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For the past 30 plus years, the IACR (International Association for Cryptographic Research) has been at the cutting edge of cryptographic research. They run three conferences a year; Crypto (In the United States), EuroCrypt and AsiaCrypt. I spoke with Orr Dunkelman, General Chair for EuroCrypt, which is taking place in Tel Aviv, Israel from April...
Online security and data privacy are two of the hottest topics there is in IT at the moment. Supporting a global industry that is predicted to top $200 billion by the end of the decade, there is no shortage of analysis, comment and discussion to be found on the latest threats and how they can...
If you’ve ever gone into technical mumbo-jumbo while using a VPN, you might have seen terms such as OpenVPN over TCP or OpenVPN over UDP. You might know that OpenVPN is the most secure VPN protocol. But what about TCP and UDP? What are these terms and what do they mean? Let’s understand what TCP...
Michael Walter is currently working on his post doctoral research at the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) in Austria. I caught up with him at the EuroCrypt 2018 conference in Tel Aviv, where he gave a talk titled – On the Bit Security of Cryptographic Primitives. Bit Security has received a lot of criticism...
It’s been nearly 2 years since the Council of the European Union, European Parliament and the European Union passed the privacy legislation known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Beginning on May 25th, 2018 any company that hasn’t updated their privacy policy during the two-year grace period will be in violation of the law...
The 2016 US election cycle made international hacking part of the global conversation. Hacking is now one of the most widely discussed threats across all professional sectors. While Russian hacking dominated the political sphere, Chinese hacking is proving to be the biggest threat to corporations. Each successive hack reported in the news has made companies increasingly...
Jonathan J. Klinger is an attorney who specializes in technology law in general and privacy and security law in particular.  He has been practicing law for over 11 years and has been an independent sole-practitioner since 2007. The majority of his clients are technology companies, in the areas of security, publishing, and data mining.  Jonathan...
vpnMentor: In your presentation* you mentioned we still use a TLS protocol that was introduced in 1999. Doesn’t that mean that everything works very well and we can feel secure? *Attached at the end of this page are Dr. Jager’s presentations in a conference at the Center for Research in Applied Cryptography and Cybersecurity of Bart...
We updated this article and made it an entirely different post. If you’re looking for the most updated VPNs for Chrome, click here. There are a lot of Chrome-based VPN extensions, but it can be a challenge to find one that works well and is not a fake VPN. No matter the reason that you...
If you took a look at this post on December 13th, you would have seen something very different. We decided to post about different IP leaks. So, why don’t we have that post anymore? A few VPNs contacted us and told us the research we presented isn’t fair to them. While we expected such reaction, we...