MacSentry now features Network Locking while reconnecting in v1.3.2.
The simplest VPN client just got more advanced with some small big changes.
New London server housed in Telehouse North 2 is now online.
At an event in Cupertino on the 12th of September, Apple revealed their latest updates to their ecosystem. Firstly Apple took the time to showcase their brand-new campus based in the Silicon Valley, Apple Park. A Concept that was first thought up by Steve
The European Court of Human Rights ruled on the 5th of September that employers’ must first notify employees that they will monitor your emails before they can actually do so.
Apple said in their filing that they felt consumer choice, innovation, transparency etc. are vital and the removal of Net Neutrality is a step towards eradicating these principals.
On the 24th of August, a US court ruled in favour of DreamHost after the website hosting company made public the overreaching information requests from the Department of Justice.
The US government has demanded the information to everyone that visited an anti-Trump protest website be handed over so that the requisite legal action can be taken.
David Kaye, a Special Rapporteur for the UN, penned a letter to Apple in order to find out exactly why they decided to roll over and easily remove the VPN apps off of the Chinese App Store.
Today July 29 2017 Apple has removed MacSentry VPN, and all other VPN apps, from the app store in China "because it includes illegal content." The notification came from Apple today, and is included below.
In an internal memo obtained by MacRumors, due to battery shortages for the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro model released in 2012/2013, Apple employees are being told to replace these older laptops with newer equivalent models.
On the 21st of July, the Russian Parliament moved to outlaw the use of VPNs and proxy services. These technologies were banned due to concerns about the spread of extremist materials.
The new “Z Mainframe” from IBM has the power and ability to encrypt absolutely everything. Whether the data is statically sitting in a database or is dynamically changing all the time, the Z Mainframe can encrypt it all.
On what “Battleforthenet” are calling the “July 12th day of action”, some of the biggest companies and websites are teaming up to spread the message that Net Neutrality will soon be destroyed in the United States.
Net Neutrality was a phrased coined all the way back in 2003 by Tim Wu, a Columbia University media law professor. The main premise of Net Neutrality is that every piece of data, no matter what it is or where it comes from is equal.