Looking For a Free VPN Service That’s Not Too Messy? Here’s All You Need To Know About TunSafe VPN Service

Not sure how to browse the internet safely away from the claws of hackers and cyber-cons? Not sure how to maintain cyber privacy?

TunSafe VPN is a solution to many such problems. It’s a free VPN service which aids people to connect with websites and social networks without revealing the channel.

It has been essentially developed and includes fresh features and better provisions.

The very high performing VPN follows the WireGuard protocol which enables it to help setup the secure VPN channels swiftly betwixt different platforms.

By way of the latest and most fresh cryptography-Curve25519, ChaCha20, Poly1305, BLAKE2 and HKDF, TunSafe ensures that no third-party hinder the user’s privacy.

All you need is simple configuration files which is specifically provided by the VPN provider..

For Downloading:


1. Go to https://tunsafe.com/
2. Click download.
3. Select the “Download TunSafe 1.4 installer”

For Installation:


1. Open the downloaded file
2. Complete the installation by pressing OK all the way.
3. Finally close it.
4. This is what will appear after that.

5. Click on connect.

6. The above is what will appear after that. This is the main window of TunSafe.

7. Drag the configuration file from the VPN provider onto Tunsafe’s window.

8. Confirm when the dialogue box pops up.


9. If everything works out well, a message will show that the VPN has been connected and the connection, established.

Various Platforms TunSafe Is Available For:
Desktop: Windows, Linux, OSX, Free BSD
Mobile: Android and iOS

Unlike most of the VPN services, TunSafe is free if cost and that’s what makes it better, more efficient and different from all the others.

For more details check www.tunsafe.com

Google and Apple removes TikTok from App Stores in India




Google and Apple has removed the Chinese video app Tiktok from their App Stores, a day after Indian Government urged the companies to do so. 

India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) requested the companies to block the app after the  state court ordered to ban access of the app as questions regarding its usage were raised. It was noted that people were using it for pornographic purposes and exploiting children.

According to  analytics firm Sensor Tower, TikTok had the highest number of users in India, and 75% of them were women. It has been downloaded more than 230 million times. 

However, a TikTok representative said that he “faith in the Indian judicial system.” The company hopes that they would be able to lift the ban and would come stronger than before, “We are optimistic about an outcome that would be well received by over 120 million monthly active users in India.”

The app has already banned in Bangladesh and had faced largest ever fine in the United States for illegaly collecting informations on children. 

TikTok users in India who had previously downloaded the app on their phones were still able to use the service on Wednesday.

TikTok's official statement: ’’At TikTok, we have faith in the Indian Judicial system and the stipulations afforded to social media platforms by the Information Technology (Intermediaries Guidelines) Rules, 2011. We are committed to continuously enhancing our existing measures and introducing additional technical and moderation processes as part of our ongoing commitment to our users in India.’’

‘’In line with this, we have been stepping up efforts to take down objectionable content. To date, we have removed over 6 million videos that violated our Terms of Use and Community Guidelines, following an exhaustive review of content generated by our users in India."





76 percent Indian companies were hit by cyber attacks in 2018





A survey conducted by a UK-based IT security provider Sophos has found out that over 76 percent Indian companies were hit by cyber attacks in 2018.

India stands at third spot of highest number of cyber attacks in 2018 after Mexico and France. Meanwhile, 68 percent organizations in the world admitted of being a victim of the cyber attacks last year.

Managing director sales at Sophos India & SAARC, Sunil Sharma  told Business Today,  "In India, most of the attacks are happening where the money is, which means the financial services, oil and gas and energy sectors. These are the places where cyber-criminal can make most of his money and they are hit most by them."

The survey was carried out in 12 countries which includes US, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, India and South Africa, and there were about  3,000 IT decision-makers from mid-sized businesses.

"Server security stakes are at an all-time high with servers being used to store financial, employee, proprietary and other sensitive data. Today, IT managers need to focus on protecting business-critical servers to stop cyber criminals from getting on to the network," Sharma further added.

"They can't ignore endpoints because most cyber attacks start there, yet a higher than expected amount of IT managers still can't identify how threats are getting into the system and when."

The survey report reveals that in India, 39 percent of the cybercrimals are detected at the server, 35 percent are on the network, and 8 per cent are found on endpoints.

"It has been found that the visibility is not there. We don't know what kind of attack. We don't know how many modes it has actually traveled. We don't know how the attack is damaging, which are the endpoints, where it has actually made damage. All that visibility is not available and it is also not helping them to take right decisions," Sharma said.

According to the survey report,  97 per cent IT managers admitted that cyber security is the greatest challenge in India.