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2 million YouTube channels removed with 87% of channels promoting scams
According to Atlas VPN investigation, Google’s video platform YouTube removed 1.98 million channels between January and March of 2020. In 87.5% of the cases, the channels were terminated due to promoting scams, sending out spam, or posting misleading content.
Are VPNs legal everywhere?
Are VPNs legal? It’s one of the first questions that come to mind before deciding to use them. Given the implications of breaking the law…
How to find your router IP address
Your router IP address is the essential component of the home router configuration. Without the period-separated string, you cannot change…
What is ransomware?
Ransomware viruses claim the throne as one of the most rampant and financially devastating infections. Hackers pursue a relatively simple…
Deep web and dark web? The invisible internet realms
Misunderstandings involving the deep web and dark web have always sparked the interest of the internet community. Some regard them as…
Over 150,000 COVID-related fraud reports submitted to the US Government YTD
According to data analyzed by the Atlas VPN research team, Americans reported 152,129 coronavirus-related fraud cases since the start of the year. These reports reveal that citizens lost more than $97.39 million to COVID-19 and stimulus check scams.
Principles to know about WebRTC and how to disable it
WebRTC is the standard component of browsers that permits real-time communications and peer-to-peer sharing. It powers the multimedia…
How to use Atlas VPN to stream your favorite sports events
Some sports streaming events have set geographical boundaries, making them available only in specific locations. Most streaming websites log IP addresses to determine the user's location.