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Is hardware VPN an option for you?
A hardware VPN refers to physical objects that perform functions identical to its software counterpart. While less-known today, these…
Why targeted online ads are risky and intrusive
Online ads integration can be seamless or take a more direct, in-your-face approach. Nowadays, browsing would be incomplete without dozens…
Americans report 168k imposter scam cases amounting to $300m in losses YTD
According to data extracted and analyzed by Atlas VPN, the United States residents reported 168,818 imposter scam cases amounting to $299.9 million in losses in the first half of 2020.
Learn how to delete Google Voice Search history
Okay, Google: delete Google voice search history. Instead of typing search queries, you might simply give Google a verbal command. However…
How to find free Wi-Fi and stay safe
Most users are always on the lookout for free Wi-Fi. The reason is simple: the hunt for public hotspots helps consumers save money on mobile…
Hackers earned nearly $45 million from bounties in the last 12 months
In popular culture, hackers are often associated with bad guys. However, just as there are criminal hackers, there exist ethical hackers who help organizations find security vulnerabilities. According to data acquired by Atlas VPN, ethical hackers earned $44,754,742 million collectively from bug bounties in the last 12 months.
Why you should revisit smart TV privacy settings
A smart TV has become an irreplaceable gadget in millions of households. However, the homely cinematic atmosphere should not overshadow the…
Gamers hit with over 14 million credential stuffing attacks daily
According to data presented by the Atlas VPN research team, gamers are hit with 14.02 million credential stuffing attacks daily. A successful credential abuse attack steals the victim's account and puts the owner's credit card information as well as in-game assets at risk.