Adam and Eve’s Decision Adam and Eve walk on the street. Mr. V approaches them: “You are naked and people are watching you. I can rent you clothes and a mask.” Adam: “How am I supposed to use them?” Mr. V: “Before you leave your home, you can put on the clothes. Then you need […]
Francis Dinha, CEO and Co-Founder of OpenVPN Inc., wrote the article “Why The Wrong VPN Is More Dangerous Than No VPN” on Forbes.com (https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2018/10/15/why-the-wrong-vpn-is-more-dangerous-than-no-vpn/).
When people walk on the public street, it is common sense that they have cloth on and do not want others see them naked. However, the majority of Internet users are not aware that the communication over the Internet is electronically naked if it is not encrypted. “Most of the things that we send everyday […]
David Balaban published an article on the topic of anonymity, privacy and security in September (http://www.businesscomputingworld.co.uk/who-told-you-that-vpn-gives-you-anonymity/).
PCMag recently surveyed 3,000 US consumers on VPN use and buying habits, and found that a majority—52 percent of respondents—said they need a VPN for security purposes.(https://www.pcmag.com/news/364334/security-is-the-top-concern-for-over-half-of-vpn-users).
A week ago ZDNet reported that connection logs retrieved from two VPN providers were crucial in identifying and later sentencing a 25-year-old man for an extended cyberstalking campaign. (https://www.zdnet.com/article/cyberstalker-thwarted-by-vpn-logs-gets-17-years-in-prison/).
A few days ago CNN reported that a software developer in China was just given a three-year suspended sentence because he sold VPN service to Chinese users (https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/10/asia/china-vpn-censorship-intl/index.html). We express our sincere sympathy to the software developer and condemn the suppression of the publishing or accessing of information on the Internet. We also hope his […]