• Nov 26, 2012
  • rasengan
  • Bitcoin, Privacy, Security,

Even a VPN Service Can’t Protect Your Privacy if You’re using Bank of America

“I can assure you that they would not be able to do that with the Bank of America security.” The words of the Bank of America supervisor echoed in our heads as the Bank of America automated phone system revealed our account details over a call we were making via a Caller-ID spoofing website. • … Continue reading “Even a VPN Service Can’t Protect Your Privacy if You’re using Bank of America”

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  • Mar 1, 2012
  • rasengan
  • Bitcoin, BitTorrent, IRC, News, Privacy, Security,

Cloak and Swagger: A Brief History of Anonymous Identity Protection on the Internet

Anonymity has proven itself a vital property of society.  Dating back to the beginnings of time, anonymous writings have been found in many great literary works, including but not limited to Cave Paintings, Hieroglyphs, The Bible, Tom Sawyer, as well as the same Federalist Papers that helped in the ratification of the US Constitution. The … Continue reading “Cloak and Swagger: A Brief History of Anonymous Identity Protection on the Internet”

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