Virtual Private Networks are the number one solution when it comes to protecting yourself on the Internet. The rising trend of using VPNs has resulted in a large industry growth. Nevertheless, the more VPN service providers there are on the market, the higher the chances are of you running into a faulty one. Not all of them were created with the intent of keeping the Internet a safe place.
Author: Avi Ilinsky
October is all about cyber security. Tune in and get the best deals on the market before it’s too late.
Back in 2003, the U.S Department of Homeland Security, together with the National Cyber Security Alliance, began raising awareness of the issue of online safety. Even though cyber attacks are genuinely dangerous, people don’t often pay them enough importance. Therefore, something needed to be done. Ever since, October has officially become the month for promoting cyber security awareness. Now, for the 15th year in a row, U.S citizens are reminded of the possible dangers and solutions regarding this matter.
Sky’s video on demand service Sky Go, has enabled users to watch their favourite content whenever they want, no matter where they are, for over a decade now. That is of course, as long as users are not abroad, meaning outside the UK border. Sky Go is one of the many popular geo-restricted streaming services, and can only be accessed from other countries with the help of a Virtual Private Network.
If you’re a football fan and you don’t live in the US, you’ll be happy to find out that you can still watch NFL Game Pass regardless of your location. To do this, you need to use a virtual private network (VPN), which allows you to watch geo-restricted content on the NFL Network and other sports streaming platforms such as ESPN and Fox Sports.
The 2018/2019 season of the Spanish La Liga, also referred to as La Liga Santander is set to start on August 17, 2018, and will run through to May 26, 2019. Whichever team you’re supporting, watching the season is an absolute must for fans of the game.