CYBERSECURITY PADAWAN

With spring around the bend and Valentine’s Day a distant memory, we now turn towards the (other) finer things in life; a good Netflix binge may be just what the doctor ordered, but those cold and long and resentful nights ain’t gonna go away on their own. Because nobody likes a long intro without a skip button, here’s the ultimate rundown of safe porn sites you can browse and wish away the weariness. Enjoy!

Tips to Increase Your Security when Browsing Porn Sites

Now, before we get to the really juicy part, there are some things we need to understand when it comes to browsing these kinds of websites. One thing to keep in mind is that there’s no such thing as a perfectly secure website.

Of course, websites owners are obliged to offer some form of security guarantee from SSL certificates to frequent pen-testing or implementing newly-discovered security controls and features. However, as the human factor remains one of the leading causes of breaches and online fraud, it falls within our ballpark to keep it safe while enjoying quality content. Up next, I’m going to share with you some tips, tricks, and hacks that will help you stay safe out there. Ours not to question why, but to advise and supply.

  • SSL certificates. Here’s a no-brainer – always check out the website’s SSL certificate. Yes, I know that it sounds like something out of a hacker movie, but it’s really easy to do. After typing in your address – in incognito mode, of course – look to the left of the URL. If you see a padlock there, it means that the website has a valid SSL certificate, and therefore safe. You may come upon ‘padlockless’ websites. I would advise you to stay away from those because odds are they’re teeming with malware. Still, if curiosity gets the best of you, be sure not to click on any ads, links, popups, or make purchases.
  • Links, ads, popups, and banners. Since we’re on the topic of ads, I strongly recommend you stay away from these, regardless of the website’s security status. Web devs are always on the lookout for ad forms that may harbor malicious, but some of them may get through, despite their efforts. No, you won’t catch ransomware by clicking on an ad for “arch” enhancers, still, there’s a chance you may run into some adware.
  • Credit card information and billing. Planning on going platinum? Be sure to use a secure browser when filling in your credit card info. Apart from the obvious choices (i.e., Chrome, Opera), you may want to try out Brave, Tor, Firefox, Iridium, and Epic Privacy Browser.
  • Privacy issues. No, this is not about privacy as in data security, but more about the I-accidentally-hit-the-Facebook-Share-button variety. Such a slipup is definitely a one-way ticket to Facebook jail, but it could also put your career at risk. Keep in mind that some companies don’t look too kindly on employees sharing content that may pass as profane and obscene. Oh yes, one more thing – your personal social media account may be linked to your work account, so keep that in mind.
  • People (not) in your area. Here’s my favorite cliché – X number of people in your area dying to meet you – please don’t drop the extra “e”. The answer is “no” – there aren’t any simmering singles in your area and even if they are, they may not want to meet you. Don’t click on those flashing ads and, most importantly, don’t go about sharing your credit card information. 9/10 times, those conversations are led by bots, not by real people.
  • Extra protection. Wasn’t talking about that kind of protection, although I would rather not UV any appliances. Regarding computer protection, I recommend a combo – internet and machine-level protection. Heimdal™ Threat Prevention Home complemented by Heimdal™ Next-Gen Antivirus Home is the perfect remedy for filtering Internet traffic and removing anything that may have landed on your machine. Be sure to check them out before perusing this list of safe porn sites.

Well, that about does it for my security tips. And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for – the indomitable, interminable, and mind-bending list of websites. Good hunting!

List of Best Safe Porn Sites

  1. Pornhub. The free version’s good, but Premium is always better.
  2. Brazzers.
  3. Bellesea.
  4. Digital Playground.
  5. Erito Network.
  6. Babes Network.
  7. True Amateurs.
  8. The Porn Dude.
  9. Fake Taxi.
  10. SpankWire.
  11. XHamster.
  12. Vixen.
  13. Naughty America.
  14. YouPorn. Used to be unsafe and teeming with malware until it was bought by Pornhub.
  15. XNXX.
  16. RedTube.
  17. Hentai Pros.
  18. Watch My GF.
  19. SCREWBOX.
  20. Thumbzilla.
  21. AdultTime.
  22. Reality Kings.
  23. Evil Angel.
  24. Porn Pros Network.
  25. KINK.
  26. XVideos.
  27. I Know That Girl.
  28. NU-Bay
  29. Tube V.
  30. Dr. Tuber.
  31. Pure Taboo.
  32. FapHouse.
  33. FakeHub.
  34. Porn7.
  35. SlutLoad.
  36. VR Bangers.
  37. JAV Films.

Conclusion

Well, it was fun while it lasted. So, for your entertainment, this is my list of best and safe porn sites. Most of them are free, but not all of them. Don’t go worrying about ripping a hole in your wallet. Chances are you’ll stumble upon some great offers. Now, before I go, there’s one other thing I would like to point out or rather reiterate – there’s no such thing as a foolproof website. Even the safest websites out there have weak spots that can be exploited by hackers.

So, to make this a most enjoyable experience, be sure to keep in mind those little tips I’ve shared with you. There’s nothing more off-putting in this world or the next one like an infected computer. Again, not talking ransomware here, but some of those viruses can really pack a punch, not to mention those crypto miners that can slow down your machine. As always, stay safe, stay away from dubious links, and subscribe to our newsletter for even more goodies.

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