Cisco has released software patches that fix a major vulnerability affecting Cisco devices running Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software.
Chinese authorities have sentenced a local man named Wu Xiangyang to five years and six months in prison for running an unsanctioned VPN service.
For the holidays, we have a great deal for those who want privacy while using the Internet. From now till January 5th, you can get a 3 year subscription to PureVPN for only $69. This is 81% off the normal list price of $358.20 and comes out to $1.91 per month.
It's been a bad week for two of the world's biggest vendors of enterprise hardware and software — Fortinet and Palo Alto Networks. Both companies fixed security issues this week affecting some of their most popular products, with some bugs being quite intrusive and dangerous.
If you are concerned about the lack of privacy on the Internet, then NordVPN may be something that will interest you. With this 3 year deal, you can get NordVPN for $2.75/month, which comes out to a 77% discount.
Below are the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday antivirus, VPN, and computer security deals being offered for the holiday. These promotions have deep discounts from various antivirus companies and deals on VPNs, Pastebin, and even Shodan!
After last week we had the KRACK and ROCA cryptographic attacks, this week has gotten off to a similarly "great" start with the publication of a new crypto attack known as DUHK (Don't Use Hard-coded Keys)
VPN providers often advertise their products as a method of surfing the web anonymously, claiming they never store logs of user activity, but a recent criminal case shows that at least some, do store user activity logs.
Chinese authorities have sentenced a young man to nine months in prison for setting up a website for selling VPN software to Chinese users.
On Monday, the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) — a US-based privacy group — has filed a complaint with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accusing one of today's largest VPN providers of deceptive trade practices.
New research released this week reveals that a large chunk of today Android VPN clients are a serious security and privacy risk, with some clients failing to encrypt traffic, and some even injecting ads in a customer's browsing experience.
Direct access to the Tor network and some high-profile VPN services have been blocked in Turkey, reports TurkeyBlocks, a service that keeps track of websites and services banned in the country.
OpenVPN, one of the most popular VPN clients today, is to receive a security audit from Dr. Matthew Green, a famous US cryptographer and assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science at the Johns Hopkins University.