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Egypt Censors VoIP Services Like WhatsApp And Skype

Egypt is now censoring the VOIP services including WhatsApp and Skype. But you can use the VOIP VPN to access these services to avoid censorship. Egypt is increasing the internet censorship. The country has now blocked the VOIP services. These include WhatsApp, Viber, Skype, Facetime etc. Though security reasons was given as the prime cause

WannaCry Ransomware Cyber-Attack

Virus attack, malware, spyware, adware, etc., are some of the well-known threats in the cyber world. But in the recent times, ransomware is much in debate. This is the deadliest infections of the all. WannaCry ransomware cyber security attack is the most recent one. This badly affected computer networks in more than 150 nations. These

Saudi Arabia wants to censor YouTube

Are you dreaming of an unblocked Youtube in Saudi Arabia? Saudi Arabia Internet censorship is said to be one of the most extensive in the world. Indeed, 18 months after the Internet was introduced in the Kingdom back in 1999, the number of sites that have been banned in the country already reached 200,000. In 2012,

Tools, Technology and Internet Filtering

Internet filtering is good, it can be bad and sometimes it is real ugly. Read on to find out what you need to know, including how to bypass it. Internet Filtering For Dummies Internet filtering, yet another one of those techie buzzwords that sounds like a good thing, but do you really know what it

Thai media censorship is growing

On May 22nd, the Thai army announced on TV to have taken control of the country “in order to restore a normal situation “, due to the talks between the various political movements fail to reach any decision. As from now on, TV will only broadcast information disseminated by the army and foreign channels have

Turkey unblocks Twitter

The Turkish authorities have just decided to stop blocking Twitter, after growing international protests that have occurred since March 20th. On April 3rd, as as announced the Telecommunications Authority (TIB), the Turkish government decided to unblock the microblogging site that had become illegal two weeks before after publications mentioning corruption allegations targeting Prime Minister Recep