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Apple’s China stance makes for strange political alliances, as AOC and Ted Cruz slam the company

In a rare instance of bipartisanship overcoming the rancorous discord that’s been the hallmark of the U.S. Congress, senators and sepresentatives issued a scathing rebuke to Apple for its decision to take down an app at the request of the Chinese government. Signed by Senators Ron Wyden, Tom Cotton, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Congressional Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Mike Gallagher and Tom Malinowski, the letter was written to “express… strong concern about Apple’s censorship...
Tags: TC, Apple, China, E-commerce, Firewall, Hong Kong, iOS, iTunes, Marco Rubio, National Basketball Association, Ron Wyden, Ted Cruz, Tom Cotton

Google Ejects Open-Source WireGuard From Play Store Over Donation Links

Google appears to be removing apps that have donation links, including open-source apps where donations are one of the main sources of revenue. WireGuard, a free and open-source VPN, has been reportedly dropped over this according to WireGuard lead developer Jason Donenfeld. Phoronix reports: After waiting days for Google to review the latest version of their secure VPN tunnel application, it was approved and then removed and delisted -- including older versions of WireGuard. The reversal comes ...
Tags: Google, Tech, Vpn, Jason, Jason Donenfeld Phoronix, Google Donenfeld

3 VPN options that will help you stay protected in 2019 and beyond

Remember when the default state of your online presence was anonymity? That's not so clear-cut anymore, and the worst part is you may not even know who is using your data or what they're using it for. Small wonder that so many people are choosing to surf through virtual private networks. VPNs filter web access through international servers to make sure your private identity stays private, and that just the beginning of their benefits. Looking to try out a service? Here are three top options that...
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VPN Usage For Geospecific Marketing

Marketing has over the years relied more and more on segmentation. This discipline involves putting individuals into different groups of similarities, and then marketing towards the specific group. In theory, this type of marketing ought to yield more sales, as the content is more specifically designed for the consumer. But how can a marketer today build the content and the strategy around these groups when the market they are aiming at are based on geographical location? While a digital market...
Tags: Google, Startups, Marketing, Vpn, Online Marketing, Others, Geospecific Marketing, Geospecific Marketing Works Geospecific

AS HEARD ON – The Jim Polito Show – WTAG 580 AM: Lying to the Bank and others, Future communication you’re phone may no longer be needed and more

Good morning, everybody. I was on with Mr. Jim Polito this morning.  I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I’ve started kind of a soft launch. So this is kind of hush-hush. I have been wanting to try this for a while, start doing some live streaming over on Facebook, because a lot of people who are the de-facto IT people for businesses use this platform. You know, who you are — you’re interested in computers and you’re kind of the operations person. Now you find yourself elected to be the computer...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Podcast, Elon Musk, Yahoo, Nigeria, US, Bank Of America, Sem, Fbi, Bank, Vpn, Levi, Craig

TunnelBear for Mac 3.9.2

VPN software that protects your privacy.
Tags: Mac, Software, Vpn

5 Totally Free VPN Services to Protect Your Privacy

While free boundless VPN for Windows are tricks, there are various constrained information free VPNs that truly don’t cost anything. This article records the best. In any case, free VPNs regularly don’t stay until the end of time. At times beforehand free contributions change to a membership model. Some change to a freemium mode. Also, some appear to effectively bargain your security. However, are there any free VPNs that will at the same time ensure your security in a solid manner? Tota...
Tags: Europe, UK, Singapore, US, Seo, Tech News, Netflix, Canada, United States, Malaysia, Netherlands, Vpn, AES, VPN services, 5 Free VPN, Protect Your Privacy

Use sshuttle to build a poor man's VPN

Nowadays, business networks often use a VPN (virtual private network) for secure communications with workers. However, the protocols used can sometimes make performance slow. If you can reach reach a host on the remote network with SSH, you could set up port forwarding. But this can be painful, especially if you need to work with […] Enter sshuttle — which lets you set up a quick and dirty VPN with just SSH access.
Tags: Linux, Vpn, Ssh

Popular VPNs Are Vulnerable To Exploit

Popular VPNs Are Vulnerable To Exploit   Out of all the topics that my listeners inquire about, none is more prevalent than VPNs and VPN security. Unlike what the advertisements seem to indicate (like Norton VPN advertisements you’ve heard on the radio), a VPN is not going to help you keep your ne...
Tags: Security, Home, Business, Technology, Networking, Privacy, Government, Nsa, Sem, Malware, Encryption, Exploit, Cybercrime, Palo Alto, Hacking, Hackers

How to Keep Your Financial Information Secure

What are you doing to keep your financial information secure? The Information Age has streamlined much of modern life. But it’s also exposed us all to the risk of security breaches. It’s not just the fraudulent use of our accounts anymore. The frequent and casual passing of information that we do every day exposes us all to identity theft, the loss of privacy, and the loss of important data. Fortunately, there are simple, commonsense steps you can take to keep your financial information secure. ...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Paypal, Vpn, Identity Theft

Top Job Positions That Need to Be Aware of Cybersecurity Threats

Over the last few years, cybersecurity has undoubtedly become a major consideration for both businesses and individual web users alike. This is hardly surprising considering the number of data breaches to have occurred in recent times – resulting in a countless amount of sensitive information ending up in the wrong hands. Taking this into account, it’s important to protect yourself from the plethora of  online risks out there. If you fail to do so, you or your business might well become a vict...
Tags: Careers, Emergency planning, Vpn

Flaw in Cyberoam firewalls exposed corporate networks to hackers

Sophos said it is fixing a vulnerability in its Cyberoam firewall appliances, which a security researcher says can allow an attacker to gain access to a company’s internal network without needing a password. The vulnerability allows an attacker to remotely gain “root” permissions on a vulnerable device, giving them the highest level of access, by sending malicious commands across the internet. The attack takes advantage of the web-based operating system that sits on top of the Cyberoam firewa...
Tags: Security, Uber, Enterprise, Tech, Search Engines, Vulnerability, Computing, Homeland Security, Vpn, Firewall, Sophos, Operating System, Computer Security, Fortinet

3 Security Tools Bloggers Should Use When Traveling

Traveling is a breathtaking activity for the majority of people. What can be better than gathering all the favorite outfits on the eve of a trip to the destination from your must-visit list? Probably, for this reason, people consider blogging a dream job as, indeed, they travel a lot all over the world. But traveling foresees not only experiencing unforgettable emotions. Some threats can endanger every foreign citizen abroad. How to Avoid Problems Abroad? To be sure that everything will go smoo...
Tags: Blogging, Vpn, Blogging Basics

Apple pulls HKmap from App Store, the day after Chinese state media criticized its “unwise and reckless decision” to approve it

Less than a day after Apple was criticized by Chinese state media for allowing HKmap in the App Store, the crowdsourced map app said it had been delisted. Its removal comes less than a week after Apple reversed its initial decision to reject the app, which provides information about the location of pro-democracy demonstrations, street closures and police activity (its website is still available). After Apple allowed HKmap into the App Store, an article in the China Daily, a newspaper owned by...
Tags: Apple, TC, Apps, Hong Kong, China, Tech, Taiwan, Amnesty International, Vpn, App Store, China Daily, Communist Party of China, Hong Kong Police Force, App Store Review Guideline, Hkmap, HKmaps

VPN Usage For Geospecific Marketing

Marketing has over the years relied more and more on segmentation. This discipline involves putting individuals into different groups of similarities, and then marketing towards the specific group. In theory, this type of marketing ought to yield more sales, as the content is more specifically designed for the consumer. But how can a marketer today build the content and the strategy around these groups when the market they are aiming at are based on geographical location? While a digital market...
Tags: Google, Startups, Marketing, Vpn, Online Marketing, Others, Geospecific Marketing, Geospecific Marketing Works Geospecific

Firewalla Blue: Smart Cyber Security Firewall Appliance Firewalla is an all-in-one, simple, and powerful firewall that connects to your router, protects your devices from cyberattacks, and provides you with rich insights about your network. It is an advanced solution to safeguard your personal data, monitor and control your kids’ Internet usage, and block unwanted ads. Thanks to its built-in VPN server, it will continue protecting you from cyberthreats even when you are on the road. No Monthly Fee > 500 Mb Packet Processing Power ...
Tags: Reviews, Seo, Computers, Home Automation, Vpn, Chris Voss, Google Search Youtube Bing, Firewalla

Even VPN encryption has its limits

VPNs are perfect for protecting people on public Wi-Fi from the other folks that are on that Wi-Fi. But they do not provide end-to-end encryption. Other topics this week: Windows 10 compatibility and Malwarebytes premium. Patrick Marshall answers your personal technology questions each week.
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Vpn, Patrick Marshall

'What are network settings on an iPhone?': A guide to your iPhone's network settings, and how to reset them

Network settings on an iPhone are the options that control how your iPhone connects to Wi-Fi, and to your cellular network. Sometimes, these settings can be misconfigured, and your iPhone will have trouble connecting to Wi-Fi or mobile data. Resetting an iPhone's Network Settings should allow it to properly connect to the internet. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. There's nothing more frustrating than not being able to use your iPhone for what it was built to do, like scrol...
Tags: Trends, Vpn, Jeff Bezos, Apn, Tap Reset Network Settings

He Never Intended To Become A Political Dissident, But Then He Started Beating Up Tai Chi Masters

On a recent Thursday evening in August, a 40-year-old MMA gym owner in Beijing named Xu Xiaodong activated his VPN, hopped over the Chinese government’s internet firewall, and began his first-ever live YouTube broadcast. He wanted to talk about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, in which hundreds of thousands of…
Tags: Hong Kong, Science, China, Tai Chi, Beijing, Vpn, MMA, Fl, TLDR, Xu Xiaodong

Firefox Private Network: Free Browser-Based VPN Encryption During Beta

If you’re like me, you take advantage of all the free WiFi you can get to avoid having to pay too much for a big cellular data plan. Coffee shops, airports, libraries, hotels, conference centers, etc. The problem is that (as Mozilla puts it) if a “Wi-Fi connection is free and open to you, it’s also free and open to hackers”. The solution to this problem is to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) that acts like a secure “tunnel” between you and the service you are reaching. The VPN tunnel k...
Tags: Firefox, Marketing, Netflix, United States, Mozilla, Vpn, Europe Asia, PIA, Deals & Offers, Firefox Private Network, Comcast Spectrum AT T Verizon

7 Tips for Entrepreneurs Before Selecting VPN Service

The Internet is something you need to succeed in any business world today. From banking, shopping, connecting, etc.we are constantly using it daily and it has turned to such a normal thing to do. Continue Reading
Tags: Seo, Vpn, Web Marketing, VPN Service, VPN services, Vpn For Seo

4 Ways VPN Can Benefit Your SEO Strategy

Using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) can improve your SEO strategy by keeping your data secure and grant you access to organic search engine results pages (SERP) ranking from around the world. Continue Reading
Tags: Seo, Vpn, Seo Strategy, Vpn For Seo, Ways VPN

Best VPN for China 2019 (that still works despite the ban)

Update June 2019: As you may know, China spent a good portion of last year cracking down on VPN usage throughout the country and even threatened to ban all non-state sanctioned VPNs. Obviously, that hasn’t happened (expats are still using VPNs today). So what’s the deal? Do the best VPNs for China still work? As an expat who has spent over a decade in China, I’d like to offer my thoughts and recommendations. Sadly this website, like many others, has been blocked in China since 2009 un...
Tags: Travel, Internet Access, Tips, Vpn, ExpressVPN, Internet Censorship, Nordvpn, Censorship In China

Senator: US govt staff may be sending their smartphone web traffic 'wrapped in a bow' to Russia, China via VPNs

No policy to stop use of dodgy foreign network providers. You'd hope common sense would prevail, but... US government workers may be placing America's national security at risk as there is no official policy banning them from running their smartphones' personal and official internet traffic through untrustworthy foreign-hosted VPN services.…
Tags: US, America, Software, Vpn, Russia China

Do iPhone “Security” Apps Actually Do Anything?

ymgerman/Shutterstock Apple won’t allow “antivirus” apps in the App Store, but there are many “security” apps available. For example, Norton Mobile Security costs $14.99 per year, and Lookout Premium costs $29.99 per year. But do these apps actually do anything? You don’t need an antivirus app for your iPhone. You won’t find any in the App Store. So what do these “security” apps do? Are they useful, and how exactly are they protecting you? Is Norton Mobile Security Any Good? Let’s take a...
Tags: Crafts, Vpn, Norton, Norton Mobile Security, Norton Secure VPN

The Dangers Of Chinese Controlled Data

Opinion The Dangers Of Chinese Controlled Data U.S.A. –-( As American gun owners well know, attacks on our freedoms come in many forms, so it is good to stay updated on emerging threats. Internet freedom is something that most Americans take for granted. We assume everyone around the globe can access any site they want to read, but that isn't the case in countries like China. This restriction could one day directly affect your access to freedom life websites like AmmoLand News....
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, Sweden, Guns, US Government, China, Nokia, US, Vodafone, Darpa, Finland, Vpn, Freedom Of Speech

Gun Nuts Guide To Privacy & Safety: Encryption, Virus & Spyware Protection – Part 3

Opinion Firefox Private Mode U.S.A. –-( part 2 of AmmoLand's guide to Privacy, we took a look at VPNs, DNS servers, and password managers. In this part of the guide we will be discussing how to protect your privacy on your computer and your internet-enabled devices. Although these techniques will not keep you totally safe, they do go a long way in protecting your privacy. What most people do not know is that every time you go to a website your device downloads all text and pi...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Europe, Guns, Microsoft, Israel, US, Ransomware, Kaspersky, Vpn, John, Nra, Northern Virginia, McAfee, John Crump, Bitdefender

9 simple ways to protect your data that don't take much time, but could have huge security benefits

We give a lot of our data to companies like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft. But we don't always know how well that data is protected. Data breaches like Collection #1 or attacks like the T-Mobile hack happen way too frequently. And companies like Facebook have been criticized for uploading user data without permission. You can't stop a company from getting hacked, but you can limit how much information you share. Here are some simple ways you can maintain your privacy online. Visit Business In...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, Trends, Vpn, Wall Street Journal, Digital Life, Facebook Google, Firefox Focus, Cambridge Analytica Facebook, Norton Lifelock

How to Find Your Local and External IP Address

Your device’s IP address is a critical piece of information that you probably don’t think about very much. You’ll occasionally need it for some network-related setups (if you’re trying to punch a hole in your network to access the contents of your NAS box, run a web server, or connect to your home-grown VPN, to name a…Read more...
Tags: Ios, Android, Networking, Mac, Windows, Nas, Vpn, Lifehacks, Ip Address

13 Security Tips for Your Android Phone

You most likely use your phone much more than you use any other device, and it’s probably loaded with your personal information. With this in mind, security should be at the top of your priority list. We want you to keep your Android device secure, and this is why we’ve rounded up some of the easiest and best security tips available. You may want to consider applying them to your phone right now! Only Install Apps from Google Play Did you know that there are dozens of unauthorized apps availa...
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