VyprVPN owns and manages its own networks and servers. During my recent VPN testing shoot-out, VyprVPN consistently ranked as one of the fastest VPN providers out there. In addition to raw speed, they have an incredible list of supported clients from traditional PCs (Mac, Windows, Linux), to routers (DDWRT, OpenWRT, AsusWRT), smartphones (iPhone, Android, Blackphone,… Continue reading VyprVPN Review
Think of all the valuable data your PC contains (pictures, files, invoices, contacts, etc). Now imagine losing all of that data Virus’ are still a thing but you should be more worried about ransomware, worms and all of the other digital creepy crawlies roaming the net looking to make you their next victim. Go read… Continue reading How to protect your PC from infection
Since the tightening of US border entry rules, readers have been emailing asking: “What should I do when crossing the USA / Canada border?” Canadian readers (and non-US) travelers to the US wanted to know what the new tighter controls mean when crossing into the US. The first important truth most travelers need to accept… Continue reading New US Border Control rules for Canadians
Like it or hate it, one thing we can all agree on is that Apple’s in-package lightning cables are horrible. They are weak and usually become frayed and unusable within months. First stay away from the cheap Chinese knockoff cables. Every MFI (Made For Iphone) certified cable comes with a special (in cable) authentication chip.… Continue reading The best lightning cable for your IOS products
When a new undisclosed (0 day) vulnerability is used to hack a target’s device, the media jumps all over it and create a small panic. Government intelligence and organized crime are always looking for new creative ways to break into target devices and are willing to pay top dollar for new unknown hacks. Vulnerability brokers… Continue reading Will your Android phone allow someone to hack you?
It’s that time of the year again when we all gather around our web browser and watch Apple’s masterfully choreographed launch of the next iPhone (we believe the iPhone 7). It is safe to assume that with the Phone, they will also launch some ancillary products like the Watch or maybe even a new Macbook… Continue reading How to watch Apple’s iPhone event tomorrow
All digital assistants are complicated creatures that force you to learn a new query language. Siri is no exception. It can do a mind numbing number of activities. How do you remember everything it can accomplish? A new site called Hey-Siri.io currently lists over 480 different commands with all of the different variations and permutations available… Continue reading Hey Siri Cheat Sheet