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2 June 2022
VPN blocks are imposed by both private companies and governments. There are many reasons for this. This, however, is not a problem if you know how to effectively bypass VPN blocks to access even the most properly secured websites.
According to statistics, approximately 51% of users worldwide have used VPN services. People want more privacy when it comes to third-party data storage, excessive government control and spying, and hackers looking for valuable information.
Users' personal information is more secure when they use a VPN. This, however, presents a significant challenge for state authorities seeking to track, monitor, and control Internet activity. They introduce various software to block VPN users. Is it possible to avoid such a blockage?
How do I stop VPN blocking? read more...
29 August 2021
Virtual private networks are an excellent modern technology. Using a VPN allows you not only to remain anonymous on the Internet but also to have free access to the Internet from anywhere in the world, despite various prohibitions and restrictions.
Those people for whom the use of a VPN has not become a norm of life when leaving their native country may find that the usual social networks? YouTube, Instagram, or Netflix become inaccessible. Bad news for any traveler, isn't it? read more...
2 March 2021
The Government of Russia has blocked access to Facebook in Russia. WhatsApp can be the next step – experts say.
According to Roskomnadzor, Russia’s tech and communications regulator, Facebook has restricted accounts of several Russian media on Facebook. In response to this fact Russian regulator said that Facebook violated the rights and freedoms. This was a reason to block Facebook in Russia immediately.
It’s good to know that Trust.Zone VPN is a great way to unblock Facebook, Whatsapp and other Meta services in Russia read more...
23 October 2020
According to the latest reports and tweets, Internet in Nigeria is being slowed down. Many igerian activists tweeted that Nigerian government to block Twitter, chat plarforms, messengers and other social networks. If this were to happen, Nigeria can be completely disconnected from the rest of the world and online communication will be restricted. Fund donations will stop and aid delivery will be disrupted, possibly bringing the movement to an end.
We can confirm a massive growth +750% in Trust.Zone VPN use in Nigeria. We are urgently adding new servers in Africa to meet the needs of the people of Nigeria. read more...
15 October 2020
A bucket load of websites, online services, and some government organizations use VPN blocking to ensure that users don't access restricted content. Restrictions could come in the form of: content restrictions, censorships, etc. Luckily, the right VPN service can help ISPs avoid VPN blocking coupled with a little expertise.
Let’s take a look at different types of VPN blocking and how to get around VPN block. read more...
14 October 2020
The block of apps is a common predicament that most people in various countries have to encounter. The recent restriction for the TikTok app in some countries deprived most of the app’s fanatics of accessing its services. This might be a depressing situation if you used it to generate income.
Do not despair because you can use the Trust.Zone VPN to access TikTok and continue enjoying it. Here are some ways that you can use a VPN to access TikTok anywhere and anytime. read more...
23 September 2020
Instagram (and all web service that you connect with) can get to know a lot of information about you from your IP address. If you have been told before that you don’t have a face on the internet, I have come to tell you that’s not true. In fact, you’re very well known. An online service... read more...
20 June 2019
Big Brother Wants to Know What You’re Doing: As the cryptocurrency industry continues to gain steam, governments have become interested in regulating this currency and forcing technology companies to help monitor online activity of the general public.
These proposed regulations will almost certainly inhibit the open trading nature of cryptocurrencies, thereby negating the twin purposes of security and anonymity on which they were based.
VPN is a viable way to use crypto anywhere around the globe. With a VPN like Trust.Zone, internet users may pay for the online services with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with no risk to be blocked. read more...
6 February 2019
According to new documents recently released by Canadian government, emerging issues may include targeting the use of virtual private networks and website blocking. The document identifies a few issues, each likely to be exceptionally controversial. One of the issues involves the use of VPN for copyright infringing purposes. VPNs are widely used in corporate environments to ensure secure and safe communications and by a growing number of Internet users seeking technological tools to better protect their privacy online. The same technologies can be used to hide copyright infringing activity, however.
Many Canadian users noticed that asking to ban legal technologies because they can be used illegally is ridiculous! read more...
3 June 2017
Portugal became a world leader in pirate site blocking in 2016-2017. Back in summer 2015, Portugal’s government agency signed a memorandum of understanding between copyright owners and Internet service providers, and by now Portugal has already blocked 330 websites and is not going to stop. read more...