Encryption: What It’s All About

Andy Michael

Cybersecurity researcher for more than 8 years. Currently revealing bad VPN companies and helping internet users to protect themselves from cyber threats.
Andy Michael

If you have been researching VPN software, you have certainly stumbled upon the word encryption.

Encryption is the main security measure that computers, websites, and networks use to protect sensitive data.

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How to Use VPN: 98+ Ways

James Cooper

Experienced data analyst.
James Cooper

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You might already know the basics of what a VPN does, masking your IP and letting you surf the World Wide Web with a mask to rival Michael Myers. However, that is barely scratching the surface of what a VPN can do.

Here is an exhaustive list of fun things you can do armed with a strong VPN:

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VPN Service Case Study (9/51 Won’t Respond to Your E-mails)

James Cooper

Experienced data analyst.
James Cooper

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Could you imagine waiting 94 hours for a reply?

Well, that’s what happened to us.

This article is a case study about how VPN services treat their customers. We will go through the 51 most popular VPN services and reveal how much time it takes for a new potential customer to get a reply.

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Netflix VPN (39/53 Work)

James Cooper

Experienced data analyst.
James Cooper

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Looking for a VPN that works with Netflix?

VPN access for Netflix has, like other streaming services, allowed users to view content more securely.  In this post, we tested 53 VPNs and reveal both blocked and unblocked VPNs.

VPNs That Work With Netflix (39/53)

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DNS Leaks (22/53 VPNs Leak Your Data)

James Cooper

Experienced data analyst.
James Cooper

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For starters, let’s dig into the meaning of DNS – Domain Name Service.

According to Stanford University DNS is the network service that maps Internet domain names to numerical IP addresses.

Seems easy, right?  To put it in an analogy, it serves as a phone book for the Internet by translating human-friendly computer hostnames into IP addresses. For example, www.example.com translates into the addresses 93.184.216.34 (IPv4) and 2606:2800:220:1:248:1893:25c8:1946 (IPv6).

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