What are the green numbers showing over icons in the Ubuntu bar/dock? How to get rid of them?

Do you see a little number above some icon in your Ubuntu bar/dock? Maybe it is a small ring with a number one on the inside, or maybe 2 or 3? What are these numbers? What do they represent, and how can you get rid of them? I will make this very easy. In Ubuntu, Read More

What Are the Different Types of VPN and How Do They Work?

A VPN (Virtual Private Network) lets you surf the internet while protecting your privacy. It creates an encrypted tunnel between your system and the remote server. Thus, it hides your online activities and your IP address. There are four major types of VPN. These include personal, site-to-site, remote access, and extranet-based site-to-site VPN. This post Read More

Hackers Can Use Your IP Address To Steal Your Data – Here’s How To Avoid It.

There are roughly 1.5 billion IP addresses in the US alone, each corresponding to its own network. Most users think it’s a harmless set of numbers, but cybersecurity experts will warn of the dangers if your IP address is leaked. With a plethora of victims to choose from, what do cybercriminals actually do with an Read More

Ten Things to Watch Out for, Even Though You Are Using a VPN

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have become indispensable for safeguarding online privacy and security. They create a secure and encrypted connection between your device and the internet, making it harder for cybercriminals, government agencies, and even your internet service provider (ISP) to monitor your online activities. However, it is essential to remember that a VPN is Read More

Can I buy cheaper Brawl Stars gems using a VPN?

Yesterday, I read an article describing how you can use a VPN to buy cheaper gems and tokens for Stumble Guys. That made me curious. Is the same possible for Brawl Stars? Can I save money using a VPN to access and buy Brawl Stars gems from the SuperCell store in a different country? Here Read More