Call of Duty

Xbox Underground Hackers Charged

Four men belonging to an international ring ‘Xbox Underground’ have been charged with hacking into the computer networks of the US Army, Microsoft Corp, and several game manufacturers. According to the Department of Justice, the alleged hacking attempt netted over $100 million in intellectual property rights. The hackers allegedly stole the Apache helicopter training software, Read More

Feds Close in on Monitoring Airborne Wi-Fi Communications

According to Wired, news has surfaced that the popular in-air Wi-Fi services available to passengers on airlines such as Southwest and United may not be as secure as previously thought. Due to the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, or CAELA for short, many of the providers responsible for offering these conveniences have been openly Read More

NSA Infiltrates World of Warcraft and Xbox Live in Search of Terrorists

Okay now it’s just getting goofy. Not content with the ability to read our emails, listen to our phone calls, track our internet traffic, the NSA has officially cracked the online continent of Azeroth with their own Horde of undercover Mages, Warlocks, and virtual Warriors. According to documents released by the New York Times, ProPublica, Read More

Sony Changes TOS for PS4 on Launch Day, Records User Info

Although the majority of our stories here at VPNCreative revolve around keeping you safe on your desktop, laptops, tablets and phones, they aren’t the only devices you need to lock down in these trying and uncertain times of modern mass surveillance. Just hours after launching the PS4 to millions of eager customers worldwide, Sony has Read More