What is VPN Gateway?

by Adam Gill September 5, 2016

VPN Gateway is one of the popular networking devices that are utilized by users to connect two or more devices or network in a VPN infrastructure. Multiple remote sites can be connected or communicated with the use of VPN Gateway. This networking device can also be used to connect multiple VPNs, which is another exciting […]

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New Online Fingerprinting Threats

by Adam Gill August 6, 2016

Online companies will never stop looking for ways to track Internet users because each one is a potential shopper that they can feed ads to and make a few bucks. Most netizens are fully aware of cookies and the other usual trackers, and there are a slew of browser plugins and extensions that can block […]

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What does VPN offer?

by Adam Gill August 6, 2016

There are a lot of features that VPN offer and if you are someone like me then you should definitely go through this article and understand more about all the different features that you get from a VPN service. VPN service has a lot to offer for the subscriber and let us discuss one by […]

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Best iPhone VPN

by Adam Gill July 16, 2016

Apple iPhone is one of the leading smartphones in the industry and there are millions of people using them all over the world. There are a lot of attractive applications and features that come with iPhone and you could also update your iPhone on a regular basis. All of us use internet service on our […]

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Virtual Reality Levels Up Data Mining

by Adam Gill July 10, 2016

Are you excited to own your own virtual reality device? If you are concerned about your privacy, you might want to think again. When Oculus Rift hit the shelves at the end of March this year, it was not just providing a 110″ field of view with a 90 HZ refresh rate and an OLED […]

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What’s Behind VPN Regulation?

by Adam Gill July 10, 2016

Since personal VPNs have become popular tools for providing encryption to ordinary Internet users, governments have scrambled for ways to make them illegal. One popular strategy for gaining ground in the argument for VPN regulation has been to put VPNs in a bad light so that they can become the enemy. This has so far […]

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Are You Being Leveraged By an Illegal Botnet?

by Adam Gill July 5, 2016

Criminal botnets are one of the very sad and scary aspects of our Internet. Just as our communities have their typical criminal elements, our Internet has these robot networks that serve online criminal gangs. Illegal botnets are usually set up to help cybercriminals access financial information that they can use to steal from users, but […]

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Swedish File Sharers Need VPNs in Response to Police Crackdowns

by Adam Gill July 5, 2016

The Swedish Post and Telecoms Authority began an effort late last month to stop peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing in the country. With the help of the local police force, they plan to punish P2P file sharers. At least one ISP has denied the authorities’ requests for subscriber data, but the case may go to court. […]

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Are You Being Leveraged By an Illegal Botnet?

by Adam Gill June 30, 2016

Criminal botnets are one of the very sad and scary aspects of our Internet. Just as our communities have their typical criminal elements, our Internet has these robot networks that serve online criminal gangs. Illegal botnets are usually set up to help cybercriminals access financial information that they can use to steal from users, but […]

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A Truly Private and Secure Android Phone?

by Adam Gill June 30, 2016

The tech buzz in early May surrounded the UnaPhone Zenith, purported to be the first truly private Android phone. Phone manufacturer Elephone is working with Tutanoa, a secure webmail provider, to produce this smartphone that puts privacy first. We wanted to check it out, so here is our take on what should be a truly […]

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