RitaVPN Safeguards You Against Risks under Open Internet

You can afford to skimp on certain things in life, but your privacy online should not be one of them. With all of us at risk of our movements being tracked and information being stolen, it is worth seeing you back online with a top-tier VPN.

RitaVPN goes beyond the usual VPN task request, and offers a strong desktop and browser extension combination that provides the safest possible browsing experience, regardless of the computer you are using. To welcome the upcoming Black Friday, RitaVPN is launching a promotion with “Buy 1 year get 1 year free”, which will only cost less than $3 per month.

While other VPNs continue to annoy you with clunky interfaces and confusing settings, RitaVPN can be turned on once and is always nice to run in the desktop background. RitaVPN masks your physical position in an encrypted tunnel from third parties and allows you to access geo-locked sites from wherever you want. In this way, even in countries where their content is limited, you can tap into popular streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.

RitaVPN also helps you to easily block trackers and torrent. In fact you can have unlimited downloads and simultaneous connections with a RitaVPN subscription-a remarkable view of the VPN scene. You can keep your entire arsenal covered by the RitaVPN suscription as it can be connected to four different devices (Mac, windows, ios and android) at the same time.

Besides regular monthly, half year and year packages, RitaVPN also offers a unblock websites subscription service, which allows users to cancel within 7 days. This is a very reasonable setting as users can take advantage of the 7 days as free trial period to see if they want to continue using RitaVPN. Only when users are really satisfied, they will become subscribed users and will be charged automatically and regularly by each month.

Firefox Updates to Enhance Security Protection Against Online Tracking
Mozilla is trying to deal with the situation that when you think about pet food, you immediately starts to see targeted pet food advertisements-the latest Firefox update introduces anti-tracking steps to prevent websites from watching you when you move from certain apps to certain pages. That comes one year after the last major update from Firefox, Quantum, which brought more power, and also an earlier version of tracking security.

Firefox’s most recent version, 63, will provide the latest Enhanced Tracking Security that meets the requirements of users seeking privacy. Users will have choices to block cookies and prohibit access to storage from external trackers directly with this update. Under Preferences, all cookies can be selected to be blocked, however, this may cause websites to load incorrectly.

The Mozilla team has seen more users switching to tracking security since it launched Firefox Quantum. It is not set as “ON” automatically and cannot be switched to private browsing except when users sign in and turn it on. However, why did Mozilla not allow tracking security from the beginning as default? Okay, it turns out that it can lead to many website errors. To make sure the pages can be loaded properly, Mozilla has to go and fix bugs. So Mozilla does not want to block all cookies, except for those intrusive third party users through websites.

There is also the problem that smaller websites and content creators do not want to be damaged by blocking all ads. Mozilla does not reject advertising as a means to generate revenue. Yet digital monitoring is too invasive. This new enhanced tracking protection will allow your sites to still earn ad revenue while not being monitored.

Mozilla has been at the forefront of providing users with more tools to avoid monitoring. Mozilla announced earlier this month that it would team up with ProtonVPN to test a new, $10-per-month private virtual network service. The Free Firefox Monitor is also available, a service that can inform you if your passwords are compromised.