LiquidVPN is a US based VPN that started in 2013. The VPN's main "gimmick" is a modulated IP which lets the service scramble IPs of customers. Is this VPN that special, however, making it worth a purchase?
Good / LiquidVPN has serviceable speeds, a working app, and a decent security / logging policy. Bad / LiquidVPN lacks a significant amount of servers to choose from, it doesn’t work with Netflix, it has no mobile app, and the general feeling of the service just feels a bit “mediocre”. Verdict / LiquidVPN is more than satisfactory compared to free VPNs or other VPNs out there that...[Read More]
The Netflix proxy error has been alive and well since the beginning of 2016, when Reed Hastings decided to put a stop to proxy users getting around licensed geo-restrictions. Previously, all a user had to do was use any proxy or VPN (that gave good enough speeds) to change their IP to a US IP to get the US library of content. Now in 2017, it’s not that simple. The good news is that it seems ...[Read More]
If you’re an iOS user, you might know the annoyance of being unable to download torrents onto your iPhone. The reason being is that Apple is very strict about protecting music, video, and other copyright licenses. If people are able to download torrent files through a native app on the app store, then it means less sales for the iTunes store. At the end of the day, Apple doesn’t really...[Read More]
If you’re looking for a totally free BitTorrent proxy option you’ve come to the right place. That is, if you’re willing to pay for a VPN subscription that includes a free BitTorrent proxy. I would NEVER use a “free proxy” service though. I don’t mean to be misleading. Free proxies by themselves are are often scams, ways to steal and sell data, and just plain slo...[Read More]
Black Friday is coming up this November 24th with new TV Deals and other great deals on tech stuff. This means a large amount of greedy people storming stores for wonky TVs and half priced consoles and video games, or just super cheap vacuums! Fortunately, a large majority of VPN black Friday deals have started early which means you don’t have to wait to secure your internet with top of the ...[Read More]
TorGuard and NordVPN are long running VPN competitors. Both of these VPNs have been around for awhile, and they have large user bases. Both VPNs have had significant updates, and consistent improvements. However, at the end of the day, there can only be one winner. Even the slightest edge still warrants a purchase over the other. In this TorGuard vs NordVPN comparison, I’ll break down who wins wha...[Read More]
VPN.com has a cool domain name. But does it have a worthwhile VPN?
Good / Cool domain name. Bad / IP leaks, expensive, bare bones app, aggressive logging policies. Verdict / VPN.com might be the worst VPN I’ve ever reviewed! This is what NOT to do! Intro to VPN.com Review VPN.com is a serious domain play. The guy apparently spent a couple million buying the domain in hopes to jump on the growing VPN train. The question is, is this just a gimmick play, or is...[Read More]
Using a proxy is one of the easiest ways to stay safe while torrenting. When torrenting, you are part of what is called a “BitTorrent Swarm”. Basically, you’re part of a network that is sharing and distributing files. It’s “peer to peer” which means as you download a file, someone else is sharing it. In order for this process to work, IP addresses are publicly s...[Read More]
Russia just passed a new law today requiring every website to store data on visitors. The law gives the government power to block any website they want, and the law also requires total compliance with the government’s regulations, which means that VPN services and proxies that allow users to unblock websites is breaking the law. This puts huge pressure on Russian VPN companies to bow down to...[Read More]
Mini routers are curious things. They are both something super useful, but also something most people don’t know about or want. The reason being is that they are small, and you might not think the small size could lead to many useful things. However, you’re quite wrong! Besides the obvious convenience of bringing along a mini VPN router to encrypt your internet on the go, as seen in th...[Read More]