2009 Security threat report

Posted on December 18, 2008 in Security

In the last couple of years Internet had become a battle field and the target for cyber criminals. These have passed from e-mails attacks to exploiting low secured websites by injecting them with malicious code. In this way, every user visiting the specific webpage gets a nice infection on his computer. Accordingly to the Sophos […]

IP Hider 4.0 – coming soon

Posted on December 12, 2008 in IP Hider

A new version of our hide IP software, IP Hider will be released starting with next year.  The most important feature enhanced in the new IP Hider version is the smart mode (easy mode). This mode has a map with all countries and the countries where proxies are available are nice colored. This is very […]

Christmas Discount: 20% for IP Hider!

Posted on December 9, 2008 in Misc

Interested about protecting your online identity? Then now is the moment to check on our IP Hider solution. Until Christmas, you can purchase our software with a 20% discount from its current price. Mask your real IP and browse without ever worrying that the ISPs or any other marketing tool is monitoring your surfing habits. […]

Need more options related to security?

Posted on December 4, 2008 in Security

In a “normal” world, a medium-large ISP uses 8 terrabits traffic; in the same time, it deals with 45.000 spams and around 200.000 port scannings and violations of all kind. As you probably already know, these attacks are not only pointed against ISPs, but it’s clients also.The most frequent violations are connected to protocols like: […]

CNET News: Senator probes privacy law after Obama phone record breach

Posted on November 27, 2008 in Misc, Security

Senator probes privacy law after Obama phone record breach – CNET News After Obama’s cell phone records were accessed earlier this month by Verizon Wireless employees, Senator Chair Patrick Leahy sent on Monday, the 24th, a letter (PDF) to the Justice Department asking how many investigations or prosecutions the department has undertaken for violations of privacy as stated by […]

Yahoo and Google censorship

Posted on November 25, 2008 in Security

It is Google’s policy not to censor search results. On the other hand, in response to local laws, regulations, or policies, they must censor search results. Specific governments keep a tight rein on the internet and what users can access. The latest action taken was Argentina forcing Google & Yahoo to censor search results. The […]

Gmail Security vulnerability: An Attacker Can Forward Your Gmail E-Mails

Posted on November 24, 2008 in Security

If have domains registered with GoDaddy and you used filters on your Gmail account you should get worried. A Gmail security flaw described on geekcondition.com  caused some domain owners to lose their domain names registered with GoDaddy. Read more on GeekCondition.com or ReadersZone.com.

HerbalKing spam gang accused

Posted on October 17, 2008 in Uncategorized

What is the most annoying think someone face’s it while surfing? It’s spamming. Every day I check my e-mail I get tones of spam e-mails from companies trying to sale fake or unsafe weight-loss drugs and male enhancement products. Well good news people. In a recent article on  SC Magazine I read about how District […]

The Art of Online Self Defense

Posted on September 25, 2008 in Misc

Personal self-defense should be a class that is required in every high school across the world; however, many people fail to even care about their own defense in case of attack. Much like the real world, we should be protecting ourselves online, as well. Every time we log on to the Internet, we open ourselves […]

E-mail Address Abuse

Posted on September 23, 2008 in Misc

The joys of e-mail are very well balanced with the nightmares of it. While it has made it much easier to send and receive messages with colleagues, friends and family members, it has just been made that much more easy for us to receive spam and other unwanted “trash” mail, as well. Some of these […]

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