Fix Hotspot Shield Disconnects on iPhone, Android, Windows, and Mac Hotspot Shield have established themselves as a major player in the traditional VPN software field. It does what it’s supposed to do – protect you against cyber hackers. But at the same time, it can also slow down your Internet connection and, according to users, Hotspot Shield disconnects and gets … Read More
How to Fix Private Internet Access Connection Issues Private Internet Access is one of the big and popular names when it comes to traditional VPN software apps. However, PIA users are constantly complaining of VPN connections dropping frequently or even not being able to connect to Private Internet Access VPN servers. What good is a secure VPN service if you … Read More
Dealing with HMA VPN Unstable Connections HideMyAss! (HMA) is one of the best known VPN and web proxy services on the market. It works very well and secures your online privacy and protects you against cyber hackers. But at the same time, it can also slow down your Internet connection and also generate disconnects. Users are complaining online about the … Read More
Something Wrong with Your TunnelBear VPN Connection? We all love TunnelBear, both for the secure VPN service they provide and also for the very nice branding they do, with their “bears”. But sometimes you may be running into un”bear”able connection issues when using TunnelBear and just want to make it work properly. Usually, TunnelBear slows down your Internet connection and/or … Read More
What to do when SurfEasy keeps Disconnecting and the VPN won’t stay connected. SurfEasy has a good reputation when it comes to security. But, many users experience a slowdown of their Internet connection, or even worse they keep getting disconnected when trying to use the service. It doesn’t matter how secure a VPN service is if you can’t even use … Read More
There has been a lot of news coverage around the rollback of certain Internet privacy regulations in the US. Not a long while ago, the US Congress voted to allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to monitor and sell the data about the online activity of their customers. So, from this point on, if you don’t want any third parties to have access to what you do online, your best option is to start using a Virtual Private Network (VPN).