A small era comes to an end: we are closing our beloved Forum, until further notice. We’ve worked hard and spent great deal of time to replying and moderating it. Unfortunately, the more we grow, the less time we have to answer to our forum’s threads.
We’ve even tried a different approach and set some new rules and allocated time only for moderation, expecting the community to stick together and answer threads. Unfortunately, even so, our developers had a hard time going through all the threads themselves. Besides the fact that users were not respecting the rules, they started raging when not getting immediate help. The forum is not an official support channel and users started flaming and acting really destructive. The forum has become a full time job for somebody and right now we don’t have the right person to manage it in our team.
At the moment, considering the above and seeing that our extra efforts are at the opposite pole of being appreciated, we are focusing on our product and service.
If you want to make a change and you’d like to actively support the community, should it get back online at some point, please let us know by writing us an e-mail ([email protected]) with “Forum Support” in title.
High Five to you all!
We’d also like to thank our community members who spent a lot of time answering threads and offering support to other fellow ghosties. We’ve had much fun together and we really appreciate your commitment to our cause.
Meanwhile, if you encounter any problem, please drop us a message at [email protected]
According to w3schools.com, 59.8% of online users have Chrome as their main web browser (July 2014).
We’ve had many requests from our friends lately regarding a Chrome app. We put deep thoughts into this project and asked our awesome German development team to build a steady, no logs, bug free Chrome Proxy. The result can be found on the Chrome store so please, do test it and give us feedback!
The CyberGhost Chrome Proxy Plugin is:
Easy to install
Good for unblocking online content
Gives you a new Ip within seconds
Encrypts your online browsing data, with 256-bit AES encryption
Gives you unlimited access to Youtube, Hulu, BBC, Netflix, SoundCloud, Pandora, Spotify, BBC, Last FM, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Steam, Origin, Amazon and many, many more.
But please be careful:
Please note that this browser plugin is not secure when accessing Flash content (remember our earlier blog article?). For full online protection, we recommend you to install our desktop and mobile VPN solution: CyberGhost VPN.
The Internet is changing even the way we fight. Twitter has managed to have a big impact during rough times in many countries, people using this social network as a way of expressing themselves and fighting for their freedom. They share short messages and attach pictures, aiming to mobilize the global community.
Such liberty is not really appreciated by all governments. And then censorship occurs: greedy governments cut the access to their people to such channels.
Not much has passed since March, when Twitter was banned for Turkish inhabitants. We immediately showed our support by offering them 30,000 Premium keys of CyberGhost VPN. We also engaged with a lot of people from Venezuela, Egypt and, our neighbors, Ukraine.Continue reading →
Live chat is currently under maintenance and will be offline for approximately 48 hours. We’re changing our live support system to make an even better support. We very much appreciate your understanding and are very aware of how important this is for you so we will do our best to get back online as soon as possible.
Yes, it’s that time of the year when everybody talks about football! It’s all about numbers, friends and… beers.
Here are some cools stats you can share with your friends:
The Economist has made a very interesting analysis of the World Cup football games from previous years (to be more precise, starting with 1930, up to present). It appears that most goals are scored in the 18th, 75th, & 89th minutes:
You can filter the data by country also, so you can have your fun here.
Do you know who Paul is?
Our German users should definitely know!
To have your answer, check out this very cool infographic created by our friends from BestVPNservice.com:
The Internet will definitely change the way we watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup. We’ll stream our games online, we’ll read tones of reviews, and we’ll watch the funniest videos on YouTube with fail moments and many more.
This year, we’ll definitely watch the World Cup on the move: on our laptops, phones or tablets. And for this, we all know we should use CyberGhost as protection (and maybe even speed improvement) – right, ghosties?
Let’s face it, when it’s such a nice weather outside, it’s hard to resist staying indoors!
And if you were wondering which website is broadcasting live the games in your country, we’ve made a list with websites who will broadcast 2014 FIFA World Cup online: