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13 ways to screw over your internet provider

13 ways to screw over your internet provider Internet providers are real bastards: they have captive audiences whom they squeeze for every last penny while they fight against regulation like net neutrality and donate immense amounts of money to keep on lawmakers’ good sides. So why not turn the tables? Here are […]

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Internet group brands Mozilla ‘internet villain’ for supporting DNS privacy feature

Internet group brands Mozilla ‘internet villain’ for supporting DNS privacy feature An industry group of internet service providers has branded Firefox browser maker Mozilla an “internet villain” for supporting a DNS security standard. The U.K.’s Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA), the trade group for U.K. internet service providers, nominated the browser maker […]

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ICANN warns of “ongoing and significant” attacks against internet’s DNS infrastructure

ICANN warns of “ongoing and significant” attacks against internet’s DNS infrastructure The internet’s address book keeper has warned of an “ongoing and significant risk” to key parts of the domain name system infrastructure, following months of increased attacks. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, issued the notice late Friday, […]

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Amazon buys Eero: What does it mean for your privacy?

Amazon buys Eero: What does it mean for your privacy? In case you hadn’t seen, Amazon is buying router maker Eero. And in case you hadn’t heard, people are pretty angry. Deluged in a swarm of angry tweets and social media posts, many have taken to reading tealeaves to try to understand […]

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To fight election meddling, Google’s cyber unit Jigsaw extends its anti-DDoS protections to European politicos

To fight election meddling, Google’s cyber unit Jigsaw extends its anti-DDoS protections to European politicos Jigsaw, the cybersecurity-focused division owned by Google parent Alphabet, is now allowing political organizations in Europe to sign up for its anti-web-flooding technology for free. Until now, the free-to-use technology designed to protect political campaigns and websites against […]

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Microsoft confirms Bing is down in China

Microsoft confirms Bing is down in China Microsoft’s Bing is down in China, according to users who took to social media beginning Wednesday afternoon to complain and express concerns. The Seattle-based behemoth has confirmed that its search engine is currently inaccessible in China and is “engaged to determine next steps,” a company […]

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Google’s cyber unit Jigsaw introduces Intra, a new security app dedicated to busting censorship

Google’s cyber unit Jigsaw introduces Intra, a new security app dedicated to busting censorship Jigsaw, the division owned by Google parent Alphabet, has revealed Intra, a new app aimed at protecting users from state-sponsored censorship. Intra is a new app that aims to prevent DNS manipulation attacks. Whenever you visit a website, […]

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Popular crypto service MyEtherWallet hit by attack after Hola VPN gets hacked

Popular crypto service MyEtherWallet hit by attack after Hola VPN gets hacked MyEtherWallet, one of the internet’s most popular services for managing cryptocurrencies, suffered a serious security breach for the second time this year after a widely-used VPN service was compromised for five hours. MyEtherWallet (MEW) is used to access crypto wallets […]

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