Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), despite their somewhat esoteric name, aren’t unknown to everyday users. Many people, including myself, use VPN apps or Chrome extensions like Hola to get onto sites that are blocked or otherwise inaccessible in certain countries. Many people find themselves using a VPN for the sake of convenience, very few implement one […]
Or just clumsily blocking video with malware tactics.
Defending against the Heartbleed bug involves way more than just patching buggy versions of OpenSSL.
You may have rolled your own virtual private network for security, but that doesn’t mean you’re safe from Heartbleed.
You built a functional VPN server! Now what?
Trust no one and build a server that encrypts your Web data from prying eyes.