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What Are The Best VPNs For Streaming Videos in 2018?

If you're not already using a virtual private network (VPN), you need to get on the bandwagon soon. Using the internet is getting more dangerous by the day. Hackers can steal your identity by getting hold of your IP address and data. Some governments can arrest you for accessing certain websites. And you’re not getting the most out of your streaming content. Okay, that last is not the most important reason on the list, but it’s the reason you're reading this article. Even if you're looking for a VPN for security purposes, how it works with video streaming sites will make a difference in what you choose. It’s already been a couple of years since content providers like Netflix and Amazon started blocking VPNs and proxies. That means that it’s harder than ever to get access to content not showing in your country. But it also means that those of us worried about our online safety can’t protect ourselves. Since then, there have been a number of services that still managed to pro

How VPNs Can Ensure Your Privacy Anywhere

Everyone is entitled to his or her own privacy. And regardless of whether you have nothing to hide, it is still a right to keep one’s privacy to himself. No one, not even the government, should be able to take that away from you. Unfortunately, the government does not like people hiding from their surveillance schemes. If Big Brother wants to know what you are doing online, it will do everything in its power to get information. The government is spying on you Countries like Denmark, France, and Spain are all culprits when it comes to running controversial surveillance practices. Government officials from such countries appear to be in a pursuit to ruin people’s rights to privacy. No matter where you go, no matter where you are, the government is going to spy on you. On your phone, on your computer, and even using your smartwatch. There is no hiding from prying eyes especially when the government is already involved. It’s about time to keep your privacy to yourself. Protecting your inte

How to Identify if a Website is Secured for Purchasing

Hi friends, Hope all of you are doing well. Today we like to share some safety tips for  online shopping. Now the online shopping industry is very familiar with everyone also the usage of online shopping too increased very much last year. AS like the growth in usage the fraudulent in this industry also increased. The online shopping industry is facing lots of issues, and this includes mainly the security issues. Yeah, the safety of the user [online shopper] in all means should need to take seriously. The probable safety issues that an online shopper faces are: 1. Paid the amount successfully, but not for the actual online shopping site. 2. The Debit/Credit card details of the user, get stolen. 3. other issues in payment gateway So before going to buy some items from online shopping websites, you should ensure that the website is trustworthy means it is secure for online shopping In this article, we are sharing some tips to secure your online shopping transactions. How to check a websit

Be Prepared, WannaCry 2.0 Ransomware Just Arrived Which is More Dangerous than One

Hey, Hope all of you already get knew about WannaCry Ransomware which has already hit more than 200000 computers. And don't think that it's over, here arrives WannaCry 2.0 Ransomware. Today morning security researchers reported that WannaCry 2.0 is launched with no 'kill switch' function. What is Ransomware? Ransomware is a type of malware that locks [encrypts] all files, data, documents etc in a computer which it affects.The locked data cannot be accessed unless the owner pays a Ransom [money]. The payments are through bitcoins.The Ransom can vary from $100 to $1000. And there is no guarantee that the files will be decrypted even after the owner pays. There are reports for both chances. Coming back to WannaCry Ransomware 1.0, As said above it is hit by more than 2lakhs of computers all over the world. This contains some big organizations like Renault, Telephonica, germany railways, FedEx, Russian Cental Bank etc. The WannaCry 1.0 already made around 15 Bitcoins [$2699