Following a high level of systemic security breaches in 2018, security incidents will keep getting worse in 2019 with identify theft, phishing scams and personal data breaches hitting a new high, according to predictions from one global VPN service provider.
Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group says it has discovered similar vulnerabilities in the NordVPN and ProtonVPN clients for Windows, which allow an ordinary user to run commands as an administrator.
NordVPN is warning Australians about the dangers of Australia's Federal Government releasing "a legislative proposal to give law enforcement agencies new rights to access personal user communications and data".
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