Sponsored Story Trust.Zone VPN Use Skyrockets amid User-Tracking Concerns on the Internet Published 2 years ago on October 6, 2016 By Lester Coleman The Money Makers Club now has 6 of 15 available seats. Learn more here! Trust.Zone, an anonymous VPN, has garnered a huge amount of attention from VPN review sites in a very short time period, demonstrating the major concern Internet users have over privacy nowadays. Based in Mahe, Seychelles, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, Trust.Zone faces no requirement to retain data on its servers. No outside court order can be enforced in the company’s jurisdiction. The company claims that it ignores copyright infringement notices and U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) requests. The service supports all major VPN features, including bypassing geo filters, unblocking websites and accessing services like Netflix. To simplify pricing, Trust.Zone offers one plan for everyone: $2.99 a month, with longer term packages available. The service provides three simultaneous connections with access to all VPN network servers for all customers’ Internet traffic. An attraction for bitcoin users is a 10% discount for paying with bitcoin. The special offer is available here. Following is a summary of recent VPN service reviews from VPN trade websites. Torrentfreak Torrentfreak.com listed Trust.Zone among the VPN providers that don’t keep logs in its 2016 summary of VPN providers that take customers’ anonymity seriously. That One Privacy Site A Reddit moderator, That One Privacy Guy, collected everything about l50+ large VPN providers including Trust.Zone VPN, and put them into a detailed VPN comparison chart. The chart compares VPNs based on 30 options — including whether or not the VPN is multi-platform, based in a “fourteen eyes” country, pricing, speed, what protocols they support, what logs they do, what encryption they provide, etc. BestVPN.com BestVPN.com liked the user-friendly and easy-to-use Trust.Zone application, handsome website, no restrictions on p2p traffic, no logging policy and free trial plan. BestVPN found Trust.Zone’s VPN client impressive: it’s easy to use, it looks good, the server selection is simple, and the connection is made by clicking on a big shield in the middle of the display. Connecting, disconnecting and changing servers was speedy. Cult Of Android Cult Of Android summarized Trust.Zone as providing the ability use country-restricted streaming services, download files and use BitTorrent without the usual risk. “It’s everything you love about the Internet without the danger of hackers and the restrictions of borders.” Geeky Gadgets Geeky Gadgets noted that Trust.Zone allows unlocking VoIP applications like Skype, Viber, Google Talk, WhatsApp, etc. in countries with a high level of censorship. Privacy Tools VPNreviewz noted that Trust.Zone is recommended by Extratorrent, the largest BitTorrent system. It also noted Trust.Zone strikes a balance between ease of use and client sophistication. A user does not have to be technically adept in using it, but Trust.Zone does allow users to configure advanced features including their port, whether they want a kill switch on a given program, and other options. VPNranks.com VPNranks.com noted Trust.Zone’s scattered global server network reflects the diversity it provides its users. With servers in North America, Europe, Oceania, Europe, Asia and Africa, customers can trust Trust.Zone to get connected to any of the VPN locations at any time. The server load on most locations is less than 20% and guarantees an excellent online streaming experience, VPNranks noted. While testing server performance, VPNranks kept changing the servers to see if there were connectivity issues or speed drops, but the connection remained smooth. Because mobility with high Internet speed connection is important, VPNranks noted it has become a rare commodity. On this measure, Trust.Zone allows customers to use its services to stream and download movies and TV shows in HD quality. It allows users to stream TV shows and movies without interruptions from slow buffering speeds. VPNranks conducted a test to check the original speed and the ping before connecting with Trust.Zone’s VPN service. Tests indicated a download speed of approximately 11 Mbps and an upload speed of almost 1.5 Mbps. The ping was also impressive with 14ms. Trust.Zone’s simultaneous connections allow customers to use a single login ID on three different devices at the same time without paying extra for the service, VPNranks noted. vpnMentor.com vpnMentor.com, a site that claims it judges honesty and transparency highly, cited Trust.Zone as among the speediest providers. Users can surf anonymously by hiding their IP address and location. Trust.Zone allows a user to stop an ISP from monitoring their online activities. Users can encrypt all their Internet traffic and protect themselves from unsecured Wi-Fi hotspots, as well as cyber threats. Because Trust.Zone does not stop any type of traffic, users can do as they please on their servers, vpnMentor noted. Trust.Zone does not block or throttle any servers, IP addresses, protocols, or any other traffic. Users do not have to worry about choosing a server since Trust.Zone will choose the fastest one, no matter the location, vpnMentor noted. VPNFAN.com VPNFAN.com cited Trust.Zone’s diverse payment options, including major credit cards, PayPal, QIWI Wallet, WebMoney, Bank Transfer and Alipay. PayPro Global is the e-commerce processor. While not as large as some providers, Trust.Zone allows customers to access geo-blocked content, surf anonymously, watch global TV, download torrents worry-free, unlock VoIP services, and be protected from cyber threats, VPNFAN noted. Also read: Trust.Zone VPN anonymous service announces 10% discount for bitcoin users VPN Creative VPN Creative noted Trust.Zone supports all major operating systems and devices. It will work on a Windows machine running Vista and newer versions, Linux Mint 17.1, Windows Phone, Android (4.4Kitkat), Mac OSX, Ubuntu, and iOS devices. Trust.Zone supports security protocols PPTP, SSTP, OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec, and it has a high-grade encryption system. In testing performance, VPN Creative found Trust.Zone’s speed was relatively fast, and its server availability and reliability all right. This is a sponsored story. Images from Trust.Zone. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink. Rate this post: Important for improving the service. Please add a comment in the comment field below explaining what you rated and why you gave it that rate. Failed Trade Recommendations should not be rated as that is considered a failure either way. 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Cybersecurity Privatoria Ensures Privacy for Web Users, Preventing Identity Tracking and Hacking Published 2 years ago on November 15, 2016 By Lester Coleman The Money Makers Club now has 6 of 15 available seats. Learn more here! With Internet privacy increasingly under attack, web users have to consider ways to ensure they won’t fall victim to a breach or have their online activity exposed to unwanted external parties. A subscription-based Internet privacy service called Privatoria provides web traffic encryption services to protect everyday web users from the growing threats of malware and spyware. Privatoria’s bundle of services also prevents websites from tracking web surfers’ activities and ensures users their online communication remains anonymous. Privacy has become a greater concern to all Internet users as hackers continue to breach Internet activity, malware capabilities increase, and many popular websites gather visitors’ private information for marketing purposes. Privatoria protects customers’ privacy when using the Internet. It does not ask customers for personally identifiable information, and it does not keep user activity logs, including browsing, download history or other traffic logs. Specific services include Secure VPN, VPN plus TOR, Anonymous Proxy, Web Proxy Tor, Secure DNS and Anonymous E-mail. These services are available through web interface. VPN VPN encrypts the Internet connection, protecting the user from hacking, ISP throttling and information tracking. Users can hide their IP address and encrypt their identity, protecting themselves from identity theft. VPN enables the user to change their virtual location at any time. The service also unblocks some restricted websites and speeds up Internet connections. VPN Tor Web users no longer have to decide between VPN and Tor, thanks to Privatoria’s VPN Tor service. This service doubles security due to two channels simultaneously employed. The service is easy to use, and it performs well with all browsers and operating systems. Web surfing through Tor typically requires users to download and install a Tor browser and adjust settings. VPN Tor, however, removes this requirement. Because Tor nodes are not working all the time, Privatoria checks chains in real time and only provides access to known working Tor nodes. Proxy Proxy allows users to change their IP and surf anonymously. The IP hider solution uses proxy technology that prevents websites, message services and other IP communication services from recognizing the web user’s real IP address. The user’s real IP address, geographic location and browser version remain unknown. When a user faces access restrictions due to their geographic location, or restrictions with public entities, Privatoria helps by hiding the user’s IP and enabling anonymous surfing. Anonymous Proxy allows users to protect personal passwords, bank account and credit card information. It also makes a good proxy solution for Facebook, Youtube and any favorite sites. Privatoria implemented a plugin for users’ convenience that allows them to change an IP address in one click, without additional multi-tier installations and registration procedures. Anonymous E-mail Anonymous E-mail provides users secure email encryption that prevents external access to their messages and files. It allows users to change their IP to send anonymous emails that are protected from being tracked. Additionally, users can encrypt their emails using a PGP feature, bringing their email security to the highest level. Users create a mailbox and access it through a web interface; there is no additional installation or special expertise needed. Proxy Tor Proxy Tor allows users to use Tor without the Tor browser. Users can surf Deep Web websites and unblock any site. Free Trial Options Privatoria provides one hour of free use to interested customers. There is also a 7-day free trial service available. Under the 7-day trial, the customer is not charged if they cancel before the end of seven days. To try the service, customers create an account on the Privatoria website. They receive an automatically-generated password PDF which they can change at any time. Customers can pay for Privatoria with bitcoin, credit card, debit card and PayPal. By paying with bitcoin, users can remain anonymous when purchasing a subscription. Also read: The NHS is at risk of cyberattacks, says UK minister Easy To Use The website offers a user-friendly control panel, ongoing customer support, and a variety of subscription plans. Privatoria’s free Android app includes Anonymous E-mail, Secure VPN and Secure Chat. The service requires users to use strong passwords. It gives guidance on creating secure passwords. Passwords can be reset at any time. Privatoria’s services are available on five different devices simultaneously. There are 20 servers worldwide, with more being added. Customer support is available seven days a week. The online chat is available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. GMT+1. There is also an affiliate program starting from 40% per each generated sale with no country restrictions. The website is regularly updated with information about web privacy and security. A recent blog entry explores how the message service Whatsapp shares data with its parent company, Facebook. Privatoria uses the following web technologies: Web RTC, SSL, AES, PGP, SHA-2, RSA and TLS. This is a sponsored story. Image from Shutterstock. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink. 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Learn more here! vDice.io, having launched in June as the first fully-decentralized betting game for the first programmable P2P network, will host a crowdsale from November 15 to December 15. In exchange for Ether (ETH), investors will receive “vSlice” tokens, each of which is directly tied to the profits of the game. The “vSlice” token will regularly distribute profits of the vDice game to token holders. Since going live on June 13, vDice has become the top ranked Google site for Ethereum gambling, having processed nearly 10,000 bets. Built On Smart Contracts Built on fully decentralized smart contracts, vDice processes bets through an Oracle without server architecture. As such, it makes gaming easier and more trustworthy. As a platform, vDice plans to invite anyone to write their own Ethereum smart contract (Dapp) and put it on the Ethereum network. In this way, vDice will eventually serve as a platform for developers to showcase their gambling Dapps. Customers will initially be online gamblers who use digital tokens like ETH. As the Ethereum ecosystem matures, the active trading of “pegged” tokens will increase. These are blockchain tokens pegged to fiat currencies, allowing users to effectively gamble with fiat currencies using blockchain tokens. “A single person could play from multiple Ethereum addresses,” vDice co-founder Jason Colby told CCN. “You can always know exactly and precisely how many addresses are playing, but in terms of players, that number is not perfectly knowable.” Based On SatoshiDICE vDice is based on SatoshiDICE, the most successful blockchain-based gambling game to date. SatoshiDICE accounted for over 75% of all transactions on the bitcoin network in 2012-2013. Most betting games, even for cryptocurrencies, are centralized. Bettors send money to the owners of the game and trust them to hold it and then pay out at the appropriate time. Ethereum gambling on blockchain, by contrast, has no accounts, no server and no trust. The Ethereum blockchain processes bets and pays out wins automatically to players’ Ethereum addresses. No one controls the game. The code is public and players control their funds in their wallets at all times. Players do not need an account to bet. They play directly from their Ether wallet. Each game has an address, its winning odds, a price multiplier, a lucky number, and a minimum and maximum bet. To make a bet, a player sends a transaction straight to the address on the Ethereum blockchain. The bets are provably fair, and winnings get sent straight to their wallets. How It Came About “Developers and I were talking about the best smart contracts,” Colby said. “It was clear that gambling was going to be very successful. So we decided to make the best, most secure, blockchain gambling platform. We did Classic SatoshiDICE as an Ethereum smart contract.” “Up to 2013 it (SatoshiDICE) was responsible for almost all bitcoin transactions. So we made it for Ethereum,” he said. “Using Ethereum we made it fully decentralized, on-blockchain gambling, using smart contracts.” “Also, we wanted to show how fast and efficient you can do on-blockchain transactions with Ethereum,” Colby continued. “Blockchain gambling is the best way to do that.” “Ultimately, we will continue to increase the efficiency of on-blockchain transactions,” he said. “That means making on-blockchain bet processing as fast and cheap as possible, using an Oracle (fully decentralized). We’re already 18 months ahead of the competition for that. ” Also read: Why cryptocurrency and online casinos are a match made in heaven A ‘WordPress For Gambling’ “Ultimately, we will turn vDice into the WordPress of gambling,” Colby noted. “There are going to be lots of developers making gambling Dapps. The incentives are too great. They won’t have time to grow their own brand. vDice will provide that.” “Someone creates their own game. If it’s good, they will benefit. vDice will be like the WordPress of gambling in this way: a platform for developers to showcase their quality gambling Dapps.” “vDice imagines a world of geeks, in their bedrooms, creating gambling games instead of Youtube shows,” Colby said. “It costs them nothing to put it on the P2P network. Then people all over the world will play.” For information, visit https://crowdsale.vdice.io This is a sponsored story. Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink. Rate this post: Important for improving the service. 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