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5 Signs a VPN Isn’t Trustworthy¬†

VPNs are a big business worth billions of dollars a year. With so much money up for grabs, it’s no surprise that many VPN providers just aren’t trustworthy. So how do you choose a good, trustworthy VPN? Here are some telltale…

How to Delete Telegram Messages and Chat Histories

If you’ve recently ditched WhatsApp for Telegram in a bid to protect your chat privacy, you’ll probably want to know how to delete conversations from both your device and Telegram’s servers. This isn’t quite as straightforwar…

How to Send a Password-Protected Email for Free

If you want to send a private message to someone and ensure that they are the only ones who read it, protecting it with a password only the recipient knows is a solid choice.¬†Fortunately, secure email providers ProtonMail an…

How to Use the Internet from China

If you’re visiting China and want to use the internet, you’re in for a nasty surprise: Many sites you take for granted, like Google and Facebook, can’t be accessed from the People’s Republic. This block, often called the Grea…

How to Set up PGP Encryption in ProtonMail

Pretty Good Privacy, or PGP for short, lets you lock your email messages so that only the intended recipient with the key can view them. ProtonMail is one of the few email services that supports this feature without any extra…

LastPass vs Bitwarden: Which Is Right for You?

On the surface, LastPass and Bitwarden are quite similar. They are both robust, server-based password managers with strong security. But they take different approaches when it comes to pricing, cross-device support, and trans…

How to Transfer LastPass Passwords to 1Password

LastPass and 1Password are both robust password managers with a proven track record. But if you’re done using LastPass, it’s easy to transfer over to 1Password. Here’s how to export your passwords from LastPass and import the…
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