• CERN And MIT Scientists Release Free VPN Service

    5 monthes ago - By Ubergizmo

    A group of CERN and MIT scientists created a secure, encrypted email service called ProtonMail quite a while back. They are now out with a new product. It's a VPN service that has been released in response to the roll back of internet privacy rules that were enacted in the Obama administration. The ProtonVPN service is now available for download to users across the globe as the service is finally out of beta.
    ProtonVPN has been in beta for a few months. 10,000 users were initially given the opportunity to test the service before it's public release. The tests have now been completed and...
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  • ProtonVPN is a free VPN service that's now available to everyone

    ProtonVPN is a free VPN service that's now available to everyone

    5 monthes ago - By Beta News

    ProtonMail has opened up its free VPN service to anyone who wants to use it. ProtonVPN was previously only available to a limited number of beta testers, but now everyone can secure their internet connection for free. The company is best known for its encrypted email service, but the prospect of a free VPN tool will also be enticing to anyone who has concerns about privacy. It also provides a free way of bypassing internet restrictions that may be put in place by governments or ISPs. ProtonVPN was created to supplement ProtonMail, with the primary aim of protecting journalists and...
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