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In an HTTPS world, is a VPN still necessary? And here’s why,

HTTPS and VPN: The common defense is that VPNs are no longer necessary since the internet is now more safer;  you may surf without being concerned about dangers from the internet.  This argument often has good intentions and is, in some ways, true,  but it ignores some details concerning the status of internet security at the moment.  This narrative has more to it. HTTPS vs. a VPN Your data may be encrypted with either HTTPS or a VPN, but a VPN occurs to encrypt more. Only when HTTPS encryption is enabled will it operate between browsers and servers. However, a VPN encrypts all data that travels over the VPN…

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Coordinated parallel resource allocation for integrated access and backhaul networks 2

Integrated access and backhaul network resource allocation coordinated parallelly

Abstract IAB’s architecture gives 5G and beyond networks the ability to manage resources both centralised and decentralised: an IAB-donor, a centralised node, can efficiently coordinate resources with a network-wide view, and IAB-nodes, distributed nodes, can quickly respond to local traffic bursts multiple hops away from the IAB-donor. However, there aren’t many research on handling bursty…

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How to handle blackmail and sextortion

What is sextortion, and how can you prevent it?

Sextortion definition Sexual blackmail takes the form of sextortion. It entails a perverse party obtaining someone’s intimate sexual details, images, or recordings and threatening to make them public. Although sextortion can happen to anybody, it is most common among young people. The offender can attempt to coerce the victim into doing anything against their will…

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