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.
Pirate without fear
An international cybersecurity awareness survey found that 65 percent of US tech sector workers now use a virtual private network (VPN) on either work or personal devices.
One in six use one, so no one can see what they are watching
A new report has revealed that VPN usage in the UK has increased with almost one in six people now using one.
Big Content failing on so many levels
A new academic study has poured cold water on Big Content’s claim that a graduated response policies against file-sharers does not improve its box office revenues.
Continuing its self harm policy
Australia is feeling the pain of Netflix's proxy blocking and this week we saw the same thing in Europe.
China is doing its best to make sure its workers cannot use VPNs to sneak past its Great Firewall of China.
Strategy Analytics warning