Welcome To The Updated Proton VPN

Today, we’re thrilled to present one of the biggest updates to Proton VPN since we set out to revolutionize the VPN industry in 2017. This update brings a new Proton VPN logo, colors, and the launch of Proton’s new privacy-by-default ecosystem. Proton VPN was not the world’s first VPN service, but it has always been […]
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The Most Dangerous Ransomware Gang

We explain Conti, the ransomware group that has crippled Costa Rica, U.S. healthcare networks, and major companies.
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What To Do With Old Phone Cases

Find out how to reuse or recycle old phone cases and the types of eco-friendly options on the market.
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Can You Find An IP Address From An Email?

Could someone get your IP address from an email you’ve sent them? Find out whether your privacy is at risk and how to protect yourself.
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How To Secure Online Banking With A VPN

Once an industry that revolved around paper (or, in the United States’s case, cotton) currency, banking has now, for the most part, moved online. Today you can cash your paycheck, transfer some money to savings, pay your bills, and reimburse a friend for dinner all from your bank’s app. This is undoubtedly more convenient, but […]
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Supercharge Peer-to-peer Speeds With Port Forwarding

You asked and we listened. Following months of hard work by our engineering team, we are excited to announce a feature that you, our passionate and highly engaged community, have been clamoring for: port forwarding.  Now available for our Windows VPN app, port forwarding is a new feature that dramatically improves download speeds when using […]
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ProtonVPN’s No-logs Policy Certified By An External Audit

Today, we are excited to announce we passed a new milestone in our drive to make Proton as transparent as possible with the completion of a third-party audit of our infrastructure that confirmed our strict no-logs policy. Now, when we say we are a no-logs VPN, it is not just a claim: it has been […]
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What Is Internet Censorship, And How Does It Work?

The internet was founded on the idea that it would be a free and open space for expression. Unfortunately, internet censorship is becoming more common worldwide. But while technology provides the tools for Internet censorship, it also offers ways to fight back. We explain what internet censorship is, how it works, and how to defeat […]
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How To Bypass Internet Censorship

A VPN is a powerful tool used by millions to bypass most forms of government censorship It is an unfortunate fact that more and more governments around the world are attempting to censor the truth and prevent their citizens from using social media to communicate and organize. A virtual private network (VPN) is a powerful […]
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How To Protect Your Privacy On Dating Apps

Back in 2019, we did a deep dive into what you can do to protect your privacy on dating apps while still matching with people. Now that it’s 2022, we have updated this article with the latest news and tips. Dating apps are now as much a part of modern courtship as going to the […]
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What Is An IP Address?

Everything you need to know about IP addresses An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a numerical label that uniquely identifies every device that connects to the internet. It is used to: Identify a device or network connected to the internet Route packets (containing data) so they can find a device or network that is connected […]
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US Data Protection: Online Habits And Data Breaches

Our survey reveals US online data protection habits and how common data breaches are. As an organization building an internet where privacy is the default, we at Proton are always interested in how people protect themselves and their data online. We asked 1,000 randomly selected people over the age of 16 questions about their online […]
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What Is Incognito Mode (Private Browsing) And Is It Really Private?

Incognito mode, or Private Browsing, is a privacy setting in your browser that lets you surf the web more privately. But how private is it? We explain what Incognito mode is, how it works, and how you can use it to enhance your privacy. We’ll also look at what it doesn’t do and what you […]
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Video: Best Ways To Store Your Passwords

Do you keep your passwords on Post-It notes? There are actually worse ways to store your passwords.
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