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Google One VPN Released for Mac, Windows

Google has just released its One VPN app for Mac and Windows systems, which similar to its mobile counterpart, encrypts and otherwise masks the user's internet traffic, Engadget is reporting. Google One VPN requires at least $10 per month 2TB Google One plan, and lets you share access with up to five other users. The service...

Researcher Says iOS VPNs Leak Traffic and Apple Knows it

Computer security researcher Michael Horowitz has today revealed on his blog that iOS devices do not fully route all network traffic through VPNs, a potential security issue Apple has known about for years (via ArsTechnica). Horowitz notes that while all third-party VPN apps seem to provide the device with a new IP address, DNS servers, and a...

Best VPN Black Friday Deals 2020

If you’re looking for the best VPN Black Friday deals for 2020, we have you covered. A VPN will keep your web habits encrypted, secure your web browsing when using unsecured public Wi-Fi, plus allow you to access U.S. streaming services in Canada. It's a must-have if you're a digital nomad. Here are some of...

Documents by Readdle App Now Comes With Built-In VPN Service

Documents by Readdle app has just been updated to include a new built-in VPN service, that helps you surf the web safely and more efficiently. Once enabled, VPN works across all your apps, even when you close Documents. The service can be quickly enabled or disabled within the app. Using the new VPN service in...

Cloudflare Launches Free VPN Service for iOS Called ‘Warp’

Content delivery network services provider Cloudflare has today announced the launch of ‘Warp’ for iOS, a free new VPN service that promises to protect the users’ internet traffic while also improving their internet browsing speed. The service comes after Cloudflare’s acquisition of Neumob in 2017, the tech that powers Warp as well. The new Warp...

ProtonMail Announces Popular Free ProtonVPN Service for iOS Devices

Encrypted email service provider ProtonMail has rolled out a new version of ProtonVPN, its standalone VPN app, for iOS devices. ProtonVPN launched globally for desktop users over a year ago and has also been available for Android for 10 months, so an iOS version of the VPN service has been eagerly anticipated for quite some time. According to...

McAfee Acquires Canada-Based TunnelBear VPN Service

According to a report by VentureBeat, the Toronto-based TunnelBear virtual private network (VPN) service provider has been acquired by American security software company McAfee for an undisclosed amount. TunnelBear, which was founded in 2011, has gained a solid reputation for its fun, cross-platform VPN app over the years. The company, which branched out into password management with the launch...

Tim Cook Explains Why Some VPN Apps Were Pulled in China

During today's quarterly earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook explained why some VPN apps were pulled in China late last week. Cook said that the apps were pulled due to stronger enforcement of the law by the Chinese government. In 2015, China tightened its policy around VPNs which required all operators to obtain a license...

Apple Removing VPN Apps from China’s App Store

Virtual Private Network (VPN) services have started to receive notices from Apple, detailing how their apps have been removed from the App Store in China, a move VPN companies claim is the iPhone maker bowing to the Chinese government and its “Great Firewall”, reports Reuters. Apple Road East Nanjing Users in China use VPN apps...

PayPal Cuts Payments to Toronto-based Netflix Unblocker UnoTelly

Canadian VPN and DNS service provider UnoTelly has sent out a letter to customers informing them about PayPal's move to sever the payment processing agreement unilaterally and without prior warning. You can see an email UnoTelly has been sending to customers, as noted by iPhone in Canada reader Keith: Also, PayPal has indicated that UnoTelly...