Good news for VPN services, I guess.
Enterprising ISPs could work out deals with them, I suppose.
Simple remote browser isolation application
The Community Edition version of the cloud-based internet isolation solution at...
It's nice to see Facebook defending privacy. As ironic as that may seem.
I wonder how this relates to the Anonymous project to fund technology development for anonymity etc.
Or maybe they just stopped looking at it. I mean, given that "collected" doesn't mean for them what it means for us ;)
I've come up with a bash hack for creating dynamic VPN chains in a Debian router with DHCP. There's an infinite while loop script which:...
No, just the openbox desktop, and then the apps.
And actually, I...
Xubuntu is probably the lightest Ubuntu variant.
Even lighter is starting with Debian or Ubuntu server, and installing the openbox desktop. But...
I use Pastebin too. Mainly to transfer information between VMs on different hosts, when there's really no workable alternative.
Yeah, I suppose.
Sometimes I've wanted add-ons that weren't available through Mozilla. So I downloaded, and then did "install add-on from file"....
Freedom to install whatever additions you want, maybe?
This is a problem with anti-malware apps generally.
Some have pwned users.
Perfect Privacy does, for what it's worth.
Damn. Sad to see this :(
As long as I compartmentalize meatspace from online activity, there's no DNA information to link.
In meatspace, I'm entirely unremarkable.
Such as VPN logs, for example.
Not necessarily. For typical ~clueless Windows users, browsing and email would be entirely adequate.
Yep, definitely the good guys. Or the good cops, anyway.
Thanks :) Good to know.
It sounds like the BBC is more like NPR than VoA, although NPR is arguably biased.
Yeah, I've loved them too. And they've been around for at least as long as AirVPN, IVPN and Mullvad.
If you're chaining VPNs, there's an...
So is BBC more like NPR than VoA?
I vaguely recall, not long after Stuxnet went public, speculation that anti-malware apps ignored malware from friendly governments. And maybe some...
We've been through all this before. But this time, it may not turn out so well. So it goes.
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