VPN Provider Apps vs. Open Source VPN Clients

nVPNs are an Internet sensation. Many people looking for extra privacy and security are getting this service, which allows users to hide their IP addresses and traffic from prying eyes while using encryption protocols such as OpenVPN, IPSec, SSL, L2TP, PPTP, and more. Unencrypted traffic is vulnerable! These “prying eyes” are generally hackers, governmental institutions, Internet service providers...[Read More]

How to Bypass OpenVPN Ban in Egypt: The Easy Way!

Much like China, Iran, Indonesia, North Korea, and the United Arab Emirates, among others, Egypt has been the object of Internet censorship for quite some time now. The current government, led by Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, works very hard to prevent people from gaining access to a vast array of Internet sites, mostly news and dissident’s’ blogs. Earlier this year, specifically in June, the ...[Read More]

What is the difference between PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, SSTP, IKEv2, and OpenVPN?

If you’ve just started your VPN, or just looked at your VPN application settings lately, you might have noticed multiple options to change your protocol within the VPN. Don’t be afraid, these protocols aren’t that complicated. VPN providers give users control to select which protocol they want to use within their VPN applications. These protocols include Point-to-Point Tunneling (PPTP), Layer 2 Tu...[Read More]

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