What are the 14 Eyes Countries?

14 Eyes Countries

What are the 14 Eyes Countries and Why Should You Care

Many VPN users haven’t heard of or don’t care that much about international surveillance alliances that operate on the internet. But, if you’re more of an advanced user, you’re probably familiar with the 14 Eyes Countries term. Still, there are many uncertainties and false information that is tied to this theme.  In this week’s blog, we’re going to talk about what the ‘’14 Eyes Countries’’ are and why you should keep this information in mind when choosing a VPN service.

What are the 14 Eyes Countries Jurisdiction?

The 14 Eyes Countries alliance is also known as SIGINT Senior Europe. Although this jurisdiction is not very known to the general public, it draws its roots back to the original 5 Eyes Countries alliance. The 5 Eyes Countries Alliance included The USA, The UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Today, the 14 countries that are a part of this alliance are the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Italy, Belgium, New Zealand, Canada, Denmark, France, Sweden and Spain. This alliance includes surveillance agencies from each country. The agencies often work together to collect and record internet activities, as well as exchange military intelligence. Read more...

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How to Setup a VPN? Ultimate Windows VPN Setup Guide

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How to Setup a VPN? Windows VPN Setup Guide

A VPN service helps you establish a safe and private connection through a remote server tunnel. The process of setting up one, however, can often be a challenging task for most users. In this week’s piece, we will show you how to set up your VPN service on almost any version of Windows out there. We’ve used ZoogVPN during this VPN setup guide to make this guide as comprehensive as possible, as it supports a number of different protocols, including OpenVPN, IKEv2, L2TP, and PPTP. So, let’s get started. Read more...

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Fast VPN Protocol Comparison – Which Protocol is the Top Performer?

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What is the Fastest VPN Protocol?

There are many fast VPN protocols internet-goers can take advantage of when online. OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP/IPSec and IKEv2 are just some of the most popular ones. In this week’s article, we are going to take a look at the most popular VPN encryption protocols and compare their speed, performance, and overall quality.

Top Protocols Compared

We will compare the protocols side by side to see how they stack one against another. Since the OpenVPN protocol is regarded as the industry standard, it will serve as a jumping off point to which other protocols will be compared. Read more...

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What is an OpenVPN Client and How You Can Benefit From It

OpenVPN Client

What is an OpenVPN Client and Why You Should Use It

OpenVPN is currently the most popular option when it comes to VPN encryption protocols. Launched back in 2001, it is also one of the oldest encryption protocols for VPN’s. OpenVPN supports Windows, macOS, Android and Linux devices, and is regarded as the ultimate option for security and flexibility. In this week’s article, we’ll talk about what is OpenVPN, how it works and how you can use it to your advantage.

What is OpenVPN?

OpenVPN is an open-source encryption protocol project you can use to keep your traffic secure, without sacrificing connection speeds and performance. The OpenVPN client is a collection of separate encryption standards and protocols, all set in place to guide your connection to its target destination, safely and privately. Read more...

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What is a VPN? – Beginners Guide for Virtual Private Networks

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What is a VPN? – Back to the Basics

By now, most internet users have heard about VPN’s and some of their benefits. But do you know what is a VPN and why you should use one? In this back to the basics article, we will go over the technology that lies behind a VPN and take a look at how you could use a virtual private network to protect your online privacy.

What is a VPN?

A simple VPN definition would say that it is a technology that allows its users to enjoy privacy and security on the internet. Though the meaning of VPN’s is to obtain privacy, this privacy can be classified as optimal, but not total. In theory, all of the traffic that goes through your VPN is safe and can’t be intercepted or traced. This, in return, makes your network private and secure. Read more...

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