Google Fi's VPN service is hitting Apple's iOS platform, protecting your security and privacy by encrypting network traffic via unsecured public Wi-Fi connections on iPhone and iPad.
Spoofing the GPS location on your iPhone will tell location-based apps that you're in a different place. There could be several reasons why one may want to do this. It could be to access blocked websites, tell dating apps that you're in a different location, to play location-based games such as Pokemon GO, and so on.
At long last, Google Fi (formerly Project Fi) is bringing its VPN service to the iPhone.
If you rely on a slide-loadable jailbreak such as Odyssey (iOS 13.0-13.7) or unc0ver (iOS 11, 12, and 13.0-13.5), then it can be devastating if your device suddenly reboots because of a dead battery or a glitch. When this happens, you’ll be without your jailbreak and any add-ons you installed until you can re-jailbreak again.
Sadly, with many signing service certificates being revoked left and right without notice and with AltStore suddenly not working for apps installed after January 28th, it almost seems like using these jailbreaks puts you right in the crossroads of frustration and unreliability. But perhaps it doesn’t need to.
About a month ago, Guardian Firewall VPN founder and CEO Will Strafach, a former member of the Chronic Dev Team, shared a particularly exciting announcement in that nitoTV (now going by @freenitoTV on Twitter) had gotten VPN connections working on the Apple TV platform for the very first time; albeit with a jailbreak.
The aforementioned jaw-dropping feat demanded tons of complicated hackery, but after lots of research, development, testing, and refinement, the project, officially dubbed “vpnd,” is now available for jailbreakers who might want to try their hand at configuring a VPN connection on their own Apple TV.
Ukrainian developer MacPaw of CleanMyMac fame today released a personalized VPN software solution for the macOS, iOS, iPadOS, Android and Windows platforms.
For a company that appears to tout privacy as much as they do, it’s both astounding and questionable as to why Apple doesn’t permit VPN functionality on its Apple TV platform out of the box. Fascinatingly, VPNs can be installed and used on almost every other Apple device aside from the Apple Watch, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and even the Mac.
There’s no question that this silly limitation has brushed some Apple TV users the wrong way. On the other hand, there may be hope for those holding out. In a teaser Tweet shared this Thursday afternoon, Guardian Firewall founder and CEO Will Strafach said that the first VPN (and firewall) for tvOS is in the works and could be released for jailbroken Apple TVs in the future:
Spod is a privacy-first VPN and web filter software for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Android which protects you from apps and websites that monitor track and profile you. It doesn't require registration to use, not even your email address.
According to a new report, Apple may release a small iOS 13.4.1 update later this week to squish a nasty bug on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that has caused data and IP addresses in virtual private networks (VPN) to be exposed.
Using a virtual private network (VPN) is the go-to for a lot of folks out there in the wild, but it turns out a bug in iOS 13.3.1 and later is causing some headaches.
Ghostery has made a name for itself by offering worthwhile ad- and tracker-blocking extensions, and now it has a brand new desktop application.
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is often your best bet when you want to browse the internet privately. Not only do most VPNs offer end-to-end encryption for secure data transmission, but they will also cloak your true location from prying eyes.
Many VPN services work in the same way, but Guardian Firewall by Sudo Security Group is a completely different type of VPN that aims to clamp down on user privacy even further by filtering outgoing data transmissions that could potentially expose personal information about you.