Data security Stories June 12, 2015

9to5Toys Specials currently has a lifetime subscription to BartVPN for $74.99, along with three other great deals on VPN services.

A virtual private network keeps fraudsters and snoopers away from your online activities by routing your traffic via a middle-man server. In the case of BartVPN, you have a list of servers around the world to pick from, giving you access to region-locked content. But if you just want to protect yourself without the hassle, you can let BartVPN choose a server for you, and you can use the service on three devices at the same time. This deal takes 77% off the standard price of a BartVPN lifetime license.

VPN Land is offering a four-year subscription for $54.99. This service has 400 servers to pick from, and a speedy connection. You can also use it on Mac, PC, Linux, iOS, Android, and Blackberry 10. The deal takes 72% off the standard price.

Privatoria Personal VPN has a three-year subscription for $39. Along with the usual protection of a VPN, Privatoria lets you choose an alternative IP address and send emails with 256-bit AES encryption. Again, it works across all major platforms, and it currently has 48% off.

A TigerVPN two-year subscription is now at $49. It offers uncapped data, and has 55 servers in 40 countries. These servers are optimized for a 1Gbps connection speed, and you can protect your browsing with 256-bit SSL encryption. Desktop and mobile are both covered. The current deal takes 72% off the price. expand full story

Data security Stories February 17, 2014

We’ve spotted the 750GB Samsung 840 EVO-Series SSD for $379 shipped on ebay, bringing you a savings of $220 off the original listing, and $20 off Amazon’s current price. If you need more space, Amazon is also offering the 1TB Samsung 840 EVO-Series internal SSD for $500 shipped. That’s $350 off the original listing and between $40 and $70 below the average selling price.

While we have seen them slightly cheaper in the past, these are the best current prices we can find on these well received drives. Samsung is generally considered to be one of the better SSD makers to many (including Apple) and over 1100 Amazon customers rate this drive a 4.7/5 stars. The 840 EVO-Series SSDs feature:

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