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How to defend against evil twin attacks

An evil twin is a strategy of replicating an authentic Wi-Fi network but adding a sinister twist to it. Users encounter dozens of free…

PRIVACY | 5 min Read

Meaning and purpose of QUIC protocol in networking

The QUIC protocol is an experimental option that one day might replace UDP and TCP. The digital world continually refines its internal…

PRIVACY | 4 min Read

Torrent and VPN: ultimate combo for secure downloads

Torrent and VPN is a surefire way to secure peer-to-peer sharing. In fact, torrenting remains one of the top VPN use cases today. And no…

PRIVACY | 4 min Read

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…

PRIVACY | 5 min Read

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…

PRIVACY | 5 min Read

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…

PRIVACY | 5 min Read

Internet safety for kids: how to be cautious

Many parents treat the internet as an around-the-clock nanny, passively watching over their children. The impact of media use on kids is an…

PRIVACY | 6 min Read

Play it safe with these tips for online gaming privacy

Nobody can deny that online gaming is an addictive and delightful hobby, stealing curious hearts since day one. Imagine that you spend…

PRIVACY | 5 min Read

Can police track VPN users?

As surveillance becomes a bitter part of our digital life, you wonder: can police track VPN users’ activities? Rumors and speculations from…

PRIVACY | 4 min Read