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New WPA3 Security Protocol Is Finally Official

It’s after a full five-month period that the new security protocol for Wi-Fi, WPA3, has been released. The protocol was initially revealed to the public at large in January 2018. The wireless protocol that governs the designing and operations of Wi-Fi products is the property of an autonomous... Read More »
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U.S. Federal Ban on Kaspersky Lab Software Signed into Law

The issues with regards to the Trump-run U.S. government and outside cyber security companies continue as the government has permanently banned the Russian software company Kaspersky Lab from being used in any of their authorized institutions. In other words, the government doesn’t want foreign entities spying on their... Read More »

VPN Usage is Increasing, Study Shows

According to a recent survey, the use of VPN services in the United States and the United Kingdom has skyrocketed. The numbers show that VPN services have indeed become a mainstream product in today’s times. The survey was performed by Wombat Security to figure out if the recent... Read More »

Hotspot Shield VPN Allegedly Violating Users’ Internet Privacy

VPNs are presumed to be the holy grail of internet privacy, but recent accusations against Hotspot Shield bring back every netizen’s worst fear—nothing can truly protect you online. This has compelled users worldwide to do a background check on their VPN providers. It’s a well-known fact that numerous... Read More »

Beware! New Phishing Technique Targets Facebook Users

The latest phishing trend narrows its target to Facebook users, through a process called URL padding. Security experts note that the hacking technique specifically aims to infiltrate mobile phones using the social network. This particular phishing practice involves making deceptive links look like legitimate ones. Users then click... Read More »

Groups Call for Strong Encryption to Protect Online Privacy

A recent ministerial meeting between officials from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia—a surveillance partnership known as “Five Eyes”—has inspired a strong call for the preservation of encryption as a means to safeguard internet security. In an open letter drafted by a total... Read More »

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