April 21, 2013

Meet the new CISPA, same as the old

The Old CISPA In 2012, three pieces of USA legislation with huge potential effects on the Internet were tabled. They were the Stop Online Piracy Act, Protect IP Act and the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. Of all three, the majority of publicity went to the first two. If you remember, SOPA […]
April 17, 2012

It's Time to Pay Attention to Apps

Mobile devices now cover over 8.5% of all internet traffic, and although we love having the internet on the run, we seem to have forgotten how to use the internet safely. Everyone uses some sort of security on their laptop: virus protection, VPN, spyware protection, ad blockers, ad list blockers, etc. But is […]
February 18, 2012

The end of file sharing, or the beginning of online privacy?

Megaupload was taken down forcibly, and just recently BTJunkie voluntarily shut down its servers. As we’ve mentioned before, Filesonic has basically stopped being useful by disallowing 3rd party downloads. So what does this trend mean for online sharing as we know it? It may mean that people are beginning to find new and […]
January 9, 2009

US server brought back (with a twist)

After the issues we faced with our Mohawk server, we have decided to proceed with a new US different twist 😀 A non-p2p server optimized for privacy and a more robust http proxy. Please note that there is no Socks proxy on this server as this server is not to be used for […]