How to Protect Your Privacy and Browse the Web Truly Anonymously

In a world where we’re constantly updating our Facebook profiles, tweeting about our day, or uploading photos to Instagram, it almost seems like online anonymity is a thing of the past. Over 80% of US Internet users say that they have very little or no control over the data that the government or companies collect […]

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How To Prevent Malware

We’ve all heard about computer viruses, but they’re just one form of malware. Malware, short for malicious software, is incredibly harmful and can wreak a whole load of havoc for unsuspecting users. If your device begins to slow down, display pop-ups, redirects your browser, or otherwise behaves unusually, then you’ve likely fallen victim to a […]

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How To Surf The Web Without Ads

Online ads are everywhere, and more often than not, they’re incredibly annoying. Many users hate that online ads seem to always interrupt them whenever they’re simply purchasing an item or reading an article. As well as being disruptive, ads can also pose serious safety risks for users. Targeted advertising uses user data to filter users […]

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What is the best VPN for streaming? The answer is simple!

Basically the question “What is the best VPN for streaming?” can be answered relatively easily. This is of course any VPN that is fast enough to meet the minimum requirements of streaming providers. Of course, it depends strongly on the image quality you want to stream. A stream in SD needs much less bandwidth than […]

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NordVPN trial version — does it exist? Sort of … this is how it works

Nobody likes to buy things without known if they work. This is especially true for products that are designed to protect your privacy and keep you anonymous. Data is the new gold. Big companies and authorities try to collect as much as possible. You want to defend yourself against this. There are many options to […]

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IP addresses of your ISP – how often do they change on average?

An interesting study called Don’t count me out: On the relevance of IP addresses in the tracking ecosystem looked at how often the IP addresses allocated by the ISP change. The study looked at several thousand IP addresses in ten countries around the world. The following countries are included in the study: Switzerland, France, Great […]

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PIA (Private Internet Access) VPN: WireGuard in all Apps

The VPN provider PIA (very nice client)* (Private Internet Access) has activated and rolled out the VPN protocol WireGuard in all its apps. You can now use it on Linux, Android, Windows, macOS and iOS. WireGuard is faster, but has pitfalls if the provider does not implement additional privacy and anonymity protection. PIA has done […]

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Coronavirus — beware of malware — better make own update ticker #MonthOfMaking

Not a day goes by that I don’t get a newsletter with warnings about malware related to the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes the lung disease COVID-19, but everyone should be aware of that by now. Cybercriminals are taking advantage, and that too is well known. Especially coronavirus tickers with malware are on the rise. The […]

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Paris Saint-Germain vs Borussia Dortmund live on free TV — it’s possible!

Most viewers all over the world can’t watch the UEFA Champions League on Free TV but the Swiss have much more luck. At least SRF still broadcasts a match on Wednesday. SRF calls it the top match, but in the round of last sixteen it’s a tough call. The other Wednesday game would be Liverpool […]

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Six Nations Rugby 2022 Live / Public TV – watch from everywhere!

Rugby is a great game and the Six Nations start today. As usual, England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales battle for the crown. It is the first major tournament of the year and a real highlight. Last year’s reigning world champion, South Africa, is not taking part because it’s a tournament of the Northern […]

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