Take a page out of the Scout handbook and be prepared, just in case internet censorship becomes a reality in the coming days.
Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection has been updated with better geo-restriction avoidance and a killswitch for its iOS app.
Kaspersky’s VPN solution will now run natively on Macs running the new M1 silicon.
Internet censorship spiked in 2020 and this table from NordVPN shows how concerning that is.
Economic conditions around the world have forced Mozilla to make a very hard call – letting a quarter of its workforce go.
One VPN provider cited COVID-19-related staff changes as to why it was not able to secure user data, resulting in a massive leak.
A VPN will allow Afrihost, Axxess and Webafrica customers to get around the current DDoS attacks.
The test is limited to the US for now but Firefox Private Network may soon be available in other countries. At least for testing.
The VPN forms part of the Opera 51 for Android release.
Zimbabweans have resorted to using a VPN to access sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
After a year long search for a simple, clean VPN I think I’ve found the service I’ll be using for the foreseeable future.
Despite being on of the larger streaming services around, Netflix still has to deal with licensing issues.
If you’re feeling guilty about using an ad-blocker but still want to maintain your privacy, TrackOFF offers a great middle-ground.
You no longer need to fork out every month to make it seem like you’re browsing from another country, all you need is an Opera browser.
Borderless Internet has confirmed that subscribers currently can’t use it to access Netflix.
There are plenty of ways to get around Netflix’s region blocking, and I found a better one.
Anybody using a VPN/geo-unblocker that routes through the US, the UK, Canada or Belgium might have problems accessing Netflix.
The service which once bragged about being able to get around Netflix geo-blocking is now calling itself a defender of privacy.