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Is jailbreaking an iPhone safe?
Jailbreaking iPhone means unchaining a device from the constraints set by its manufacturers. In brief, the software restrictions stop iOS…
Press release: Nord Security extends its portfolio of cybersecurity brands with Atlas VPN
Nord Security, one of the leaders in the cybersecurity market, has reached a deal to incorporate Atlas VPN. This move will further extend Nord Security’s portfolio of cybersecurity brands and solidify its spot as the premier company for all things cybersecurity.
Get Spotify unblocked and listen to favorite tunes anywhere
Getting Spotify unblocked at school or work lets you ditch the deafening silence and listen to your favorite tunes. Spotify supplies a non…
Most damaging cybercrime services cost less than $500 on the dark web
According to data presented by the Atlas VPN research team, most damaging attacks, like ransomware kits and sophisticated targeted attacks, cost anywhere between $66 and $500.
Sophisticated attacks on the rise: streaming industry targeted the most
As internet security tools improve, hackers need to come up with more advanced attack technologies as well. Sophisticated automated attacks emulate human behavior to evade detection. They can imitate human keystrokes and mouse movements. Such bots can trick standard bot-detection tools through human workers.
Fixing the failed to obtain IP address error on Android
Wi-Fi connections can be fragile, and the “failed to obtain IP address” error is one of the possible obstacles. If this message emerges, the…
What is L2TP, and is it a reliable protocol to use?
L2TP is a tunneling protocol in charge of crafting VPN tunnels. Each VPN on the market is a blend of protocols, techniques, and mechanisms…
Minecraft most malware-infected game on the market with 228k users affected
According to data presented by the Atlas VPN team, Between July 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021, 303,827 individuals’ deivices were infected with gaming-related malware and unwanted software, with 69,244 files transmitted under the pretext of some of the most popular PC games worldwide.
Ministries of Foreign Affairs most targeted in the credential harvesting campaign
Some threat actors work for the state, and their job is to target other countries’ government administrations with cyberattacks. By doing so, hackers can steal sensitive classified information, which might be essential to the Ministries of the attacked country.