Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

[Privacy] International VPN Provider Searched by Authorities in Germany

Perfect Privacy reports today, that a member of the staff of the well known international VPN provider Perfect Privacy has been police searched last friday (August 20th). H-Security writes: The search warrant was reportedly issued on suspicion that unknown perpetrators may have routed potentially criminal communications via the servers in the German city of Erfurt. […]

[MultiPlatform] TrueCrypt 6.1 Released

The open source encryption program TrueCrypt 6.1 has been released. It now features: Encrypt a non-system partion without losing existing data (Windows) Support for security tokens and smart cards TrueCrypt bootloader can be configured to not show texts Encrypted Windows system partitions can now be mounted by Linux or MacOS X » Download TrueCrypt 6.1 […]

[Windows] SRWare Iron updated

SRWare just updated their Iron browser, which is based on Google’s Chromium source code. It now contains improved support for website embedded videos and PDF documents and it blocks advertisements – so don’t use it when visiting our pages ;-) » You may download SRWare Iron here…

[Stories] List of Berlin Policemen’s fon numbers leaked

It seems like Germany is about to overlap our British fellows. The union of the Berlin Police (GdP) had to admit yesterday that a list of Policemen’s cell fon numbers has been leaked to the internet. Besides fon numbers of normal policemen the list also includes numbers of executives working in special task forces. It […]

[Windows] Google Chrome without Spyware = Iron (update)

[Update] Feb 2nd, 2011 It seems Iron is no serious project and only follows the intention to allure people visiting the SRWare Iron website in order to make money from Google’s adsense. More information to be found here: http://neugierig.org/software/chromium/notes/2009/12/iron.html What it is The “Iron” browser is based on the “Google Chromium” source code, but “Iron” […]

[MultiPlatform] Truecrypt 5.0 für Windows, Linux UND Mac OS X

deutsch Die auf offenen Quellen basierende Verschlüsselungssoftware Truecrypt ist mit kleiner Verspätung in Version 5.0 erschienen. Endlich kann man nun auch von Mac OS X Tiger oder Leopard auf seine Truecrypt Volumes zugreifen. Ganz paranoide Menschen können nun auch Systempartitionen (nur Windows) zur Bootzeit verschlüsseln. Vor dem Bootvorgang wird dann das Passwort verlangt. Ohne dieses […]