We have all experienced online advertisements which seem to follow us around on the Internet, be it on Facebook, Instagram, Google or Twitter. It could be that one ad you clicked through once for a watch (or perhaps you did not even click through it but it appeared on your Sponsored posts), and […]
WHAT IS A VPN TUNNEL? A VPN, a Virtual Private Network, protects the automation cell especially against frauds who cheat, trick and deceive you. How do these frauds operate? In the Internet or via its logs, every node can exchange data with any other node. This procedure is rather simple and is based […]
As you surf the Internet, post a Facebook status, go online shopping, or open up your emails, more information is being collected about you than ever before. Your digital footprints are creating a profile on your Big Data, which can be traced back to your identity. Have you ever wondered though: who exactly […]
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) can be used for a variety of purposes; this can be to access geo-restricted content, secure and privatise your online surfing traffic, and reclaim freedom of the Internet when bypassing censorship. However, one of the common questions we always get is if our VPN can be used to […]
VPS VS VPN You may have come across the term “VPS” and “VPN” and thought they were similar things. Although a VPS and a VPN may have very similar names but are in fact two very different things. In case you were confused if a VPS is like a VPN, let BolehVPN explain […]
PROXY VS VPN VPN (Virtual Private Network) and proxy servers have increased in popularity over the years as digital tools to help you get around Internet restrictions, firewalls, and any kind of service/country that is imposing heavy censorship in regards to using the Internet. Most of us know that when we surf the […]
OPEN SOURCE VS PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE Open Source Software (OSS) is a type of software in which its source code is freely available to the Internet, whereby its copyright holder allows others to collaborate, inspect, and modify the code. Proprietary software, on the other hand, (sometimes referred to as “closed source software”) describes software […]
Sometimes referred to as the three pillars of protection; an antivirus software, a firewall and a VPN often make up the three important components of your security online. While these three serve a common purpose as your basics for securing your laptop or PC, they do function in their own specific ways.