You probably didn’t know but you can check any system for SSL Vulnerabilities by visiting gotofail.com If your system is vulnerable it will report back like the image shown on the left-hand side.
With all of the issues surrounding online privacy and internet surveillance programs many people are very concerned about what’s happening with their personal information and whether or not its been reviewed, logged, scanned or even stored away for sale by third party companies who are tracking what we do on the internet. This has become a very hot topic in recent months with all the revelations from former CIA employee Edward Snowden.
That’s why a Canadian based company called Surf Easy has designed a product that can help you relax and enjoy the internet without worrying about people spying on you.
The SurfEasy is a small USB key that contains a version of Firefox mobile on it. This version of the Mozilla browser has been modified to work with SurfEasy’s servers so that any time you run the executable (or open the app on a Mac) you are directly connecting to the SurfEasy proxy network. This is very similar to the way that the Tor Bundle (or Vidalia) works in that opening the application performs the connection and opens a preconfigured browser optimized for use on that network.
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Some of you may or may not be wondering why there’s been a distinct lack of content for the past few months. Basically I’ve had to devote a lot of time working on a family members house, As an outcome of that I’ve had very little time to create content.
As soon as I have more time, I will be back, posting content. But for now, you will have to be patient with me.
Dave’s Tech Support
I have some amazing news for you. A long wait is now over. AMFPP, a all-in-one hosting control panel for Windows has been taken out of beta testing and we have released our first Release Candidate.
If you would like to know more, please head on over to www.amfpp.co.uk
AMFPP for Windows is currently £19.99 – But with the promotion code TQZX80QH8Y you can get 50% off!
We are currently working on a CentOS version of AMFPP.