Secure Wi-Fi is a paid VPN service from Samsung and McAfee. Here is what it does and how to stop its adverts and remove it from your Android phone.
Here is how you can block most programmatically inserted ads, or “dynamic ads”, in your favorite podcasts. No special software required.
VPN providers are good advertisers and also pay good money to make even [formerly] reputable tech media websites “recommend” their services.
InvizBox wants some of that sweet VPN subscription service revenue. Abandons Tor Onion network anonymity in favor of a more lucrative venture.
Do the poorly disclosed affiliate links and link commissions make a difference in how PCMag rank VPN providers? (It would seem so.)
Many VPNs require you to install their root certificates to use their service. This also enables them to intercept your encrypted web traffic.
Bugs in the Windows Settings app cause problem when setting up VPN connections with IKEv2 EAP authentication profiles. Here’s how to set it up despite the bugs.
The final part and conclusions in my four-part review series of the Vilfo VPN router. Is it worth its premium price tag?
I found several privacy and security issues with the Vilfo VPN router during my week-long review.
The Vilfo VPN/security router has support for Wi-Fi, but it’s too under-powered to serve as your household’s Wi-Fi router.
The Vilfo router uses off-the-shelve hardware components but it isn’t top-grade stuff. It’s Wi-Fi is underwealming and isn’t designed for privacy and security.