January 2016

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 Read More

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 Read More

How to Get Started With Your First VPN

In the world of virtual private networks, things can get a bit confusing. With terminology flying around like “proxy”, “SSH”, and “tunneling”, how do you know what you need to get started with your very first VPN connection? Well, fear not fellow privacy warrior, because here at VPN Creative we’re going to give you everything Read More

Blade & Soul Reportedly Banning Gamers Using a VPN

VPN users have been experiencing issues while playing the online MMO game Blade & Soul with some accounts even being banned. According to a report from Game Revolution, “more than a hundred players” have been permanently banned by the game’s makers NCSOFT. However in the last day or so that number has been closer to Read More

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