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MokaFive launches app to secure iPads and iPhones for work

Using a VPN to protect your web use

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Dave Null is looking for a good free VPN (virtual private network) to ensure his privacy while using open Wi-Fi hotspotsLots of us surf using unsecured Wi-Fi networks, and where I live in the US, Starbucks doesn't require a pass code and the Wi-Fi is up 24/7 regardless of whether...
Using a VPN to protect your web use

Braintree Extends Merchant Payments To Mobile Apps

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Braintree, an online payments provider, is debuting a set of new tools for mobile app developers that allow merchants to accept payments within a mobile app, rather than through a web browser. For background, Braintree powers and automates online payments for merchants and companies online. The company provides a merchant...
Braintree Extends Merchant Payments To Mobile Apps

New Darknet Wants To Match-Up Cypherpunks In Crypto Utopia

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Earlier this year French entrepreneur Ramine Darabiha called for a cypherpunk revival. Looks like he might be getting his wish. Cryptosphere is a new darknet now under development. A darknet is a private and/or anonymous network, sometimes using the public internet for connectivity. Silk Road, a marketplace for illegal drugs,...
New Darknet Wants To Match-Up Cypherpunks In Crypto Utopia
DirecTV blocking HBO over older, non-HDCP HDMI connections

Fifth-generation Wi-Fi is coming: Are you ready for 802.11ac?

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If your business has kept pace with changes in wireless networking, you've deployed dual-band routers and client adapters that can stream encrypted data over the airwaves at speeds greater than 100 megabits per second at relatively close range....
Fifth-generation Wi-Fi is coming: Are you ready for 802.11ac?
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Tor anonymity project looks to help Iranians sidestep Net ban

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Tor's "obfsproxy" technology would make encrypted data look innocuous and let it dodge government censors. That could help citizens in Iran reach blocked sites as antigovernment protests reportedly loom....
Tor anonymity project looks to help Iranians sidestep Net ban

VPNs reportedly blocked in Iran, with yet another crackdown on Internet access

thenextweb.com
Last week, Iran’s Internet usage saw several interruptions. On the eve of the anniversary of Iran’s 1979 revolution, Google and all SSL sites were blocked in Iran. A couple of days later, Google confirmed that Gmail and YouTube had, in fact, been blocked in the country. Restored after a four day...
VPNs reportedly blocked in Iran, with yet another crackdown on Internet access

At Defcon, Hackers Show How To Bypass Android Encryption

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If you lose your Android phone, your data could find its way into the wrong hands, even if you have encryption turned on. A pair of security researchers have found an easy way past the encryption on many Android phones. The method isn’t a flaw in the Linux-based encryption system...
At Defcon, Hackers Show How To Bypass Android Encryption

Week in Apple: updates, updates, updates galore!

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This week's top Apple news was all about software. OS X received an update, as did iOS and Safari for the desktop. We covered all that, plus a discussion sparked by our forums about the future of the Mac, Foxconn's intent to improve factory conditions, the new Google+ app for...
Week in Apple: updates, updates, updates galore!
Vaultive keeps your data safe in the cloud, raises $10M
Valve says Steam hacker probably has data from old transactions

Kelihos/Hlux botnet returns with new techniques

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It has been four months since Microsoft and Kaspersky Lab announced the disruption of Kelihos/Hlux botnet. The sinkholing method that was used has its advantages - it is possible to disable a botnet rather quickly without taking control over the infrastructure.However,as this particular case showed, it is not very effective...
Kelihos/Hlux botnet returns with new techniques
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