Category: anonymity

At Least 39 Vpns Are Tracking Your Internet Activity

The reason that most people invest in a VPN is because they want to feel safer online. VPNAccounts.com has discovered a disturbing fact. Some VPN providers are giving their clients the opposite of internet privacy by logging user data. We found that at least 39 VPNs and possibly many more keep logs and track your…




Can Vpn Providers Be Trusted?

We’re going to assume you know how bad it can be to use a free VPN. What some people might not know is that it is also important for you to be able to trust your paid VPN provider. At the end of the day your VPN is only as good as the company supplying…




China Is Using Vpn To Conduct Disinformation Campaign

China has recently been accused of using a VPN to spread disinformation on social media. Most of the posts have apparently been made in response to the Hong Kong protests taking place in the Summer of 2019. While it may not seem strange that another superpower is trying to influence public opinion on social media,…




Famous Poker Pro Advocates Vpn For Online Gambling

Ever since the infamous Black Friday in the US it has been illegal for most US citizens to play online poker. There are a few exceptions such as Nevada which allows online poker, and some states are thinking about legalizing the game. In the meantime there are US players who use a VPN to access…




How Free Public Wifi May Be Costing You Money

Pretty much everyone that uses the Internet has connected to public WiFi at some point. The coffee shop. The library. Your school. All of these could offer free public WiFi. Our society has become one that likes to browse the Internet on the go with phones and tablets. A free network allows the user to…




Best Secure Messaging Apps In 2019

Messaging apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, and Snapchat are very popular ways to stay in touch with family and friends. These free to use apps are available in many parts of the world, but there are some exceptions. In restricted areas you can usually use the messaging app by connecting to a VPN. A VPN will…




New Survey Shows Why People Choose a VPN

There are many reasons why people choose a VPN for Internet browsing. Some people need a VPN to unblock websites that restricted based on geographical location. Some want to know that their browsing history is kept private. All are valid reasons, but there may be one reason that is more important that the others. Security….




UK Porn Ban – VPN to unblock Porn

The UK has taken measures to restrict porn viewing by underage Internet users. According to The Sun, porn sites will soon be required to use age verification methods to require users to prove they are old enough to view porn. While everyone can agree that porn sites should not be viewed by minors, some are…




Using The Wrong Vpn Can Be Dangerous

Quite a few people understand the benefits of using a VPN. What many of them might not know is that choosing the wrong VPN can be even worse than using no VPN at all. Some services may increase your exposure to security threats. Here are some important things to consider when choosing your VPN provider….




Using Bitcoin to Buy VPN

If you use a VPN, it is probably one of two reasons that compels you to do so. Either you wish to increase your personal privacy or you want to unblock Skype, WhatsApp, Netflix or some similar app that is restricted in whatever part of the world you might find yourself in. Both of these…