The last seconds are ticking off the U.S. IPv4 network clock

LinuxSecurity.com: The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), the nonprofit group that manages Internet addresses for Canada, most Caribbean countries, and the United States, announced that it has activated its Unmet Request Policy. What that means is that there are no longer enough IPv4 address blocks available for the demand.

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How to access Wi-Fi anonymously from miles away

LinuxSecurity.com: Staying anonymous online is difficult, if not almost impossible. Standard traffic can be monitored, government agencies enjoy slurping vast amounts of data, and even networks such as Tor and VPNs can only protect you so far. For journalists, activists, political dissidents and — yes — criminals, this can mean their activities are open to spying eyes.

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OpenDNS Acquisition Gives Cisco Big Security Data

LinuxSecurity.com: Cisco continues to spend on security, today announcing its intent to acquire San Francisco-based OpenDNS for $635 million. OpenDNS’ domain name system and cloud-based security services bring threat data collected from those platforms to Cisco’s security offerings.

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