Le VPN is the best VPN provider for France, according to VPN Maps

Le VPN is the best VPN provider for France, according to VPN Maps. VPN Maps is a new website that enables you to easily compare VPN services to find the one that suits you best. It ranks different VPN providers based a=on many different criteria and in its latest review VPN Maps announced that Le VPN is the best French

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A double security system planned to connect to Twitter

Twitter has decided to take drastic measures to enhance the security and confidentiality of its users’ accounts following the piracy acts on the Associated Press Twitter Account which happened on Tuesday, April 23rd. The social network is currently working on a new identification system in two stages. To access the platform, the user must have

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Number of cybercrime cases significantly increased in Switzerland

In 2012, the National Coordination of the fight against Internet crime (SCOCI) in Switzerland received 8,241 complaints last year, which represents of increase of 55% compared to 2011. And for the first time, cases involving economic crimes exceeded those related to illegal pornography. This boom can be explained by the high profile of some business related to

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What Internet knows about you

You cannot imagine how our digital lives can be scanned: all what is published on the Internet and in particular on social networks (photos, videos, comments, etc..) is recorded, absorbed by search engines, stored then spring when a user makes query. When you know HR managers often check online profile of potential candidates, it’s probably

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Ransonmware: a fake police gang dismantled by Europol

Europol, European union police, has announced the dismantling of a gang of criminals. Its members are accused of having infected hundreds of thousands of computers via a ransonmware, i.e. such type of malicious program that locks the user’s files in exchange for the payment of a ransom. For payment, criminals do pose as police officers.

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Already 170 Belgian websites hacked in 1 month of 2013

Hacking is often a booming activity, every year in January. In Belgium, no less than 170 websites have already been hacked since January 1st 2013, as revealed by Belsec, a blog specialized in Internet security. The site Gezinsbond which represents the league for Flemish families, is on the list of the victims. “We took the

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Cybercrime keeps on rising in UAE

The UAE, ranked as one of the most highly spammed countries worldwide for the last 2 years will continue to be a target for cybercrime attacks for businesses and individuals in 2013, according to Symantec security company. The UAE experienced a spam rate of 73 % in 2011, and over the past six months, it

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Stay anonymous on the Internet

Every day, millions of people connect to Facebook and Twitter, do shopping online or comment on articles on news websites and want to stay anonymous. These activities became quite common but leave traces and the user does not always measure the consequences of this: some personal information, such as the age, address and shopping habits are

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A small city in Romania is the world capital for Internet scam

Several months ago, Ramnicu Valcea, a small town of 100,000 people in Romania became the world capital for cybercrime. Hackers specialized in scamming naive Internet customers do make a stand to the police, all over the world. Located in the center of Romania, at the foot of the Carpathians, Ramnicu Valcea took the nickname of

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Dangers of public Wi-Fi access

There are various dangers of public wi-fi access. Maybe you have seen in the media stories of some people whose personal data have been misused on the Internet: their life have been destroyed by some malicious people using their data on Facebook or other social networks. A TV show by French TV network France 2

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