10 Important Things You Must Look for When Buying a VPN

So you want to buy a VPN, but you’re not sure which VPN offers the best features? An ideal reliable VPN needs to have a balance of different features, it’s advantages need to be much greater than it’s weaknesses. Because we know that a lot of people aren’t sure of what exactly to look for… Read more »

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5 of the Best Shows to Watch on Netflix (February 2018)

Are you addicted to Netflix? well, you’re not alone. Netflix is regarded by many people around the globe as the go-to service for watching the world’s best, most entertaining, and addicted TV shows in the world. The only problem is that Netflix has like hundreds of TV shows, which makes it really difficult to find the… Read more »

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Which Browser Is the Safest and Most Secure? (2018 Edition)

Let me take a wild guess… For as long as you can remember, you have been using Google Chrome or Internet Explorer and you thought that there’s nothing wrong with that and that your sensitive personal information is completely safe and protected from any risks, right? Well, nothing could be further from the truth, we all… Read more »

China’s VPN Crackdown Weighs on Foreign Companies There

China’s VPN Crackdown Weighs on Foreign Companies There

China’s moves to tighten the screws on its already heavily gated internet stands to significantly raise the costs and level of difficulty for foreign companies doing business here. The government’s recent crackdown on tools that allow internet users to circumvent the country’s elaborate system of web filters could make it harder for companies to communicate… Read more »

It’s time for us all to stand together and Protect Net Neutrality on July 12

It’s time for us all to stand together and Protect Net Neutrality on July 12

Today is the day the Internet-wide protests come together to defend online privacy, protect  freedom of expression and stand against the proposed FCC net neutrality internet rules which will grant more power to the ISPs by allowing them to control our online activities and end Net Neutrality once and for all. It’s time for us… Read more »

Online Safe Spaces : A secure place for internet users or a breeding ground for terrorists?

Online Safe Spaces : A secure place for internet users or a breeding ground for terrorists?

Last week, a tragedy struck the people of London when a group of three terrorists started stabbing passersby on the London Bridge and then in the pubs of Borough Market, leaving behind 48 people injured and 10 dead. ‘Online Safe Spaces’: A secure place for internet users or a breeding ground for terrorists? In the… Read more »

Tracking Cookies What are they and what can they do to your privacy

Tracking Cookies: What are they and what can they do to your privacy?

What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word “cookies”? I’m sure that the sweet delicious edible ones are the thing that crossed your mind right now, unfortunately these are not the ones I’m talking about, but rather the cookies that track your online activities. Tracking Cookies: What are they and… Read more »

How to secure your Bitcoins from hackers and cybercriminals

How to secure your Bitcoins from hackers and cybercriminals

Money has changed forms over the years, from gold coins, to paper bills, to proof of credit. Regardless the huge difference between these forms of money, they are all still supported by governments. But that all changed in 2009, when Bitcoin introduced the world to a whole different kind of currency. A currency created through… Read more »

Smartphone apps: Is your privacy protected?

Smartphone apps: Is your privacy protected?

It’s quite difficult to imagine to spend one day without using our smartphones and switching from one App to another. In fact, a recent study shows that the average smartphone user has at least 26 apps installed from chatting apps, recipes, gaming, social networking, or even educational apps. While using these apps excessively, most of… Read more »

WannaCryRansomware: It’s not over yet!

WannaCryRansomware: It’s not over yet!

It’s nearly impossible to find an internet user who still haven’t heard about last Friday’s cyber-attack that hit major networks and carriers around the world. WannaCry, aka WannaCrypto, is the most widespread cyberattack ever, according to experts. The attack has hit 200.000 victims in at least 150 countries since Friday, using vulnerabilities in older versions… Read more »