Category - News

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Get €25.000 funding for your privacy start-up idea from CyberGhost!
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DNS hijacking & IPv6 leakage: What do they mean and is CyberGhost affected?
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Planned Maintenance on June, 18th to June, 20th
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How to Find New Markets with Real-time Date: A Hootsuite Case Study of CyberGhost
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1 Year after the Twitter censorship in Turkey
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WebRTC Leak: Are you affected?
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My Account Changes: Prepaid Plans with Activation Keys dropped

Get €25.000 funding for your privacy start-up idea from CyberGhost!

As you surely know by now, we really, strongly support and fight for online privacy, security, and freedom. We say it on our website, our CEO Robert Knapp never misses a chance to say it during interviews, and everything we do is based on our belief that online privacy is a basic human right not[…]

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DNS hijacking & IPv6 leakage: What do they mean and is CyberGhost affected?

In this article, you will see that CyberGhost VPN passed the DNS hijacking & the IPv6 leakage tests with flying colours, showing once again that it reliably protects its users’ privacy and anonymity.

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How to Find New Markets with Real-time Date: A Hootsuite Case Study of CyberGhost

At the begining of this month we got featured on Hootsuite’s blog thanks to uberVU, our social media social management platform, and we are really grateful for that. Hootsuite is the world’s most widely used social management platform in the world and so much more.  More than 10 million users, including 744 of the Fortune 1000[…]

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1 Year after the Twitter censorship in Turkey

Wow! It’s already been a year since the ‪Gezi‬ protest in ‪#Turkey‬ against online censorship and the Twitter block! In these protests, a 15yr old boy, ‪‎BerkinElvan‬, was deadly injured. Back then, we did our best to help people in Turkey. Ten of thousands of people in Turkey were able after that to sent images[…]

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WebRTC Leak: Are you affected?

A lot of fuss for little trouble: Browser video chat renders VPN worthless, it says. Or: Firefox and Chrome reveal original IP address. Or: Deanonymisation via WebRTC. However: Turns out, very few are affected, because the vast majority operates behind a router and it is shielded by default – and even those, who actually are affected,[…]

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