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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 (Transmission Control Protocol) and UDP (User D...
TCP vs UDP: Understanding the Difference
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 lately – can you explain...
Interview with Michael Walter at EuroCrypt 2018 on the Topic of Bit Security
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 an...
Report: Only 34% of Websites in the EU are Ready for GDPR
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 ma...
How to Secure Your Website and Online Database from Hackers in 2023
Guardians of The Galaxy is my favorite Marvel movie, but I haven’t seen it in such a long time because it’s only available on Disney+ which I can’t access from my country. After performing some of my own tests, I found that all you have to do is use a VPN to unblock Guardians of the Galaxy(1 and 2). A VPN is an app that tricks streaming sites...
How to Watch Guardians of The Galaxy From Anywhere in 2023
I’m a huge fan of the X-Men franchise, so I was super frustrated when I found out that The Wolverine is only available on certain Disney+ libraries, such as the UK. I spent hours looking for a solution online, but most guides didn’t work for me, so I decided to develop my own solution. I found that the simplest way to watch The Wolverine anyw...
How to Watch The Wolverine From Anywhere in 2023
Have you ever spent hours looking for your favorite Malaysian TV show online, only to find out it’s unavailable in your country? I had the same frustrating experience. After trying different ways to get access, I found that the only way was by using a virtual private network (VPN). A VPN allows you to watch Malaysian TV shows from anywhere in...