Monthly Archives: August 2017

Browser Fingerprinting – What You Need to Know

Most people have never heard of browser fingerprinting before – but it’s a growing problem. Browser fingerprinting is a highly accurate way you can be identified and tracked whenever you go online, even if you’re using a good VPN service and other privacy measures. Luckily there’s a relatively simple solution...

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My VPN connection is randomly disconnecting. What can I do?

My VPN connection is randomly disconnecting. What can I do? ‘Disconnections’ are understandably frustrating and can potentially lead to a compromise of your privacy. Its necessary to have a basic understanding of what causes a VPN connection to disconnect in order to troubleshoot the issue. The client and server...

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Microsoft RDP License Restriction Details

Please keep in mind that home, basic, and premium versions of Windows cannot connect to another end-user operating system. The only versions of Windows operating systems that can use the native version of the rdp protocol to connect to other versions of end-user operating systems are Professional, Enterprise, and...

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NordVPN – The World’s Most Advanced VPN Lie

By Sven Taylor When you examine NordVPN on the surface, it appears to be a good choice. But after thoroughly testing NordVPN for this review, I discovered many problems. The main issues identified through testing and analysis were: IP address leaks (IPv6) WebRTC leaks Fluctuating speeds across the NordVPN server...

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Shady VPN Apps Revealed

In general, VPN apps have proven to be a problematic in terms of privacy and security. There are a few exceptions, but the vast majority of VPN apps you find in the Google Play or Apple stores are dangerous and insecure. One team of researchers published a study on Android VPN apps that...

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Bogus VPN Claims and Features

No Logs – There are a lot of VPN providers claiming to be a “no logs” or “logless” VPN services, but then carefully disclosing the information that is “collected” in their terms. Examples of this include ExpressVPN and PureVPN. Always read the fine print (privacy policy). See this guide for a crash course...

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PureVPN review: Shocking PcWorld Investigation

By Ian Paul Contributor, PCWorld | Aug 25, 2017 1:10 PM PT Here’s the thing about VPNs: They’re built on trust. Before you pay a company to secure your internet traffic you need to trust that it’ll do what it claims. That’s what makes this review so interesting. PureVPN is...

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