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Archive | September 3, 2019

Why Estonia pioneered digital identity

Estonia topped a poll of the most digitally advanced nations this year, according to research conducted by global community network InterNations. They praised Estonia for offering expats and digital nomads the ability to live a more connected life, and hence a better work-life balance.  Comparatively, the UK did not make it into the top 10,  Full Article…

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Excited to Exercise: Best fitness technologies for every personality

No matter what motivation you need to get moving, there’s a tool for that. Aurora University Online’s Modern Fitness Technology Guide lays out the many and various ways that technology – from wearable tech to streaming fitness classes – can help consumers and athletes get excited to exercise. In this guide, we’ll highlight findings from the University’s  Full Article…

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PureVPN backs up no log claim with independent audit

Audits are becoming a trend in the VPN industry as providers look to legitimize their claims and PureVPN is the latest company to undergo an independent audit. PureVPN is committed to the online privacy and security of its users and as part of that commitment, the company hired the California-based Certified Information Systems Auditor Altius  Full Article…

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Thousands of servers can be remotely hacked

Security researchers have discovered that at least 47,000 Supermicro severs in 90 countries have unpatched vulnerabilities in the firmware for their baseboard management controllers (BMCs) and this could leave them open to remote attacks. The security firm Eclypsium found the vulnerabilities and reported them to Supermicro and the company has since issued a patch to  Full Article…

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