VPN Astrill VPN is popular with techy types thanks to low-level customization, but its high price and app issues mean it's not the perfect package.
VPN UFO VPN makes some appealing claims, but almost none of them are backed up in practice – find our more in our full UFO VPN review.
HideMyAss! (HMA) is one of the top VPNs for privacy with certified no-logging, but streaming issues might be an issue for some.
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Mozilla VPN is a fairly new service to the game, but it already packs great speeds and plenty of potential. Read our Mozilla VPN review for more.
Privacy-minded search engine You.com is easy to use and looks great, but it's surprisingly intrusive, asking for personal information and insisting that you install a browser extension.
In our TunnelBear review, we test out the simple, beginner-friendly provider to see if it can match up to the market leaders.
With useful apps for just about every device, and good OpenVPN speeds, StrongVPN is a decent contender.
In our VyprVPN review, we explore why the Swiss provider might be the right choice for you, and outline any issues we faced.
In this PIA review, we run down the latest tweaks to the VPN and what features see it work towards becoming a true rival to the top dogs.
A phishing scam tries to steal your Steam login credentials by promising you a free month of Discord Nitro. Don't fall for it.
VPN With plenty of servers and apps for tons of devices, PureVPN has the makings of a great VPN – but there are a couple of issues to be aware of.
Facebook unexpectedly said it would kill off its Face Recognition feature, which automatically identifies Facebook users in uploaded photos and videos.
An Israeli researcher was able to 'crack' the Wi-Fi passwords for 70% of home and business networks using cheap tools. Here's how to make sure you're part of the other 30%.
Two security firms are warning of a flood of Squid Game-related scams and malware, including poisoned downloads and bogus Halloween costumes.
vpn VPNs are great for privacy and security, but they can do tons more than that. Here we investigate what using a VPN on your Mac can do for you.
While they might be tempting, using a no-fee VPN can come with some serious drawbacks. Here we run them down for Mac users.
VPNs aren’t just useful for Windows devices – there are lots of providers that offer equally good services for your Mac.
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VPN VPN and proxies perform similar tasks, but in practice they're very different. Here we run down what each does and how to choose.
The Pixel 6 brings significant improvements to Android privacy and security, even if many of them involve playing catch-up with Apple.
The Brave browser has made its own privacy-focused search engine the default, displacing Google and promising users no tracking or profiling.
Credential stuffing is the best way to hack into accounts using reused passwords. Here's how to avoid becoming a victim.
A hardware or USB security key is one of the best ways to protect your online accounts. Here’s how they work and how to choose one.
WhatsApp now lets you encrypt your chat backups with a private key, Facebook said in a series of online postings. Here's how the process works.
A new scam text targeting Verizon customers has been spotted, so look out for weird messages claiming to be from the carrier and don't click the link.
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