Author: Bruce McDonald

Bruce MacDonald is full-time writer and part-time geek. He has over 22 years of technical writing experience in software and telecommunications and everything in between. He has published novels in his native Canada and been very well reviewed in major daily newspapers and literary imprints. At present he can be found on his farm in the Talamanca mountains of Costa Rica, where he plies his word trade in multiple markets simultaneously.

Here’s Why Premium VPNs Pay for Themselves over Time

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Here’s Why Premium VPNs Pay for Themselves over Time

Updated March 20, 2019

As any savvy shopper knows, free things often come with a catch, or they’re probably worth about as much as they cost. Well this logic isn’t exclusive to typical retail – it also applies to online security.

Why would a cyber-security provider of any sort spend money and time developing infrastructure and programs, only to offer services for free? I mean it happens, but it’s rare.

Why Tor Isn’t Secure

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Why Tor Isn’t Secure

Tor has consistently been known as a safe way to access the internet when privacy is essential. Whistleblower Edward Snowdon famously used Tor aka The Onion Router when collecting top secret documents and leaking them. The project has relied on government grants for many years. In 2015, it was estimated that the U.S. government made up 90% of the financial backing.

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