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IVPN Pro review: Privacy gets a huge boost

IVPN in brief:
P2P allowed: Yes
Business location: Gibraltar
Number of servers: 76
Number of country locations: 32
Cost: $100 per year
VPN protocol: WireGuard
Data encryption: ChaCha20
Data authentication: Poly1305
Handshake: ECDH/curve25519
One of the best features of Mullvad, our favorite VPN at this writing, is that it doesn’t require an […]

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Get 25% off LastPass Premium, our favorite password manager, for World Password Day

Today is World Password Day, a day when security companies want to remind you how terrible your passwords are. If you’re looking to improve your password security, our favorite overall password manager is offering a killer deal today. LastPass is […]

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Google will automatically enroll users in two-factor authentication soon

Most security experts agree that two-factor authentication (2FA) is a critical part of securing your online accounts. Google agrees, but it’s taking an extra step: It’s going to sign up Google account holders up for two-factor accounts automatically.Google sees two-factor […]

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Dell security flaw from 2009 affects ‘hundreds of millions’ of PCs: How to fix it

First, the bad news: Security researchers recently discovered five high-severity flaws in Dell’s firmware update driver—and they’ve been pushed to customer computers ever since 2009. Now the good news: A fix is already (finally?) available for people who own Dell […]

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