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 Read More
China is continuing its tirade against VPN users by cutting off mobile phone networks in the region of Xinjiang. The New York Times reports that police services have been growing more agitated with the use of foreign messaging services since the Paris attacks on November 13 and have been trying to crack down on people Read More
VPN Unlimited has announced a series of updates to its VPN service including a new user interface and the addition of OpenSSL to every platform.
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Everybody’s favorite Virtual Private Network (VPN) provider, HideMyAss Pro VPN kicks off it’s annual summer special. This year’s discount programme is creatively coined Midsummer Night’s Special and offers up to a tremendous 50% discount on their premium product if you sign up to either six or 12 months.
If there’s anyone in the mobile space who’s bad at upgrading their OS, it’s Android users. The mobile ecosystem has long suffered from abysmal adoption rates for newer iterations of the platform, with just a mere one tenth of one percent of the entire user base updated to the most recent release of Lollipop 5.0.1.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has come under fire for promising to ban encrypted and ephemeral messaging apps if he is re-elected later this year. His comments came just a few days after the Paris terrorist attacks.
Mobile security vendor Lookout has discovered a variant of the malware SocialPath in Google Play, in an app that describes itself as a ‘reputation management’ tool, which says that it will notify users whenever their photos are uploaded on the Internet. But it actually steals their data.
It looks like Netflix wants to stop VPN users from accessing its services. The company has updated its Android application to prevent VPN users from using custom DNS servers that redirect some traffic over a VPN server located in the country of their choice.