Are Mobile Apps Putting User Privacy at Risk?

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Mobile Apps are Putting User Privacy at Risk – Here’s What You Can do About it

The convenience mobile devices bring can’t be disputed, as they allow us to keep in touch with friends and family, follow hobbies and interests and even conduct business on the go.  But, even though mobile apps bring many advantages to the table, they also come with a lot of drawbacks many mobile users tend to forget about. In this week’s Zlog, we will discuss if mobile apps are putting user privacy at risk and what you can do to prevent this from happening to you.

Apps that put your Mobile Device at Risk

Here’s a quick rundown of the most common apps that have been found to exploit and possibly put at risk their user’s private information. Read more...

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Secure Your Online Activity with a VPN For Mobile Banking

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How to Secure your Mobile Banking with a VPN

Mobile devices and online-based accounts have become the preferred way of interacting with banks. Instead of waiting in line and losing time, all users need to do to deposit money or check their balance, is simply access the bank’s website and log in. But, with this convenience also comes a set of new risks not many internet users are aware of. In this weeks Zlog post we’ll talk about how you can secure your online transactions by using a VPN for mobile banking.

Reasons to Use a VPN for Mobile Banking

There are plenty of reasons why you should use a VPN for mobile banking, but here are the three biggest ones: Read more...

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Can ISPs Sell Your Data?

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Can ISPs Sell your Data and Personal Information?

Have you ever wondered if your internet service provider tracks your internet data and history? Since they provide you with your internet service, it’s to no surprise that every bit of information you are exchanging, receiving or sending on the internet, goes through your ISP. Depending on where you live and your country’s regulations, your ISP can keep and use your information in a number of different ways. But, can ISPs sell your data to advertisers and third parties? Read this week’s Zlog and find out. Read more...

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Do More VPN Servers Mean a Better Service?

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The More VPN Servers The Better?

VPN’s are a very useful tool for every privacy and security advocate on the internet. But, the truth is that there is a lot of false and inaccurate information regarding this topic. And, as is most often the case, the customers are the ones who get the short end. In this week’s Zlog post we’ll dig a bit deeper into the unexplored topic of VPN servers in order to find out if more always means better.

What is a VPN Server and how Does it Work?

We all know that a VPN creates a secure tunnel around your internet connection, allowing you to fool both your ISP and the websites you visit. This is all operated through a VPN server, a combination of hardware and software configured with the VPN software. The server can be physically located anywhere in theworld, providing you with a remote connection. Read more...

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Why You Should Use a VPN on public Wi-Fi

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 Using public Wi-Fi? Here’s Why You Should Have a VPN

We’re all familiar with the convenience Wi-Fi brings us. We use it every day, for business or entertainment, to the point where it almost becomes a necessity. Public Wi-Fi is all around us, as you can find it on almost every corner. But, these public networks are often unsecured, which makes them an ideal place for hackers who are looking to put your privacy and security at risk. In this week’s Zlog post, we’ll talk about the risks unsecured public Wi-Fi potentially poses, and why you should always use a VPN on public Wi-Fi. Read more...

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