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NordVPN launches a native VPN app for Apple TV

NordVPN has launched its dedicated VPN app for Apple TV and it's now available for download. The VPN service joins the likes of ExpressVPN and PureVPN, which already have native apps for Apple TV.

Google will cripple Android VPN services that threaten to break advertisements

Google claims it is cracking down on VPN services that track user data and reroute traffic for ad monetization. The company will cripple apps that can interfere with or block advertisements.

ExpressVPN refuses to comply with the Indian government, removes VPN servers from country

ExpressVPN has published a post criticizing the Indian government's rule that require companies to log and share user data with authorities. As such, the firm will remove all its servers from India.

Microsoft Plan To Launch Built-In VPN With Edge Browser

Microsoft rolls out "Edge Secure Network" built-in VPN as Preview with Edge browser. It will encrypt traffic, change IP, and 1GB free data.

VPN Exposes Data for 1M Users, Leading to Researcher Questioning

Experts warn that virtual private networks are increasingly vulnerable to leaks and attack.

Cisco Plugs Security Hole in Small Business Routers

The Cisco security vulnerability exists in the RV132W ADSL2+ Wireless-N VPN Routers and RV134W VDSL2 Wireless-AC VPN Routers.

Need a VPN on Windows? These are your best options.

Unlock the full potential of the internet, straight from the comfort of your PC with one of these great VPN options.

What is the Different Between VPN and Proxy - A Complete Guide

Both the VPN and proxy are used to facilitate the connection between the client and server by hiding it’s IP address and they are slightly different in the way it handles the data.

WARNING — Critical Remote Hacking Flaws Affect D-Link VPN Routers

Some widely sold D-Link VPN router models have been found vulnerable to three new high-risk security vulnerabilities, leaving millions of home and business networks open to cyberattacks—even if they are secured with a strong password.

Free VPN apps exposed unsecured user data, researchers say

Four VPN apps tied to a company in Hong Kong could have exposed users to malware, identity theft or worse

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