New TunnelBear iOS and Android Apps!

New TunnelBear iOS and Android Apps!

The TunnelBear team is thrilled to announce our new mobile applications for iOS and Android are now available for download! We’ve rebuilt them from the ground-up with the same simplicity, but with a great new interface and rock-solid connectivity. What’s new? • Visualize your bear tunneling your data around »

TunnelBear Hearts Fast Internet For All

TunnelBear Hearts Fast Internet For All

Today, TunnelBear joins websites like Reddit, Netflix, Etsy and thousands of other sites to show you what life would be like if cable/Telco companies get their way. TunnelBear will be protesting against the FCCs new internet slowlane rules by displaying a symbolic “loading” graphic. What is the slowlane? Telecoms »

TunnelBear Encryption

TunnelBear Encryption

This post is out of date! To read about TunnelBear’s current encryption, check out this updated blog post. ——————— We get plenty of questions about the encryption TunnelBear uses to protect your privacy. This blog post will provide a brief overview of what we use to create our tunnels. Encryption »

TunnelBear Sadly Ends Support for Windows XP

TunnelBear Sadly Ends Support for Windows XP

On April 8th, Microsoft announced that they’ll no longer be issuing security updates for Windows XP. Today, it’s with mixed feelings mostly jubilation that we also announce the end of support for our favourite OS from 2001. Conflicts, Drivers and .NET The TunnelBear team is committed to building »

New Tunnels to Italy!

New Tunnels to Italy!

TunnelBears are natural explorers, constantly migrating from place to place in search of privacy and less-restricted ecosystems. Last month, we heard from TunnelBear-owners at our polling station that you want Italy as the next tunnel destination. Today, we are happy to announce that TunnelBears have completed tunnels to Italy! Bellissimo! »