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VPN protocol WireGuard now has an official macOS app

WireGuard could be the most promising VPN protocol in years. It lets you establish a connection with a VPN server that is supposed to be faster, more secure and more flexible at the same time. The developers launched a brand new app in the Mac App Store today. WireGuard isn’t a VPN service, it’s a ...

Take an extra 15% off select VPNs this weekend

02.17.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

It's no secret that there are a number of threats you could encounter when you go online — and no, we're not talking about that one weird Reddit thread you wish you could unsee. Malware, viruses, hackers, and other innovative forms of attack al... ...

Need a VPN to watch Netflix? TorGuard is ace and 50% off with this promo code.

02.15.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

Net Neutrality has been a corpse for nearly a year now, but we've gotten lucky: The **** storm we expected with internet providers slowing our speed or ******** with torrenting hasn't really hit us. Though there's a slight glimmer of hope, we aren't ... ...

Avoid the buzzkill of buffering with NordVPN for just £2.33 a month

02.15.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

A Virtual Private Network, or VPN, extends a private network across a public network, meaning that all the data you send and receive across a network remains hidden. It's not the easiest thing to get your head around. It can be helpful to imagine a V... ...

Celebrate IPVanish’s birthday with 2 years of protection for just £2.87 a month

02.14.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

Your birthday only comes around once a year so you are well within your rights to celebrate, if that's your sort of thing. You might be the kind of person that invites everyone over for a dinner party, or you might prefer to book a venue where everyo... ...

No, Tencent isn’t about to burn Reddit down

Ahoy, it’s doom and gloom for Reddit after the company welcomed investment from Chinese censorship overlord Tencent. Well, not quite. The reality is, in fact, it’s quite the opposite. In recruiting the company behind one of the internet’s largest and vibrant social networks — chat app WeChat — and countless blockbuster games, Reddit has pulled off ...

Opera adds a free VPN to its Android browser app

Opera became the first browser-maker to bundle a VPN with its service, and now that effort is expanding to mobile. The company announced today that its Android browser app will begin offering a free VPN. The feature will be rolled out to beta users on a gradual basis. The VPN is free and unlimited, and it ...