My grandpa usually uses The Wall Street Journal to read news morning, but recently he comes to China for a vocation, and he said he can’t use his The Wall Street Journal app. Is there a good way to access The Wall Street Journal in China? What’s the best and most trusted way?
What is The Wall Street Journal and how does it work in China?
The Wall Street Journal app also offers a wide range of special sections like the WSJ. Magazine and special reports on topics such as the Future of Everything, Davos World Economic Forum and major developing news events, as well as everyday coverage of lifestyle topics and features on media, marketing, arts, health, personal technology, social media and real estate. Therefore, when you open The Wall Street Journal, you can get the latest information about breaking stories from around the world plus the latest on business and finance, politics and technology, as well as expert commentary and analysis and up-to-the-minute updates on global stock markets and company news. However, it is very inconvenient for those people who concern more about the news on The Wall Street Journal when they visit to China, as in The Wall Street Journal will not be able to access in China.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 23, 2017 5:33 am and last modified on April 23, 2017 5:35 am.
I will be working in Shanghai this coming summer. Is there a safe and secure way to access blocked New York Times in Sahnghai, China?
How to Access a blocked New York Times in China?
Many residents and business people in China these days suffer from ever-increasing number of websites and mobile apps blocked by the Chinese Government by using the Great Firewall of China. They have failed in their efforts for accessing the New York Times through the website and mobile app in China. This is because this American daily newspaper is blocked by the Government of China subsequent to an article about the overall wealth accumulated by the family members of the prime minister of China revealed in this daily newspaper. It is the right time to identify and use a smart approach about how to access New York Times in China in Chinese and English language websites. You can make use of the most exceptional nature of the virtual private network service and decide on how to take advantage of every aspect of this service for accessing the blocked website. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Matt Johnston on April 22, 2017 3:04 am and last modified on April 22, 2017 3:05 am.
I was on my Safari browser watching a movie and an ad popped up and took me to a police-mobile-block. It has locked up my Safari browser saying I was watching porn and if I don’t pay $100 in 12 hours I can go to jail! I can’t really figure out if this is real or not, but I don’t think the police would use this kind of payment for fines. And actually I didn’t watch anything related with pornography. This Police-mobile-block warning seems ridiculous! But it would be very embarrassing if my friend knows that. So, how can I get this Police mobile block off my Safari?
Safari is Locked by Police-mobile-block Warning – Is it Real or Fake?
Many Safari users have met such an embarrassing situation that their Safari is blocking by a warning alert from Police-mobile-block site accusing them of illegal activities involving with watching pornography, and the “Police” demands a fine of $100 or $500. Many of victims are all wondering if this warning thing is real or fake, and if they would be taken into prison. In fact, this Police-mobile-block site is a kind of ransomware created by cyber criminals who want to use scareware or malware to display fake warning to beat victims out of some money, and it has nothing to do with real judicial department and law enforcement, so that’s why it’s called ransomware. In order to defraud more money from Safari users, cyber criminals has actually created and developed many similar ransomware to scare and trick online users. ransomware often blocks or locks victims’s device or encrypt your data then ask for money as a ransom to unlock the device. This Safari ransomware begins with Police-pay, Police-block site and Blocked-safari.com then Blocked-police.com, Police-mobile-block ransomware is the latest and upgraded version of this series of ransomware.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 21, 2017 5:25 am
I am a businessman trading with partners from different countries all over the world, so I am concerned more about the communication and data exchanged between me and other partners. But I’ve heard that government and the internet company can read what we communicate, our data and privacy information. This shocks me a lot. I would not like my personal information and the trade confidential to be tracked by others. So how can I protect my online data? How to Prevent Being Tracked by Government or Internet Company?
How You’re Tracked by Government or Internet Company?
The most important reason for most of us to avoid being tracked by others including governments, hackers, cyber geeks, websites or companies etc is protect your personal internet activity. Privacy data is important for everyone’s daily life. You would be irritated with government or ISPs what you search online and what article you read; you should be anxious about a hacker who knows your online bank accounts details and what you usually purchase online. So how our online activities are easily tracked by someone? Why the internet is not so secured? All internet connections have a unique digital ID or digital passport, which is similar to how all homes have their own unique street address. This unique digital passport is actually called IP address. When you’re browsing on the Internet by default, your network connection displays your personal unique digital passport which anyone can see. Websites, cyber snoopers, hackers, government agencies and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) etc can use your IP address or digital passport to monitor where you have been and what you’re been looking at on the Internet. How can you surf online anonymously? How to Prevent Being Tracked by Government or Internet Company? How to protect your online privacy?
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 20, 2017 11:33 am
In this age of the Internet, VPN is a indispensable service for some company. It’s easier to manage data and services if you have what appears to be a contiguous network. Something like a chain of stores that have VPN, you can easily manage and monitor devices centrally with site-to-site VPN. And we use to protect our company’s data. So what is an reliable VPN service for company? How is it works？ We’ll talk about the VPN on the following article……
What is a VPN? Why do Leading Company Need a VPN?
VPNs are used for lots of reasons, they are particularly useful for business travelers and people who download massive amounts of data, but the underlying theme is that it is the best way to ensure that your data is always protected. It’s an added safety measure if you already work on a secure network, but it’s critical to use VPNs over open public Wi-Fi connections, hence their origins in the traveling corporate space. Attackers prey on unsuspecting people in coffee shops, hotels and airports, but a VPN provides the security to stop them. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Matt Johnston on April 19, 2017 5:05 am
Hey, I am just wondering if I would be hacked by someone like my internet company or government to see what I download by using BitTorrent. I am afraid if I would be caught if I am torrenting online. Do you have any methods to help me out of this issue? Do you guys have some effective ways to Prevent Being Monitored when Using BitTorrent?
Brief Introduce of BitTorrent
As what Wikipedia illustrates, BitTorrent is a communications protocol of peer-to-peer file sharing (“P2P”) which is used to distribute data and electronic files over the Internet. BitTorrent is one of the most common protocols for transferring large files, such as digital video files containing TV shows or video clips or digital audio files containing songs. To send or receive files, a person uses a BitTorrent client on their Internet-connected computer. A BitTorrent client is a computer program that implements the BitTorrent protocol. BitTorrent is a leading software company with the fastest torrent client and sync and share software for Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android. Since when the team invented the BitTorrent torrent protocol and BitTorrent download software, the BitTorrent torrent app for Android is a beautifully simple way to discover, download, and play media, anywhere. Torrent downloader app on android has no speed limits and no size limits, helps you easily access your media with integrated music and video libraries. You are allowed to select files to download within a torrent to minimize your storage footprint and enjoy better music listening and video viewing experience with integrated music and video players.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 18, 2017 5:32 am and last modified on April 18, 2017 5:38 am.
Hello. I have the warning message of “System is Heavily Damaged by Four Viruses” on the Amazon Kindle I bought not long ago. It is troublesome. How can I get it off my device? It asks me to have the free Sharecloud downloaded and installed from Google Play. I have no idea it is real or fake. There is a striking Google logo on there. I have so many problems with my Amazon Kindle after it is found on the system. Charging the device is slowly. Many popups I don’t know. And the Kindle is working so sluggishly. So I think it is caused by the four viruses. Am I right? And how can I get it off my Amazon Kindle?
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More Information about the “Your system is heavily damaged by four virus”?
The alert of “Your system is badly damaged by 4 viruses” is the result of a malicious program that manages to sneak into your system. The message is a groundless or baseless statement. There are no 4 viruses on your device. The cybercriminals fake up a story about infection of 4 viruses to frighten victims into buying their apps which should be the real threats to get rid of the non-existent 4 viruses. This is a typical trick in the field of security played by the cybercriminals to commit defraudation . The warning will kidnap your web browser and result in suspicious advertisements. The message is really difficult for ordinary users to get rid of. The annoying page can’t be removed by restarting or powering off the device. It will stick all the time without get its root or base cleared up. It is normal and common that a person will become very nervous when he comes across the virus warning. They worry that the four viruses would undermine the data on the contaminated device such as pictures, videos, credentials stored and other important files as the message demands. That is why many victims are fooled into following the guide it provides in attempt to resolve the problem. They spend so much money on the removal of the imaginary 4 viruses. As a matter of fact, the real threat is the message itself. It is trying to cheat money out of the users. The warning message can’t be removed without deleting the nasty software behind it. If your Amazon Kindle is found with the notice that “Your system is badly damaged by 4 viruses”, you should find out the rouge program that presenting the fake message and get rid of it thoroughly. Removing the “Your system is badly damaged by 4 viruses” totally can help protect your device from being infected with other potential threats.
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Published by Matt Johnston on April 16, 2017 7:20 pm and last modified on April 16, 2017 7:20 pm.
Is there any way to help me stay anonymous from ISP when I surf on the internet? I use the office computer with my colleagues and I don’t want to avoid being found what I browse and watch on the web browser. I’ve heard that whatever steps we take to protect our online privacy from being hacked by ISP, but our personal data still can be taken by ISP. I wouldn’t like my every move online to be watched by ISPs. What can I do?
Why You Want to Stay Anonymous Online?
There are various reasons why people want to stay anonymous online. You may want to avoid some creepy targeted ads produced by what you Google search before earlier, and some advertisements always seem to know exactly what you’re been searching and browsing on the Internet. Or perhaps you just don’t want your partners, families or friends to know what websites you visited previously and what contents you watched. Or you don’t want government officials, ISPs or snoopers to track every move online and collect your important personal information and data. No matter why you want to stay anonymous online, you should figure out the best way to protect your online privacy. For most of us, we would choose privacy mode, incognito or “Do Not Track” mode on our web browsers to keep advertisers and anyone using your computer from tracking what you search, viewing your browsing history and knowing what you watch online, but your ISP can still spy on and watch your every move. ISP can keep logs of your every activity online and your private sensitive data is saved on ISP’s servers. Then you may be concerned how you can ensure ISP doesn’t see everything you do, how you can stay anonymous from ISP and what tool or software you should choose to protect your online privacy.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 15, 2017 11:38 am
I am confused that if there is some tool can help me protect my online browsing histories from being hacked by someone, I usually use private mode to browse the websites in order to prevent some annoying ads from distributing randomly, which interrupt my online activities a lot. But I’ve heard that ISPs still can track your browsing histories even though you visit websites in “incognito” mode on web browser. How to Prevent ISPs from Spying on Your Browsing Histories? Any ideas?
Is Privacy mode able to prevent ISPs from Spying on Your Browsing Histories?
When it comes to browsing history or online privacy, many people who most concern their privacy knows what steps and measure should be taken to clean up browsing histories and prevent sites from tracing them. Many web browsers offer such mode as privacy mode, incognito or “Do Not Track” mode to block sites from tracking internet users. Privacy mode allows you to surf without saving cookies, temporary files, or your browsing history to your computer. Many companies including Facebook and Google can use your data to target their ads. Even though many tools developed by computer technique can prevent advertisers from tracking your online activities, they still won’t block your Internet Service Provider from collecting your data. And many internet users choose “incognito” or private mode to browse online, expecting their online privacy can be protected. However, “incognito” or private mode just prevents the browser you’re using from keeping your internet browsing histories. While these solutions may keep advertisers and anyone using your computer from viewing your browsing history, your ISP can still spy on and watch your every move.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on April 14, 2017 5:59 am and last modified on April 14, 2017 6:05 am.
I harassed for some unknown merchants. I don’t know how did they know my contact and disturb my life? So I think I should protect my information all the time. Is it possible for ISP to peep my personal information? It would be a terrible thing if the data they sold about browsing history contained a significant proportion of browsing history that is atypical of real browsing. A terrible thing. Do you know how to protact my browsing histories from ISP?
How Could ISP Snoop on My Browsing Histories?
Do you think that ISP would be content with the monthly service fees that you pay them, but no, corporate greed is motivating them to try to monetize my private information. Your web browsing patterns contain a treasure trove of data, including your health concerns, shopping habits and visits to porn sites. ISPs can find out where you bank, your political views and sexual orientation simply based on the websites you visit. The fact that you’re looking at a website at all can also reveal when you’re at home and when you’re not. If you ask the ISPs, it’s about showing the user more relevant advertising. They argue that web browsing history and app usage should not count as “sensitive” information. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on April 13, 2017 5:34 am