Jonathan

Jonathan has a masters degree in Computer Engineering, loves programming and creating web services that help people perform various tedious tasks.

In his free time, he writes informative articles about networking and routers for RouterReset.com

Articles by Jonathan

How to Hide Data Usage from Service Providers

Published: July 5, 2018, 6:02 a.m. in VPN, Privacy, Broadband Connection, How-to, ISP, Data Usage

The media is filled with one horror story after another about celebrities or high-profile people who have had their online information hacked. Emails they thought were deleted are suddenly in the spotlight or even used for blackmail. If you don’t want your personal life out there for the world to ...

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Does Avast VPN Keep Logs?

Published: July 3, 2018, 8:31 a.m. in VPN, Privacy, Avast VPN, Security, Reviews

What is your reason for using a VPN? Do you love torrenting and need anonymity? Or perhaps you just want easier access to international Wi-Fi sources and sites by bypassing geolocation restrictions. Of course, it can also block a few hackers and limit identity theft. If no one can see ...

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Can ISPs See You Using a VPN?

Published: June 28, 2018, 2:20 p.m. in VPN, Privacy, ISP, Security

Two of the most common questions which are asked regarding VPNs are: Can Internet Service Provider (ISP) see that you are using a VPN? And can the ISP still see the traffic and data which you are using? The answers to these questions will vary depending on the type of ...

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VPN Review: IPVanish

Published: June 23, 2018, 7:11 a.m. in VPN, IPVanish, Security, IP address, Reviews

There are plenty of reasons why someone might want to use a VPN service on their personal or even their work computer. Sometimes you may want to make sure no one is tracking your online movements, while other times you might just want to access restricted domains.  However, because there’s no ...

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Do I Need a VPN at Home?

Published: June 18, 2018, 7:30 a.m. in VPN, Privacy, Broadband Connection, Security

In the early days of the internet, Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, were only used by corporations and services which needed secure connections between their main computing center and remote offices or employees to protect their data from any threat of hacking.   Today, with the vast number of personal ...

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8 Best Free VPN Sites for Torrenting

Published: June 13, 2018, 6 p.m. in VPN, Torrenting, Security

How urgently do you want that latest hit song or movie you’ve wanted to watch? Many people solve this challenge through torrenting. Below we’ll quickly help you understand the process and especially the VPN sites you must consider. They’re vital to dynamic torrenting. What is Torrenting? Torrenting is a unique ...

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VPN Review: HideMyAss

Published: June 10, 2018, noon in VPN, Broadband Connection, Security, IP address, Reviews

In this day and age, having a reliable VPN client is a must. With the FCC’s recent decision to repeal net neutrality, this is likely to become even more critical. A lot of VPN companies promise to secure your data and provide a safe browsing experience, but that’s not always ...

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Top 11 Best VPN Services of 2018

Published: May 30, 2018, 6:12 p.m. in VPN

When you’re using a VPN, to the outside world you appear invisible. All your online activity, as well as data, is being routed through a remote server. As far as ISPs, hackers, ad agencies, and government agencies are concerned, that server is doing the browsing and not you. If you ...

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Are VPNs Worth It or a Waste of Money?

Published: May 5, 2018, 5:34 p.m. in FAQ, VPN

One of the most common ways in which people keep their data private and secure when they are online is by using a VPN. A VPN can mask the user's IP address so that they cannot be tracked online and encrypts their data while they are connected. As with any ...

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What is DDNS / DynDNS and what is it used for?

Published: April 16, 2018, 3:57 p.m. in Key Concepts, Networking

DDNS stands for dynamic domain name system and is often referred to as dynamic DNS as well. In the simplest terms, it is the DDNS service that allows a user to access his computer over the internet, from anywhere across the globe. The service maps the domain names from the ...

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