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News and Announcements / PureVPN Black Friday Deal -- 88% OFF
« Last post by Emma_Parker on November 17, 2018, 01:06:46 AM »
PureVPN is offering their best price on this Black Friday by giving 88% discount on their VPN service.

Now you can get PureVPN subscription as low as for @1.32/m for 5 years

PureVPN have some unique features as well like

Internet Kill Switch
Split Tunneling
5 multi logins
31 days money back gurantee
lowest price on this black friday
180+ locations
2000+ servers
300000+ IPs

For more details visit their official website https://www.purevpn.com/vpn-deals/lifetime
VPN Discussion / PureVPN Black Friday Offer With 88% Off!
« Last post by aliciatim on November 17, 2018, 12:10:56 AM »
PureVPN is offering the best VPN discount on Black Friday.

Available option:
•   5-Years $1.32/m - Save 88%
•   Source: https://www.purevpn.com/vpn-deals/lifetime
•   A few things to mention:
•   300,000+ IPs and 2000+ servers in 141+ countries
•   5 Multi-logins
•   Unblock Streaming Services from Anywhere!
•   No Log Policy
•   Top-Notch VPN Apps
P2P optimized special servers
7-days money back policy
24/7 customer support!

VPN Discussion / Surfshark releases macOS app
« Last post by jacobsladder on November 16, 2018, 05:57:25 AM »
I've been using Surfshark and following its development for a while. Considering this VPN is about half-a-year old, it has all necessary implementations: KillSwitch, MultiHop (bouncing between two servers), CleanWeb feature (AdBlock+blacklist of malicious websites) etc. Two days ago they released macOS app, read about it here. Maybe it will be useful for Apple lovers, I'm not using Mac myself so if anybody tries it out feel free to leave feedback in the comments.
Free VPN Services / Live22 fun games will be with you everywhere!
« Last post by johnson83 on November 14, 2018, 06:05:32 AM »
Many games you can play easily. No matter where you are, just turn on your phone. You will be able to choose from a wide variety of gaming options and have a 24-hour care team.

Details In the link below.


VPN Reviews / Re: Which ones do you think are the best VPNs on the market right now?
« Last post by Noonzer on November 08, 2018, 04:21:33 AM »
As a long time user I do recommend NordVPN, there’s a few more good options and here’s an article about the best deals you can get on this Black Friday https://medium.com/@strickymickey/the-best-black-friday-and-cyber-monday-vpn-deals-2018-get-the-best-vpn-offers-and-discounts-801c2e4f7721, so check it out, maybe you’ll find one that you like on sale.
VPN Reviews / Re: Which ones do you think are the best VPNs on the market right now?
« Last post by aliciatim on November 07, 2018, 11:42:09 PM »
There is a lot of best VPN services in market now a days. Here are some Best VPN services according to Cnet.

IPVanish VPN
Hide My Ass
VyprVPN Services
Private Internet Access
Buffered VPN
Goose VPN
Hotspot Shield

VPN Reviews / Re: what is vpn
« Last post by aliciatim on November 07, 2018, 11:38:06 PM »
thank you so much to share this informative knowledge  :)
VPN Discussion / Re: The Best VPN Deals these days
« Last post by nickhudson on November 07, 2018, 10:07:02 PM »
I need to renew my PureVPN subscription, waiting for their black Friday deals.
Off Topic / Re: Can we use torrent with VPN ?
« Last post by jacobsladder on November 07, 2018, 06:59:16 AM »
Of course, I'd say you kind of don't use torrents without a VPN. Just be sure to pick a fast one, I personally use Surfshark, it's a new one so their servers aren't loaded at all and the speed drop is barely visible.
VPN Discussion / Re: How safe is VPN?
« Last post by jacobsladder on November 06, 2018, 06:33:05 AM »
First of all, I'm sorry about your elections, I have heard about this unfortunate turn of events and wish you safety.

About VPNs: it depends on the provider, so few things you should know. First of all, google if a VPN that you are considering using stores no-logs. Most of VPN providers claim they do, so you will need to do your research, there were incidents when "no-logs" VPN gave out browsing information to governmental agencies or other third party agencies. NO FREE VPNs, that is the golden rule IMHO, every developer has to acquire funds somewhere, so do Free VPNs, as the saying goes, if it's free - you're the product.

When choosing a VPN be sure to check the location where they are based at. Avoid 14-eye countries (list here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UKUSA_Agreement#9_Eyes,_14_Eyes,_and_other_"third_parties"), these are the ones that can send their agents to knock on VPN providers doors and ask for information. For example, I'm using a new VPN called Surfshark, they are located in The British Virgin Islands with no data retention laws, meaning they are not obliged to store and keep any information and nobody can come knocking on their door asking for some.

Third, take some additional steps: use privacy badger, use software that would hide your user agent (that's your browsers details), when on VPN - before doing anything check your IP address online if there are no IP or DNS leaks. Use strong different passwords, use encrypted e-mail, use encrypted chat platforms. Even though a VPN encrypts your traffic and hides your IP, all of these are necessary if you're living under conditions of oppression. If my English language was a bit too hard I apologize and feel free to ask any questions, I will be glad to answer all of them.
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