Turn back now if you are looking for something simple. AirVPN is one of the most complicated VPNs out there. Their site makes it difficult to find help that’s easy to understand, while their support is far from great for those who aren’t technically minded. If you can get past […]
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Looking for a good VPN? You might be in the right place. Buffered are an up-and-comer and an innovator who place a lot of concern on privacy and security. They offer great service at a reasonable price and they don’t mind P2P file-sharing. Unfortunately, they don’t accept Bitcoin and although […]
VPN.ac is one of the lesser known VPN providers. There’s a lot to like about them with great security and privacy in place. They accept Bitcoin and allow up to six simultaneous connections. It also comes at a decent price. The only problem is that it’s competitively slow. If you’re […]
This is certainly a contender. Like a champion boxer with only a few slight weaknesses showing, CactusVPN packs a punch in terms of service and value. It’s highly functional, has advanced settings and they’re cool with P2P. There are a few rough edges, in that they keep connection logs and […]
Looking for good value and high speeds? Not a torrenter? SurfEasy is definitely an option for you to think about. For anyone who wears a pirate hat or is into swashbuckling, you might want to look elsewhere, because they have a pretty strict no file-sharing rule. It’s also not the […]
The number crunchers at VPNs R Us have run the data and put together this infographic which shows how much data is consumed globally every second. It’s broken down by region, as well as the total volume of data transferred per second. The numbers involved are pretty eye watering. And perhaps […]
The ever ubiquitous Apple Mac. We’re going to teach you all about using a VPN to make your Mac experience nice and safe. First, some quick links to jump through this post: Best VPNs for Mac Why Get a VPN for Mac Now? What Makes the Best VPN for Mac? […]