The Dangers of Digital Spying with IMSI Catchers

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has pointed out that a big threat to phone and Internet privacy is a lack of support. Digital privacy has many advocates, but the international battle against digital spying needs as many people as it … Continue reading

Cryptography Backdoors Undermine User Security

Apple’s iOS 8 is out with data encryption for users, and Google’s encrypted Android L is expected soon. Apple and Google both announced that their newest devices would come with encryption technology. US law enforcement officials have been having tantrums … Continue reading

VPNs for Android Prevent SSL Exploits

Using VPNs for Android can help people keep their phones and tablets safe from the latest threat to mobile security. Trend Micro has discovered a new SSL vulnerability that affects Android users. It can fake authentication and open a long … Continue reading

A Guide to Mobile Phone Use for US Protesters

There have been a lot of very big protests in the past year relating to the Internet. There have been battles for Internet freedom and fights for net neutrality. In the midst of all these protests, a lot of US … Continue reading

Private Messaging Not So Private

Viber and WhatsApp were in the news last April for sending unencrypted data. New research shows that a lot of other apps are doing the same. We use these apps thinking that we get private messaging. But they are putting … Continue reading