Cryptostorm is an interesting VPN–mainly due to it’s strange and…awkward history in which it’s former (and perhaps current) CTO Douglas Spink was involved with smuggling coke and operating bestiality farms. Since Cryptostorm’s staff is anonymous, and their website looks like the work of a deranged madman, I’ll let you make your conclusions if this company can be trusted with your secur...[Read More]
With a strange history, and a website to validate questionable design, Cryptostorm might just be the oddest VPN provider we've taken a look at. But, in terms of how the service operates, is it actually decent? Or does it deserve to go down in flames like Douglas Spink?
If you’ve been torrenting without a good VPN, you’ve put yourself at unnecessary risk from snoopers. There are companies paid to monitor P2P activity, and it’s quite easy for your internet service provider to monitor all of your activity with deep packet inspection.When you’re torrenting, others can see your IP address and find your real world location quite easily. In fact...[Read More]
Is Peerblock still good? If you’re looking to increase your anonymity while torrenting, you might be considering using Peerblock. On paper, Peerblock sounds fine. For one, it’s free. Regarding primary use, it blocks bad connections known to be affiliated with governments, corporate entities, or just IPs flagged for anti-p2p activities. However, unlike a VPN, Peerblock has many vulnerabilities and ...[Read More]
Hide.Me VPN is one of the few VPN providers to offer a free version alongside their premium VPN. However, does that mean it’s worth your consideration or time as a potential customer? In this Hide.Me review, we take a close look at what this VPN offers and what it could potentially improve to become even better. Stick around to find out our verdict! Pricing 4/10 Hide.Me’s pricing model is at first...[Read More]
Hide.Me is one of the few VPNs to offer a free version. However, despite being a bargain at first glance, is Hide.Me really that great of a deal for what you get? Read the review to find out!
One of the best ways to listen to music in the early 21st century is through music streaming. If you’re in the right place, you have a lot of great options like Amazon Music, Google Play, Pandora, Spotify–and the list continues. However, if you’re in the wrong place, your IP can be flagged as an outside zone, blocking you from listening to the service that you want. For example, if you’re no...[Read More]
Every year there are more and more VPNs entering the internet encryption industry. However, not all of these VPNs are equal, with some smaller VPNs having to grow their networks and systems the same way as the VPNs before it. Often this means newer VPNs have trouble competing with older more established VPNs–however, that is not always the case. We’ve seen plenty of VPNs that are older...[Read More]
New small portable VPN routers are engaging security conscious users everywhere. They’ve made massive successful Kickstarter and IndieGoGo campaigns, in some cases raising over $850,000. It’s easy to see that there’s demand for security and encryption in today’s internet-focused world where people strive to protect personal information from companies, governments, and even ...[Read More]
Are you looking to change your IP address? Changing your IP address can be useful for many reasons. Maybe you want to access Netflix in a different location, or maybe you want just to hide your original IP address so people can’t find your real world location. Or perhaps, you’re torrenting files, and you don’t want anyone to know about your P2P activity, regardless of what you’re downloading. At t...[Read More]