If you are using a standard internet connection, then your information can be traced easily. This information includes your geographical location, the web pages you browse, and even the details such as your credit/debit card details.
While selecting a VPN, you need to be careful of a few factors as you can only trust reliable VPN services with your information. There are a few countries that have agreements with VPN service providers to give them access to people's activities, which is what you need to avoid.
Trust.Zone is one of the few reliable VPN services that you can trust without a moment's hesitation. Here are 10 reasons why: leer más...
If you are a VPN newbie, you should know that this type of technology gives you a fair share of practical cybersecurity benefits. You can use it to access restricted content or browse the Internet safely, but the story is two-fold and you need to be aware of its downsides as well. We are about to present you with six security factors you need to know before picking a VPN provider leer más...cmentarios 0
Do you know about Trust.Zone's Warrant Canary?
A warrant canary is a method by which a Trust.Zone VPN service aims to inform its users that the Trust.Zone has not been served with a secret government subpoena. In addition to a digital signature, warrant canary provides recent news headlines as proof that the warrant canary was recently posted. If warrant canary fails to be updated during the specified time then the user is to assume that the Trust.Zone has received a subpoena and should stop using the service. leer más...
This is the last part of the comrepehensive guide on how to choose the best VPN by @ThatOnePrivacyGuy: Kill switch, Warrant Canaries. leer más...cmentarios 0