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PrivateInternetAccess is pretty easy to use with multiple options.  $40 a year.

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On 11/27/2016 at 0:38 PM, b0N3z said:

PrivateInternetAccess is pretty easy to use with multiple options.  $40 a year.

I use PIA as well, lots of servers in mutable locations.

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VPN providers use cutting-edge technology and strategies to deliver high quality VPN services that you can rely on for your online privacy and security.

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On 11/27/2016 at 5:43 PM, authorityfinger said:

NordVPN had a pretty good black Friday-deal, 72$ for 2 years. Maybe they'll have it for cyber monday as well.

If you havnt chosen one yet i would recommend Nord as a good affordable vpn.  I use it for a lot of online activities event streaming Netflix at work (during my lunch break).  and works with TOR as well if that tickles your fancy.

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The best VPN is always the one that has good encryption and where the owner of the service isn't based in your country under those laws. The price is secondary.

I use a VPN service by Astrill. They are based in Sweden, which have different laws to the US. So, that gives the extra piece of mind about the government strong-arming them for your info. That's the kinda things to think about before you get attracted to cheap monthly/yearly prices.

 

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8 hours ago, SalenaWatson said:

Well I suggest you to download FalcoVPN as it is the Best vpn service and it is free as well.

FalcoVPN is highly suspect, considering you can use the free OpenVPN client for both Android and iPhones, where you choose your own provider if not setup your own server to use the client against. With FalcoVPN, who are they and why would I trust them with my data?

Free proxy and vpn sites should not be trusted for the most part these days, as anyone running them could be listening to/sniffing all the traffic. Even pay services are use at your own risk recommendations, as best practice. It's the same reason I don't use the free VPN that comes with my browser, as I don't know where my data is going and what is being done with it.

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Grab a decent router with VPN support and put a Dynamic DNS client on it (make a client that constantly updates your public IP to a pastebin or something) and use your home internet connection's public IP to host on.

Probably the cheapest and most secure way..

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Purevpn is the one i would recommend. Have been using for a long time now. Not expensive too.

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After watching a few tutorials on You Tube, I did the Digital Ocean rout and it works well.
I also use the free version of Tunnel Bear on the Windows boot

 

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TorGuard and NordVPN both seem to be good services.   

On 6/5/2017 at 1:25 PM, digip said:

FalcoVPN is highly suspect, considering you can use the free OpenVPN client for both Android and iPhones, where you choose your own provider if not setup your own server to use the client against. With FalcoVPN, who are they and why would I trust them with my data?

Free proxy and vpn sites should not be trusted for the most part these days, as anyone running them could be listening to/sniffing all the traffic. Even pay services are use at your own risk recommendations, as best practice. It's the same reason I don't use the free VPN that comes with my browser, as I don't know where my data is going and what is being done with it.

This is some really good advice when picking a VPN service in my opinion.  Just want to really look at what each one offers.

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18 hours ago, ThoughtfulDev said:

I'm using PIA but have a look at That One Privacy Site. That dude is just awesome!

I ran across this site a few days ago, seems legit (not financially prompted to promote certain vpns) in it's reviews/information I didn't scrub the site down so I could be wrong.

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It's a little sketchy that someone with only 2 posts in this forum is recommending that you visit some random site. I'm not clicking on that

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I have been using Nord for a year and its been very reliable. They have sales on regularly where you can pick up 2 years for pretty cheaply. They have Double vpn connections and tor over vpn. I havent had too many problems accessing online services that are location specific. I was using airvpn previously but nord ended up as half the price in the sale. 

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$15 Credit @ Digital Ocean with coupon code LOWENDBOX

Sign up for a $5 server and get 3 more months for free essentially. 

 

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I use Private Internet Access (PIA) and it works quickly enough for what I want in the UK

I've not got any letters from my ISP about the occasional torrents and I don't appear to have been affected by any rogueAP that may have been present in the many hotels I stay in. The only downside is that it is very popular so BBC iPlayer in the UK knows the IPs which PIA uses and blocks them so not great for anti-geo blocking

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