Reasons to Get a VPN Service Today

September 9, 2015

It may be true that the constantly emerging technology can be quite hard to handle, especially when it comes to choosing the most suitable options in your case. And when it is about something you never heard before, it may be even trickier to assimilate all the info you need to know, just to make a decision about what to choose. (more…)

Privacy Protection Services targeted from authorities

August 13, 2015

It is not a secret that some authorities are feeling uncomfortable knowing that so many people out there is VPNs (Privacy Protection Services) to protect their data and identity. Thus, they are unrolling considerable efforts to crack the encryption used by VPNs. (more…)

Bitcoin and VPNs

August 3, 2015

You probably think what the connection between the bitcoin and VPN networks is. One is an electronic mean of payment and the other is a private Internet network service. Well, there is a connection between these two, and it regards beneficiating the services offered by VPNs, by paying for them in a very private manner. As you may know, or even be in such a situation, some countries have Internet censorship, and the use of VPNs is not much appreciated either. Thus, if you wish to enjoy privacy and undisturbed access online, with the help of VPNs, and make the service payment in a way no one can track your transaction, here is what you need to know. (more…)

Protection from hackers with VPN

April 25, 2015

The Internet todays can be a very insecure environment, regardless of the fact that it gives us a lot of resources. Hackers have been existing since the Internet first appeared, so there is nothing new about the matter. But their numbers and their attacks have been multiplying in the past years, putting in danger our personal identity and integrity while working online. Hackers don’t seem to make a difference between a private user and a company, attacking whatever he may find interesting. (more…)

WebRTC may be leaking your real IP even with VPN!

April 24, 2015

WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an API that supports browser applications for voice calling, video chat, and P2P file sharing without the need any of plugins. Among the most popular browsers, Firefox and Chrome supports WebRTC. Internet Explorer and other browsers has no native support but there are plugins available that add support for WebRTC.