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An introduction to CyberSecurity and VPNs

There are certain anonymous hacker groups, most of them work for government organisations of various countries. They have access to special equipment and probably clusters of computers.

Cookies are little pieces of information used by web browsers and web servers for identifying the logged in user and displaying appropriate information. However hackers steal these session cookies and use for different purposes. Their intent definitely evil, why would they steal session cookies?

Although cookies are encrypted, modern computing tools and hackers gigs are able to easily crack.

VPNs add an extra layer of encryption. In most scenarios, even VPNs encryption layer might not be enough when targeted by these organized crime units = mafia! Does not matter which countries spies (R&AW – India’s spying organization) are the culprits, when they do organized crime, they can be called mafia.

There are few different options for free self-hosted VPN software, my favorite are WireGuard and OpenVPN.

Wireguard: Fast, easy to setup etc…

OpenVPN: Slightly slow, extra layers of security, plenty of tweaks via configuration etc…

I might not be able to stop them completely from session hijacking, but at least the task won’t be easy. i.e instead spending 1 – 2$ for cracking, they might end up spending 40 – 50$ for hacking every single time i.e this is based on associated costs in a cloud computing environment. Either way, I am making their task little harder.

People who chose crime for a living made a conscious choice, now they must face the law for making the choice. What they did was NOT pardonable, they must suffer the consequences for their actions.

Tomorrow, I am doing live video on my startup’s youtube channel. I am going to talk about the above topics, show some implementation / customization details. In other words raise awareness – if needed consult for free or low costs for small startups and SME’s.

In the past in several blog posts I have talked about cybersecurity and I have spent several hours 50 – 100 hours. I want to distill this information and help other startups and SME’s.

I don’t have any fake aliases, nor any virtual aliases like some of the the psycho spy R&AW traitors of India. NOT associated – “ass”, eass, female “es”, “eka”, “ok”, “okay”, “is”, “erra”, yerra, karan, kamalakar, diwakar, kareem, karan, sowmya, zinnabathuni, bojja srinivas (was a friend and batchmate 1998 – 2002), mukesh golla (was a friend and classmate 1998 – 2002), thota veera, uttam’s, bandhavi’s, bhattaru’s, thota’s, bojja’s, bhattaru’s or Arumilli srinivas or Arumilli uttam (may be they are part of a different Arumilli family – not my family).

Mr. Kanti Kalyan Arumilli

Arumilli Kanti Kalyan, Founder & CEO
Arumilli Kanti Kalyan, Founder & CEO

B.Tech, M.B.A






Founder & CEO, Lead Full-Stack .Net developer

ALight Technology And Services Limited

ALight Technologies USA Inc




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