ProtonMail is auctioning a Lifetime Account to support WireGuard – ProtonMail Bloghttps://protonmail.com/blog/lifetime-account-supporting-wireguard/We launched our free VPN service, ProtonVPN, in 2017 to ensure that the Internet lives up to its promise of freedom of information. WireGuard is a new VPN protocol that is worthy of our support. This holiday season, we are giving back to organizations that are furthering our shared cause of online privacy and …
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Opera VPN app to be permanently discontinued as of April 30th, 2018.https://www.operavpn.comWe’re discontinuing the Opera VPN app for iOS and Android on April 30, 2018. But don’t worry. We’re helping to make sure your privacy is still looked after.
The #1 reason Facebook won’t ever change – Om Malikhttps://om.co/2018/02/20/the-1-reason-facebook-wont-ever-change/?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethitsFacebook’s (much deserved) media nightmare continued this week when it came under criticism for spamming members who signed up for two-factor authentication. This was followed by charges that its Protect VPN software (based on its Onava CDN) was essentially corporate spyware. The collective outrage over Facebook and its actions might result in a lot of talk, but it won’t really change Facebook, its ethos, and its ethics.
Facebook VPN ‘Onavo Protect’ Collects User Data Spawning Privacy Concernshttps://www.idropnews.com/news/fast-tech/facebook-releases-vpn-spawning-privacy-concerns/63325/In 2013, Facebook acquired Onavo, which developed the popular VPN and data security service. However, it’s now available as part of the Facebook app. Essentially, Facebook uses the service to gather data from its users. It will then analyse this information in a bid to “improve Facebook products and services”.
The Best VPNs for BitTorrent – Encryption – Productshttp://sea.pcmag.com/encryption-products/16371/guide/the-best-vpns-for-bittorrentA VPN protects your web traffic from prying eyes, but some won’t let you indulge in your BitTorrent habit. Here are the best VPNs that allow you to use the popular file-sharing service.
Protect Yourself With a Free VPN Service | PCMag.comhttps://www.pcmag.com/roundup/285788/the-best-free-vpn-services?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=whatsnewnow&utm_medium=titleRegardless of your choice, the important thing to understand is that you need a VPN. It’s a simple way to make your personal information much safer. In general, I prefer providers that use OpenVPN—it’s a tested standard, and it’s a lot better than the common (and older) PPTP. If PPTP is the only option, or you can’t figure out which protocol the VPN uses, that’s reason for concern.
ProtonMail makes its free VPN service available to everyonehttps://www.engadget.com/2017/06/20/protonmail-releases-free-vpn-to-public/The MIT and CERN scientists who created encrypted email service ProtonMail are back with a new product: VPN.
The best VPNs 2017 | TechConnecthttp://www.techconnect.com/article/3189887/internet/the-best-vpns-2017.html?idg_eid=412374c121fe539738655f52ae490f8f&email_SHA1_lc=f6d5fe2a378ea202f8af35117edcb06be2465c6d&cid=tcon_nlt_techconnect_daily_2017-04-14&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TechConnect%20Daily%202017-04-14&utm_term=techconnect_dailyIf you’re concerned about online privacy, a virtual private network (VPN) will help keep snoopers at bay. We round up the best VPN services for hiding your location online and allowing you to access blocked content and blocked sites.2