I mean, you have to pay your ISP for access to it, but that’s only half of the story.
While a VPN can be a useful tool, it doesn’t magically make you untraceable online.
A lot of the web is in a rush to HTTPS to not get marked as insecure in browsers such as Google Chrome. But, do you really need HTTPS on your site?
A long time ago, SSL/TLS was only for ecommerce sites. Now, everyone is expected to use HTTPS.
With the death of net neutrality, many websites are advocating that you get a VPN, but is it really necessary?
This post will show you how to find the real IP of websites that are sitting behind the Cloudflare web proxy.
I’m not the only one that doesn’t like the GDPR, but I’ll put my reasons here.
Did you know that websites with HTTPS are ranked higher on some search engines, including Google?
One of the most important things about running a website is having low loading times.
If you’re designing a website, and don’t want to use social logins, but at the same time, don’t know how to create a login system, this post will show you the easy way out 🙂 .