Author: Bernard Hastings


Joker Trojan Downloaded 472,000 Times on Android

For the better part of a year, the Android world has been reeling from countless malware attacks, personal data hacks, and so many more malicious cybercrimes. This week, the Joker […]

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Over 10% of Australian Businesses suffered a Cyber Breach last year

As the Australian business landscape in 2019 becomes more and more of a target for cybercriminals and malicious foreign governments alike, cyber attacks and breach numbers have begun to climb […]

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Sydney joins Cities Coalition for Digital Rights

This week, Sydney became one of 26 cities around the globe and the first in Australia to sign the Cities Coalition for Digital Rights declaration, effectively providing all residents of […]

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ExpressVPN - TrustedServer

Meet the new TrustedServer feature by ExpressVPN

As governments across the globe push for the routine collection and storage of user data, there has been a renewed push from privacy advocates for online platforms to reinforce their […]

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Microsoft - detects cybersecurity threats

Microsoft Detects 5 Billion Cybersecurity Threats a Month

As Microsoft tightens security across their myriad of platforms, the company has announced that each month their corporate security product, Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection, has begun to detect a […]

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Incognito Mode for Google Maps

Incognito Mode for Google Maps

After a tumultuous 2018 filled with numerous data leaks, scandals and other issues for the big tech companies, Google has made it clear that their new focus is on ensuring […]

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ExpressVPN - 2019 independent security audit

ExpressVPN announces Independent Security Audit

On the 28th of January, ExpressVPN announced that their browser service extension was publicly audited by Cure53. The VPN provider made it clear that they are, ‘committed to equipping [ExpressVPN […]

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Best No Logs VPN

Best No Logs VPN

If you’re subscribed to any tech-related news websites, then there’s a good chance you’ve heard that certain VPNs are nowhere near as safe, secure or anonymous as they claim to […]

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Australian Assistance and Access Bill

Assistance and Access Bill

The Australian Assistance and Access Bill is now an Act. It passed — and without any of the amendments proposed by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, which backed down completely in […]

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