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The 5 best mobile VPNs

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are great for protecting your internet privacy, but they’re not perfect. Some VPNs don’t take good care of your “private” information. Mobile VPNs face all these issues and more. VPNs use encryption technologies, such as IP security (IPSec), Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)/ IPSec, Secure Sockets ...

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Best VPN for streaming of 2022

IPVanish VPN features: Native Streaming Apps: Fire TV | Simultaneous Connections: Unlimited | Kill Switch: Yes | Platforms: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, Chrome, plus routers, Fire Stick, and Kodi | Logging: No activity logs | Servers: 2,000+ | Locations: 75 | Money-back guarantee: 30 days For those folks who love the Kodi media player (and I’m one of them), IPVanish is the VPN for ...

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The 5 best Wi-Fi routers of 2022

Remote work and home offices are becoming common fixtures in our careers, with either permanent work-from-home options available or hybrid flextime models. What was once a rapid response to a global pandemic may lead to permanent, long-term changes in how we work and what we will expect our employers to ...

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Stop using Twitter to log in to other websites

Yubico With all of Twitter’s ever-growing technical problems, I’d missed an elephant in the room-sized disaster. Fortunately, a friend reminded me that many people use Twitter’s log-in as their login for other websites. Eep! You need to stop doing that right now. Why? Because part of Twitter’s log-in system is ...

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5 Fastest VPNs of 2022

ExpressVPN features: Download speed: 37% reduction Simultaneous connections: 5 | Kill switch: Yes | Platforms: Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, and a whole lot more | Logging: No browsing logs, some connection logs | Countries: 94 | Money-back guarantee: 30 days ExpressVPN is ZDNET’s 4th fastest VPN service, cutting average download speeds by 37%. This service is notable for having VPN servers in the largest number ...

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New $300M subsea cable network to link Southeast Asia, China

(Source: Singtel) Six carriers have teamed up to build a $300 million subsea cable system that seeks to boost connectivity between Southeast Asia and China. Spanning 6,000 kilometres, the network will link up Singapore, Hong Kong, Brunei, the Philippines, and China.  Called the Asia Link Cable (ALC) system, the cable ...

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