XKeyscore, the NSA’s new revealed anti-cybercrime software

The Guardian has revealed a new global program for monitoring Internet implemented by the U.S. National security Agency NSA called XKeyscore: it would thus raise a large amount of information on the internet, without prior authorization. XKeyscore is one of the many spying internet tools set up by the United States. It is distinct and

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7 simple tips to avoid cybercrime

Cybercrime does not only affect others. Be careful and you will be protected from hackers and other malpractice from the specialists of Internet identity theft. We offer you below 7 simple tips to prevent being the next victim of cybercriminals. 1. Do not let your passwords be accessible to others: do not write your passwords

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Google is to launch an automatic censorship software

Google is working on a new software which can enable us to validate automatically the legality of the content of an email before sending it. Google has filed a patent that makes many internet users to be concerned: it is a software called Policy Violation Checker, which scans e-mails at the time they are being

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The Great Firewall of China

Did you know that the Great Firewall of China exists? As the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Shanghai is taking place from April 12th to 14th, Reporters Without Borders urges the Chinese authorities to accept freedom of expression and stop censorship. China is actually ranked 173rd out of 179 countries in the world ranking of

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A summit on cyber-security soon to be held between U.S. and China?

We heard that a summit on cyber-security soon to be held between U.S. and China. For several years, the United States and China have been accusing each other of launching cyber-attacks on IT companies, both private and public ones. Tom Donilon, the national security adviser of Barack Obama recently stated that Beijing should “take serious steps

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A trojan helping totalitarian regimes

Martin Muench develops spyware for computers and mobile phones. His programs include the digital memory and search in the Internet business of victims through a trojan horse called Finspy. Martin Muench – a German autodidact of 31 years old – is proud of his product he recently presented  to German journalists, for the first time.

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