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    3 Surprising Little Ways VPNs Help You Save Big On Black Friday

    If you’re like most holiday shoppers, you’re probably planning to nab Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, big time. Unfortunately, the shopping frenzy makes the internet a hacker’s buffet—and you’re a snack.  Snack status aside, with the help of a trusty VPN you…

    The NordVPN Hack – 3 Ways VyprVPN Keeps Your Data Safe

    NordVPN suffered a data security breach in March 2018, admitting the hack yesterday—and NordVPN isn’t alone. Its report comes in the wake of similar hacks on TorGuard and VikingVPN. VPN users like you deserve privacy, internet freedom and the chance to protect yourself…

    Introducing VyprVPN 3.0

    Today we’re excited to announce a new look for our VPN apps. VyprVPN’s design has remained fairly unchanged for many years, and for good reason. While many have praised our easy-to-use apps, we felt it was time for a new look with some…

    The Future of Our Fight Against Chinese Censorship

    The recent efforts by the Chinese government to tighten control of the flow of information available into their country has motivated us to step up our own efforts so that we can better meet the challenge of circumventing their internet censorship attempts with…

    Russia Demands VPN Providers to Comply with Censorship; VyprVPN Refuses

    Censorship in Russia has been steadily rising in the past few years, most notably with the announcement in July 2017 when the initial VPN law was signed, and later took effect the following November.  Since that time, the VPN industry was waiting to…

      The European Union Proposes a Censorship Directive Disguised as Copyright Protection

      The future of the Internet in Europe and beyond has taken an interesting twist. Under the latest reform agreed upon by the EU, Google and Facebook will be forced to share revenue with content providers and to remove copyright-protected content on both YouTube…

        Hackers Hit Australian Government with Cyberattack Raising Questions About the Wisdom of Giving them Backchannels to Internet Encryption

        The Australian government recently fell victim to a cyberattack being blamed upon a “sophisticated state actor”. No specific foreign nation or rogue regime has been named, but the widely believed presumption is that it was China.  On account of the cyberattack, the networks…

        Our Commitment to China

        The quest for a free and open Internet is a never-ending fight in modern China. The Great Firewall has been tenacious and active against VPN providers in recent months, becoming more aggressive than ever as internal tensions have put the Chinese government on…

          Apple’s Response to Saudi App Controversy Indicates a Different Moral Standard for China

          In modern Saudi Arabia, an app that has been exploited (and partially designed) for a rather medieval purpose is currently available in the app stores of both Apple and Google. The Absher app is the official app of the Saudi Interior Ministry and…

            Stream the 2019 Oscars Live

            Hollywood’s biggest night is almost upon us as movie stars and famous people parade about in designer gowns and suits on the red carpet outside of the famed Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, California. It’s a true who’s who in the entertainment industry,…