Privacy Concerns Raised Over Stingray Use by San Jose Police

Security consultant Mike Katz-Lacabe recently filed a request for records related to Stingray technology, which mimics a cellphone tower and exposes data from smartphones, used by the San Jose Police Department in a case. A Public Records Act request was made for a copy of non-disclosure agreement between the FBI, Harris Corporation (the manufacturer), and Read More

Getflix Review

There are a couple of options people can use to access streaming services without limits. Proxy, VPN and DNS services are the most popular tools that can bypass geographic restrictions. But while each of these tools are extremely useful, one tool is more supreme when it comes to unlocking blocked content. So, if you are Read More

TrickByte DNS Review

In general, VPN is used to trick the Internet into believing that VPN users are in certain locations even if they’re not really physically there. Technically, using VPN should allow anyone anywhere in the world to access popular streams like Netflix and Hulu without encountering an error message stating the “content is not available” in Read More

Home Depot Arrests

Two Men Arrested in Texas Over Home Depot Breach

Two men have been arrested in Houston, Texas suspected of being behind the Home Depot breach that affected over 50 million customers. Antoine Christopher Lee (22) and Stephen Jarramayne Parker (24) were arrested in Patton Village, outside Houston, on October 11, after a police traffic stop pulled them over for speeding 10mph over the limit. Read More

PlaymoTV Review

The common assumption about VPN and DNS solutions is that they are tools primarily used to infringe intellectual properties. One way or another, there will be users that are going to use anonymizing tools for illegal purposes. But generally, VPN and DNS users’ main agenda in using such tools is to be able to freely Read More

ProxyDNS Review

It would appear that unrestricted web browsing and streaming activities are no longer possible these days. Realistically speaking, web access is no longer as ‘free’ as it was years ago. Content available to the public is already highly regulated due to issues involving piracy and copyright. As a result, the promised world wide web browsing Read More

SmarterDNS Review

It seems that most VPN service providers are already developing their own DNS services. Adding to the list of VPNs that offer both VPN and DNS solutions is with its very own DNS offering, SmarterDNS. Smart DNS services are becoming more popular these days as VPN alone cannot provide access to geo-restricted websites already. Read More

ibDNS Review

ibDNS is a Smart DNS solution offered by ibVPN, a highly-recommended VPN service that provides affordable VPN access. VPN is technically a good way of bypassing Internet restrictions and censorship. Streaming media, however, have caught up to the trend of using VPN to access content even if the user is outside their geographic operations. Apparently, Read More

StrongDNS Review

When it comes to providing better speeds and the ability of accessing geo-restricted websites, Smart DNS services triumphs over VPN. StrongVPN is one of the top VPN companies that also offer its own DNS services. Dubbed as StrongDNS (, the company that brought StrongVPN now aims to help subscribers bypass geo-restricted stream media such as Read More

Unlocator Smart DNS Review

You can gain access to restricted content around the world with a Smart DNS service, which will let you access sites such as Netflix, Hulu, BBC and other geo-restricted streaming services. One company that claims to offer superb Smart DNS connections is Unlocator, which is a Smart DNS service run by Linkwork Aps, an IT Read More


Woman Suing San Diego Hospital Over Data Breach

A woman in San Diego is taking a children’s hospital to court over a data breach that saw details of her young daughter sent out to unauthorized individuals. The woman, who is maintaining anonymity for herself and her daughter, is suing the Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, according to local news outlet ABC 10 Read More

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Australia Boosting Spying & Data Collection

New anti-terrorism measures were recently announced by the Australian government, after the alleged involvement of Australian extremist groups and citizens in countries like Syria and Iraq. The focus has been on two Sydney men who fought beside terrorists in the two countries. Arrest warrants were issued for Mohamed Elomar and Khaled Sharrouf who posted violent Read More

Tim Cook: “There is no backdoor, the government doesn’t have access”

This week, Tim Cook went on ABC News to declare that the NSA and its associated departments have not been able to install a backdoor on any of their servers, located both on and off the campus of the gadget generating giant. After tasking his engineers to the case of finding out exactly how the Read More