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Falling into the PIT

Posted by Martin Zinaich on July 26, 2015

Technology is a wonderful thing, but it is not private. Some recent great posts on itsecurity.co.uk regarding Ad Blocking and online tracking combined with a hot new topic in the States called V2V, made me ponder technology from the privacy aspect. If we think there is any privacy left with technology, we are really just […]

The Darker side of Darkode

Posted by Martin Zinaich on July 19, 2015

Information about a Cyber Criminal Forum Take Down was recently released on the FBI website. The website Darkode was an Amazon for some of the world’s most high-volume cyber criminals. Not as pretty of course, just a general forum selling Rats’ (Remote Access Tools), Botnets, Credit Card Information, and the general sharing of information on […]

ICANN and the removal of a privacy / proxy option

Posted by Martin Zinaich on July 15, 2015

There is a proposal regarding ICANN placing limitations on privacy/proxy services. You can read ICANN’s take on the controversy here: https://www.icann.org/news/blog/on-whois-privacy-proxy-services The potential is that your provider could be forced to publish contact data in WHOIS or give it out to anyone who complains about your website, without due process. The Internet is the last […]