Justin Schamotta

Justin Schamotta is an experienced writer, having spent the past two decades covering everything from consumer tech to corporate malfeasance. He's currently studying for a BSc in Data Science, after initially completing a postgraduate diploma in journalism at Cardiff University. When he's not playing with words and numbers, he can normally be found surfing at one of the beaches near his home.

Articles by Justin

It’s not fun using the internet with a slow connection. In this guide, find out how to diagnose and fix ExpressVPN when it’s slow and not performing as well as it should be.
By Justin Schamotta in VPN & Privacy on January 15, 2024
Does your browser come with a VPN? Would you like it to? In this guide, we take a close look at whether it’s worth switching to a browser with a built-in VPN.
By Justin Schamotta in VPN & Privacy on January 12, 2024
Trying to decide which torrent client to go for? Two of the most popular options are qBittorrent and uTorrent. We directly compare them to find out which is best.
By Justin Schamotta in VPN & Privacy on December 11, 2023
Sony LIV has lots of great content that you’ll struggle to find elsewhere. In this guide, we'll tell you how to watch Sony LIV if you’re in the USA and highlight the best VPNs for the job.
By Justin Schamotta in VPN & Privacy on December 5, 2023
Videoland is the best place to find Dutch TV shows and movies online. But how can you access it if you’re not in the Netherlands? We find out.
By Justin Schamotta in VPN & Privacy on December 4, 2023
Do you want more protection from malware than your iPhone can provide? The best iPhone antivirus software will plug any security gaps and provide additional features to boot.    
By Justin Schamotta in Antivirus on November 13, 2023
We expect a lot from our phones, so it's little wonder that some of them fail to make it through the day. We explore whether VPNs should shoulder some of the blame for fast-draining batteries. 
By Justin Schamotta in VPN & Privacy on November 10, 2023
Looking to make huge savings on Photoshop, Illustrator and other Adobe Creative Cloud apps? We'll give you the rundown on which VPNs will get you the cheapest prices.
By Justin Schamotta in VPN & Privacy on July 10, 2023
GoodWill ransomware is a form of malware where attackers demand that victims perform a series of "good" activities in order to release encrypted data. Find out more in this guide.
By Justin Schamotta in Information Security on January 29, 2023
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