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TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm 10-31-20

In Episode 20, HALLOWEEN “FREAK NIGHT OF TECHNOLOGY” from TechTime Radio on KKNW1150am, today on the main segment we are covering the “DARK WEB” and how to get to it and will talk about some of the seedy underground items for sale. We are excited to have our two core segments [Protect Yourself Today] Ransomware Knocks Out Voter Database in Georgia [Top Stories in five minutes] Melania Trump has a body Double in this segment, plus some special Halloween surprises.

“Welcome to TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go “Hummmm” Technology news of the week for October 31st – November 6th 2020.

— [Top News in 5 Minutes]: Starts at 3:48
1) Facebook lifts ban on Newfoundland onion advertisement for seeds deemed “overtly sexual.” Click on the Link to view the Picture that was banned. LINK –

2) Can Technology and Photoshop prove that Melania Trump has a body Double? Let’s talk about Technology making things look real that are not? – People are convinced Hope Hicks is Melania Trump’s ‘body double’

3) Comcast says that Peacock has received nearly 22 million sign-ups since it launched in July

— [Protect Yourself Today]: Starts at 14:30
1) Ransomware Knocks Out Voter Database in Georgia

2) President Trump’s reelection campaign in Wisconsin took a $2.3 million hit from hackers last week, the state’s Republican Party said Thursday.

— [Special Halloween Segment Conspiracy Theories] Segment: Starts at 23:05
A conspiracy story, a 3 step process to know if your susceptible to conspiracy beliefs

— [Mike’s Mesmerizing Moment] Starts at 30:19
A look at conspiracies and why people join in on them

— [Special Halloween Segment ] Main Segment: Starts at 35:55
We are now going to spend a large section of our program talking about the DarkWeb, how you can get on the DarkWeb, How to make sure your safe browsing the DARKWEB, and see what is available on the WIKI underground Market

VPN Companies –

ULTRA VPN – The laws of the State of California apply to this Agreement, including any dispute arising out of or in connection with it or relating to your use of the Services. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods as well as any other similar law, regulation or statute in effect in any other jurisdiction shall not apply.

Norton Secure VPN – Norton says that it has a no-log policy. Big surprise. However, digging into the privacy policy revealed that they do, in fact, log a few things: Subscriber information and mobile device data

IP Vanish – IPVanish does not collect or log any traffic or use of its Virtual Private Network service. However to create an account, you may need to provide certain personal information, such as your name, billing address and e-mail.

VPN by Google One – new service that just shares your information with Google and no one else

Seven Hong-Kong-based VPN providers – UFO VPN, FAST VPN, Free VPN, Super VPN, Flash VPN, Secure VPN, and Rabbit VPN – all share a common entity, which provides a white-labelled VPN service that said it did not log information, they were correct they do not log information they just collect it to sell on the DarkWeb – You can verify by searching “Seven’No Log’ VPN servers”

1) NordVPN “THE RECOMMENDATION” – NordVPN doesn’t keep logs of your activities or any information that could compromise your privacy. Since there are no logs kept, there is no information that they could provide, even if they get a request from third parties such as copyright enforcement agencies.

2) Browsers – DuckDuckGO – go to and download now as safe and secure.

3) TOR – Special Client to get on the Darkweb (More to talk about what TOR is on TTR-Unplugged later this week)

Now You’re Ready to view the DarkWeb – Now you have to find DarkWeb Union Sites – Start by looking for the Hidden WIKI

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