Expects internet to surrender in three days
Tsar Vladimir Putin has unleashed his communications watchdogs on VPNs in a desperate bid to make sure no one sources their news from anyone other than him.
Angry users fling fruit
Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have said sorry after installing a full-page advert promoting Mozilla VPN on Firefox.
Don't you mess with revenue
Google will ban Android VPN apps in its Play store from iblocking advertising which could cause some major headaches for privacy applications.
Claims it covered up cyber-attack were untrue
Brian Krebs, at the Krebs on Security blog has been sued by Ubiquiti which claims that a report that the company played down a security breach was untrue.
Software genii strike again
The fruity cargo cult Apple’s software genii have had yet another success developing VPN software which reveals all its users secrets and stops traffic from being encrypted.
Too easy to p p pick up a penguin
Insecurity experts at Breakpointing Bad have found aa new vulnerability allowing potential attackers to hijack VPN connections on affected *NIX devices and inject arbitrary data payloads into IPv4 and IPv6 TCP streams.
Rather, old fruit
Mozilla is resurrecting its recently Test Pilot programme with a renewed focus on privacy-focused tools and products and among the collection is a VPN.
Microsoft appears to be botching things lately
Windows 10 users have been exposed to a worrying new vulnerability, which will bork their VPN.