You are always suggested to install the latest patches to avoid vulnerabilities and keep your PC safe. The vast ransomware last year sneaked into victims’ system once they turned on the PC. The hackers made use of Windows vulnerabilities to attack a large number of PCs and grabbed millions of dollars throughout the world. Victims lost their precious files on PC forever. It only takes minutes to install patches. You can avoid virus infection and data & financial loss effectively in this way. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on February 14, 2019 2:30 am and last modified on February 14, 2019 2:30 am.
You read it correctly? Liquid Web is now offering Pre-Paid plans for Fully Managed VPS hosting that will enable customers to pay in advance for 12 or 24 month plans for as little as $19.99 a month! Read the rest of this post »
Published by Matt Johnston on February 12, 2019 9:16 am
We’ll keep this short and sweet. We’re happy to tell our readers here that Windscribe have announced that they’ve launched port forwarding along with Static IPs.
They are available in 10 locations, as well as 2 new locations where Windscribe support team offer residential static IPs, which make it look like you’re not using a VPN at all. If you need more info about how awesome it is, you can learn more here.
Published by Matt Johnston on February 6, 2019 2:58 am and last modified on February 13, 2019 1:41 am.
Lots of users choose FaceTime for to call instead of using the normal way. But you should know that there is FaceTime bug that allowed users to eavesdrop on the people they call with the Group FaceTime function. This bug was firstly reported by 9to5mac. It was exploitable by iPhone and iPad users running iOS 12.1 or later and by Mac users running macOS Mojave. Apple has taken the group-calling service offline after the bug was reported. The group-calling service is not available until Apple provides a software update to fix the bug. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on January 31, 2019 8:55 am and last modified on January 31, 2019 8:57 am.
VyprVPN support team have taken steps to introduce a more sophisticated system for managing redirect links in China which they hope will reduce the frequency of domain blocking.
Because their current redirect domains in China have been blocked again, so we have been told to update our current links as soon as possible so that users in China are able to access the VyprVPN website successfully. Please note! VyprVPN’s service is still working in China and is unaffected by the redirect domain name change. If you want to learn more about VyprVPN special deals please click on the button below.
Published by Matt Johnston on January 28, 2019 2:57 pm and last modified on January 28, 2019 3:01 pm.
Great News! McAfee is offering a huge discount on McAfee Total Protection to coincide with “Safer Internet Day.” If you get deal now, you get 70% off. This is a limited time offer. Grab Mcafee 70% off when the promotion is still valid. Please notice it is not a public offer. The discount will be activated only when you certain promotion link. Our link works in this way. McAfee Total Protection now is 70% off. It was GBP 89.99 a year, and now it is only GBP 26.99. Get this crazy deal during this promotion.
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on January 18, 2019 8:26 am and last modified on January 18, 2019 8:32 am.
We are happy to report that VyprVPN support team have restored their service on all VyprVPN Apps including their iOS App. You will be able to connect successfully from China using your iOS, Android, Windows and Mac devices.
VyprVPN thank you for all users’ support as they addressed the attacks of the Chinese Firewall on their service. They are committed to providing a reliable VPN service and they will be monitoring the Apps performance to make sure that their connection is stable.
Published by Matt Johnston on January 15, 2019 8:19 am
HostGator launched new product – Gator Website Builder. The new website builder is perfect for anyone who has an idea for a website and wants a frustration-free solution to building and launching their website with ease. Gator includes a drag-and-drop page builder, website hosting, security basics like an SSL certificate, and a free domain name.
Gator Website Builder offers a breadth of practical tools to fit every need. You don’t have to choose a site builder for blog or e-commerce functionalities because you can have them all. The website builder is backed by HostGator’s powerful website hosting, so you are able to upgrade your website as your online business grows steadily.
Gator comes with an integrated library of high-quality stock photos courtesy of Unsplash. These photos are available in all Gator packages at no charge and are license free. You can use them however you want. There is no need to search for stock photos, downloading, and then uploading to your website any more.
Gator is integrated website analytics and tracking, letting you keep an eye on the back end of your website right within the platform. You are able to keep track of pageviews, bounce rate and visitor demographics with a few clicks of your mouse. This type of detailed data about your website visitors will help you make informed decisions about what to do with your website and how to promote your business effectively. The full-featured Gator starts from $3.46 USD per month. Build a professional website with Gator with less effort on your side. It is a useful and affordable product.
Published by Andrew Gonzalez on January 14, 2019 6:09 am and last modified on January 14, 2019 6:09 am.
AT&T announced Thursday it will stop selling its customers’ location data to third-party service providers following a report this week said users’ location data was winding up in the wrong hands.
When Motherboard revealed a complex chain of unauthorized information-sharing that helped a bounty hunter successfully track down a reporter’s device, the federal lawmakers demanded an investigation into the alleged misuse of data. AT&T made the announcement closely. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan on January 11, 2019 7:31 am and last modified on January 11, 2019 7:31 am.
The VyprVPN Technology team has been hard at work addressing the new blocking techniques implemented by the Great Firewall. We are happy to report that in addition to the solution they provided for the Windows App they have just restored their service using the Chameleon protocol on the VyprVPN Android App.
Please make sure all customers update your applications to the latest versions to ensure you can connect.
They are committed to providing a stable and reliable service to all customers. Their team is monitoring the connection performance and will be prepared to counter any upcoming blocking attempts by the Chinese Government.
Published by Matt Johnston on December 29, 2018 2:50 am