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New research from University of Birmingham emphasizes importance of securing high-risk mobile apps.
iGiant didn't want to aid censorship, but $10bn in revenue is $10bn in revenue Apple has told the US government it cooperated with China's demands to block VPN services so it could get other concessions from the Middle Kingdom on human rights.…
Cisco has updated its IOS XE software to address a denial of service vulnerability in its implementation of BGP over an Ethernet VPN.
A vulnerability in the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) over an Ethernet Virtual Private Network (EVPN) for Cisco IOS XE Software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause the device to reload, resulting in anbsp;denial of service (DoS...
All the news that's fit to read – as decided by President Putin A Russian law that bans the use or provision of virtual private networks (VPNs) will come into effect Wednesday.…

Dangerous liaisons

We took the most popular dating apps and analyzed what sort of user data they were capable of handing over to criminals and under what conditions.
Judge: Applersquo;s decision to sell after losing a 2012 trial was “unreasonably risky.”
VPNs provide a lot more protection than proxy servers, even for those who just want to hide their IP addresses. Here's why you should use a VPN instead.
PureVPN assisted investigation of man charged over 16-month harassment campaign Virtual private network provider PureVPN helped the FBI track down an Internet stalker, by combing its logs to reveal his IP address.…
The 2017 VirusBulletin conference is upon us and, as in previous years, wersquo;re taking the opportunity to dive into an exciting subject, guided by our experience from doing hands-on APT research.

This year we decided to put our heads together to understand the implications that the esoteric SIGINT practice of fourth-party collection could have on threat intelligence research.
At the heart of Microsoftrsquo;s Azure adoption strategy is the idea of the hybrid cloud, bridging on-premises datacenters and cloud computing. You donrsquo;t need to get rid of your old servers; instead, you connect them to the public cloud to take advantage of its scale and services, treating it as an extension of your existing datacenter.There are two main ways of connecting to private virtual networks on Azure: you can use a VPN over the public internet, or you can set up a direct connection into Azure data centers with Microsoftrsquo;s ExpressRoute.

For most use cases, the VPN option is the most economical because it uses your existing systems and so doesnrsquo;t require significant extra hardware or new leased lines.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here