Google’s Allo app can reveal to your friends what you’ve searched

Post By in Privacy on Oct 22, 2017

Google’s mobile messaging app Allo can reveal your Google search history to people you message, which could have big privacy implications. The behavior appears to be a glitch. more

How To Protect Your Privacy On Linux

Post By in Linux, Privacy on Oct 21, 2017

1. Don’t be complacent because you’re running Linux! It’s easy to have a false sense of security, thinking that other operating system might be more targeted than Linux, more

VPN Review

Post By in Privacy on Oct 19, 2017

Online privacy is a major concern for many internet users in the U.S and  explains how to find the best VPN in order to avoid appearing on the radar more

Apache 2.4.24 problem

Post By in Blog, General on Jul 04, 2017

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A lawyer rewrote Instagram’s privacy policy

Post By in Privacy on Apr 02, 2017

In Britain, more than half of 12- to 15-year-olds are on Instagram, according to OfCom (pdf), the country’s communications regulator. So are 43% of 8- to 11-year-olds. But more

Do you need a strong password?

Post By in Blog, General on Mar 22, 2017

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Majority of Android VPNs can’t be trusted to make users more secure

Post By in Privacy on Mar 11, 2017

Study of nearly 300 apps finds shocking omissions, including a failure to encrypt. Over the past half-decade, a growing number of ordinary people have come to regard virtual more

15 Privacy Tips to Protect Your Online Life

Post By in Privacy on Mar 11, 2017

With the internet becoming a popularly growing resource, not just for fun and leisure activities but also for learning and being aware of important things, it’s becoming harder more

EFF: “We’re Halfway to Encrypting the Entire Web”

Post By in Privacy on Feb 27, 2017

The movement to encrypt the web has reached a milestone. As of earlier this month, approximately half of Internet traffic is now protected by HTTPS. In other words, more

List of Sites possibly affected by Cloudflare’s #Cloudbleed HTTPS Traffic Leak

Post By in Privacy, Security on Feb 27, 2017

This is a (work-in-progress) list of domains possibly affected by the CloudBleed HTTPS traffic leak. Original vuln thread by Google Project Zero. DISCLAIMER: This list contains all domains more