What is WireGuard? A Closer Look at a New VPN Technology

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan What is WireGuard? A Closer Look at a New VPN Technology

A new VPN (Virtual Private Network) technology called WireGuard that’s being billed as perhaps “the most secure, easiest to use, and simplest VPN solution in the industry” is currently gaining traction. It’s especially popular among application developers working for companies that are looking to build their backend infrastructure (administration, archives, and other non-customer facing business units or applications) on the … Read More

What Does Net Neutrality Mean for Your Privacy?

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan What Does Net Neutrality Mean for Your Privacy?

In its purest form, net neutrality is the principle that all data on the internet should be treated equally by Internet Service Providers (ISPs), government bodies regulating internet access, and all entities concerned with the movement and management of data over the internet, generally. This idea considers internet access provision to be a public utility, much like water or electricity … Read More

The State of VPN in China – Apple Pulls VPN Apps From China App Store

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan The State of VPN in China   Apple Pulls VPN Apps From China App Store

To bypass censorship rules and other restrictions placed on internet usage, citizens must resort to Virtual Private Network or VPN applications and services in certain countries. Prominent among these nations is the People’s Republic of China, which not only has a long-standing history of online censorship but also an ongoing policy of proactive intervention when new avenues or technologies emerge … Read More

VPN Restrictions in China, Russia and Other Countries

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan VPN Restrictions in China, Russia and Other Countries

Although authorities in Europe have taken a stand on data privacy which comes down firmly on the side of the consumer, internet users in other parts of the world haven’t been so lucky. This has sparked a renewed interest in Virtual Private Network or VPN services and applications, as a hedge against government surveillance, targeted advertising, and the attention of … Read More