You've probably heard the term 'darknet' thrown around a lot. It seems to be a buzzword that either invokes fear or a sense of l33t h4ck3r skills. A lot of this attention has been focused on Tor and hidden services such as the Silk Road, though Tor is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to 'darknets'. I2P is another large anonymizing network that is similar to Tor, but also has some distinct differences. In this article we will remove the confusion surrounding darknets, and show you exactly how you can get onto one of the best networks out there.
Author: Stefanija Kukunovska
Did you know that your school can track everything that you do on the Internet, as long as you are connected to their network? Not only is this possible, but it’s also very probable that it is happening. While you are on campus, of course you need and use the Internet that they have provided for you. However, they didn’t tell you about the possibility that all of your online activity might be stored by your school, did they? The mere sound of it makes people feel exposed and vulnerable.
If you’re an HBO subscriber, one of the options you have for watching content from the TV network is through the TV everywhere service HBO Go, especially if you travel or relocate outside the US. The problem, however, is that the service is not available outside the US, even if HBO is part of your premium cable subscription. If you tried to access the service from outside the US, then you’re familiar with these error messages.
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A few years ago, it was revealed that the United States government, through the NSA, gathers information on all Americans and numerous other people across the globe. The storm has since passed.
However, the NSA still continues to monitor all US citizens and its allies, backed by the United States government and a huge section of Congress. It’s not just the NSA doing the spying, though. It’s common knowledge that the CIA spies on and hacks persons of interest.