Author - Andra Zaharia

We’re ending the FREE version of CyberGhost VPN because #PrivacyMatters even more now

If there ever was a time to care about your privacy (enough to do something about it), it’s now.

We could give you 4.5 billion reasons why (this is how many data records were compromised in the first half of 2018 alone), but you probably don’t need them.

What you need is someone to support you in the fight for your fundamental right to privacy. Making an impact takes focus and crucial decisions. And this is what we want to share today. Read More

Typeform breach update: here’s what happened

On Friday, June 29, at 19:25, we received a notification from Typeform that they suffered a data breach that compromised some of their data.

Because we use Typeform to send infrequent surveys to our users, we immediately took action to see if CyberGhost users’ data was impacted in any way.

No confidential information was exposed

We wanted to have the full details about the situation before making any formal announcements, so here they are.

Typeform informed us that cybercriminals managed to compromise data backups containing information about surveys that were active before May 3rd, 2018. Only two such surveys for CyberGhost users were involved in the breach. Read More

Watch out for ICO scams!

We received reports that a website is using our trademark, brand name and our management and colleagues’ profiles with their current initial coin offering for the creation of a decentralized VPN powered by block-chain.

They call themselves the Vibranium Network and their website is as suspicious as you’d expect.

Robert Knapp, CyberGhost co-founder, warns: Read More

Russian Internet users cling to their privacy as Telegram ban is announced

Update, April 18th:

Just 4 days after Russia’s telecommunications watchdog banned Telegram, the organization has now blocked around 16 million IP addresses. The decision came as a response to Telegram’s move that transferred a part of its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud servers.

Around 1.8 million IP addresses that belong to Amazon and Google infrastructure are now blocked.

However, Roskomnadzor’s move has led to secondary unwanted effects since it also blocked other web services including online games, mobile apps or cryptocurrency services. Read More

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