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Re: 15) Internet Freedom
« Reply #30 on: May 01, 2017, 11:00:00 pm »

Banks scramble to fix old COBOL systems

Smartphone fingerprint sensors can be hacked using fake fingerprints

Thousands of Fake Google Maps Listings Redirect Users to Fraudulent Sites Each Month

Microsoft replaces the password with a phone-based log-in

9 USB Hubs for Enhanced Computer Connectivity

Why Hidden 'Darknets' Are More Resilient to Attacks Than the Internet

FCC Falsely Claims Net Neutrality Took Away Your Freedom

'Dark web' is incredibly antisocial corner of the internet

Telecom lobbying muscle kills privacy rules

Internet of the future via massive mobile antennae technology

Virtual reality's cousin generating lots of buzz as Facebook, Apple, others focus on it

Cyber attacks 10 years on—from disruption to disinformation

Police around the world learn to fight global-scale cybercrime

Researcher says customized content on political websites hurts democracy

Internet firms winding up for a fight on 'net neutrality'

Romanian Police Join Forces With Domestic Internet Security Company To Fight Cybercrime

TrueBit and Golem – The Future of Computation Outsourcing

Tax Fraud Up 6,000 Percent as W-2s Fill Darknet Markets [Tax Is Theft]

Facebook Loses Appeal Against Bulk Warrant

How Companies are Deanonymizing Bitcoin

95,000 Job Applicant Data of McDonald’s Canada Hacked, Likely Being Sold on Dark Web

Tutorial – Altcoin Flipping : Making Money Online Via Trading Cryptocurrencies

Examining the Bitcoin Address Graph

Anomalous RSA Keys In Tor Relays Can Undermine Your Privacy

Outlaw Marketplace Prepares Scam-Deterring Revamp

A Novel System for Secure Offline Bitcoin Payments

The bitcoin blockchain and truly trusted computing

Malware Bricking Insecure IoT Devices Could Be a Vigilante Tool Against Botnets

Identity Based Onion Routing – A Secure and Efficient New Scheme for Tor

Botnets for Discovering and Monitoring Terrorism Related Content on the Dark Web

What is a Bitcoin User Activated Soft Fork?

Tutorial – Altcoin Flipping (Cryptocurrency Trading Strategies That Always Win)


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Re: 15) Internet Freedom
« Reply #31 on: May 15, 2017, 06:02:56 pm »

Court Upholds Enforceability of Open Source Licenses

Study highlights growing significance of cryptocurrencies

Windows 10 S  will not allow you to change the default browser or search engine

Chinese professor defends criminal facial-recognition study after Google scoffing

Ransomware virus infests 75,000 computers across 99 countries

Cybersecurity researcher sidelines a global malware attack using a $10.69 domain name

Vendor Lists for Sale 100 Million Youku Accounts on Hansa darknet

Customs Searching of Electronics Increases

How To Minimize Bitcoin Transaction Confirmation Delays Via Adjusting Miners’ Fees?

Botnets and the Deep Web

What is Augur? (A Search Engine for the Future)

Personal Data Of 3.7 Million Voters Stolen In Hong Kong

Hotel Card Data Breach Hits 1,200 US Locations, Sold on Dark Web

How To Start a Full Bitcoin Node On Windows

US Judge says “Actual Location” of Electronic Data Does Not Matter

Russian MP’s Son Jailed Making Millions Selling Credit Card Data on Dark Web

Almost 40% of Consumers Pay Ransomware Fees

End-to-End Encrypted Calls Rise in Popularity, Increased Privacy for Dark Web Users

Europol: The Dark Web Is The Heaven For Organized Criminals In The EU

New Dead Man Switch’s Network That Utilizes The Tor Network

How to Keep Track of Your Cryptocurrency Investments

How To Store Your Bitcoins Securely Using Cold Storage

New OSX Malware Uses Tor and a MITM Proxy

NSA Claims To Curtail Upstream Surveillance

Newly Stolen Medical Records Auctioned on Darknet Site

Australia Considers Forcing ISPs to Block Digital Threats

China compiles its own Wikipedia, but public can't edit it

Google Docs phishing scam doused

Internet of the future via massive mobile antennae technology

Researchers unveil new password meter that will change how users make passwords

Researcher finds 'kill switch' for cyberattack ransomeware

SpaceX details plans to launch thousands of internet satellites

Dozens of countries hit by huge cyberextortion attack (X22 Report said it was on behalf of central banks)

Huge cyberattack forces Microsoft to offer free tech fix

US regulator website hacked after TV host comments

Social, computer scientists want to share data [probably not with us] on group behavior

Net neutrality grabs spotlight again as FCC chief seeks to rescind the tough regulations

Harnessing the potential of big data to improve the security of Internet of Things devices
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