Stay safe and anonymous online with VPN for life [Deals]

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Protect and anonymize your online activity and catch your favorite streaming content anywhere with a lifetime of VPN subscription.
Protect and anonymize your online activity and catch your favorite streaming content anywhere with a lifetime of VPN subscription.
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If you’re online — and you’re reading this, so you are — you’re exposed to annoying ads and dangerous data thieves. You’re also subject to location-based content restrictions. A virtual private network offers a way through and around these internet irritations, and there’s never been a better time to look into VPNs.

As of today, you can get a lifetime of OneVPN access for just $29 at Cult of Mac Deals.

Protect yourself from online snoops and thieves forever [Deals]

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You can't be too safe online.
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Getting online means getting in line for a whole bunch of headaches — identity theft, data surveillance, hackers, location restrictions. A virtual private network (VPN) is a great way to protect and anonymize your online activity, and TigerVPN is offering a great deal on a lifetime subscription.

Right now you can get a lifetime of TigerVPN for $49 at Cult of Mac Deals.

Going fast: a lifetime of online security from VPN Land, now 75% off [Deals]

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If you use the internet (we’ll go ahead and assume you do), you’re inevitably vulnerable to all sorts of sneaky advertisers and downright thieves trying to take your data, your money, even your identity. We all hate thieves (again, let’s just assume you do), but few of us lack the know-how to make our connection to the internet more secure, making VPN Land’s Lifetime Subscription a great option – and also a great bargain at $49.00.

Emoji are about to takeover over your passwords

How will we express this emotion?!
A British company has developed an emoji-only password option for online banking.
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Our friends chuckle when we text them a story using emoji. Fun little pictures rich in context and feeling, especially when we can make use of the smiling poo.

But that funny emoji story could also make a very secure password.

The British company Intelligent Environments has developed emoji security technology the developers say will be easier to remember and offer many more combinations that a four-digit PIN code.