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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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What you missed in cybersecurity this week

What you missed in cybersecurity this week There’s not a week that goes by where cybersecurity doesn’t dominates the headlines. This week was no different. Struggling to keep up? We’ve collected some of the biggest cybersecurity stories from the week to keep you in the know and up to speed. Malicious websites […]

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What security pros need to know from Black Hat & Def Con 2019

What security pros need to know from Black Hat & Def Con 2019 Black Hat and Def Con came and went as quickly as it ever does. The week-long pair of back-to-back conferences, referred to as “hacker summer camp,” draws in the security crowd from across the world onto Las Vegas, where […]

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Binance begins to restrict US users ahead of regulatory-compliant exchange launch

Binance begins to restrict US users ahead of regulatory-compliant exchange launch The world’s largest crypto exchange is going legit. Binance, which processes over $1 billion on a daily basis and for so long has embodied crypto’s wild west culture, announced that it will launch a U.S-based service — but, in the meantime, […]

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Facebook collected device data on 187,000 users using banned snooping app

Facebook collected device data on 187,000 users using banned snooping app Facebook obtained personal and sensitive device data on about 187,000 users of its now-defunct Research app, which Apple banned earlier this year after the app violated its rules. The social media giant said in a letter to Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s office […]

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VPN protocol WireGuard now has an official macOS app

VPN protocol WireGuard now has an official macOS app WireGuard could be the most promising VPN protocol in years. It lets you establish a connection with a VPN server that is supposed to be faster, more secure and more flexible at the same time. The developers launched a brand new app in […]

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No, Tencent isn’t about to burn Reddit down

No, Tencent isn’t about to burn Reddit down Ahoy, it’s doom and gloom for Reddit after the company welcomed investment from Chinese censorship overlord Tencent. Well, not quite. The reality is, in fact, it’s quite the opposite. In recruiting the company behind one of the internet’s largest and vibrant social networks — […]

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Indian state government leaks thousands of Aadhaar numbers

Indian state government leaks thousands of Aadhaar numbers A lapse in security has led to the leaking of over a hundred thousand Aadhaar numbers, TechCrunch can reveal. One of the web systems used to record attendance of government workers for the Indian state of Jharkhand was left exposed and without a password […]

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Senator Warner calls on Zuckerberg to support market research consent rules

Senator Warner calls on Zuckerberg to support market research consent rules In response to TechCrunch’s investigation of Facebook paying teens and adults to install a VPN that lets it analyze all their phone’s traffic, Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) has sent a letter to Mark Zuckerberg. It admonishes Facebook for not spelling out […]

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Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them

Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them Desperate for data on its competitors, Facebook has been secretly paying people to install a “Facebook Research” VPN that lets the company suck in all of a user’s phone and web activity, similar to Facebook’s Onavo Protect app that Apple banned in […]

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