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Why do I need a VPN?A quality VPN serves many purposes related to internet privacy, security, safety, anonymity and freedom.In 2020, we partnered with GlobalWebIndex to interview VPN users around the world and find out why they use VPNs. Common reasons for using VPNs areTo protect privacy on public .....
What are the benefits of using a VPN?1. PrivacyVPNs are ideal when absolute privacy is required. A VPN provides better privacy because it creates a secure connection between your device and the server/network you want to connect to.2. SafetyA good reason to use a VPN is that it is more secure. A VPN.....
Will using a VPN result in a Call of Duty: Warzone account being banned?No, users will not be banned if they use a VPN to connect to a different Call of Duty server. According to the game's terms and conditions, users can only be banned if they "use software that can alter or facilitate the game to .....
Spotify issuesWhile Spotify is a convenient method to access hundreds of tracks, you should know that: Spotify’s Pre-save campaigns give labels a lot of info about you. This function allows you to get a track or album as soon as it is released or pre-save tracks via third-party websites. By doing so.....
Why delete your Uber account?While Uber is a handy tool to get from A to B quickly, there are multiple reasons why you might want to delete it: Uber collects your data to share it with third parties for advertising purposes and internal use. Uber might also use it to target you with ads. If you use .....
What does Google know about you?Does Google really delete your search history? No. Google not only tracks your search history but every step on every Google platform you use. It’s not a secret, but they are not up-front about it either. They also don’t make it particularly easy to find out what data.....
What rootkits doA rootkit is a collection of malicious software hidden in your computer designed to reach areas typically not accessible to an unauthorized user and take control over your system. Hackers can exploit vulnerabilities in your software to add and remotely control it. Rootkits are very d.....
What is Chromium?Chromium is an open-source web browser created by Google. It is not a threat by itself (we’ve rated it and other Chrome-based browsers based on their security), but due to its open-source nature, users can create their own versions of it. This has led to both improvements and malici.....

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