Unblock websites at school or work with VPN

November 6, 2015

Perhaps you heard some voices telling that VPNs should be banned, because they dont want you to unblock websites at school or work with VPN, as they might hide persons that do not have the best intentions. But, if VPNs are banned, what will happen to our privacy and intimacy over the Internet. (more…)

Safe Browsing the Internet in Kenya with Free VPN

October 29, 2015

Kenya is still one of those countries that do not limit their Internet access, use censorship or filtering system. But, the country did adopt a law, which is a bit controversial, about the use of technology and communication. (more…)

Best free VPN for USA

October 20, 2015

We might all think that there is no such thing as Internet censorship in America. They are fierce promoters of the freedom of speech and expression, so the authorities should have minimal influence over the Internet here.
Still, you may be amazed to find (more…)

VPN for Oman

September 18, 2015

Whether you travel to Oman on a vacation, or you wish to start a business here, you will notice that many websites are blocked for access. Oman has an intensive filtering system that closes down all websites that are considered to be dangerous for the population. More precisely, authorities target websites with (more…)

Access websites with VPN Dubai

August 31, 2015

vpn for dubaiWhile many countries use VPN services as a mean of protecting personal data and privacy, while using the Internet, you will be surprised to find out that VPN Dubai is illegal in the United Arab Emirates. (more…)


August 10, 2015

ssl vpn

What is SSL VPN?

SSL VPN (Secure Socket Layer Virtual Private Network) is a one variety of VPN connection technique, allows users to remotely access restricted network resources via a secure and authenticated though with SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol. SSL VPN does not require the installation of specialized client software on the end user’s device. It’s similar to used in normal HTTPS connections on Web Browsers. (more…)

Unblock Facebook with VPN

August 6, 2015

In many countries, Facebook is blocked because the local authorities consider it a danger to the local population. Either they state that indecent material can be found on it, or messages that contradict their political beliefs, in any way they proceeded to block the social network. Thus, people that live in these countries are denied their rights to keep connected with other people in the same community or around the world. (more…)

What happened in Turkey two days prior to Twitter blocking?

July 29, 2015

Most of us cannot imagine their lives without Twitter. Not only does it help in remaining connected to the people we love, but it also makes the perfect environment for following the individuals we admire or to boost our businesses. Still, there are some countries that believe Twitter is harmful, leading to its ban. Turkey is one of the countries that decided to block access to Twitter, entering the group of countries that use censorship in the sphere of Internet and free access to information. (more…)

China appreciates technology but not so much Internet

Well, of course, this is the idea of the Chinese government, who instituted censorship on the Internet connections within the country’s territory. If you would ask the people in the country, they probably won’t be too happy about this aspect. But it is very hard to fight against such a powerful current, like the government of China. (more…)

Internet Censorship in Nigeria

July 5, 2015

We heard about so many countries already, which implemented Internet censorship, in order to control what type of content the citizens of the state access. Thus, all the websites they consider inappropriate are banned, including social media networks like YouTube or Facebook. So what seems to be normal for everyone to enjoy, in other countries, is forbidden in Nigeria. (more…)

Private networks are starting to get blocked in China

April 6, 2015

China’s siege over the freedom of Internet now affects the private networks as well. Authorities have found a sophisticated technology that can carefully monitor every move. (more…)

The freedom of the Internet in Saudi Arabia with VPN

March 15, 2015

There is news everywhere that more countries are restricting the Internet access, due to various causes. Saudi Arabia is one of those countries that chose to put a censorship on the Internet. So if you ever travel there, don’t be astonished when you will notice that access to some web pages is restricted, showing you a message saying “Sorry, the requested page is unavailable”. You won’t have to worry that the page is down, is just the restrictions placed by the local Government. Perhaps only a good VPN service can help you, in this case, permitting access where most Saudi Arabia inhabitants do not have. (more…)

Internet censorship in Pakistan

March 7, 2015

We love the internet and we love using it on a daily basis. A lot of people use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to get in touch with friends. Some cannot live without it and some even use media platforms to advertise their products. Think just one second if Facebook, Twitter and Youtube blocked in your country.g


Freedom of Speech Through VPNs

March 5, 2015

In order to understand what the connection between freedom of speech and VPN, we must first look at the definition of VPN. VPN stands for Virtual Private Network that allows people to access networks outside of the controller of the network, e.g a government. VPN allows people the world over to access websites such as Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and other global websites. There are a number of countries that have set up firewalls that disable their citizens from accessing such sites as well as even government sites. (more…)

Increased firewall protection in China affects VPN providers

February 26, 2015

In recent times, some of the most reputable VPN providers worldwide have noticed they are encountering problems down in China. Users have reported weak connectivity, especially on mobile devices. Because VPN allows anyone to access uncensored information over the Internet, is this attempt at strengthening the firewall as a way to censure the people? (more…)

We are with our Iranian Friends with 10GB free VPN

September 24, 2014

We are hearing some news from Iran that the supreme court has decided to ban Whatsapp, Tango and Viber applications in Iran. After the news we had a crush meeting with our company management about helping our Iranian friends. At the end of the meeting, we have decided to give free 3 GBs of VPN usage until the end of the year. For using this additional quota you don’t have to do anything, our system will identify Iranian ips and automatically assign this additional quota to your account.

As individuals and a VPN company we are supporting free speech and an open internet. Best wishes, for world to be more open and more free….