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It’s World Password Day — celebrate with a new password

It’s World Password Day — celebrate with a new password | Online Security News | Scoop.it

On May 5th it was World Password Day. Do you want to find out what is your security level? Take the quiz: https://www.ibvpn.com/2016/05/its-world-password-day-celebrate-with-a-new-password/

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CyberAware Week 3: Stay protected while always connected

CyberAware Week 3: Stay protected while always connected | Online Security News | Scoop.it
In the third week of the #CyberAware Month we’ll share simple ways on how we can protect ourselves and those around us along with what we can do if impacted by a breach, cybercrime or other issue.
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How to secure your smart devices | Buy VPN accounts at ibVPN. VPN service mainly in US, Canada & UK

How to secure your smart devices | Buy VPN accounts at ibVPN. VPN service mainly in US, Canada & UK | Online Security News | Scoop.it
#Howto secure your data on smart devices like smartphones, tablets and wearable? http://t.co/MABYtGJLK4
#smartphone #security #vpn #NCSAM
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Doing the 2 Step Authentication – 2 Step

Doing the 2 Step Authentication – 2 Step | Online Security News | Scoop.it
All it takes is a quick view of the week’s news to be shocked and hopefully scared, Web sites and services are being hacked on a weekly basis. User names, passwords and more are leaking out at an alarming rate.
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How to protect your privacy online - MyFoxAL

How to protect your privacy online - MyFoxAL | Online Security News | Scoop.it
How to protect your privacy online
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How to protect your privacy online. Updated: Sunday, September 15, 2013 7:00 AM EST. By Rachel Bennett - email.
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You're only as safe online as you make yourself, and the best way to do that is to not share your personal information unless it's absolutely necessary with someone you know and trust. Your name, address, contact information and certainly social security number and bank information can lead to identity theft.

You might be surprised to learn how easy that information is to grab.

Some online advertisers use shady tactics to buy and sell your information to other websites, so they can cater to your purchasing habits.

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Parliamentary report urges Australians to bypass online geo-blocks that can double prices for IT products - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Parliamentary report urges Australians to bypass online geo-blocks that can double prices for IT products - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Online Security News | Scoop.it
A federal parliamentary committee has recommended that consumers find ways to lawfully evade technology that allows IT companies to charge up to twice as much for their products in Australia.
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Twitter / bestvpnservice: #NSA Spies Everywhere! #vpn ...

Twitter / bestvpnservice: #NSA Spies Everywhere! #vpn ... | Online Security News | Scoop.it
#NSA Spies Everywhere!
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Google knows more about you than you think. How the company balances privacy concerns

Google knows more about you than you think. How the company balances privacy concerns | Online Security News | Scoop.it
Google gathers a vast array of information on its users, which is crucial to its commercial ambitions. But now the company faces pressure to calibrate its emphasis on user privacy. (Google knows more about you than you think.
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Facebook continues pushback against PRISM allegations - Daily Caller

Facebook continues pushback against PRISM allegations - Daily Caller | Online Security News | Scoop.it
AllFacebook Facebook continues pushback against PRISM allegations Daily Caller On Monday, Facebook continued to push back against the damaging allegations implicating the company as a willing participant in a massive National Security Agency...
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With NSA revelations, Sen. Ron Wyden’s vague warnings about privacy finally become clear

With NSA revelations, Sen. Ron Wyden’s vague warnings about privacy finally become clear | Online Security News | Scoop.it
The senator had tried for years to talk about the surveillance programs — without really talking about them.
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Apple Developer site hack: Turkish security researcher claims responsibility

Apple Developer site hack: Turkish security researcher claims responsibility | Online Security News | Scoop.it
Turkish security researcher claims to have found flaw in system, which has been offline since Thursday as company 'rebuilds and strengthens' security around databases.
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Researcher wins NSA cyber-security prize, says freedom is incompatible with the NSA

Researcher wins NSA cyber-security prize, says freedom is incompatible with the NSA | Online Security News | Scoop.it
Dr. Joseph Bonneau, an engineer at Google, is the first-ever winner of the NSA's new Science of Security (SoS) Competition, a prize for excellence in cyber-security research.
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CyberAware Week 4: Your Evolving Digital Life - ibVPN.com

CyberAware Week 4: Your Evolving Digital Life - ibVPN.com | Online Security News | Scoop.it
The fourth week of the #CyberAware month it’s all about our evolving digital lives and what we can do to have a strong online security & privacy.
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National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2015

National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2015 | Online Security News | Scoop.it
We are proud to announce that we are official Champions of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2015.
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Heartbleed insight: Was ibVPN affected?

Heartbleed insight: Was ibVPN affected? | Online Security News | Scoop.it
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The new discovery regarding OpenSSL vulnerability showed that major businesses and about 60% of the web was affected by this bug. Among these, VPN services were also affected depending on precautions that were taken by each.

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How NSA-Proof Are VPN Providers? | TorrentFreak

How NSA-Proof Are VPN Providers? | TorrentFreak | Online Security News | Scoop.it
The privacy of Internet users has become an extremely hot topic this year, largely thanks to the revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden.
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Comment of the week: on Prism's international reach - The Guardian

Comment of the week: on Prism's international reach - The Guardian | Online Security News | Scoop.it
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Comment of the week: on Prism's international reach
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Where is the outrage over Prism in Australia? In the same place as Australian outrage over Echelon.
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When it comes to BYOD security risks, which VPN is best, IPsec or SSL? - TechTarget

When it comes to BYOD security risks, which VPN is best, IPsec or SSL? - TechTarget | Online Security News | Scoop.it
When it comes to BYOD security risks, which VPN is best, IPsec or SSL?
TechTarget
Over the past several years, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have taken an increasingly critical role in businesses' IT security strategies.
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NSA Project XKeyscore Collects Nearly Everything You Do On The ...

NSA Project XKeyscore Collects Nearly Everything You Do On The ... | Online Security News | Scoop.it
Further leaks have revealed an NSA project called X-Keyscore that, with a few keystrokes, can give a data analyst access to nearly everything a user does on t..
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UAE citizens should learn about online privacy at early age - The National

UAE citizens should learn about online privacy at early age - The National | Online Security News | Scoop.it
UAE citizens should learn about online privacy at early age
The National
The risks involved in social media make one wonder about online privacy. To what extent should people share their inner thoughts with the world?
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Apple Dev Center partially back online, still no details about the hack

Apple Dev Center partially back online, still no details about the hack | Online Security News | Scoop.it
Parts of the Apple Developer Center are back online after a week long outage caused by an unnamed intruder that has (#Apple Dev Center partially back online, still no details about the hack http://t.co/4EW2JfK4iq)...
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Using a VPN to access Netflix: is it legal? | Nicolas Suzor

Many Australians want access to content that is not available in Australia. Some choose to download that content from filesharing networks; others pay for a VPN so that they can pretend to be in the US, in order to pay sites like Netflix for access. I was recently asked whether this was legal. Well, it turns out that the situation is a bit complex. The short answer is that it might technically be an infringement of copyright under Australian law, and there is a small possibility that it might be a crime under Australian law as well. Most of the liability, however, rests with the owner of the foreign content platform (i.e., Netflix), and there is always a risk that if they were sued, they might seek to recover damages from their users. More detail over the fold.

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Online Privacy: How Did We Get Here? | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios

As technology has evolved over the past two centuries, so have our expectations about privacy. This new digital world allows us to connect with each other wi...
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Will the NSA Scandal Change Online Security? - BetaNews

Will the NSA Scandal Change Online Security? - BetaNews | Online Security News | Scoop.it
Edward Snowden's revelations about what data big companies like Facebook, Google or Skype give to the NSA -- and therefore to the US Government -- confirm what many already know: the internet is not a safe place.
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