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The best VPN to use to protect your privacy

The latest round of tests found NordVPN speeds to be faster than ever before, nearly maxing out my baseline speeds with all servers (around 150 Mbps). It also continues to role out new security upgrades and features, to include full WireGuard support…

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Is Torrenting Illegal? The Definitive Answer

And the rise of torrenting has also meant a rise in the popularity of VPN downloads for that extra layer of security and anonymity online. Of course TechRadar doesn’t condone any copyright-trampling activities, but we do worry about your safety when …

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Should Apple Build their Own iPhone VPN?

However, there are many good premium VPNs out there that offer stable and fast connections, anyway. Most free VPNs aren’t capable of offering such services. Moreover, many free VPN services enforce speed limits or have servers that become too crowded…

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Should I run a VPN on my Android phone?

The only thing I don’t like is that when you close the app, it doesn’t disconnect automatically—you have to remember to actually disconnect from your server first. But you can also pause your connection for set periods of time, which is an added bonu…

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Examining IPv6 Performance — RIPE Labs

8.8. 8.8 is the primary DNS, 8.8. Google DNS service is free to use and can be used by anyone who has access to the Internet. You can use Google DNS IP instead of your ISP’s DNS servers to improve the resolve time and provide security….

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How to become a Blockchain master

You might be discouraged if you don’t have a strong math background, but Stanford offers a free course that’s perfect for newbies. You’ll learn about authenticated encryption, message integrity, and block ciphers. Comparing blockchain networks to our…