PirateBrowser announced to have reached 1 million downloads

For its 10th anniversary, The Pirate Bay, torrent most contested p2p site offered a new web browser meant to bypass censorship in some countries. The download PirateBrowser page refers to countries such as Iran, the United Kingdom, Belgium and Italy. The tool is based on Tor, Firefox Portable Edition and Foxy Proxy is used to

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PureVPN hacked, compromising its VPN clients’ personal data

PureVPN, one of the VPN providers, went through a severe hacking attack on October 4th. Cybercriminals breached into PureVPN content management system WHMCS, where all the clients’ information are stored. This actually happened during the WHMCS system upgrade, at a time offering some a vulnerability hole in the accounts of some clients who did not

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French mobile users even more affected by cybercrime

While mobile cybercrime keeps on rising, smartphones owners are not careful enough. 41 % of the French smartphone users have been a victim of cybercrime in the past twelve months, compared to only 29% in Europe and 38 % worldwide, according to a Symantec study. While the French are more affected by mobile cybercrime than

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Google knows all the Wi-Fi passwords on your Android device

On the Internet, the security of your data and passwords is a sensitive point. A journalist just revealed that Google would keep track of all your access codes to Wi-Fi networks used with any of its devices. This information will not improve the tense situation between Google and some users who criticize the fact that

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California passed a law to erase one’s digital past

In California, a new law will enable teenagers to remove embarrassing photos or comments they have posted from their personal pages on social networks. California really wants to save the reputation of its e- teens with this called “the gum law” that has been enacted by the Governor of California and will come into force

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Responsibility transfer from Hadopi to CSA to happen soon

In France, the center of the High Authority for the dissemination of works and protection of rights on the Internet (Hadopi) still creates much controversy. According to two newspapers Les Echos and Liberation, the Superior Audiovisual Council (CSA) could take over the responsibilities of the Hadopi, ahead even of a large audiovisual law which should

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UK blocks 2 new p2p sites

Two new p2p sites will be closed, due to a British court decision: two Torrents links, EZTV and YIFY-Torrents should soon be blocked by the major ISPs in the country. The High Court of Justice has decided to order the six major UK ISPs including Sky, BT, Virgin Media, O2, Everything Everywhere and TalkTalk to

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According to UN, "cyber war is declared"

According to the United Nations (UN), the war on the Internet has now become a reality. The UN has urged the international community to further cooperate for a better track down of cybercriminals. The war on the Internet has actually started, as mentioned by the UN members, at an international conference that brought together technology

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Microsoft and the FBI to assault the Citadel networks

Microsoft and the FBI are assaulting the Citadel networks. Microsoft and the FBI have launched a specific attack against botnets, those networks of zombie computers infected with malware, without their users knowing about it. With the support of more than 80 countries, they thus have launched a strong offensive against one of the largest cybercrime

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Discover Le VPN Premium, Le VPN new offer

Le VPN team is pleased to announce the launch of Le VPN Premium, a new product with additional features that have not been previously available in the versions of Le VPN Pro and Le VPN Ultimate. Discover its key advantages: Servers in 12 countries  With Le VPN you can choose to base your IP address in one

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