Golden Frog’s VyprVPN Encryption Service Launches Its Global Service Provider Program

Golden Frog, a global security software developer and applications provider, announces the offering of VyprVPN through its Global Service Provider Program.  VyprVPN is a fast, reliable Virtual Private Network (VPN) service that uses PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, and OpenVPN protocols and NAT Firewall to deliver…

How Secure Is Your Wi-Fi Network?

Are you taking the right measures to protect your information across Wi-Fi networks? YouGov and the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office conducted a poll that found more than 40% of Wi-Fi users do not know how to change their network’s security settings. These settings…

Deep Packet Inspection: Do You Have a Choice?

Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) is a networking technology that inspects the content of data packets as they travel over the Internet. It filters or throttles your Internet connection based upon the data content. The first DPI devices were used to troubleshoot network problems…

Giganews Unveils VyprVPN to All Customers

Golden Frog’s complete suite of VyprVPN personal VPN services, including OpenVPN and NAT Firewall, are now available to all Giganews customers.

Major Mimo Update: v0.2.0 – “The New Core”

Golden Frog is pleased to release Mimo Usenet Browser 0.2.0. We completely overhauled Mimo’s core downloading engine, resulting in faster speeds, fewer lockups, and better download management. If you’ve tried Mimo in the past but put it aside because of download or stability…

Privacy at Risk: Swedish ISP Responds to Europe’s Data Retention Directive

How far is too far? A current news article brought to light that the European Union’s Data Retention Directive requires Internet, mobile and fixed phone providers to keep customer data for a minimum of six months, and up to two years. The Swedish…

Facebook Responds to Privacy Violations of Tunisian Citizens

The country of Tunisia is in a state of unrest and dissent as millions tune in to follow the anti-government protests. In a recent news story , social media giant Facebook noticed suspicious activity as reports came in regarding the hacking of several…

Even “Techies” Can be Hacked

Free Public Wi-Fi Issues Exposed at Global Conference Concerns about the safety and security of public Wi-Fi came into light at the recent Digital Life Design Conference, an annual global science and technology event. Attendees of the event were granted access to the…

A Free Internet? Twitter Blocked in Tunisia and Egypt

The latest news from Tunisia and Egypt is reminiscent of the government crackdowns on social networking sites from Iran during 2009.  According to an article published this week, Egypt appears to have blocked access to Twitter in response to citizens using social networking…

The Downside of Free Wi-Fi

Chances are you use a free Wi-Fi connection from time to time.  Whether on business travel, sitting in the doctor’s office, or just hanging out at a coffee shop, it is a major convenience to have free access to the Internet when you…