Time and time again, we have often mentioned the dangers of free VPNs vs paid VPNs. Free VPN services repeatedly claim to protect your online privacy and some even openly tell users “Stop wasting money on paid VPNs”.
Topics: Myth Series
Ever since Congress killed FCC’s internet privacy regulations and U.S. President Trump signed the bill which would allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to sell your Internet browsing history to advertisers, there has been an overnight surge in netizens rushing to sign up for VPNs.
The CloudAbouts team has gathered their 2017 Top 12 VPNs for Torrenting, and not only did our BolehVPN earn a positive VPN review, but we also made it as Editor's #1 Choice!
Internet freedom in Malaysia is something that may strike a chord among its netizens. In fact, according to Freedom House (an independent watchdog NGO dedicated to the expansion of freedom and democracy around the world) their latest annual ‘Freedom on the Net’ report showed that Malaysia’s Freedom on the Net score is the worse it has ever been since the past couple of years.
Private Window, InPrivate Browsing, Incognito mode, “porn mode”; call it what you may, but have you ever wondered how safe it really is to browse in these ‘privacy modes’?
A common misconception of Bitcoins (or most cryptocurrencies for that matter) is that they are anonymous. However, this is not the case.
If you own a company-sponsored laptop or connect to your company’s private network, there is a good chance that your employer is monitoring your Internet usage at work. It is not uncommon for companies to be known for employee monitoring. In fact, there are even guides online teaching employers how to effectively monitor their employees.