Cybersecurity company SonicWall has released an alert for all of its users, confirming that a “zero-day “ in some of its products and that was already being exploited by hackers.
For this reason, if you are a SonicWall VPN user, we strongly advise you to stop using its software, looking for safer alternatives. Although it is never news that we like to receive, it is important to recognize the seriousness of the company, which quickly alerted its users, demonstrating that their safety is the priority.
With the rapid growth in the number of users who use VPN services to ensure their security and privacy while online, it did not take long for hackers to start focusing their efforts on attacking some of the most popular services.
Incidents of this nature show how important it is to choose a reliable VPN
When we purchase a VPN service, the goal is (almost) always to guarantee our security and privacy of our private data when we are online. With the Covid-19 pandemic, the use of devices connected to the internet increased exponentially, especially with the great use of teleworking and tele-school.
Although there are no 100% secure platforms, there is always a possibility that they will be compromised, it is important that we choose a service that guarantees us confidence.
Currently, there are several very popular VPN services, but not all of them are able to offer their users the same level of technology and performance.
To guarantee your safety while you are online, there are two services that we can recommend with a clear conscience, knowing that they work constantly to ensure the best possible experience for their users.
These services are ExpressVPN (€ 5.59 / month) and Surfshark, being the first most popular today and considered the best in the market by many experts. In turn, Surfshark (€ 2.05 / month) has shown incredible growth over the years, presenting itself as the service that offers the best quality / price ratio.
For you to make a well thought out and reasoned decision, check out our list of the 5 best VPNs you can subscribe to.
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