The best browser extensions for top-notch privacy online

Top Browsing Extensions for Protecting Your Priv

Online privacy breaches have been on the rise over the past few years, and this is not something that will change overnight. Due to the sophistication of hackers and their up-to-date knowledge with software flaws, the phenomenon of DDoS attacks, identity thefts, and multiple other online threats is not a rare one. However, along with …

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DuckDuckGo traffic grown 600% since 2013, thanks to NSA and Apple

DuckDuckGo Traffic Has Exploded

On Tuesday, DuckDuckGo, the search engine that has developed its status as the privacy-friendly search engine said, the traffic of the search engine has grown 600% since the National Security Agency mass surveillance programs got revealed in year 2013 by Snowden. As Apple made DuckDuckGo a search option in iOS 8, it also exploded the …

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FREAK flaw now seems to be targeting mobile and credit unions

The FREAK Attack Now Seems to Be Focusing on Mobile

As it turns out, FREAK attacks are here to stay and they have now been targeting mobile OS. Credit unions will be probably facing troubles with the encryption, especially those that have been structuring their banking system for more than five years. New patches are on the way to confront with the urgent matter. FREAK …

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UK Privacy Watchdog Enjoined in an Appeal Against Google by Apple’s Safari Users

Safari Users against Google’s Secret Tracking received a new life line after UK’s commissioner of Information requested to be enjoined in an appeal case in which Google is seeking to prevent UK Apple’s Safari users from suing it. The group is upbeat about winning the legal battle against the search giant for incursion on their …

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