How to tell if your VPN is trustworthy

How to tell if your VPN is trustworthy by Shruti Gupta.  Available from <> [30th November 2017 ]

Worried about your online security? You should be. 2017’s shaping up to be the worst year in history when it comes to data breaches. From the Wanna Cry ransomware attack in May to the Equifax hack last month to ride-sharing app Uber’s recent privacy fiasco, there’s never been a better time to use a VPN.

However, with new VPN providers cropping up every day, choosing the right service can be tricky. While most VPNs pride themselves on being anonymous, some are anything but. At best, these fly-by-night VPN companies provide a mediocre browsing experience; at worst, they record and sell your data.

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How to protect your IP address

How to protect your IP address Written By: Gizbot Bureau.  Available from <> [Published: Friday, July 28, 2017, 21:30 [IST]

Generally, each and every device including a computer and mobile phones are assigned with a numerical label called the Internet Protocol (IP) address by Internet Service Provider. In layman’s term, it is very similar to a physical address, just that it identifies you online, not offline. However, nothing on the Internet is safe until you take proper security actions.

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The best free VPNs 2017

The best free VPNs 2017 by Mike Bedford.  Available from <

A VPN is essential if you’re concerned about privacy and want to make sure that you’re safe when you connect to public WiFi. There are other benefits to using a VPN too. Free VPNs are available, but some have their drawbacks. Read on to find out about free VPN options and whether they’re right for you.

If you want to find out more about how VPNs work and what you can use them for, you can check out our ultimate round-up of the best VPNs including the best paid-for options.

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