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The downfall of MoviePass: what went wrong?
MoviePass was an inventive sensation for all cinemagoers until it turned into a complete flop. The service followed a simple principle…
Study: US, UK, and Saudi Arabia lead in commitment to cybersecurity
Cybersecurity practices are constantly evolving as new technologies arise. Some countries that have more resources are prepared for cyber threats better than others.
Is Voilá a safe app to use?
Voilà AI Artist is the latest thing to become a roaring success. It is a photo manipulation app transforming users into animated characters…
Over 60% of fraudsters request gift cards in business emails scams; eBay, Google Play cards most popular
According to data presented by the Atlas VPN team, gift cards were the preferred payment method for 64% of fraudsters who used attacks to compromise business emails in the second half of 2020.
How perfect forward secrecy bolsters data security online
Perfect forward secrecy is a security technique for fortifying encryption systems used to scramble data. It performs automatic rotation of…
Is uTorrent safe? Torrenting security explained
Is uTorrent safe for sharing files? It is a popular BitTorrent client, but experts note better clients are available. Over the years…
Cypherpunk ideas, principles, and influence on digital society
The word cypherpunk refers to visionary individuals standing for technological innovation. These individuals would champion the use of…
Cyberattack volume grew in 78% of businesses globally, remote working main catalyst
Data presented by the Atlas VPN team reveals that, on average, cyberattacks on enterprises due to the shift to remote work increased by 78% in the last 12 months. Even though social media platforms are flooded with news of companies proudly presenting the fact that they are permanently shifting to a remote-work environment, they usually do not mention the fact that the pivot has created major issues for their security.