Discussion in 'Technology Forum' started by lightning13, Oct 11, 2016.
If that messes up my git I'll be mad.
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lol, shodan has replaced my drunk browsing of imgur. pretty hilarious/terrifying what you can find.
i blame @Spencer Control :P
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Thanks for the share, that was interesting and an eye-opener.
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I just got that a few minutes ago on my work email.
Yeah, I work at a help desk and that's hitting a ton of accounts right now. The fix they're giving us so far is to go to this site and make sure that Google Docs is not listed under your permissions.
If it is, just click Remove.
Full article about the issue here:
Google Docs users hit with sophisticated phishing attack
Looks like Google has gotten rid of the fake Google Docs and if you click on the link now it doesn't go anywhere.
With the ongoing ISP related issues and bills being passed by various governments like the UK and USA where your activities can be monitored and your data can be snooped over.
Moreover hackers always ready to prey on your important information and bank accounts.
I am seriously considering to get a high security VPN service which would enable me to keep myself secure online.
I do most of my online transactions as well as share torrents.
Looking for a good VPN,
Any suggestions would be highly appreciating.
Have come across Vyprvpn through this Vyprvpn Review. Should i go for this VPN?
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mullvad. But no vpn and proxy combo is going to guarantee anything. mitm attacks are sophisticated now and LE is getting good at them. Rule number one in infosec is if someone wants information bad enough they'll get it.
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