Which VPN on Public WiFi Networks Are You Using? Is It Safe Enough?

Since access to public WiFi is a necessity nowadays, most of the places within the city or even in the suburbs have a public WiFi hotspot you can connect to. Every airport, café, and library has a public WiFi network, but using them is trickier than it looks. Something as simple as checking your email could lead to you getting … Read More

How to Choose the Best VPN for Skype. Get Both Security and Speed

Who hasn’t at least heard of (if not used) Skype, the world’s most popular communication tool? Skype is definitely of the greatest innovations of the Internet era. It has completely transformed the way we do business and the way we talk to family and friends across the globe. Using Skype can be frustrating at times. If you are able access … Read More

Facebook Privacy Scandal – How to Protect Your Data and Not Get Tracked

Recently a massive Facebook privacy scandal broke involving the world’s biggest social network and Cambridge Analytica, a data consultancy company. According to the allegations, the users’ data was used improperly during the US elections campaign in 2016 in order to profile millions of people and then serve custom ads that would influence their voting decision. Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO … Read More

Test DNS Leak: Is Your VPN Service Exposing You on the Internet?

So you’re using a VPN service and are completely certain that it fully protects your online privacy. Would you bet your life on that? Have you heard of something called DNS leak? This means that your ISP or any other device that’s eavesdropping on your traffic can actually see the Internet requests made, as the browser or the apps on … Read More

The Ultimate Guide for Choosing a VPN for Online Shopping

If you think online shopping is always safe – guess again! Your financial information (credit card numbers, personal data) is at stake and you should not skimp on anything to keep that secure from cyber threats. For some years now online shopping is by far the preferred method of buying things during the holidays season and all through the year … Read More

Everything You Need to Know About the FCC Net Neutrality Repeal

As first expressed in 2003 at Columbia University, net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers must treat all data on the Internet the same, and not discriminate or charge differently by user, content, website, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or method of communication. There have been a lot of discussions about net neutrality in the last couple … Read More