The notorious Darkode hacking forum is back -- but has been given a scathing review by security researchers.
Real Hide IP is privacy software which allows you to conceal your IP address, choose IP country and surf anonymously. It can protect...
A sophisticated hacking group is using satellites in a novel manner to disguise their tracks.
A group of researchers have designed an alternative to the Tor network capable of blinding speeds.
Trying to buy confidential office hardware, or a surprise gift? Advances in ad retargeting will broadcast your intentions across the internet and all your devices unless you cover your tracks.
Internet Speed Test Diagnostics is a broadband diagnostic tool that helps you quickly perform speed test and troubleshoot common connectivity...
The brand image of the world's must-have anonymity tool is starting to look a bit tattered. The fans don't like it, but their response isn't helping their cause.
Steve Wilson examines a private sector surveillance project that has been going on for years in social media: facial recognition. Maybe you'll think twice before you post your next selfie.
Anti Tracks securely erases your Internet tracks, computer activities, and history stored in hidden files on your computer. It supports...
After a week of leaks of NSA citizen surveillance and Internet company denials, Violet Blue reports which mobile apps are best for privacy.
The difference between China and the United States is that China can execute on its grand plans unfettered by such inconveniences as democratic process or public opinion.
Two A Day says ZDNet just hates Apple and the iPhone--before it's even out. And in a nice display of doing homework the author cites more than 50 negative articles about iPhone in a week.
Update: on Tuesday, February 14, Jajah substantially revised the "Registration Data" and Collecting Information" sections of their EULA. In my judgment, the changes are specific enough to warrant retitling this post from "VoIP service Jajah on my mind- as possible spyware" to "VoIP service Jahah changes EULA to ease spyware concerns.
Always a contentious topic, we look at server-based Internet content filters and some of the reasons why your organisation might want one, or not.
Always a contentious feature, server-based Internet content filtering may be a boon or bane for your organization--depending, for most parts, on its culture. We look at four products.
Always a contentious topic, we look server-based Internet content filters and some of the reasons why your organisation might want one, or not.