It’s really quite simple. Going online is full of risks and headaches, so you should get VPN protection. A virtual private network encrypts your traffic and masks your IP address, which offers essential security and anonymity.
Cloudflare on Wednesday began beta testing a macOS version of Warp, its virtual private network currently offered only on iPhone. The VPN encrypts all internet traffic for the Mac it’s installed on, helping to protect the user’s privacy.
VPNs add security, but are often slow. Cloudflare promises its service is fast. And it’s free.
As the coronavirus pandemic leads to stay-at-home lockdowns around the country, lots of people are suddenly online even more than usual. Unfortunately, with increased online activity comes extra risk of data theft and compromised privacy.
Plus, many people who became stuck while traveling now face problems accessing location-restricted content. So it’s little wonder that NordVPN says use of its virtual private network services spiked 165% since March 11. If you haven’t already jumped on the VPN bandwagon, now is a great time to do it. With this deal from KeepSolid VPN Unlimited, you can get a lifetime’s access for just $39.
Here at Cult of Mac, we’re big fans of VPNs. That’s because they not only keep us secure and private online, they also bypass annoying location-based content restrictions, so you can stream your favorite content anywhere you go. With this great deal, you can get VPN protection on all your devices for three whole years.
If you’re not using a VPN when you go online, what are you even doing? On public or private networks, it’s one of the best ways to stay secure and anonymous online, along with other benefits. So if you’re dragging your feet with a VPN, now’s the time to get on board.
There are many good reasons to use a virtual private network (VPN). Now you can add one more to the list. PureVPN just announced its biggest deal of the year — an 89% discounted Christmas sale price on its five-year plan (now $69). That’s a good VPN for Mac at a great price.
Whether you travel for the holidays or as part of your everyday life, going online on the road typically means being vulnerable to threats. Snoops and identity thieves love public Wi-Fi networks. For protection and peace of mind on the go, your best bet is a VPN.