Edward Snowden on How to Protect Your Online Privacy

If you’re using the Internet without being worried about how to protect your online privacy, I salute you. But take it from someone who knows a thing or two about privacy, Edward Snowden – you need to protect yourself when going online. To an average person, this may sound paranoid, but every move you make […]

How to stay safe in an internet-connected car

Imagine driving in an internet-connected car whilst a hacker takes over control of it. Not a pleasant thought. While a hacked internet-connected refrigerator might render sour milk, cars represent a serious threat to your health. Recently, a group of young, Chinese hackers showed a proof-of-concept how they took remotely control of a Tesla on a […]

FrootVPN expands to 14 new countries

FrootVPN has announced a massive expansion of new servers in 14 different locations. The new locations are in Russia, Hong Kong, Israel, Isle of Man, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Poland, Japan, Australia, Singapore, South Korea, Brazil, and Mexico. All servers are released and available to it’s subscribers on the time of writing. This makes FrootVPN’s total […]

HideMyAss launch revamped app with surprising new features

The popular Virtual Private Network (VPN) service, HideMyAss have updated their desktop and mobile apps to version three. The new version introduces a new interphase with several new features making it easier to select and connect to a VPN connection. The app is designed to make it easy to comprehend for users with little or […]

HideMyAss Netflix, BBC iPlayer Workarounds That Just Might Work

Netflix, BBC iPlayer and other streaming services are clamping down on VPN users accessing their services from abroad. If you have a HideMyAss! account and have experienced challenges to use it with Netflix, BBC iPlayer, or another online streaming service, here are a handful of last resorts you can try before giving up entirely. We […]

How to Stream UEFA Euro 2016 Online in Any Country

UEFA EURO 2016 kicked off on June 10th 2016. It is the 15th edition of the men’s football championship. Over the course of a month, 24 European teams will contest in the hopes of winning the gold medal. Initially divided into six groups of four teams, the know out stage include three rounds and the […]

How to Backup your Computer, Mac OSX & iOS Edition

A proper backup strategy is an important part of your security strategy. Here on VPN Creative we usually talk mostly about how to mitigate risks related to online security and Internet privacy. However, if you fall pray for hackers, virus, or force majeure, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to restore […]

“Impossible” to Ban Encryption Globally, Harvard Study Shows

This week, a new Harvard study released to the public concluded that banning encryption in the United States could lead to catastrophic economic consequences on home soil. The purpose of the study, entitled “A Worldwide Survey of Encryption Products,” was to attempt to catalog the entire library of encryption products that are available in the […]

How To Improve VPN Speed and Performance

A lot of people love the idea of using a VPN to protect their privacy online, but actually sticking to it is a whole other job entirely. Although they’re great for keeping your identity under wraps while browsing notoriously data-hungry sits like Google and Facebook, most VPNs are also a burden on internet connections. They […]

How to Watch Super Bowl 50 Online

This article will show you how to watch Super Bowl online. The most anticipated football game of the year is almost upon us. The Panthers vs Broncos are set to brawl it all out on Sunday, February 7, 2016 at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California for this year’s Super Bowl 50 extravaganza. Here’s […]

Here’s Why You Should Always Read the Privacy Policy Before Choosing a VPN

People choose to use VPNs for a wide range of reasons, from expats who want to access their home country content – newspapers, media streaming sites, online radio – while living in another country, to people who live under authoritarian regimes and want to use restricted social networks, or access blocked news websites. Regardless of […]

How to Set Up a VPN for Streaming

Often, one of the most asked about features when setting up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is “what can I stream with it?”. As Netflix claims it will begin the process of cracking down on VPNs for streaming purposes, we at VPN Creative thought this was a better time than ever to publish the quintessential […]

VPNify is a Global Platform for Testing VPN Speeds

Speed is a huge determining factor for many users when looking for a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Browsing reviews will give you an idea of what to expect but it’s difficult to compare multiple providers at once. VPNify is a web-based app, sponsored by the VPN provider Private Internet Access, that collates speed data from […]

How to Check for VPN Leaks

VPN leaks can undermine the main purpose of using a VPN – to keep users anonymous and safe from monitoring and digital snooping practices. Some users have reported that their IP address is being leaked even with their VPN service is actively running. Such a security flaw involves the system you are using and it […]

Today is Data Privacy Day

It’s Data Privacy Day, an international effort to increase awareness of data security and privacy and encourage best practices to say safe online. Google has got in on promoting the day too. You may have noticed that reminder on its homepage today to check up on your privacy settings. Meanwhile, organizations like the Electronic Frontier […]

CyberGhost VPN Sees Decline in Requests for User Data

CyberGhost has seen a decline in the number of take down requests it has received from governments, law enforcement, and law firms. The Romanian company, behind CyberGhost VPN which says it keeps no logs, has published its annual transparency report for 2015, which highlights take down requests it receives as well as malicious activity detected […]