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Some Providers Use Weak 1024-bit Keys – VyprVPN Explains Why Its Strong Keys Matter

Recently in the news, Tech In Asia reported that VPN providers ExpressVPN and Astrill have been using Certificate Authority (CA) certificates generated from 1024-bit keys. As far back as 2003, 1024-bit keys were projected to be crackable by 2010, and current research estimates…

Netflix Blocks Proxies

If Netflix Cracks Down on Proxies, Access to Content Isn’t the Only Thing You’ll Lose

I was surprised at Netflix’s announcement yesterday that: “Some members use proxies or “unblockers” to access titles available outside their territory. To address this, we employ the same or similar measures other firms do. This technology continues to evolve and we are evolving…

You are the product

You Are the Product: The Price of Free in the Growing Privacy Industry

In an Internet world dominated by Facebook and Google, most people understand the phrase “If you aren’t paying for it, you are the product.” What people don’t understand is that this concept has also landed on the shores of the privacy industry. History…


Juniper Finds “Unauthorized Code” in ScreenOS; VPNs Vulnerable to Decryption

Juniper Networks announced yesterday evening that they had released an emergency patch after they discovered “unauthorized code” in ScreenOS, the operating system of its NetScreen firewalls, that could allow “a knowledgeable attacker to gain administrative access to NetScreen devices and to decrypt VPN connections.” Juniper…

Tech Toy Privacy Risk

Tis the Season for Tech Toys…and the Privacy Risks they Bring

Tis the season for toys! We’re shopping for games, stuffed animals and…spying barbie dolls? People are increasingly aware of online privacy concerns during the holiday season (and every season!), from the importance of securing your Internet connection when shopping online, to the necessity…


VPN Study Highlights the Importance of a Trustworthy VPN

By Philip Molter, Co-CTO of Golden Frog, GmbH The VPN industry is abuzz with talk of a recent study, “A Glance through the VPN Looking Glass: IPv6 Leakage and DNS Hijacking in Commercial VPN clients.” Conducted by a group of researchers from Sapienza…


Top 3 Reasons to Use a VPN

There are lots of reasons to use a VPN to encrypt your Internet connection. Here are Golden Frog’s top 3! 1. No one likes a snoop VPNs protect your privacy and prevent ISPs from monitoring and controlling your online communications and browsing activity….

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From Forbes: Netflix Is Under Pressure To Ban VPN Use

In an online world that is increasingly less private and secure, we’d hope the organizations would encourage privacy tools and stop inaccurately stereotyping VPN users. Read the full article: Netflix Is Under Pressure To Ban VPN Use

Hidden Dangers DNS

The Hidden Dangers of DNS

Our infographic, “The Hidden Dangers of DNS” explains how your DNS requests can be captured and logged by 3rd parties. Learn how you can prevent these breaches of privacy by using VyprDNS, which is built into VyprVPN, and increase your security online.

What’s Your 2014 Tech Resolution? How About Securing Your Ever-Expanding Digital Life?

Six out of 10 people in the U.S. make New Year’s resolutions — mostly focused on getting fit or losing weight – but only eight percent of them actually succeed at keeping them. What’s your resolution for 2014? Work out more? Travel more?…