VPN services used by hundreds of thousands of people* in the UK to protect their identity on the web are vulnerable to leaks, according to researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and others.
The Amnesty program is for Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium customers “who have been inconvenienced by piracy or abuse.” The new key you receive will be exclusive to you going forward, while your old one “will cease to work after a period of time.”
This extension allows you to add any celebrity to the Celebrity Gag List. When you load your favorite sites, all those celebrity articles will magically fade away.
Finally, a water-proof smartphone that doesn’t “play dumb with the bare minimum tech.”
Commentary: It’s almost always a waste of money to spend more on HDMI, USB, optical digital and speaker cables, not to mention DisplayPort, DVI, Ethernet and VGA. But are there any exceptions to the rule? Maybe.
Flaw lets attackers eavesdrop on your calls. Chicago-based security firm NowSecure has published a report claiming that a bug in the Swift keyboard software, preinstalled on more than 600 million Samsung devices, can allow a remote attacker, which is capable of controlling a user’s network traffic to execute arbitrary code on the user’s phone.
Windows: Whether you’re migrating to a new computer or doing a clean install, life is easier when you take all your settings and tweaks with you. If you don’t want to do a full backup and restore, CloneApp backs up settings for the most popular Windows programs so you can restore them later.
On the surface, it’s fairly similar to Slashdot, Metafilter, Reddit, or any other community site on the Internet.
The different thing about Aether is that it doesn’t have a server somewhere. The only thing the app does is that it finds and connects to other people using Aether. In other words, it’s a distributed, peer-to-peer network.
This makes it impossible to censor, and renders its users anonymous. It’s useful for people concerned about privacy, or pretty much anyone who doesn’t want to be watched and catalogued for every word they write on the Internet (so, pretty much everybody).
It’s also temporary. Whatever you post disappears after six months. It’s designed to be an ephemeral space, and it’s focused on now, rather than the past. Other people can still keep copies of what you wrote, but it won’t last forever in the network itself. They also won’t know who you are.