China Sends Internet Police into Tech Companies

by Paul Davies, August 20, 2015

Tech companies operating in China may soon have some new colleagues: the police. The Chinese government is planning to send Internet Police into Tech Firms in an effort to stop fraud and what has been described as the “spreading of rumours,” Chinese state-run media has reported. What is the Aim? … Continue reading

Russia Blocks Reddit

by Paul Davies, August 20, 2015

  Russia Blocks Reddit Russia Blocks Reddit, Reddit, known as ‘the front page of the internet’, it is a place where millions of users share thousands of news stories, internet memes and tips and advice every day and a whole range of topics. Reddit Ban However, one post on the … Continue reading

Is It a Bird? Is It a Plane? No, it’s a Hacker Drone – Aimed at You!

by Paul Davies, July 27, 2015

If it wasn’t enough that hackers are able to target your online information from any unsecured network to which they can gain access, it has now come to light that hacker drones are on their way, offering a new method of gaining access to your device. According to recent reports, … Continue reading

Is Flash Going Out With a Bang?

by Paul Davies, July 16, 2015

Not one, not two, but we’re now up to three zero-day vulnerabilities that have been discovered in Flash software this week. Which begs the question, can Flash ever shine brightly again? Adobe’s Flash Player has long been considered an institution in IT software. And for many of us, it is … Continue reading

Could Passwords Become a Thing of the Past?

by Paul Davies, July 8, 2015

Here at EasyHide-VPN, we have always emphasized the need for high quality, original passwords to maximize online security. But now it seems Medium.com may be going one step further and getting rid of passwords altogether. The Risk Behind Passwords The key to any online security method is to ensure maximum … Continue reading

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