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When we browse through the VPN websites and try to choose a suitable VPN for us, we usually always see them bragging about how many servers they have. This is a very important point to consider when choosing a VPN as having a large number of VPN servers has several reasons and benefits.
Similar to its neighboring countries in South East Asia, Vietnam has an extremely high online censorship rate. In fact, it is ranked in the top ten countries with high internet censorship. The reason for this is not any different from most of the countries that restrict the online access of their citizens.
Based in the Netherlands, bVPN is one of the fast growing VPN services in the market today. bVPN is a company known for its fearless fight for internet privacy and they have been clearly busy developing some sophisticated and highly advanced security features that have been praised by a lot of VPN critics.
ZenMate is a VPN service provider that is located in Germany. It started off a basic VPN extension for Chrome browser, but it has grown exponentially to provide robust and ultra-fast VPN services for personal and corporate use. In this review, we will explore the ZenMate realm based on using their premium VPN service.
FlyVPN is a US-based VPN provider that took off at 2012. At first, FlyVPN had limited features to offer and they operated with a small server network. However, within just half a decade, FlyVPN expanded their network of servers and added more features. In this review, we will discuss everything related to FlyVPN.
Recently, many VPN users have reported DNS leaks while using their VPN. That is why, we have picked out the best VPN services that come with a built-in DNS leak protection feature to make sure that your connection will be encrypted as long as you are connected to the internet.

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Posted May 20, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

On Sunday, May 7, 2017, China pledged to further tighten its dragon grip on internet regulations by exerting more control over search engines and online news portals. This is considered to be the latest step taken by President Xi Jinping to set the communist party's foot down on internet control in China.
Posted May 16, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

In a daring response against Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, Ukraine officially banned the internet access of the Russian social network, VK, and the Russian search engine, Yandex. This directly ordered by Ukraine's president Petro Poreshenko.
Posted May 15, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

Recently we have witnessed a lot of governments restricting internet access to their citizens with illogical reasons such as political stability. Since the United Nations has declared internet access as a basic human right, banning it was considered a clear violation to human rights and someone had to take action.
Posted May 15, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

A court order has been issued in favour of the Football Association Premier League Ltd obligating ISPs in the UK to block all access to streaming services that are not authorised to stream live matches on grounds of copyright infringement.
Posted May 09, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

After receiving requests from the government of Thailand, Facebook has agreed today (May 09, 2017) to block/restrict any access to local content on its website that violates laws in the kingdom of Thailand.
Posted May 08, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

In an interesting and even more ironic turn of events, China gets to taste its own medicine as Russia blocks the Chinese giant mobile messaging application, "WeChat" for failure to comply with certain Russian federal laws.


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Posted May 21, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

OpenVPN is an advanced open source VPN solution or security protocol developed by OpenVPN Technologies. It is the most popular protocol used by VPN providers as it provides a highly secured and reliable connection. It features a 256-bit encryption which is considered a military grade encryption.
Posted May 19, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

As the internet progressed technologically so did its risks. The introduction of the revolutionary internet connection paved the way for a new category of crimes called cybercrimes. These included hacking attacks, identity thefts, fraud, and many more. The most recent risk that hit the World Wide Web is the "Ransomware".
Posted May 18, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

There is no such thing as a perfect system. Sometimes VPNs fail to fulfill their purpose due to internal and external factors, such as: DNS leaks. DNS leaks greatly jeopardize a VPN user's inbound and outbound traffic to be exposed to ISPs without a warning. That is why, in this guide we will show you how to identify and fix VPN DNS leaks
Posted May 16, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

iOS provides options to VPN configuration by using L2TP, IKev2 and PPTP. In this guide, we will show you step-by-step instructions to be able to setup L2TP on iOS devices without any hassle. You can follow these instructions with any VPN service.
Posted May 14, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

We have selected 2 tunneling protocols (OpenVPN and IKev2) to help you get a better idea about encryption protocols and the different features provided by each one.
Posted May 09, 2017 by Ahmed Bahgat

L2TP, short for "Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol", is one of the most popularly used encryption protocols with VPN services using UDP port 1701. L2TP is an extension of PPP protocol, however, it is more secure and technologically advanced than its predecessor, PPTP.