Around The Web

UK2's New VPN Is A Notch Above The Average

UK2, probably best known for its Web hosting and domain registration services has now released a Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution that anyone can install on their Windows, Mac OS X or Linux system.

HTTPS Everywhere - Browser Extension For Secure Web Browsing

HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox and Chrome extension that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making your browsing more secure. HTTPS Everywhere can protect you only when you're using sites that support HTTPS and ....

How To Create A VPN Using OpenVPN And Linux

A step-by-step guide to installing and configuring a virtual private network on a Linux server.

Securitykiss: A Free VPN Software For Windows

SecurityKISS Tunnel is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) software for Windows based on OpenVPN. We have previously given a detailed tutorial on how to install and configure ProXPN which is another free VPN software. For ....

Send Anonymous Emails From Your Android Device Using Fake Mailer App

Android users can now send anonymous mails with fake id’s by using their Fake mailer application that allows any body of content to be sent to any e-mail address with a fake id and name ....

Orweb: Proxy + Privacy Browser

Based on the open-source Shadow browser from the University of Cambridge, Orweb works hand in hand with Orbot to provide web access that is able to circumvent web filters and firewalls, while also improving a ....

Free SSL Proxy By Cyberghost

CyberGhost's free proxy is a web-based ssl proxy. This means that users need not install any software to be able to use it. You can select from a list of proxy servers in different countries ....

Using Tor For Anonymous Browsing

Browsing the internet can give away a lot of information about you. Also, the owners of the sites you're viewing also will be able to see your public IP address and can determine where you ....

What is 256 Bit TLS/SSL Encryption?

Transport Layer Security (TLS) and its predecessor Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), are cryptographic protocols that allow client-server applications to communicate across a network in a way designed to prevent eavesdropping and tampering.

256-bit AES Encryption for SSL and TLS: Maximal Security

This article discusses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), its role in SSL, which web browsers and email programs support it, how you can make sure that you only use 256-bit AES encryption of all secure ....

Updated Oct 17, 2019