ExpressVNP now accepts Bitcoin


ExpressVNP is committed to ensuring user privacy, which is why Bitcoin is an accepted payment method for users signing up for new accounts.

If you already have a Bitcoin wallet with Bitcoin in it, subscribing to ExpressVNP is fast and easy. There’s no need to enter countless fields of information like your name, mailing address, credit card number, and so on. ExpressVNP requires an email address, and that’s it (for things like password assistance, help setting up, and subscription information).

The 30-day money back guarantee still applies to Bitcoin payments, so if for any reason you’re unhappy with the service, you’ll get the money refunded, quibble free.

Using Bitcoin is fast, easy, and secure. ExpressVNP’s Internet privacy guide features step-by-step instructions on how you can start paying with Bitcoin today!


ExpressVNP ♥ Bitcoin!

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Watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup online with ExpressVNP

ExpressVNPWorld Cup Fever at the ExpressVNP HQ!

‘Tis the season of WORLD CUP FEVER!!

The 2014 FIFA World Cup kicked off yesterday, with Brazil beating Croatia 3-1 in the gripping opening match in Sao Paulo.

Over the next month, football (soccer) fans will be tuning in from all over the world to watch the 64 matches. And with Spain as the defending champion, it’s anyone’s championship to win!!

There are plenty of official World Cup feeds streaming the games with great commentary online. Using ExpressVNP, you can watch your favorite soccer team without having to worry about ISP throttling!

For an exhaustive list of broadcasters with media rights licenses, check out FIFA’s official list (PDF) or do a quick search online.

May the best team win!


Our thoughts on the anniversary of Snowden’s first revelations


It’s been one year since Edward Snowden’s first revelations about the mass surveillance conducted by the United States’ National Security Agency.

Since then, revelation after revelation has emerged about how governments are spying on individuals on a massive scale.

Notable revelations since then:

  • Through the NSA’s QUANTUM program, the NSAplans to infect millions of computers with malware by, among other things, disguising itself as a fake Facebook server (this drew the ire of Mark Zuckerberg, who posted on angry response on Facebook)

  • Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) also has unfettered access to the world’s communications

  • Just last week, we learned that the NSA is collecting millions of faces from web images.

You can find an exhaustive timeline of the revelations here.

Snowden’s revelations have brought security and privacy to the fore. And with regular Internet users plagued by security vulnerabilities like Apple’s gotofail bug and Heartbleed, people are more aware of Internet privacy and security issues than ever before. As they should be: our governments are spying on us indiscriminately.

As we said in response to the first NSA revelations, using a VPN is only part of the solution.

That’s why we’re encouraging you to check out Reset the Net, whose awesome Privacy Pack gives you “the easiest ways to protect yourself and make mass surveillance more difficult,” including suggestions for encrypted chat clients, GPG tools to encrypt your email, and more.

Please take today to remind your friends and family that they can take active measures to protect their own privacy—whether through using a VPN, or any of the free software in Reset the Net’s privacy pack.