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Sophos Cyberoam firewall vulnerability declared, business impact Special

It's been reported that a Sophos Cyberoam firewall vulnerability has occurred, which was resolved with an automatic hotfix at the end of September. While the vulnerability has been addressed, the implications require businesses to take actions.

New firewall designed to protect Android cellphones

A security threat to smartphones comes from phone components, like touchscreens, chargers, and battery or sensor assemblies. These 'field replaceable units’ have weak security settings; but there is a new solution for this vulnerability.

China has 'no plans' to unblock the foreign Internet anytime soon

China has reiterated its stance on the usage of foreign Internet sites, saying it has "no plans" to enable legal access in the near future. The comments come shortly after a series of high-profile visits to the country by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

China deletes over 60,000 online accounts ahead of new regulation

Some of China's largest online companies have been forced to delete over 60,000 accounts registered on their services ahead of the upcoming date for the introduction of new censorship and regulation of names used online.

China tightens online control in schools

The Chinese government issued a new rule over the weekend, requiring primary and secondary schools in the country to install filters to prevent young people from accessing "obscene content" on the Internet.

Reply By Email Now Available For Facebook

Bypassing the company firewall to get your social media and networking fix just got a bit easier due to a change implemented by Facebook.

Access to Facebook and Twitter blocked in China

Beijing is determined when it comes to crack down online information which is considered anti-government. Now, after the riot in Urumqi, it quickly blocked online social communities Facebook and Twitter, as it did to Google two weeks ago.

Citizen journalists avoid 'Great firewall of China' by writing backwards

Chinese bloggers are trying to find new ways to circumvent government filtering done in reporting news events.The most recent one is to write backwards.

Digital Journal TV: Chinese Netizens and the Great Firewall of China

VIDEO: The recent capture of protesters in China has raised questions about censorship in the country. But savvy bloggers are finding ways around Big Brother, and some say they could bring about the crumbling of the Great Firewall of China.

New Software Allows Web Surfers to Leap Over Firewalls

Digital Journal — Watch out, China. Canadian researchers will allow anyone to surf the Net without restriction by introducing software that curbs firewalls.

Smartphones get a firewall

This is an idea that should have been implemented in the beginning...

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