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IPv4 is running out of unique IP addresses, so IPv6 aims to replace it. This article explains the difference between the two, which is the most secure, and explains why IPv6 adoption has been so slow.
By Paul Bischoff in VPN & Privacy on July 23, 2023
DuckDuckGo says Google Chrome's private browsing mode, incognito, doesn't stop Google from using personal data to customize search results.
By Paul Bischoff in VPN & Privacy on January 11, 2019
Unblock-Us returns with a smart DNS proxy solution but does it let you watch Netflix shows from back
By Paul Bischoff in VPN & Privacy on January 24, 2023
Want to access Asian services abroad? A VPN lets you access online banking or streams like Youku and Netflix on vacation. We explain how VPNs work and recommend the best VPNs for an Asian IP.
By Ian Garland in VPN & Privacy on October 13, 2023
Although many open-source VPN clients are available for Linux, a native app requires less configuration and more features. We find the best VPNs for Linux using our 19-point assessment.
By Paul Bischoff in VPN & Privacy on April 18, 2024
The internet is heavily censored in China, with the Great Firewall blocking a huge range of sites and apps. These restrictions can be bypassed with the right VPN. So, does NordVPN work in China? 
By Ian Garland in VPN & Privacy on January 24, 2023
Considering buying NordVPN or PureVPN? We put these leading VPNs head-to-head to find out which is right for you.
By Ian Garland in VPN & Privacy on January 16, 2024
TCP and UDP are two protocols that determine how data is exchanged over the internet. Both built on top of the IP protocol, they share many similarities, but their differences make them suitable for different purposes. They are the two most widely used protocols that internet users interact with every day.
By Paul Bischoff in VPN & Privacy on August 6, 2021
Mass surveillance is carried out by governments around the world and is often cited as necessary in order to fight crime, combat terrorism and protect national security. Yet surveillance has often been criticised for violating the rights and freedom of the very people it’s designed to protect.
By Mark Gill in VPN & Privacy on September 18, 2023
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