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

Russian Protests Could Lead to Nationwide Internet Disconnection

Russian President Vladimir Putin is thinking about ways to cut the country off from the Internet. He says that if and when they face an emergency situation, the Kremlin feels that Internet disconnection is a must. Plans that the president’s … Continue reading

WiFi VPNs and Evil Twin Hotspots

WiFi VPNs are the best tools that average Internet users have today to protect them from evil twin hotspots. WiFi VPNs secure users’ connections on unprotected networks so their traffic and data can’t be intercepted. WiFi VPNs also work very … Continue reading

Fight Brute Force Attacks with Password Security

Brute force attacks still work because people ignore password security. Websites can use SSL encryption and it won’t matter if they don’t have decent passwords. Users can access their accounts through secure VPNs, but it won’t help if they still … Continue reading

Business Travelers Need VPN Tunneling Software

Some businesses have corporate VPNs and internal secure communications that protect their networks from intrusion. But many do not, and people who travel for business do not therefore have the same protection. They need VPN tunneling software to secure sensitive … Continue reading