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Spark has a simple mission to help you chose the best VPN without any bias. Which VPN do I use? See it here!


Only a few days ago users starting noticing that PureVPN was hosting a malicious file on their blog. This file was obfuscated as a Microsoft office document. However, users found out that this file was infected with many dangerous components, including a windows password stealing trojan. Here are some screenshots of the examination of the file: What does the hack mean? Hosting a malicious file on ...[Read More]

How to Pay for a VPN Anonymously in 2017

One of the main reasons to use a VPN is to make your internet activity private and secure. However, to get to that point, you’re going to have to invest a little bit of dough to ensure you have maximum anonymity. One good way to start that early is to for a VPN anonymously. Some people don’t mind using a credit card or PayPal, but depending on if you’re lazy, or just a bit parano...[Read More]

Which VPNs Accept BitCoin?

There’s nothing more disappointing than finding a seemingly good VPN, and then finding out that they don’t accept BitCoin. In a lot of ways, paying with PayPal or a Debit card is just simply impractical if you want to stay anonymous and hide your real identity. In the search for a VPN, one of the questions you might ask yourself is “which VPNs accept Bitcoin?” IMPORTANT: Do...[Read More]



BlackVPN is a smaller provider known for being based in Hong Kong and offering good privacy. But is that all it can offer, or is it actually a good VPN for every day use?



BlackVPN is another smaller VPN provider that somehow manages to get on big websites like TorrentFreak advertising how it’s a top-notch VPN provider that cares about your security. They claim that they have the highest speeds and reliable servers. In this BlackVPN review, we uncover the truth.   Pricing  5.5 /10 BlackVPN has two pricing schemes–one for allowing privacy as a full p...[Read More]


Since the internet has expanded, you might have found that you have a ton of important stuff you want kept private. Whether that’s your Netflix password, your bank account information, or just some… photos you’d like to keep your own. If you’re not using a VPN to browse the internet, websites can see tons of your information. Here’s just a simple script to display wha...[Read More]

How to Setup VPN for Xbox One and Playstation 4

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are finally coming into their own, with exclusive titles like Halo 5 and Bloodborne finally released. However, in 2016, more exclusive titles are coming out (Gears of War 4 for Xbox One and Uncharted 4 for PlayStation 4) as well as popular features finally being implemented (backward compatibility for Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 virtual experience releasing fall o...[Read More]


While there’s a lot of ways your information can be stolen, corrupted, or leaked, there’s also a lot of ways to protect your data and your internet traffic from snoopers. Three popular approaches to protect your IP address and your internet proxy are the Tor network, VPNs, and proxy services. This guide will help you understand the three different technologies and guide you into using ...[Read More]


Netflix has been pushing forward their VPN block more and more in the last few months. Fortunately, we made a list of a good portion of VPNs that don’t work, as well as those that do. This guide will help you watch Netflix with a VPN in 2016. But, even the best VPN providers that are currently supporting users who want to access Netflix with a VPN are having difficulties. If you’re imp...[Read More]

TorGuard vs BTGuard VPN

TorGuard VPN and BTGuard VPN are two very different VPN providers. However, since they are so different, you might be wondering what makes them so. In this TorGuard vs BTGuard VPN comparison, we will go over the top features and worst features of each VPN provider so you can get an unbiased perspective on which VPN is better. Pricing BTGuard VPN BTGuard VPN’s one month price isn’t bad ...[Read More]

Best VPN for Indonesia

Are you looking for the best VPN for Indonesia? Indonesia is the second largest Muslim country in the world, which makes it the second most aggressive country against pornography and religious criticism. If you want to uncensor your internet, a VPN is a great way to do so. A wide variety of content could be blocked in Indonesia since many of the censorship requests are haphazardly carried by overz...[Read More]

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