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A no log VPN is a false promise or a reality?
Claiming that your product falls into the no log VPN category is no idle matter. In some cases, the no-logging argument is a part of convincing but deceptive marketing campaigns.
IoT Devices at Risk of Compromising your Digital Identity
IoT devices have reinvented both home and office environments. With such high-tech assistants, people discover comfort and accessibility on a whole new level.
What is Cloud VPN Exactly?
The label Cloud VPN usually refers to a specific type of VPN technology that focuses on securing the cloud and its resources. While this is the traditional, widespread definition, the industry does not shy away from deliberately modifying its meaning.
39% of Spam Emails Offer Fake Medical Products
According to data collected and analyzed by Atlas VPN, health-related spam emails was the most common category of spam last year. In 2019, 39% of spam emails were promoting fake pharmaceuticals and health cures.
Cybercrime Damages to Reach $27 Billion by 2025, New Estimation Reveals
According to Atlas VPN estimations, damages caused by cybercrime are expected to reach more than $27 billion by 2025. Throughout the last 6-years, cybercrime damages increased by an average of 37,44% per year.
What is HTTPS and why it matters?
To some, HTTPS versus HTTP looks like nothing more than an added “s” to a meaningless URL. But for those who care about online security, the “s” carries plenty of meaning.
How to use Netflix to its full potential?
Netflix is not a difficult beast to tame. Harnessing its true power means your binge-watching experience can become even more seamless. For…
Interest in Telemedicine Grows by 525% Worldwide
As quarantine goes on, interest in the "telemedicine" keyword is rising globally. Data compiled by Atlas VPN reveals that in 2020, the interest rate in telemedicine has increased by 525% worldwide.
Taking a remote exam? Not without a tool monitoring your privacy
Taking a leap of faith with third-party monitoring software seems risky? How about having a stranger watch all your actions? This invasive scenario has become a reality for thousands of students around the globe. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, universities decided to test academic integrity via remote proctoring tools.