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postheadericon A Friend Gets A Gun As A Gift, But She’s Unsafe With It: What Do You Do?

A reader sent us a message not too long ago and had some concerns with a friend. Her friend, we’ll call her Sarah, was gifted a firearm and is … not as safe as she should be. Sarah is, well, take … Continue reading
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postheadericon ESET’s Mark James on addressing business security employee issues

ESET’s Mark James on the issues employees have with business security measures, and how to counter the difficulties without compromising safety.

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postheadericon How to Watch Netflix in Egypt

You can use VPNs to watch Netflix Instant in Egypt.

How to Watch Netflix Instant in Egypt

Netflix’s European expansion is well underway. The streaming giant’s big plans to assert their model all over the globe has expanded into new markets like Germany and France.

On the other hand, if you happen to live in, or happen to be working in, Africa or the Middle East, then you’re not so lucky. If you’re in Egypt, then you’re in both of those regions, and you shouldn’t be expecting Netflix anytime soon.

Well, we find that to be unacceptable. There’s no reason Egyptians, or folks on extended business or vacation in Egypt, shouldn’t be able to keep up on House of Cards or Orange Is the New Black.

But where there’s a will, there’s a way, and we know exactly what you need to do to get Netflix streaming in your homes.

Watch Netflix Instant in Egypt with a VPN

It’s quite simple, really; all you need to do is subscribe to a VPN.

A VPN service, or Virtual Private Network service, is a subscription-based service that will improve your wireless network in a few crucial ways.

To start with, VPNs are designed to make your entire network safer. When you log in to a VPN, all of your online information (including sensitive information, like credit card numbers and e-mails) is tunneled through encrypted servers that VPN service providers set up all over the world. No need to worry about identity thieves, hackers, or snooping government agents when they can’t trace your information.

Secondly – and this is the important part for people trying to stream Netflix Instant where it isn’t available – your VPN service provider allows you to access geographically restricted material. By tunneling all of your information through globally varied servers, you can change your IP address to one in a country of your choosing, effectively tricking your computer into allowing you to go to websites you otherwise wouldn’t be able to.

Want to watch Netflix Instant in Egypt or anywhere in the Middle East? Log in to your VPN, pick an American server, and bam! You get a US-based IP address and you can stream to your heart’s content.

Best VPNs for Netflix US IP Addresses

Best VPN Service Providers for watching Netflix Instant in Egypt

FlashRouter-Ready VPNs for Watching Netflix Instant in Egypt

FlashRouters has done extensive research & VPN testing experience, and some of the most consistent connections & best speeds for US-based IP address from Egypt include IPVanish (owns their own servers), HideMyAss (largest amount of IP addresses), PureVPN (low cost full year plans), and PrivateInternetAccess (lowest monthly price).

But if these VPNs don’t suit you for one reason or another, we have a whole list of FlashRouter-supported VPN service providers which will tell you everything you’d want to know about each provider and what they can do for you.

Enjoy Netflix Instant with a FlashRouter

But if you really want to have the most enjoyable possible Netflix Instant streaming experience as possible, then you’d better get yourself a FlashRouter.

We, at FlashRouters, can offer the best, most versatile, most powerful routers around because we flash them with DD-WRT and Tomato firmware. These replacement firmwares take already intimidating routers and supercharge them, creating all sorts of advanced options for the user, like an extendable wireless range, extra security options, and the ability to allocate your bandwidth as you please (a great feature for people streaming movies and television).

A FlashRouter is also a big boon for VPN users. Hold on to your old router and use our dual router setup (illustrated below) to allow yourself to switch back and forth between your VPN and your local network with ease.

How To Use VPN on a Router

Better yet, if you subscribe to any VPN on our official supported provider list, we’ll send your FlashRouter all set up to work with your VPN. Setting up a VPN on your router can be tricky, so we like to take that hassle off your plate and do it on our own.

Best FlashRouters for Watching Netflix Instant in Egypt

Front & Back view of Linksys Cisco E1200 N300 Wireless Router

No matter what price range you’re in, what level of power or speed you require from your router, we’ve got the device to meet and exceed your needs.

To get a good sense of the routers we offer, we recommend taking a look at our best-selling VPN provider list, or the best DD-WRT routers list. You’re certain to find something that suits you.

Okay, fine, we’ll make a few specific recommendations. If you’re looking for something simple and economical that will vastly improve your wireless network without breaking the bank, we’d tell you to take a look at the Linksys E1200 DD-WRT FlashRouter or the Linksys E2500 Tomato FlashRouter.

But if you’re ready for the big jump, and if you want the one of the baddest, most intensely powerful routers on the block, then you’ve gotta go with the Netgear R7000 DD-WRT FlashRouter. It’s the alpha male of our line.

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postheadericon Irish government’s Freedom of Information website hacked

The Irish government’s Freedom of Information (FOI) website has been targeted by hackers claiming to be connected to the ISIS terror group.

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postheadericon Brutal Honesty Time: I’ve Been Carrying Wrong, And Practicing Wrong

I’ll be the first to admit, I’m far from perfect. My wife would tell you otherwise as she tells me I have a complex where I think I’m always right. Where does that come from? It comes from my insane … Continue reading
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postheadericon Microsoft and Samsung Electronics expand partnership to bring Microsoft services to more customers on more devices

REDMOND, Wash. — March 23, 2015 — Microsoft Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. have expanded their global partnership to bring Microsoft mobile productivity services to more consumers and business customers. Samsung is planning to pre-install Microsoft services and apps on its portfolio of Android devices and will deliver secured mobile productivity for businesses through a new Microsoft Office 365 and Samsung KNOX Business Pack.

Microsoft is committed to reinventing productivity in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. Expanding its cloud-based services to customers in new ways and across platforms and devices is a big part of executing this strategy.

For consumers, pre-installed services* include the following:

  • As disclosed at Mobile World Congress, Samsung will pre-install OneNote, OneDrive and Skype on the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge.
  • In the first half of 2015, Samsung is planning to pre-install Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive and Skype on select Samsung Android tablets.

Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will also come with 100 GB of additional free cloud storage for two years through Microsoft OneDrive, allowing extra storage space.

Businesses that purchase devices through Samsung’s business-to-business sales channels will have access to three versions of Office 365 — Business, Business Premium and Enterprise — coupled with Samsung’s KNOX security solution. The bundle also includes a setup service from Samsung to help businesses get up and running with products and provides ongoing support.

Microsoft Office 365, powered by the cloud, provides businesses with access to familiar Office applications, including email, calendar, videoconferencing and up-to-date documents, all optimized for a seamless experience across any Internet-connected device — from PCs to smartphones and tablets. Samsung KNOX provides a way for customers to easily switch between personal and business profiles on their devices, while helping keep them secure.

“Great things happen when you converge services and devices,” said Peggy Johnson, executive vice president of business development, Microsoft. “Our partnership with Samsung is emblematic of our efforts to bring the best of Microsoft’s productivity services to everyone, on every device, so people can be productive wherever, however and whenever they want.”

“Our goal is to meet the ever-evolving needs of both consumers and business customers and give them more power to discover new mobile experiences,” said SangChul Lee, executive vice president of the Strategic Marketing Office, IT & Mobile Division at Samsung Electronics. “We believe our suite of premium mobile products coupled with Microsoft’s productivity services will offer users the mobility they need in both their personal and business life.”

About Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies, redefining the worlds of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, cameras, digital appliances, printers, medical equipment, network systems, and semiconductor and LED solutions. We are also leading in the Internet of Things space through, among others, our Smart Home and Digital Health initiatives. We employ 307,000 people across 84 countries with annual sales of US $ 196 billion. To discover more, please visit our official website at and our official blog at

About Microsoft

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

*These Microsoft services may vary on Samsung devices by region and channels.

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postheadericon Canada’s “secret hacking tactics” exposed in new report

Canada has been using an array of cyberweapons to gather intelligence, spy on other governments and damage adversary infrastructure, says a new report.

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postheadericon Millions of computers left vulnerable to BIOS chip hack

A vulnerability has been detected in the BIOS chips found in millions of computers which could leave users open to hacking.

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postheadericon Argument Escalates To Gunfire Inside PA Barbershop, Concealed Carrier Steps In And Is Credited With Saving Lives

PHILADELPHIA, PA — An incident inside a crowded West Philadelphia barber shop turned potentially deadly yesterday, when a customer who was arguing with a barber drew a gun and began firing. Police reported that a passer-by heard the gunfire, entered the … Continue reading
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postheadericon Hacker threatens cyberattacks against Detroit over court decision

A hacker going by the name of ‘Bitcoin Baron’ has issued a threat to the city of Detroit after a Wayne County Circuit Court Judge dismissed a police manslaughter charge.

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