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Hide.me Introduces Advanced Features in its VPN Apps including New Server Lists
Hide.me Introduces Advanced Features in its VPN Apps including New Server Lists

Get ready to be surprised once again! The latest update for hide.me’s Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android app is here, and it is crammed full of mind-blowing features like new server list and much more. With the latest update, our users will experience much smarter, better and faster services.   All New Features in All our VPN Apps So, without further ado, let us reveal the list of features you will get in the recent updates. Android App gets a Makeover A couple of days ago, we integrated a slick and smarter UI on the iOS app. After an overwhelming response to the performance of the iOS app from our users, we decided to replicate the same for Android. Here’s a new our Android App. New Server list in Windows, macOS, Android and iOS App We have added more VPN locations in the last couple of days. All these VPN …

Time’s running out on net neutrality, but we can still save it.
Time’s running out on net neutrality, but we can still save it.

Today, November 29, 2018, Fight for the Future and Demand Progress are hosting their final internet-wide Day of Action to save net neutrality. The event comes in anticipation of December 10, the last day Congress can invoke the Congressional Review Act to reverse the FCC’s net neutrality repeal. What’s happening during the Day of Action? The purpose of the day of action is for activists, celebrities, tech companies, and everyday web users to pressure Congress into exercising their CRA power. To start, FFTF and Demand Progress have drafted an open letter to Congress, which you can read and sign. Donations are being collected to fund advocacy. This money will be put towards flooding Congress with messages, advertisements, and event organization. Supporters are encouraged to spread the word on social media. Organizers of the day of action have provided banners, gifs, and images which can be shared on blogs and websites, …

VyprVPN is the World’s First Publicly Audited No Log VPN Service
VyprVPN is the World’s First Publicly Audited No Log VPN Service

Since our inception in 2009, Golden Frog has been dedicated to doing what’s right, with an unwavering commitment to the Internet.  We’re a small team on a mission: to provide people with better privacy, security, and Internet freedom. When we founded Golden Frog and launched VyprVPN we believed that logging a minimal amount of VPN service data would vastly improve our customers experience when using a VPN. We kept this data to a minimum and focused on how this data could help improve speed, performance, reliability and troubleshooting. I am proud of our commitment to talking about issues in the VPN industry and our transparency with our users about our logging policies and our past reasons for retaining any user data. What we formerly logged and retained for 30 days: Customer’s source IP address (generally the IP address assigned by the customer’s ISP) VyprVPN’s IP address assigned to the user …

Dispelling Myths: I’m No Longer Anonymous When I Start Paying for a VPN
Dispelling Myths: I’m No Longer Anonymous When I Start Paying for a VPN

In our continuing series of Dispelling the Myths, let’s talk about a legitimate concern that many users have when they decide to pay for a VPN service: When you hand over your personal information including payment details, you’re no longer anonymous and your activity can be traced to you.   What Information Does Hide.me Collect? We are staunch supporters of online privacy and the right to remain anonymous. This isn’t just an empty promise – It’s reflected in the way that we do business. Let’s talk about our free and paid options, and the data we receive for both. For the free plan, all we ask for is your email and a password. That’s it. We need your email because it’s a unique identifier to register an account under, otherwise we have nothing to go on. Your email is only personally identifiable if you make it that way – like …

WordPress holds a leading position in the Content Management System (CMS) industry, enjoying a market share of over 60%. In other words, the dynamic CMS is powering over 75 million websites on the Internet, including 30% of top million global websites. However, the platform’s ability to bless millions of online businesses with bread and butter is what makes it a potentially significant target for cybercriminals. In fact, according to WordFence, over 90,978 hacking attempts are made every minute on small or big WordPress websites globally. The worst part is that insecure and stolen passwords are the primary cause of 81% of the attacks on WP installations. This being said, it is essential to fortify your WP installation with the best tool you have in your arsenal. There are several ways you can go about with your WP security. For instance, you can use SSL certification, configure the lockdown feature, change …

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