American government officials, media, and people in general might be centered around the progressing fight among Apple and the FBI over encryption in the iPhone, however the alleged Crypto Wars are a long way from only a national issue. Continue reading “Crypto wars are “Global””
Anonymous is known for leading digital assaults against treachery however not each operation makes it to the news — There are a few progressing operations which the perusers ought to think about.
There are a few crusades which Anonymous group has been running and are barely ever seen by anybody. Continue reading “10 ongoing anonymous operations one must know”
The internet is a risky place as much as it is a fun place to be. The freedoms allowed in it have been abused by some criminal elements and therefore we are left with no option but to be wary. In law they say ignorance is no defense, in cyber security we say ignorance is the biggest vulnerability. And this is why today we list down some of the biggest risks that will be out there in 2016. Continue reading “Five internet risks to be on the look-out for throughout 2016”
Terrorism is one of the biggest security headaches in our time. Of recent there seems to be a wave of senseless killings of people for one political excuse or the other. Continue reading “What role does the internet play in aiding terrorism?”
As reported by torrentfreak, new research from Florian Adamsky of City University London has demonstrated illegal downloads of movies and software is not the limit to the criminal capabilities of the popular torrent software. His research shows BitTorrent can also be used for cybercrime. Continue reading “BitTorrent software exploit leads to cyber warfare”
According to the WSJ (Wall Street Journal), China and Russia have more solidified their growing and maturing relationship current week via making an online security deal.
As indicated by The Wall Street Journal (WJS), the two nations have promised not to dispatch cyberattacks against one another. They’ve further consented to a trade of technology, as well as of data, (for example, threats on cyber security) among their law enforcement companies. Continue reading “What Does Russia and China ‘No Hack’ Agreement Mean For America?”
There are growing concerns as to how Charlie Hebdo attacks in France are going to affect Internet surveillance in the country and the world. Rumors dictate that stricter legislation is bound to apply against terrorism.
The wound has not yet healed after the recent tragedy at Charlie Hebdo magazine, with the word about terrorism spreading. There is an alarmingly increasing fear that the incident with the shootings in France is not the end at this war against freedom of speech. However, there is another issue at stake; freedom of speech is not only jeopardized by those who react violently and try to erase any opinion not matching their own beliefs. On the contrary, there is another imminent danger that we should be aware of and this is the danger of lack of Internet freedom. Continue reading “Internet Surveillance Concerns that Got Raised by Charlie Hebdo Attacks”