Possible PoS Breach Investigated by Millennium Hotels & Resorts

American State Govt Computers Attacked 300 Million Times a Day by Hackers

Millennium Hotels & Resorts is investigating a possible breach involving the point-of-sale (PoS) systems at around 14 locations in USA. Millennium Hotels & Resorts (MHR) has notified its customers that it is investigating a possible breach involving its PoS systems. The breach could affect 14 locations in the United States …

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Opera finally brings VPN browser app over to Android

Opera launches free VPN service for Web users

Months after developing a VPN app for the Apple devices, browser developer Opera has finally followed with a VPN browser for the Android devices also. The VPN browser app will now allow Android users the chance to browse and visit sites anonymously without fear of having their identity known or …

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Express VPN Review (August 2016)

Express VPN

Headquartered: British Virgin Islands Pricing: $8.32 p/m is the most popular package Servers: 1000+ servers across 100+ locations in 78 countries. We’re constantly adding to this number VPN Protocols: OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, SSTP Key Features: – Stellar 24/7 support service – 30day money back guarantee. It’s a no questions asked …

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Perfect Privacy VPN Review (August 2016)

Perfect Privacy VPN

Perfect Privacy VPN has offices in Latvia and New Zealand. It was established in 2008, and to provide absolute privacy and anonymity to its users. In this age of cyber-crime, such a service is quite necessary, which is why the founders established Perfect Privacy to help people all over the …

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Tool from NSA Dump can reveal VPN password


A researcher used one of the tools found in the recently leaked NSA hacker tools and exploits archive file to crack the password of a Cisco VPN. He says that it could be used by the NSA to snoop on encrypted traffic. The 234-megabyte archive file leaked by the Shadow …

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How the VPN industry is making its fortune in the Online Gaming


Earlier when an addition in the entertainment industry was made with the introduction of 16-bit 2D arcade games, those were just single player games and good old times. Since then the gaming industry has travelled a long way and it’s ever developing with developers constantly pushing up the industry benchmark. …

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