The digital age. So many digital footprints. Unless you are James Bond and his team at MI6, well, you cannot hide your activity online, not from the authorities. Or can you? Maybe, depends on you. Would you like to hide your digital footprints with the best VPN service?… Read More
The Australian governments approved the overreaching laws in October, 2015, which demands Internet service providers must collect and store metadata for two years. So you need to use data encryption to guarantee your security. A VPN is great for that work.… Read More
Theoretically, people in the USA enjoy a virtually completely uncensored web and powerful constitutional protections from the government. But, now we know that the second half is untrue. So citizens of the USA mostly have a deep concern about their privacy. A good VPN service can protect you from the unconstitutional mass surveillance of US citizens by the NSA and other government organizations.… Read More
Yestday, VyprVPN announced that they starting accept payment via AliPay starting from 2016 May 19. Combined with PayPal and Credit Card, VyprVPN’s payment method has become more easily for users in China.
VyprVPN also announced their new launch of 30-Day Money Back Guarantee policy.… Read More
Opera just launched its “Opera VPN” browser some days ago. It provides totally free VPN services, users can choose between five virtual locations: USA, Canada, Germany, Singapore and the Netherlands. For those who travel to China or live in China, a free VPN service from a big brand will be much more convenient!… Read More
Total VPN Review
Established in 2014 in the UK, Total VPN is a new VPN provider. Total VPN features for offering free account, any user can sign up with an email address to apply for the free permanent account credit card info (Though the account has no expiration date, there is server location and bandwidth limitation).… Read More
Most people use VPN inside China to visit blocked websites outside of the country, like Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc. However, a few people who live away from China may want to use a VPN to get into China, or access china video sites such as unblock Youku (优酷), Toudou (土豆) or other websites with a VPN.… Read More
Maybe you have learned that websites like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google are banned in China and the best way to access the sites is to use a VPN (click here to check what is a VPN?).
Actually besides these sites, there are a large number of other sites that we normally use are also blocked in China.… Read More
Facebook is the world’s largest social networking site, but you can not use Facebook in China. Facebook is banned in china together with many other famous websites such as Twitter, Youtube and Google by China’s Great Firewall. The banning of Facebook in China will make it difficult to share your travel experiences and connect with your friends and family.… Read More