Matúš works full time, studies and translates Vivaldi into Slovak. He’s also a Vivaldi Soprano and a forum moderator.
In our series on privacy and security, we delve into true VPNs, secure and anonymizing web proxies, browser VPNs, and explain what to look for in a VPN service.
Next up In our series on privacy and security we look at website permissions, ways to block tracking through ads, and third-party services in Vivaldi.
A link to Facebook will no longer be included in Vivaldi’s Speed Dial by default. Here’s why.
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We continue our series on privacy and security by taking a closer look at software that relies on intercepting network connections such as antivirus, parental control and debugging software. Should you be using those?
In 2018 we’ve made it our goal to meet as many of our Japanese users as possible. Tell us where in Japan to go! Read on.
In our series on privacy and security, we look at tracking and how shared access to computers or networks affects your privacy. We also show you common mistakes to avoid if you want to start taking control of your privacy.
In a series of blog posts, we look into some of the most important aspects of online privacy and security.