Private Internet Access VPN

by Mike on July 16, 2016

in VPN Reviews

All of us want to make use of the best services in the industry and this applies even to VPN and one of the most reliable and top service providers in the market is Private Internet Access VPN. There are a lot of positive aspects that attribute to the success of this particular service provider. It is not easy to find the best service provider because of the competition and the number of players in the industry. The industry is very tough and so it is crucial for all of us to get what we want. Private Internet Access VPN definitely stands alone in the crowd of VPN companies and we will explain to you all the factors that make this VPN one of the best in the field. [click to continue…]

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Make your Wi-Fi secure

by Mike on July 10, 2016

in Security

Wi-Fi internet networks are used all over the world in various locations and at the moment, without it none of us could work or do anything. The situation has changed a lot from early days when the kind of internet network was totally different compared to the present generation. Nowadays every single one of us has smartphones and tablets and Wi-Fi is the best way to surf the internet using these handheld gadgets. The presence of smartphones and tablets has made our jobs quite simple, easy and on the go. This has enhanced business connectivity and has also improved the quality of living which is exactly what most of us are looking for. Wi-Fi has a long list of benefits and it is very attractive for sure. But one major problem faced by all of us who use Wi-Fi network is the lack of internet security and that is why we need to make our Wi-Fi secure. [click to continue…]

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Social media is creepy enough when you think about all the people who can review your profile, monitor your activities and track your movements. But it has just gotten worse with the launch this year of two apps that take personal data analysis to the next level. There’s a fairly new app in Russia called FindFace that scans photos and matches them to profiles on the most popular Russian social media platform VK, formerly known as VKontakte. The algorithm used for this app signals the dawn of a new era in social apps that spells disaster for privacy. Google just launched their smart messaging app called Allo, which has its own version of Siri that listens to everything and sends it back to Google. Both of these apps pose serious privacy concerns for their users. [click to continue…]

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Linkedin is still suffering from the major data breach four years ago that leaked 6.5 million encrypted user passwords on a Russian crime forum. That was just the beginning. The breach was not properly handled, and the hacker behind it is now selling 117 million email and password pairs on the dark web marketplace for five Bitcoins, equivalent to about 2,300 US dollars. Data breaches happen all the time, and they have lately gotten much bigger and bolder. Online companies most especially need to be more vigilant to protect their users from multi-fold attacks. Some companies like Netflix and Facebook regularly scan user profiles for re-used passwords that have been stolen in hacks. Users may not be too happy about having to swap out passwords, but security advocates are relieved that companies are making this pre-emptive move. [click to continue…]

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CTO Josh Gagliardi of IPVanish had a Secure Session a couple of weeks ago with reporter and blogger Jenna McLaughlin of The Intercept. McLaughlin has recently reported on national security hacking threats, the Islamic State, increasing government surveillance powers, and social media controversy over privacy versus counter-terrorism data mining. This is our take on part of the 6th Secure Sessions episode which covers a discussion about secret Internet surveillance powers, and the government’s lack of technical knowledge in deliberating issues relating to technology. [click to continue…]

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Best French IP VPN service providers

by Mike on May 5, 2016

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Are you a French citizen living outside your country? or are you a person of a different nationality who loves French? French language is one of the most popular ones in the world and many of us love it. Not only that, French TV channels, TV shows, movies and other video contents can be viewed outside the country only if you are signed up for a reliable French IP VPN. French channels are quite popular and there are a lot of French nationals living outside their country and for all these people, best French IP VPN is the only way to access all the French websites. [click to continue…]

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Improve Security on iPad with VPN

by Mike on April 15, 2016

in ipad VPN

Apple iPad is one of the most popular tablets in the market and it has a special place in all households and business organizations. This particular device provides a lot of attractive and high quality features that no other tablet can offer. But just like any other tablet even this tablet lacks security. If you are using the internet on an unsecure device such as this then your data and device will be at risk. Online risks and threats caused by hackers, snoopers, phishers and other fraudsters is very risky and you could lose all your finances and other valuable files to fraudsters in no time. This shows why there is a need for maximum security and anonymity. [click to continue…]

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How to access US content in China

by Mike on April 14, 2016

in China VPN

There are a lot of US citizens living in China and these people love to watch their favorite US contents and not to forget the demand for US websites all over the world. US websites are very popular and most of the popular video streaming websites in the world are US video streaming websites. Most of the video, music streaming websites is based out of US and if you want to access them you should be living in the US. Living in China you won’t be able to access the US websites because of your location. All the US websites will track the identity of the visitor and based on it, the user will be able to access the website. If you are from a different country then your access to the website will be rejected due to geo-restriction. [click to continue…]

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April VPN Updates

by Mike on April 8, 2016

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This month, StrongVPN has new servers for their network and is offering a year-long discount on some of their VPN plans. IPVanish has two new partners and now offers over 500 VPN servers all over the world. IPVanish has also released an update for their Android app. VyprVPN continues beta testing their VyprVPN Server and updates us on its key features. IAPS Security is now offering Verizon Fios VPN lines to unblocker services that are no longer able to provide access to sites such as Netflix. IAPS is also offering free access to their residential VPN network for all active military personnel. Read on for more details on these great updates from our favorite VPN providers.

StrongVPN Adds New Servers and Offers 15% Discount

Nineteen new servers have been added to the StrongVPN network in nine different cities all around the world. First, we have the European servers. There is one OpenVPN server str-gtw301 in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Amsterdam, Netherlands has four new PPTP / L2TP / SSTP servers and one new OpenVPN server. The former are vpn-ba9, vpn-ba11, vpn-ba12 and vpn-ba13 while the latter is vpn-ba10. Milan, Italy got two new PPTP / L2TP / SSTP servers, str-mxp101 and str-mxp301. Molkom, Sweden, has two new OpenVPN servers, str-ksd301 and vpn-ys2. Manchester, UK has one new PPTP / L2TP / SSTP server, str-man101 and one new OpenVPN server, str-man301. Moving on now to the US, Chicago, Illinois has one new OpenVPN server, str-ord301. New York, New York, has two new PPTP / L2TP / SSTP servers, str-jfk103 and str-jfk203. Phoenix, Arizona has two new OpenVPN servers, vpn-px2 and str-phx301. Finally, Asia has two new OpenVPN servers, vpn-tk3 and vpn-tk4, both located in Tokyo, Japan. [click to continue…]

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TPP Signed and Sealed

by Mike on March 23, 2016

in News

The Trans-Pacific Partnership was signed on February 4th this year in Auckland, New Zealand. This trade agreement, perhaps the biggest secret and most controversial one ever made, binds 12 countries that together carry over 40% of the world’s economy. The TPP, denounced by privacy advocates and independent organizations for its secretiveness and threat to freedoms, has only to be ratified by these signatories to come into effect. This may not be completed until the end of this year, but we have only a loss of privacy and security to look forward to. [click to continue…]

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