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The 5 BEST VPN for Torrenting and P2P file sharing -By Caroline B

Torrent use can be a wonderful thing, but in the eyes of the government, it is piracy central that needs to be shut down. Aside from the heat torrents produce, I personally feel they can be used for more positive means, such as large company file transfers. 549 more words


Review of ExpressVPN

As I mentioned in my travel post, I used a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to get on the internet in China. This service is essential if you are staying in China for a significant length of time. 1,819 more words


All about VPNs

As most of you know, the “Great Fire Wall of China” prevents social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from being used in China. 345 more words

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You joined a botnet if you use this VPN service

It’s dastardly brilliant.

Users of the virtual private network Hola got more than they bargained for when they signed up for accounts. When they enrolled in the popular free Israel-based VPN service—presumably to conceal their IP addresses to circumvent Internet restrictions abroad, or to evade eavesdroppers—they actually inadvertently enlisted their devices in a robot army. 661 more words


Hotspot Shield VPN Elite 4.15.1 Incl Patch

Hotspot Shield VPN Elite 4.15.1 Incl Patch latest release really the world’s most reliable internet security solution. With over seventy-five million downloads, Hotspot Shield VPN pertaining to Windows secures a lot more Windows machines than any competitor VPNs. 42 more words

Declare Your Freedome & iPad Mini Giveaway

In my post last week, What You Don’t Know About Online Security Can Harm You, I wote about online privacy and the security risks associated with connecting to, and using public Wi-Fi. 417 more words


'Perimeter security' for corporate networks is outdated, says Google, as it adopts new model

Google is in the process of a radical change in its approach to IT security, reports the WSJ, moving its data from protected internal networks out onto the Internet. 333 more words

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