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What's a Best VPN for Torrenting in 2017? The Big VPN Comparison Chart When it comes to choosing a Virtual Private Network or VPN as it is commonly known, many users find it hard to determine which one is best for them. To help solve your problems, a reddit user ThatOnePrivacyGuy created a VPN comparison spreadsheet of 125 large VPN providers on the web. This VPN comparison is also published on Lifehacker, PC Tech Magazine, Gizmodo and other websites WhatsApp’s Encrypted Messages Are not That Safe Security researchers revealed a security backdoor within WhatsApp messaging service, which can be used to snoop on encrypted dialogs. WhatsApp’s parent company, Facebook, claims that nobody can intercept these messages, not even the company and its staff. However, according to recent research, Browsers and Add-ons May Leak Your Personal Details It turned out that a number of web browsers, including Google’s Chrome, Apple’s Safari, Opera, as well as browser plugins and utilities like LastPass can leak your private information through hidden text boxes due to autofill feature, which might be inadvertently giving away your data to phishers. Will You Get in Trouble for Using “Pirate” Kodi Box? Almost certainly not, according to an intellectual property lawyer. You might have heard that the legality of so-called “fully-loaded” Kodi boxes has become a hot topic recently. In the meantime, New Software to Track Torrents NewTrackon is a new website out there able to index BitTorrent trackers and check them to make sure they are working for you New Service to Track BitTorrent Downloads Online It is not a secret that BitTorrent is not anonymous, but few of file-sharers would expect to see the list of their recent downloads publicly available. This is what new website “I Know What You Download” does. UK Is Urged to Enhance Online Security after Tesco Bank Hack The head of the Treasure select committee believes that the current vulnerabilities and accountability must be addressed after Tesco Bank hacking in order to protect the financial industry from cyber attacks Nigerian National Wanted for Hacking Los Angeles County Kelvin Onaghinor, 37, is charged with a hack of Los Angeles County emails. The breach potentially exposed personal information from over 750,000 people. The Nigerian man faces 9 counts, Twitter Blocked US Government from Spying on Users Twitter won’t allow “domestic spy centers” to use a social media monitoring tool. This move followed public records which revealed that the US government had special access to users’ data Billion Yahoo Accounts Compromised The company officially announced the discovery of another major cyber attack: more than 1bn user accounts were compromised three years ago in the largest breach of this type ever.
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