DDoS Attack Hits Anti-Censorship Site in China

by Paul Davies, March 24, 2015

Arguably China’s most prolific engine in the fight against censorship in China, Greatfire.org, has been dealt a severe blow this week. And many people are pointing the finger directly at the Chinese Government to identify the culprit. The Attack on Greatfire Though the attack on Greatfire.org is thought to have … Continue reading

Yahoo Highlight the Truth About Passwords

by Paul Davies, March 19, 2015

When you think about your online presence, you may assume you don’t need a VPN to provide web security. After all, all the most important online services are password protected. Online banking, email, even online shopping accounts all request password authentication before providing access, but by introducing their new ‘one … Continue reading

$3m Bounty Placed on the Head of Russian Hacker

by Paul Davies, March 10, 2015

Over the past year, it is estimated that cybercrime has cost the US Government between $100 and $400 billion in terms of stolen assets and intellectual property. And now, the US Department of State are showing how serious they are about putting a stop to this kind of online piracy … Continue reading

Use Your Real Name Online in China

by Paul Davies, March 6, 2015

Use Your Real Name Online or Face the Consequences in China While most of us are trying to keep our personal data separate from our online activity, in China this becoming increasingly impossible. New legislation being implemented by the Cyberspace Administration of China states that online users must now use … Continue reading

SIM Cards Still Safe Unless You Use 2G

by Paul Davies, February 25, 2015

Gemalto Claim SIM Cards Still Safe After NSA Hack – Unless You Use 2G When global giant Gemalto came out earlier this week and said it believed the NSA and GCHQ had made at least two attempts to hack into its network and steel vital encryption keys, it insisted that … Continue reading

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