Best VPNs of 2017

Internet Security Tips And Tricks

 The 10 Best 24/7 VPN service providers for security – 2017 edition


If you want to improve your privacy and security when you are surfing internet, using VPN (Virtual Private Network) service is the most effective method. VPN is a network technology, which links the private network to internet using encryption methods. It is generally used by government agencies, organizations, educational institutions, and private citizens to facilitate easy access of remote user( A remote user is a user who is operating a hardware device or accessing software from an off-site location ) to secured private networks.

In comparison to private networks, VPN is not only economizing and  adaptable, but it also provide VPN users to sustain their anonymity and protect themselves from being  intermeddle. A VPN can be used to access the sites which is not accessible, it hide your browsing activity from the hidden eyes on public Wi-Fi. Therefore…

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Bridge Monitoring System using Wireless Sensor Network

Zx Lee

It’s been a long time since I last work on any hobby project and update on my blog. Recently, I completed a mini project together with two of my friends. So I am going to take this opportunity to share the project that we have made, we named it the Bridge Monitoring System (BMS) using Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). We are required to design an embedded system that is related with disaster management, either mitigation, preparedness, response or rehabilitation. To give you a high level overview of this project, basically we created three sensor nodes that acquire sensor measurement and transmit to central hub through wireless network. The sensor network works in a many-to-one fashion and data processing is done on the central hub. All the sensor measurement from each node is also displayed on the Host PC for user interface. Therefore, in this article, I am going to walk through some…

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5G Networking: The Definitive Guide


One, two, three and to the four… From the first mobile phone to 4G LTE, the telecommunications industry has changed plenty in just a few decades. We’ve jumped four G’s, or generations, in about as long as it took for Snoop Dogg to become Snoop Lion. Now the market is poised to break into the fifth generation, which promises 100 to 1,000 times the speed of 4G LTE. That means you might be able to download a full-length movie in a matter of seconds. More important, 5G will enable a new wave of ultra-efficient, Internet-connected devices.But what is 5G really, what kind of benefits will it provide, and how long will we have to wait for its high-speed arrival?

First, know that 5G is in the very early stages right now — networking regulatory bodies haven’t even settled on a standard yet. The Federal Communications Commission is only now moving…

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Three Points on Artificial Intelligence and Cyber-Security for 2017

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Although I have been known for longer posts, I would like to offer only three things to watch out for related to artificial intelligence and cyber-security for 2017, followed by sharing two videos.

1) Cyber attackers have long used machine learning and automation techniques to streamline their operations and may soon use full-blown artificial intelligence to do it. Botnets will become self-healing and will be able to detect when they are being discovered and can re-route in response. The botnet and cyber crime business will grow and become more organized. Showdan, the world’s first search engine for internet connected devices, will be used to target companies and individuals negatively. Yet it can also be used for safety and compliance monitoring, most likely when its feed into another analytical tool.

How to Hack with Showdan (For Educational Purposes Only):

2) It won’t be long until A.I. learns the patterns of mutating viruses and…

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