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US privacy protections are inadequate

Europe’s highest court today ruled that Facebook cannot send personal information on European users to data centers in the US, invalidating a 15-year trans-Atlantic data transfer agreement. In a decision that could have far-reaching implications for many US tech companies, … Read More

LiveBox Club, privacy, chat, encryption, security

Let’s chat with LiveBox Club

In our business or private life, with colleagues or friends , nothing changes : chats are now part of our lives and the way we communicate. Market statistics reveal that live chats have the highest satisfaction levels for any customer … Read More

Hacker attack cybersecurity LiveBox blog

Hackers attacked routers through browsers

Cybercriminals have developed a Web-based attack tool to hijack routers on a large scale when users visit compromised websites or view malicious advertisements in their browsers. The goal of these attacks is to replace the DNS (Domain Name System) servers … Read More


LiveBox Revolution: we got a new home!

LiveBox changes and renews its look. Our website has been completely renewed in appearance and content. This happened because LiveBox is growing and decided to renew not only its graphical interface but to give the right space to its products, … Read More

Public Cloud VS Private Cloud

Private. This is one of LiveBox’s core strengths. We’re private, secure and simple, but even though the vast majority of the big players in the cloud business are secure and simple as well, few of them are private. Let’s consider Google Drive and DropBox, … Read More

Russian hackers are spying us

That’s according to iSight Partners, a cybersecurity intelligence firm that contracts with governments. In a report Tuesday, the firm said it discovered the never-before-seen attack, which has been used by hackers in recent months. The bug the hackers used exists in all modern … Read More

Twitter: acquired Mitro startup

Twitter: acquired Mitro startup

Twitter is acquiring a small password security startup called Mitro for its New York office. Mitro built a way that multiple people can share or control passwords to a single account. The most obvious use case would have been in the enterprise where team … Read MoreRead More

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USB, for not saving data

Computer users pass around USB sticks like silicon business cards. Although we know they often carry malware infections, we depend on antivirus scans and the occasional reformatting to keep our thumbdrives from becoming the carrier for the next digital epidemic. … Read MoreRead More