4 Reasons Why you Should be Using a Mobile VPN

Alex Gizis About Mobile VPNs, Blog

Why would you use a Mobile VPN like Speedify? Here are 4 top reasons that we hear from our users every day: Safety: Well, for one thing, by encrypting all of your traffic, it keeps you secure even on hotspots you don’t trust. Hackers can’t spy on what you’re doing, or what sites you’re visiting. Location: since your traffic seems … Read More

What makes Speedify faster than other VPNs?

Alex Gizis About Mobile VPNs, Blog

As we saw, other VPNs use old, conventional protocols, like IPSec, PPTP and OpenVPN, that were designed to protect desktop computers from bad guys. Speedify uses a brand new protocol that was designed for today’s mobile devices. Although the Speedify protocol has dozens of improvements over the older conventional VPNs, there are three improvements that really stand out to help … Read More

What is a VPN?

Alex Gizis Blog, Fast Bonding VPN

A VPN stands for “Virtual Private Network”. It’s software that encrypts everything you send or receive from the Internet so that no one can “listen in” and spy on your traffic. See more technical details on Wikipedia. You betcha! Basically, If you’re connecting to any Wi-Fi network you don’t control, realize that anyone can easily mimic it and listen in … Read More

A New Kind of VPN

Scott Ackerman Blog, Fast Bonding VPN

Conventional VPNs are ill suited for today’s mobile-centric world. They are power-hungry, rigid, fragile, and inefficient. They do not account for changes in network environments as you roam between Wi-Fi and cellular connections throughout the day, handle gaps in coverage, or even utilize all available internet connections. We believe you shouldn’t have to compromise on speed when seeking security, or … Read More

How Fast is Speedify?

Alex Gizis Fast Bonding VPN, Featured

A while ago, there was some discussion on Quora about Speedify that CEO, Alex Gizis jumped in and started moderating. Users were asking for the nitty-gritty on what kind of speed improvements they might expect using the Speedify service. Alex decided to drop everything and actually run some tests to show users just the kind of impact Speedify can have. … Read More

(No) Surprise! AT&T is Tracking You Too!

Alex Gizis Fast Bonding VPN, Featured

Yesterday, I blogged about how Verizon Wireless was inserting a “perma-cookie” into their users’ web traffic, so they can track and sell customer browsing data to advertisers. They’re adding  what’s called an X-UIDH header to every HTTP request that you send through their network, and to make matters worse, they’re offering no good way to opt-out of the program. Unfortunately, … Read More