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Severe Flaws in Industrial Routers Patched by Moxa

Severe Flaws in Industrial Routers Patched by Moxa

Talos intelligence has revealed 17 vulnerable points in a Moxa industrial router. The company has now rolled out a patch addressing the issue. The affected router is the industrial EDR-810. It is marketed as a multiport secure router and offers services such as a firewall, virtual private network support (VPN), …

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Free VPN Might Mine for Cypto, Kaspersky Warns

Free VPN Might Mine for Cypto, Kaspersky Warns

Top security software company warns users to be wary of services offering free VPN, as there is a high risk that they include cryptocurrency mining scripts. Kaspersky Lab has unveiled that such services often tend to utilize the users’ device to for cryptocurrency mining. Due to the recent boom and …

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Facebook Faces the Courts

Most people don’t realize that Facebook is selling your information to advertisers without your consent, by monetizing your “shares” and “likes”, according to the Belgian Privacy Commission (BPC). Belgian Courts ruled against Facebook declaring its activities like canvas fingerprinting unlawful and fining them more than the US $ 25 Million PLUS …

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Be Careful before Buying VPN

Buying VPN

VPNs are quite popular these days. What was once a technology that allowed corporate employees to securely connect to the workplace is now a solution that more and more people around the world are adopting. VPNs hide you from all prying eyes by encrypting your network and hide your true …

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Freedom of Expression at Risk with New Russian Law on VPNs

Freedom of Expression at Risk with New Russian Law on VPNs

According to the Russian government, the law is necessary in order to reduce the number of extremist groups, however, Virtual Private Network (VPN) providers allege this is but an effort to censor free of speech and reduce online privacy. The systematic policy will come into force on the 1st of …

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EU Data Protection Chief Backs Encryption

VPN Company makes keyboard app for Kaboom

EU’s Data Protection Supervisor opines that encryption of the communications of EU citizens should be backed on all media and any attempts to reverse engineer or decrypt them should be completely prohibited. This was the conclusion reached regarding EU’s ePrivacy Directive. The European Union’s Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) came to …

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Moxa Industrial Secure Routers Not as Secure Researcher Say

Moxa Industrial Secure Routers Not as Secure Researcher Say

Moxa, an industry network, computing and automation solutions provider is updating one of its secure industrial routers addressing many if the high severity flaws that can be executed via Denial of service attacks, privilege elevations and also arbitrary code execution. The Moxa router EDR-G903 series is high performance. It is …

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Government should recruit “bored” hackers, Senator urges

Government should recruit hackers

The government is being encouraged to recruit “bored” hackers whom would help serve as cyber commandos and help in manning and protecting government agencies websites, protecting the country from the real cyber criminals. Pro Tempore Senate President, Ralph Recto said the statement after the arrest of the 23- year old …

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