Overcoming Internet Obstacles in China

VyprVPN Shakes Off China’s Latest One-Two Punch Blocking Attempt

The Chinese government began blocking VyprVPN connections for the third time this month on the night of June 24th at 10pm CST, then made another attempt around 2am CST the morning of June 25th. When our dedicated team of engineers—who work in-house—received the…

    VyprVPN Not Affected by VPN Port Forwarding Vulnerability

    VyprVPN Secured From Installation Vulnerability

    We would like to thank Chris Navarrete of Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs for bringing to our attention a potential security vulnerability related to the VyprVPN installation process on Windows. Our development team immediately recognized the issue and promptly found a solution. We wanted to…

    Overcoming Internet Obstacles in China

    VyprVPN Service in China Restored After Another Blocking Attempt

    The Chinese government began blocking some VyprVPN connections on the morning of June 20th around 5am CST. Because our dedicated team of engineers works in-house, they located the source of the block and made the necessary adjustments to restore service quickly. This is…

    Homeland Security Asked; “No-Logs” IPVanish Delivered, then Sold to StackPath

    IPVanish was busted earlier this week for providing logs and customer information to the United States Department of Homeland Security even though they advertised a “zero-log” VPN service. IPVanish’s response seems to largely blame IPVanish’s prior management for logging and they continue to…

    Russia Internet Data Storage Law

    Like China, Russian Censorship Reinforces VyprVPN Pledge for Online Freedom

    A digital Iron Curtain has been steadily rising into position around the cyber borders of Russia for years now, all in an effort to block contact and content from the rest of the online world. In their latest move, Russian lawmakers adopted legislation…

    We Aren’t Surprised – Another “No-Log” VPN Provider Busted for Logging

    IPVanish is under fire after a Reddit user blew the whistle on the reality of the VPN provider’s logging policies.   Back in 2014, IPVanish released a blog post in which they stated they would, “no longer record the connection data we used for…

    Overcoming Internet Obstacles in China

    VyprVPN Service in China Restored After Latest Round of Blocking

    The Chinese government began blocking VyprVPN connections at 7am CST on June 1st. This blocking attempt was likely due to the impending anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 on June 4th. As with previous blocking attempts, our engineers rapidly implemented procedures…

    How to Improve Your 2018 World Cup Viewing Experience

    Streaming the 2018 World Cup with a VPN For avid sports fans, streaming events online with a VPN is absolutely essential. VPN technology enables you to bypass geo-restrictions in order to view live sporting events and sites from anywhere in the world. A…

    Red Alert for Net Neutrality

    Breaking: the Senate is about to vote on a resolution to save net neutrality and stop ISPs from ruining the Internet. Starting May 9th, put your website, app, or social profile on “Red Alert” to help sound the alarm. Fill out this form…

    Internet censorship in Russia.

    VyprVPN Remains Accessible Despite Russian Blocks

    The demise of Telegram didn’t entirely go as planned after Russian officials announced they were banning the service back in April. Russia’s move to block Telegram came after the encrypted messaging app refused to hand over user decryption keys to the FSB. Rather than…