188.8.131.52, the privacy-first DNS resolver is now available on the go. No one should be able to snoop on what you do on the Internet. We've created 184.108.40.206 so that you can connect to the Internet securely anytime, anywhere.
On April 1st, 2018, we announced 220.127.116.11, the fastest public DNS resolver in the world 🚀🚀🚀. Today, we are launching the 18.104.22.168 mobile app to make it incredibly easy to use 22.214.171.124 on your phone. Any time you are on a public internet connection people can see what sites you visit.
Months after announcing its privacy-focused DNS service, Cloudflare is bringing 126.96.36.199 to mobile users. Granted, nothing ever stopped anyone from using 188.8.131.52 on their phones or tablets already. But now the app, now available for iPhones, iPads and Android devices, aims to make it easier for anyo...
Cross-platform, cheap if you use Digital Ocean, open source, and supported by Google.
While I used & loved Private Internet Access for many years, I switched to Outline because it's open source & runs on a server I can access.
I have been using this for the last two months, and it is the best VPN I have ever used. Sure, you need to host it yourself, but that can be done via any cloud platform, which they offer a one-click function to do from the app. Setup takes under 20 minutes, and supports any location that GCP, AWS, or DigitalOcean (or your own server) is in.
Around the web
Journalists need safe access to information to research issues, communicate with sources, and report the news. That's why today we're announcing the release of Outline, a new open source tool that lets news organizations provide their network safer access to the open internet.
The easiest way to control your own VPN server Alphabet's cybersecurity division Jigsaw released an interesting new project called Outline. If I simplify things quite a lot, it lets anyone create and run a VPN server on DigitalOcean, and then grant your team access to this server.
The Next Web
Jigsaw, an incubator that's part of Google's parent company, Alphabet, has launched Outline, an open-source virtual private network (VPN) that you can host on your own server at no charge.
A virtual private network, that core privacy tool that encrypts your internet traffic and bounces it through a faraway server, has always presented a paradox: Sure, it helps you hide from some forms of surveillance, like your internet service provider's snooping and eavesdroppers on your local network.