Tor or VPN?

December 1st, 2014

There are a lot of debates around the best solution: VPN or Tor. As you probably know, both VPN and Tor can be used to bypass internet censorship and protect your privacy. You can also use VPN or Tor to overcome geo-restricted content filters and unblock IP-banned sites by connecting to a node or a server that offers unrestricted access to the desired content or website.


Security Provider Privatoria Accepts Bitcoin as an Anonymous Payment Method

November 25th, 2014

As a truly anonymous service, Privatoria strives to ensure maximum safety for its users. We support anonymity and understand how much important it is for our customers to be able to pay through an anonymous payment method. In fact, Privatoria users care about their privacy and are unwilling to disclose their identity through credit card payments. (more…)

Hack: VPN and Proxy for Saving Money on Online Booking of Hotels and Airplane Tickets

November 20th, 2014

Curious travelers will find this article useful as here they will find out how not to overpay for airplane tickets and hotel rooms when booking them online.

How Do the Websites Choose the Price They Show to You?

Quite often, websites tend to display different prices on airplane tickets, hotel rooms, online services, etc. The price you see depends on a row of factors:

  • Your cookie files that report how many times you have visited the resource, what and where you’ve been looking for before, and how often you refresh the page, etc.
  • Where exactly in the world you are located (IP, GPS on your mobile device, wi-fi settings, etc)
  • Which device you use, etc.


The Hidden Dangers of Free Wi-Fi Networks

November 18th, 2014

It has become increasingly popular to use free Wi-Fi networks in public places, especially now, when about 90% of smartphones are equipped with Wi-Fi module. Every fourth smartphone owner uses Wi-Fi on their devices. But are you aware of the fact that this type of connection is unsafe for you and your device? (more…)

Blocked Access to Your Favorite Web Resources? There is a solution!

November 13th, 2014

The authorities often try to block access to undesirable information available online. For example, the most popular video network Youtube and social network Facebook cannot be accessed from China, Turkey, Chechnya, Tajikistan, Iran and many other countries.

As it frequently happens, some web resources limit access to their websites because of some geographical peculiarities. For example, Spotify  – music service where users can listen to music for free can be accessed only from the USA and Europe. Even Skype is not available for UAE and Iran visitors. And the list goes on. (more…)

Privatoria’s Secure Solution for Staff

October 10th, 2014

Working within the limits of your office may often limit you not only in space, but also in your internet browsing. As it often happens, your history of browsing is strictly monitored and then revealed. Of course, it all makes you feel uncomfortable about your privacy. Yet, there is a chance to become invisible to those who are keeping an eye on you. Privatoria for staff is a first-aid solution for office workers who do not wish to feel restrained.


FireChat for Communication Without a Cell Network and Tools to Unbblock Sites

October 10th, 2014

FireChat introduces a new way to chat: “off-the-grid”.  Instead of relying on a central server, it is based on peer-to-peer “mesh networking” and connects to nearby phones using Bluetooth and WiFi, with connectivity increasing as more people use it in an area.

It becames very popular in Hong Kong. On 28 September, 2014 afternoon in Hong Kong (around 11 PM PT on Saturday), Open Garden started seeing a lot more FireChat activity in region. Over 100,000 people downloaded it in 24 hours in Hong Kong over the weekend, with the CEO saying that numbers are “booming” and up to 33,000 people were using the app at the same time.