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You’re leaving Fort Tarsis with a new mission and your upgraded Storm Javelin. After hours and hours of quests, you’re feeling more confident in the hostile Anthem of Creation. Then catastrophe happens. It’s not the dreaded Scars nor the Swarm Tyrant. It’s the villain Lag, and it’s slowing down your Anthem game to a crawl....
Sky Broadband Shield is a parental control app built by the internet service provider Sky. It’s automatically installed on many Sky customers’ internet connections, as a way to control what their children see online.  It’s also one of the most poorly designed parental control apps in the world. Sky Broadband Shield automatically sets a PG-13...
Most top-rated VPN providers claim to have a strict no-logs policy – but can you really trust them? With little to no evidence, we don’t blame you for being hesitant to take nothing but a VPN provider’s word when it comes to the security of your sensitive personal data. NordVPN has always claimed to have a...
Ordinarily, anyone can see what you do online. When you connect to a non-secure website, advertisers, hackers, and government agencies can see where you’re located and what kind of computer you’re using. This information can be used to feed you targeted ads, and it can block you from seeing certain web content. Web proxies protect...
Keeping Up With The Kardashians is one of my favorite shows so I was super disappointed to find that it’s not available in my country. I decided to test a few methods out and after a lot of trial and error, I finally discovered a way to watch it on Hulu from anywhere. To watch...
It’s no secret that the web can be a dangerous place. Threats ranging from spies and viruses to hackers and scammers lurk behind every virtual corner, endangering everyone from large corporations to innocent café customers. As we all search for ways to stay safe online, antivirus software and virtual private networks (VPNs) have emerged as...
There are some VPN Providers that have begun offering a lifetime subscription to their members. This is either in addition to the usual month/year/2-year options, or the only available option. On paper, the lifetime membership looks like a “can’t miss deal”. As a consumer you pay a slightly higher, one-time membership fee, and then you...
A VPN is a must if you want to surf the web safely and securely, access geo-restricted streaming sites, or use torrenting services. However, with so many excellent VPNs to choose from, knowing which is right for you can be difficult. But, don’t worry, help is at hand. At vpnMentor we tested over 200 VPNs....
What’s the biggest danger in Overwatch? Hint: it’s not the other players. Overwatch is a massive game. The players, fast-paced action and complex maps take up a huge amount of bandwidth. With the quick pace of fights and sudden escalations of action, your internet connection will struggle to keep up. The biggest dangers in Overwatch...
When you connect to the internet, your data goes over an unsecured network. It can easily be monitored, recorded, altered, or stolen as it travels from your computer to web servers. When there are no strong preventive measures in place, hackers can grab your data. For example, in May and July this year, hackers store...