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Now you can purchase an Atlas VPN subscription using cryptocurrencies
If you want to enhance your privacy online by upgrading your Atlas VPN subscription, a private payment method is a way to go. We're excited to announce that now you can purchase Atlas VPN premium using Bitcoin and other popular cryptocurrencies.
Here's the roles structure of the largest organized cybercrime group that got hacked
If you have been following the cybercrime landscape for the past year or so, you must have read about the Conti ransomware group - one of the largest organized crime groups operating at this time.
Apple products’ vulnerabilities surge by over 450%
To maximize their financial opportunities, cybercriminals are continuously striving to exploit vulnerabilities that affect as many individuals as possible. Consumers who fail to install the most recent software update may become ideal targets for hackers.
What are game mods? Are mods safe to install?
Game mods are additions of new elements or features into existing video games. However, while modding gives games new life, game studios are…
76% of companies globally suffered service downtime in the past year
Outages caused by cyberattacks and server or network hacks can result in corrupted, damaged, or stolen data. Downtime can quickly convert into negative customer reviews and a ruined business image. Repeated outages can lead to dissatisfied customers.
Government-targeted DDoS attacks surge by over 1,800% in 2021
Nowadays, governments worldwide face the challenge of protecting their cyberspace in addition to their physical borders. Online presence creates an additional attack surface that can be used in coordinated attacks, such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks.
How to run a VPN speed test
A VPN speed test is the easiest way to check how a VPN affects your internet performance. After all, a common misconception involving VPNs…
Blockchain hackers stole nearly $1.3 billion in Q1 2022
Despite the cryptocurrency price slump at the start of the year, cybercriminals were not resting at all. Attacks on various crypto projects and ecosystems brought millions of dollars to hackers and scammers.