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Russia to Sell its Proprietary Anti-Hacking Technology to India

Russia to Sell its Proprietary Anti-Hacking Technology to India

Russian is ready to sell its innovative anti-hacking technology to India. Speaking recently, the head of Russian Quantum Centre, the body that is in charge of developing the technology, Ruslan Yunusov, said that his agency is willing to work with India on a broad range of security-related projects. He added …

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Opera Adds, ‘VIP Mode’ to its Popular Browser

Opera has new standout features that make it a rival to other browsers

Opera Software has introduced a new feature to its free VPN for Android service, Opera Max. While announcing the new changes, the company said that the new feature, which is based on a clever display of ads on the screen of your phone, offers the ever growing number of Opera …

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Signal Seeks to Silence Government Censorship in Egypt

Signal Seeks to Silence Government Censorship in Egypt

Signal, the popular messaging service that allows users to communicate using end-to-end encryption methods is set to develop new features to defeat government censorship. Announcing the new plans, the company behind the app, Open Whispers said that it had noted that some states had developed new methods of blocking Signal. …

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The Turkish Government Blocks TOR and VPN Services

The Turkish Government Blocks TOR and VPN Services

The Turkish government has blocked TOR and VPN services in the country. Investigations indicate that the blockade was implemented sometime in mid-December after the government announced that it was taking measures to safeguard national security in the crisis-hit country. As per last week, users could not successfully bypass restrictions using …

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Australian Court Asks ISPs to Block Pirating Sites

Australian Court Asks ISPs to Block Pirating Sites

An Australian court has ordered all the ISPs operating in the country to take all the necessary measures to block all the sites that are associated with online copyright infringement practices. The Federal Court of Australia ruled that all the sites in Australia that enable individuals to pirate content and …

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AT&T to Provide VPN Services for NASA’s Deep Space Network

AT&T to Provide VPN Services for NASA’s Deep Space Network

AT&T is set to provide VPN services to protect NASA’s Deep Space Network. According to sources, NASA has been in talks with the telecommunications giant to help develop custom-made solutions for the vast network of communication equipment that NASA has in several countries. According to Mike Leff, who is the …

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