The best VPNs for Ubuntu don’t require manual setup. The Ubuntu VPNs we recommend all come with their own apps and meet our standards of security, privacy, speed, and ability to unblock region-locked content.
A SOCKS proxy is more limited in that it cannot provide access to remote resources, but it can mask your IP address and provide geo-obfuscation services.
Step by step guide to setting up uTorrent with a VPN for Linux desktop to form a fast, secure, and stable torrenting platform.
There is much debate about Linux antivirus. Opponents of it state that its heritage as a networked, multi-user operating system protects it. The reality is that there’s simply no reason to not install antivirus on your Linux desktop other than hubris.
In this article we take a closer look at Linux patch management tools. We’re going to give you the heads-up on some of the best tools on the market with free trial links.
In this article we look at IPTables the firewall tool. This guide includes an introduction to the chain rules of the program and some basic commands you can use.
Ubuntu, Fedora, Kali, and Mint users have a limited choice of good Linux VPN services. We take a look at the best VPNs for Linux and find out which ones you should stay clear of.
Security updates can help keep you from losing valuable data. Here’s how to install security updates on the most common operating systems and software.
A simple how-to for setting up and monitoring your own Tor relay or node.