Daily Archives: September 4, 2018

Hack Naked News #187 – September 4, 2018

This week, Android OS API-Breaking Flaw, Thousands of MikroTik Routers Hacked, John McAfee's "unhackable" Bitcoin wallet is hackable, misconfigured 3D printers, researchers used sonar signal to steal unlock passwords, and the Linux Foundation sets to improve Open-Source code security. Ron Gula of Gula Tech Adeventures joins us for expert commentary, so stay tuned for this episode of Hack Naked News!

 

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ProtonVPN review: Underground data centers, one-click multi-hop, and more make for a great choice

ProtonVPN in brief:

  • P2P allowed: Yes, on specified servers
  • Business location: Switzerland
  • Number of servers: 249
  • Number of country locations: 19
  • Cost: Free, $48, $96, or $288 per year
  • VPN protocol (default): OpenVPN
  • Data encryption: AES-256
  • Data authentication: HMAC with SHA-256
  • Handshake encryption: 2048-bit RSA

When you use a third-party VPN there’s always a certain amount of trust you have to have in your service provider. Sometimes companies make that really hard by hiding who they are or basing themselves in exotic locations. Then there are services that make trust easier—like ProtonVPN, from the creator of ProtonMail.

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