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VPN services 2018: The ultimate guide to protecting your data on the internet

Added: 23.02.2018 12:52 | 1 views | 0 comments

Whether you're in the office or on the road, a VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet.

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Ivacy VPN review: A competent VPN that doesn't mind cryptocurrencies

Added: 20.02.2018 7:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

Ivacy in brief:
P2P allowed: Yes
Business location: Singapore
Number of servers: 459+*
Number of country locations: 55
Cost: $40 (billed annually)
VPN protocol: IKEv2 (default)
Data encryption: AES-256-CBC
Data authentication: MS-Chap v2
Handshake Encryption: SHA-II
* Includes virtual server locations
When you look at VPN services for regular users, you don’t often see purpose-based server recommendations, such as “use this server for streaming and this one for downloading.” Ivacy VPN, a 10-year-old service officially based in Singapore, stands out by doing just that. (It’s not the only service to take this tack— has a similar purpose-based approach—but it’s still rare.)


'Information warfare': How Russians interfered in 2016 election

Added: 16.02.2018 18:15 | 0 views | 0 comments

Fake social media accounts, identify theft, VPNs: Mueller's indictment shows how Russia meddled in the 2016 election, disparaging Clinton and boosting Trump.


VPN Unlimited review: Good speeds, but what's with that map?

Added: 16.02.2018 7:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

VPN Unlimited in brief:
P2P allowed: Yes
Number of servers: 400+
Business location: United States and Ukraine
Number of country locations: 51
Cost: $49.99
KeepSolid’s VPN Unlimited is interesting. It’s a typical VPN service, to be sure, but the company appears to see it as one service in a larger toolkit. In addition to VPN Unlimited, KeepSolid offers a roadmap planning app, an eSignature solution, a privacy-centric browser for mobile, and other services.


How to roll your own VPN on Windows

Added: 15.02.2018 6:30 | 0 views | 0 comments

A virtual private network (VPN) service is a good way to secure your web traffic and keep it private from snoops like a nosy internet service provider or passive government surveillance. One problem with VPN services, however, is that you have to implicitly trust that your VPN provider isn’t doing something shady such as monitoring the sites you visit.
That’s why for the extra privacy-conscious a third-party VPN won’t do. The alternative then is to create your own VPN on a private virtual server that you control using a project such as from security firm Trail of Bits. 


Facebook’s latest privacy debacle points to larger problem: Trust

Added: 15.02.2018 0:24 | 0 views | 0 comments

The social network is in hot water over a VPN security app it owns called Onavo reportedly spying on users. But Facebook’s issues are deeper than that.

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How to watch international coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics

Added: 14.02.2018 18:15 | 0 views | 0 comments

The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing, but watching online via NBC can be more pain than its worth. Fortunately, there are other ways of watching your favorite sports: You can use a VPN to view streams from Canada, Australia, and (for some), the United Kingdom, as long as you don't mind coverage not focused on American competitors.
will likely work with the Australian and Canadian streams, but if you don't already have a provider, here's a rundown of three VPNs that will work—including a free option. We've also got details on connecting with BBC's iPlayer, because that one's a little trickier.


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