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  1. With the latest revelation from google about Quantum Computing, I would like to know how safe arewith with Airvpn? What is the best encryption method and how do we implement it .
  2. saveme

    Email Attack

    I had faced trouble of email attacks, most of them end up in spam. But, if someone sends me an email with malware (possibly a pdf), If I have by mistake open that. Would that result in information leakage ? Even if I use Air VPN ?
  3. Comments on this article. http://thehackernews.com/2016/10/nsa-crack-encryption.html
  4. The Stop Mass Hacking Act (S. 2952, H.R. 5321), which has bipartisan support, is composed of a single sentence: "To prevent the proposed amendments to rule 41 
of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure from taking effect." Wyden's bill attempts to stop the upcoming changes to Rule 41, set to take effect in less than 90 days. https://blog.torproject.org/blog/fbis-quiet-plan-begin-mass-hacking Here is a list of Senators' phone numbers (calling is much more effective than email for this purpose): http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state
  5. Hello everyone, I just signed up for a trial period of 3 days using the Spain's VPN provided by AirVPN. I connected to the VPN using Tunnelblick, and 20 mins later I got a message on my phone from Google saying that someone was trying to access my email account from the same place where my new IP address was located?? I wonder if I am the first person to suffer this situation, or if any of you has been using the Spanish AirVPN server. Obviously, this forced me to change all my passwords everywhere, which is a very annoying thing to do. To be honest, I wouldn't try to connect through your VPN again unless you can explain what actually just happened. Thanks in advance
  6. Hello. ​Link ​ ​Just read this article regarding a defacement of the Leaseweb website (10/05/13). It's mentioned that customer data had also been "leaked" and would be accessible through an index site (which I couldn't find). ​ ​Any thoughts on this, especially on potential danger to AirVPN?
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