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  1. #16
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    Red face Diverting physics with LLHOST INC.

    Diverting physics with LLHOST INC.

    The law of conservation of energy says: energy does not arise and does not disappear, it can be transformed from one form to another, and also transferred from one body to another.

    How does it work at LLHOST INC.?
    +25° outside equals -25% for Private VPN!

    What does it mean?
    LLHOST INC., your reliable provider, is particular to the physics laws of and offers a 25% discount with the promo code PVS-PL25OFF for Private VPN server located in Poland.

    What is needed to do?
    Follow the link and enter the promo code PVS-PL25OFF in the special field.

    What else do you need to know?
    This discount is applicable to Poland's Private VPN Server only (PVS-PL), and it is valid for three periods of monthly ordering.

    Activate the promo code now, as it expires on May 6th 2022.

    P.S. Do not forget to share the promo code with your friends, it is active for an unlimited number of users!

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    Post How to choose: a VPN application or a VPN server?

    How to choose: a VPN application or a VPN server?

    First, what does VPN mean?
    VPN (Virtual Private Network) - technologies that allow you to get private access to the network, by changing the IP address and increasing privacy due to data encryption.

    What types of VPN exist?
    VPN can be divided into three main types: Public VPN service, Private server for VPN, and Private VPN server.

    Let's find out which VPN is suitable for you, considering all their pros and cons.

    A public VPN service is an application for your device with the possibility to choose the country and the VPN server you are connecting to.

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    - Usability: download, install and use.
    - Free application (most often).

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    - Connection speed and quality: depends on the number of users connected to the server.
    - Functional restrictions: the free period may be limited.
    - Privacy risks: your data is not protected from leakage.
    - The number of devices to connect is limited: each employee of the department needs to install a separate application.
    - Technical support: most services either do not have it or it is available due to business hours.

    Private server for VPN is your own server where you can set up a VPN.

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    - Consistent service and no "neighbors": it is available to you and those you grant access to.
    - High privacy: “No-logs” policy - no data about your server operations is logged or stored.
    - Ability to connect multiple devices, for example, for the entire department.
    - 24/7 technical support.

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    - The service is paid (with a free trial period).
    - Technical skills are required for the VPN configuring on a dedicated server.

    Private VPN server is your own server, with a VPN, already configured.

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    - Consistent service, high confidentiality, the ability to connect multiple devices, 24/7 technical support - like a Private server for VPN.
    - Easy to install (almost like a VPN application): the provider sets up the VPN for you on your private server.

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    - The service is paid (with a free trial period).

    Conclusions:
    1. Free applications do not guarantee your privacy and security of personal data.
    2. Advanced solutions are accessible without technical skills.
    3. You can choose the appropriate service according to your budget, needs, and technical background.

    So, you can assess the usability and customization of the Private VPN server during the trial period with just two clicks: follow the link and choose "Free 24h test". 24/7 technical support is available in Russian and English languages (telegram chat or ticket). Any electronic means and cards from anywhere in the world are accepted for payment.

    Follow our blog, as you can find all the news, educational materials, and discounts on LLHOST INC. products.

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    Lightbulb This is definitely NOT SPAM, is this?

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    This is definitely NOT SPAM, is this?

    The world calendar is full of funny and, sometimes, very strange holidays. The IT industry is no exception. The first week of May is filled with interesting events based on unusual stories.

    For example, May 3rd is considered spam text's "birthday". The story begins in 1978, when about 400 Arpanet users received the same advertising message from DEC, the electronics manufacturer. Nevertheless, the meaning of annoying advertising mailings became synonymous with "spam" in 1986. Dave Rhodes, with admirable tenacity, began promoting the new Ponzi scheme in emails that were compared to the ubiquitous ads of canned food SPAM (short for "Spiced ham") in the aftermath of the World War II.

    Let's also remember the “love fever” that plunged the world on May 4th, 2000. The virus worm from a message with the subject “IloveYou” spread fantastically quickly: “love” messages were sent automatically to all contacts from the address book. Guinness World Records confirmed "I Love You" virus as the most destructive computer virus in the world. The assumed damage caused by "I Love You" worm is estimated at up to $10 billion.

    Probably, this story also inspired “Intel” to declare World Password Day on the first Thursday of May. The idea of ​​the holiday is simple: all users are invited to pay attention to their online security and to update their passwords, as the majority of users still constantly forget those recommendations. The most common password in the world is "123456" and the shortest is just one character. People often use the same passwords for different accounts.

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    would like to thank all the subscribers. The “secret password” of the day - is the promocode “NOSPAM”. Enter it in the special field when ordering any virtual (OVS) or VPN server and get a 40% discount!*

    Thank you all for your attention!

    *Promo code can be applied for 3 periods of monthly billing cycle and will expire on May 15th, 2022.

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    Thumbs up VPN for your business: is it HYPE or a MUST?

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    VPN for your business: is it HYPE or a MUST?

    The problem of data leakage and cyberattacks is one of the most relevant today. Not only huge corporations, but also small companies are at risk. According to VseVPN, the damage from cybercrime will reach 6 trillion dollars in 2022. Getting your own VPN server is the key solution and the first step to ensure your company security.

    VPN has been used for years to provide secure access to the corporate systems, and the range of its advantages has increased exponentially. But why should a business consider these VPN solutions? The reasons are next:
    1. To enhance your online privacy by Internet connection encryption.
    2. To change your virtual location to bypass any regional locks.
    3. To ensure the privacy of personal data, both yours and your customers.
    4. To provide access to intranet websites and corporate systems, limited by the local network.
    5. To increase protection of public Wi-Fi networks (cafes, airports, hotels, etc.), used while working remotely, but the risk of traffic interception is especially high.

    A VPN server for business should have the following specs:
    - a dedicated static IP address with a dedicated server (in most cases, IP address can be changed each time you connect to VPN, or be transferred to other users),
    - multiple devices' accessibility (in this case, the company will have access to the register of websites visited by employees),
    - flexible payment system (bank cards of any country and in any currency, as well as other payment systems, including cryptocurrency),
    - free trial period of the server,
    - guaranteed no-logs policy due to no client tracking.

    A corporate VPN, even for a small business, is not as expensive as it might seem. You do not need to purchase expensive equipment, both server configuring and tech support are for free.

    So, LLHOST INC. offers VPN servers with ready-made solutions for fast and secure connection for any device running any OS (Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android), for private use as well as corporate with 24/7 support. Kill switch function included will protect your customers' data by blocking all Internet traffic in case of a sudden disconnection from the network. Promocode “VPN4BUSINESS” guarantees a 40% discount for any Private VPN Server.*

    VPN servers save your company's reputation and prevent data breach legal issues due to advanced security protocols and dedicated servers. You can also run different countries market research and get access to regional blocked business services by changing your virtual location. In addition, your employees can connect to your servers and work remotely from anywhere in the world.

    Do you really need a VPN for business? You have to decide. But in case you have employees working remotely, business documents are stored online, or you need to provide access to business systems available on your company's intranet only, then a VPN is a must for your company.

    *Terms and conditions:
    1. This discount can be applied for any Private VPN Server.
    2. It is available for 3 periods of monthly billing cycle.
    3. The promo code is valid until May 22th, 2022.
    4. It is active for an unlimited number of users.

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    Lightbulb Who is watching us on the Internet?

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    Who is watching us on the Internet?

    Information technologies have been developing at blistering speed since the beginning of the 21st century. Everyone is talking about the need for the Internet in our life whether it is work or leisure, study, financial management or even getting quality medical care. Datareportal reports that the worldwide web has 4.8 billion users, which is 63% of the world's population. Their number is increasing by 700,000 new users every day.

    The Internet offers incredible opportunities, but at the same time it is a tool of limitation for us. Our personal data and habits are logged. Most people do not take into consideration that all their network activities are not private at all. But even if you are not doing anything illegal, your privacy must be respected.

    Both Internet security and confidentiality are such tricky subjects. Ondřej Vlček, CEO of Avast, believes that the ability to connect to the Internet safely is an important human right.

    This article will highlight who has access to data about our actions on the Internet, and what can be countered with this.

    Internet providers
    They have access not only to the websites addresses you visit, but also to whom you write emails, what do you do on social networks. All your entered passwords can easily be tracked by an Internet service company.

    Wi-Fi network administrators
    All your interactions on the Internet are at a glance: websites, emails, social networks (even in Incognito mode).

    Government organizations
    Law enforcement may request data from your ISP about your online activities to prevent any cybercrime.

    Operating Systems
    The computer and phone OS also track your internet activity and location (in case the function is on).

    Search engines
    Search drives such as Google or Yandex collect data all the time your account is enabled, building your interests profile to personalize ads.

    Websites
    Many websites use cookies to track user traffic and activities, as well as ads campaigns promotion.

    Applications
    Most apps, both on your phone and on your computer, have access to your location, accounts, and email address by request in your privacy settings.

    Hackers
    Attackers use hundreds of tricks to get data of your personal accounts, bank cards, etc.

    To avoid network stalking, you need to stop using computers and gadgets and, most importantly, the Internet in general, which is impossible for anyone of our time. And if minimizing vulnerability on the Internet seems something incomprehensible to you, then we, as developers of digital products, share all the knowledge and tools necessary for a comfortable and safe online experience. Following these tips, you can enhance the protection of your personal data on the Internet right now.

    Two-factor authentication (2FA)
    2FA is a sign-in verification feature with a code, thus creating an additional layer of security. It requires entering a one-time code from the SMS message received on your phone, to sign in your account.

    Password Manager
    This application is created for the safe storage of your passwords. Everyone has so many accounts nowadays that it is simply impossible to remember all the passwords. Using any password manager, only a password is enough (to enter the manager itself). Many of them have key generator features to create unique, difficult to crack passwords.

    VPN server
    VPN (Virtual Private Network) creates an encrypted "tunnel" between your computer or phone with a server, so it is very difficult, and sometimes impossible, to intercept your traffic. If you connect to a public Wi-Fi network that is not password protected (or with an accessible password), you become vulnerable to traffic interception. Your own VPN server enhances your Internet security, and allows bypassing geographic restrictions (see more about VPNs differences and use here and here). Get connected using promo code STAYSAFE from LLHOST INC. and enjoy a 30% discount on any VPN server (this offer is valid until June 3rd, 2022, for three periods of monthly ordering).

    Your online activities and interests are valuable data that can be used against you. It is your decision to protect your privacy or not, being armed with the knowledge and tools described in the article, in order to block access to your personal information from intruders as much as possible.

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