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NordVPN vs. IPVanish: Which Is the Best VPN?

NordVPN and IPVanish are two big names in the VPN industry, and you can’t help but run into both of them when shopping for the best VPN for your needs. To help you make the choice, we’re going to compare the two of them on al…

Surfshark vs. NordVPN: Which VPN Is the Best?

If you’re shopping for¬†the best VPN, Surfshark and NordVPN are two names you’re bound to come across. Both have strong advertising campaigns: NordVPN dominates every single medium out there, from YouTube videos to TV, and Su…

How to Use a VPN for Netflix

There are plenty of reasons why you should use a VPN: they’re an important part of protecting yourself online and can help you get past censorship blocks in countries like China. However, one of the biggest reasons why regula…

What Are Decentralized VPNs?

Decentralized VPNs might be the latest way in which we can stay safe on the web—and are even touted as a way in which we can change the way the internet works. But what are these services exactly, and how do they work?…

How to Sign Up for a VPN Anonymously

VPNs are advertised as the best—even the only—way in which you can be anonymous while browsing. However, there are two big ways you could lose anonymity: The first is the logs some VPNs keep, and the second is the VPN sig…

How Does VPN Split Tunneling Work?

Split tunneling is one of the handier features a VPN can offer, allowing you to use your VPN for things you want to keep secure while leaving the connection unprotected for less vital traffic. Let’s take a look at how it work…

Are VPNs Legal?

As virtual private networks are often used for things that aren’t completely legal, like torrenting copyrighted material or circumventing Chinese censorship, it might seem plausible to think that VPNs are illegal. The good ne…

Slow VPN? Here’s How to Make It Faster

Virtual private networks are great tools, but they all have one problem: They slow down your connection. However, they shouldn’t bring it down to a crawl. If you’re suffering from agonizingly slow speeds while connected to yo…
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