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NeOPost has 2 Like and 0 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-20 13:41:13(3 wks ago)


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VPN services have become an important tool to counter the growing threat of Internet surveillance. Encrypting one's traffic through a VPN connection helps to keep online communications private, but is your VPN truly anonymous? We take a look at the logging policies of dozens of top VPN providers. 

Millions of Internet users around the world use a VPN to protect their privacy online.

Unfortunately, however, not all VPN services are as private as you might think. In fact, some are known to keep extensive logs that can easily identify specific users on their network.

This is the main reason why we have launched a yearly VPN review, asking providers about their respective logging policies as well as other security and privacy aspects. This year’s questions are as follows:

1. Do you keep ANY logs which would allow you to match an IP-address and a time stamp to a user/users of your service? If so, what information do you hold and for how long?
2. What is the registered name of the company and under what jurisdiction(s) does it operate?
3. Do you use any external visitor tracking, email providers or support tools that hold information about your users/visitors?
4. In the event you receive a takedown notice (DMCA or other), how are these handled?
5. What steps are taken when a valid court order or subpoena requires your company to identify an active user of your service? Has this ever happened?
6. Is BitTorrent and other file-sharing traffic allowed (and treated equally to other traffic) on all servers? If not, why?
7. Which payment systems do you use and how are these linked to individual user accounts?
8. What is the most secure VPN connection and encryption algorithm you would recommend to your users?
9. How do you currently handle IPv6 connections and potential IPv6 leaks? Do you provide DNS leak protection and tools such as “kill switches” if a connection drops?
10. Do you offer a custom VPN application to your users? If so, for which platforms?
11. Do you have physical control over your VPN servers and network or are they hosted by/accessible to a third party? Do you use your own DNS servers?
12. What countries are your servers located in?

Below is a small list of responses taken from the original article by Torrentfreak from some of the VPN services in their own words. Providers who didn’t answer our questions directly or failed by logging extensively were excluded. We specifically chose to leave room for detailed answers where needed. The order of the list holds no value.


ExpressVPN    

1. ExpressVPN is an anonymous, offshore, zero-log VPN service provider. We are in the business of keeping our customers private and secure.
We do not possess information that would enable us to identify a user by an IP and timestamp produced as part of an investigation. ExpressVPN IPs are shared among customers, and we don’t have the ability to match a customer to an IP address. We designed our network to maximize privacy protection for our customers.
2. Express VPN International Ltd. is a BVI (British Virgin Islands) company. The BVI is a small, independent nation in the Caribbean renowned as an offshore jurisdiction with strict privacy regulations and no data retention laws.
3. We use 3rd party website analytics tools such as Google Analytics. We use Zendesk for support tickets and Snapengage for live chat. We believe that these are secure platforms.
Information about how you use the VPN itself (such as browsing history, traffic data or DNS queries) is never revealed to 3rd parties and is never logged or stored by ExpressVPN.
4. As we are a network service provider rather than a content host, there is nothing to take down. We also do not attempt to identify an ExpressVPN user in this case, report the user, or otherwise restrict service. Our customers should rest assured that their anonymity is protected.
5. VPN companies receive subpoenas and other legal requests as a matter of regular occurrence. This is one of the most significant advantages of our BVI jurisdiction. A court order would need to take place in the BVI for it to be legally valid. If we receive a request from another jurisdiction, we let them know that we don’t maintain logs that would enable us to match an IP address to an ExpressVPN user.
6. ExpressVPN allows all traffic including BitTorrent from all VPN servers and does not impose restrictions based on the type of traffic our users send.
7. ExpressVPN accepts all major credit cards including VISA, MasterCard and American Express. We also accept PayPal and a large number of local payment options. For users who want maximum privacy and don’t want to send us personally identifying payment information, we recommend bitcoin. In fact, we’ve written a complete guide to protecting your financial privacy with bitcoin.
8. In most cases we recommend (and default to) OpenVPN UDP. Our apps use a 4096-bit CA, AES-256-CBC encryption, TLSv1.2, and SHA512 signatures to authenticate our servers.
9. Yes, we call this leak protection feature “Network Lock”, and it is turned on by default. Network Lock prevents all types of traffic including IPv4, IPv6, and DNS from leaking outside of the VPN, such as when your Internet connection drops or in various additional scenarios where other VPNs might leak.
10. ExpressVPN has award-winning apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, and routers. Our apps are designed to make it easy for users to choose a VPN location and get connected. They also offer much better security and privacy protection than manually configuring a VPN. With the ExpressVPN App for Routers, we make it easy to protect every device in your home using a VPN that is always connected.
11. Our VPN servers are hosted by trusted data centers with strong security practices. The data center employees do not have server credentials, and the server disks are fully encrypted to mitigate any risks from physical seizure. We run our own zero-knowledge DNS on every server (no 3rd party DNS).
12. ExpressVPN has thousands of high speed servers in 145 locations across 94 countries. See the full list here (TF note: some of these locations are virtual, see this explanation for more detail).
ExpressVPN website

Trust.Zone    

1. Trust.Zone doesn’t store any logs. All we need from users is just an email to sign up. No names, no personal info, no tracking, no logs.
2. Trust.Zone is under Seychelles jurisdiction and we operate according to law in Seychelles. There is no mandatory data retention law in Seychelles. In our jurisdiction a court order would not be enforceable and since we don’t store any logs , there is nothing to be taken from our servers. The company is operated by Extra Solutions Ltd.
3. Trust.Zone does not use any third-party support tools, tracking systems like Google Analytics or live chats that hold user information.
4. If we receive any type of DMCA requests or Copyright Infringement Notices – we ignore them. Why? Trust.Zone is under Seychelles offshore jurisdiction. There is no mandatory data retention law in Seychelles. The laws of Seychelles are very friendly to Internet users. Under Seychelles jurisdiction a court order would not be enforceable and since we don’t store any logs, there is nothing to be had from our servers.
5. A court order would not be enforceable because we do not log information and therefore there is nothing to be had from our servers. Trust.Zone is a VPN provider with a Warrant Canary. Trust.Zone has not received or has been subject to any searches, seizures of data or requirements to log any actions of our customers.
6. We don’t restrict any kind of traffic. Trust.Zone does not throttle or block any protocols, IP addresses, servers or any type of traffic whatsoever. Trust.Zone is recommended to use as the “best vpn for torrenting” by the biggest Bittorent websites in the world – ExtraTorrrent (#2 – according to TorrentFreak), 1337x.to (#6) and TORRENTZ2 (#5 – according to TorrentFreak).
7. All major credit cards are accepted. Besides, Bitcoin, PayPal, Webmoney, Alipay, wire transfer and many other types of payments are available. To stay completely anonymous, we highly recommend using anonymous payments via Bitcoin. Trust.Zone offers 10% OFF for everyone who pays with Bitcoin.
No logs, no names, offshore jurisdiction, and anonymous payments – we’re trying to do all the best for our users to get their freedom on the Internet back.
8. Trust.Zone uses the highest level of data encryption. We use a protocol which is faster than OpenVPN and also includes Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS). The most unique feature of Trust.Zone VPN is that you can forward your VPN traffic via ports – 21 (SCP, SFTP), 22 (FTP), 80 (HTTP), 443 (HTTPS) or 1194 (OpenVPN), most of which can’t be blocked by your ISP. Trust.Zone uses AES-256 Encryption by default. We also offer L2TP over IPsec which also uses 256bit AES Encryption.
9. Trust.Zone offers a kill-switch. Trust.Zone has no support for IPv6 connections to avoid any leaks. We also provide users with additional recommendations to be sure that there are no any DNS or IP leaks.
10. Trust.Zone provides users with one-click, easy-to-use application for Windows. Trust.Zone supports all major OS and devices – Windows, iOS, Android, Linux, Windows Mobile, Mac, DD-WRT routers and other OpenVPN compatible devices.
11. We have a mixed infrastructure. Trust.Zone owns some physical servers and we have access to them physically. In locations with lower utilization, we normally host with third parties. But the most important point is that we use dedicated servers in this case only, with full control by our network administrators. DNS queries go through our own DNS servers. We also may ushttp://www.cyberghostvpn.com/en_us
12. We are operating with 100+ servers in 30+ countries and still growing. The full map of the server locations is available here.
Trust.Zone website

CyberGhost
  

1. NO. CyberGhost keeps no logs which enable interference with the IP address of our users, the moment or content of the data traffic. We make express reference to the fact that we do not record in logs communication contents or data regarding the accessed websites or the IP addresses.
2. CyberGhost SRL is a registered company in Romania and operates under Romanian jurisdiction. 
3. CyberGhost uses Google Analytics for the statistical assessment of user access on cyberghostvpn.com. The communication with the CyberGhost Customer Service (by e-mail or Live-Chat) is generally stored for 6 months, unless users inform us that they would like us to delete the conversations immediately.
4. All requests receive the same answer: We don’t keep logs and are therefore unable to identify users in our network.
5. All requests receive the same answer: We don’t keep logs and are therefore unable to identify users in our network. We received various requests, for more information about the type of requests, please consult our transparency report for 2015.
Although we can’t provide any data to various law enforcement agencies, we have implemented some measures in order to stop malware activities and abuses on the network. These steps are also highlighted in the transparency report.
6. Ports in locations such as the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore and Mexico as well as the free servers no longer allow peer to peer connections. CyberGhost has taken these measures to avoid abuses committed on the service. Among the actions taken so far, analyzing the ports used for torrent streaming and blocking them in the countries where specific laws are in place were the most efficient. These measures are also linked to the pressure put on datacenter owners by various authorities to stop enabling connections to these ports.
7. The following systems are available for online purchases: Paypal, credit card, and wire transfer. For anonymous purchases we accept Bitcoin payments (processed by PayBilla). CyberGhost products are also available in German retail stores and can be purchased anonymous with cash.
CyberGhost collects and uses no personal data, such as e-mail addresses, name, domicile address and payment information. If users register for the Premium-Service of CyberGhost VPN, we store a fully anonymous User ID, an encoded password and the pay scale information (next billing date).
In order to be able to separate the payment data from the data of the user account, CyberGhost itself does not process any orders or payments. We work exclusively with resellers. CyberGhost cooperates for the payment operations of Premium-Rates on www.cyberghostvpn.com and within its own Client with Cleverbridge (cleverbridge AG, on www.cyberghostvpn.com and within its own Client with cleverbridge (cleverbridge AG, 2-4 Brabanter Str., 50674 Cologne, Germany). Further information on cleverbridge data safety can be found on the Security-Page of cleverbridge AG.
8. We recommend Open VPN protocol. All our servers have AES –256 bit encryption. We provide DNS leak protection since a while now and have a built in “kill switch” tool.
9. Yes, we provide a VPN App for Windows, iOS, Mac and Android. For Linux operating systems, routers and other devices, we offer the possibility for configuring the following protocols PPTP, L2TP/IPSec and OpenVPN.
10. We currently rent the DNS servers. We have a strict policy with data centers and since March 2012, CyberGhost has successfully passed the audit and verification conducted by QSCert for the implemented Information Safety Management System (ISMS) in accordance with the international industrial standards ISO27001 and ISO9001. The certification confirms the high quality of the internal safety processes and is renewed yearly ever since.
11. Yes, we have physical control on some of our servers, the No Spy Proxy servers which are located in our headquarters in Bucharest, Romania. They are monitored 24 hours and offer maximum protection. The rest of our servers are leased from trusted datacenters around the world. All servers run on custom compiled kernels and CyberGhost is the only one controlling the software. We intend to extend our own hardware infrastructure in the next future.
12. In February 2016, CyberGhost has 650 http://www.cyberghostvpn.com/en_usustralia, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Singapore, Ukraine, and United States.
Since the demand is growing and we have almost doubled our user base in 2015, we constantly add new servers to our server park.
CyberGhost website

NordVPN   

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1. As stated in our terms of service, we do not monitor, record or store any VPN user logs. We do not store connection time stamps, used bandwidth, traffic logs, or IP addresses.
2. The registered company name is Tefincom co S.A., and it operates under the jurisdiction of Panama.
3. We use Google Analytics and a third-party ticket/live chat tools (Zendesk/Zopim). Google Analytics is used to improve our website and provide our users with the most relevant information. The ticket/live chat tool is used to provide the best support in the industry (available 24/7), but not tracking our users by any means.
4. We operate under Panama’s jurisdiction, where DMCA and similar orders have no legal bearing. Therefore, they do not apply to us.
5. If the order or subpoena is issued by a Panamanian court, we would have to provide the information if we had any. However, our zero-log policy means that we don’t have any information about our users’ online activity. So far, we haven’t had any such cases.
6. Yes, we allow P2P traffic. We have optimized a number of our servers specifically for file-sharing; ensuring other servers, which are meant for streaming and other purposes, have uninterrupted speeds. In any case, we do not engage in bandwidth throttling for P2P users.
7. Our customers can pay via credit card, PayPal and Bitcoin. We do store the standard billing information for refund purposes, but it can not be related to any Internet activity of a particular customer. Bitcoin is the most anonymous option, as we do not link the payment details with the user identity or other personal information.
8. NordVPN uses NGE (Next Generation Encryption) in IKEv2/IPsec. The ciphers used to generate Phase1 keys are AES-256-GCM for encryption, coupled with SHA2-384 to ensure integrity, combined with PFS (Perfect Forward Secrecy) using 3072-bit Diffie Hellmann keys. IKEv2 protocol is used by default in our OS X and iOS apps, and it can be manually setup on Windows and Android OS. We are also exploring possibilities to develop IKEv2 based apps for Android and Windows. At the moment, Windows and Android apps are using AES-256-CBC encryption with 2048-bit key.
9. Yes, we do provide both an automatic app-level kill switch and a feature for DNS leak protection. Our OS X, Windows, iOS and Android apps have IPv6 leak protection implemented. NordVPN service will not leak IPv6 address.
10. We have custom VPN applications for Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS. All NordVPN apps are very easy to install and use, even with no previous experience with VPN services.
11. We use a hybrid model, whereby we control some of our servers but also partner with premium data centers with strong security practices. Furthermore, due to our special server configuration, no one can retain or collect any data. All servers have been set up with a zero logs policy. We do have specific requirements for network providers to ensure highest service quality for our customers. We do have our own DNS servers, and all DNS requests go through those.
12. At the moment, we have 741 servers in 58 countries. You can find the full list here.
NordVPN website


Private Internet Access      

1. We do not store any logs relating to traffic, session, DNS or metadata. There are no logs for any person or entity to match an IP address and a timestamp to a user of our service. In other words, we do not log, period. Privacy is our policy.
2. Private Internet Access is operated by London Trust Media, Inc., with branches in the US and Iceland, which are a few of the countries that still respect privacy and do not have a mandatory data retention policy. Additionally, since we operate from the countries with the strongest of consumer protection laws, our beloved customers are able to purchase with confidence.
3. All of our VPN systems and tools are proprietary and maintained in house. We utilize some third-party tools in order to provide a better customer experience. By Q3 2017, all of these third party tools will be transitioned to in-house solutions.
4. We do not monitor our users, and we keep no logs, period. That said, we have an active, proprietary system in place to help mitigate abuse.
5. Every subpoena is scrutinized to the highest extent for compliance with both the “spirit” and “letter of the law.” While we have not received valid court orders, we periodically receive subpoenas from law enforcement agencies that we scrutinize for compliance and respond accordingly. This is all driven based upon our commitment to privacy. All this being said, we do not log and do not have any data on our customers other than their signup e-mail and account username.
6. BitTorrent and file-sharing traffic are allowed and treated equally to all other traffic (although it’s routed through a second VPN in some cases). We do not censor our traffic, period.
7. We utilize a variety of payment systems, including, but not limited to: PayPal, Credit Card (with Stripe), Amazon, Google, Bitcoin, CashU, and any major store-bought gift card and OKPay. Payment data is not linked nor linkable to user activity.
8. Currently, the most secure and practical encryption algorithm that we recommend to our users would be our cipher suite of AES-256 + RSA4096 + SHA256.
9. Yes, our users gain a plethora of additional protections, including but not limited to:
(a) Kill Switch: Ensures that traffic is routed through the VPN such that if the VPN connection is unexpectedly terminated, the traffic will not route.
(b) IPv6 Leak Protection: Protects clients from websites which may include IPv6 embeds, which could lead to IPv6 IP information coming out.
(c) DNS Leak Protection: This is built-in and ensures that DNS requests are made through the VPN on a safe, private, no-log DNS daemon.
(d) Shared IP System: We mix clients’ traffic with many other clients’ traffic through the use of an anonymous shared-IP system ensuring that our users blend in with the crowd.
(e) MACE™: Protects users from malware, trackers, and ads
10. We have custom applications to which our users have left amazing reviews. PIA has clients for the following platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, iOS and a Chrome Extension (Coming soon). Additionally, users of other operating systems can connect with other protocols including OpenVPN, SOCKS5 (unencrypted), and IPSec, among others.
11. We utilize our own bare metal servers in third-party datacenters that are operated by trusted friends and, now, business partners whom we have met and on which we have completed serious due diligence. Our servers are located in facilities including 100TB, Choopa, Leaseweb, among others.
We also operate our own DNS servers on our high throughput network. These servers are private and do not log.
12. As of the beginning of 2017, We operate 3283 servers across 37 locations in 25 countries. For more information on what countries are available, please visit our network information page.
Private Internet Access website

IPVanish    


1. IPVanish is a no log VPN.
2. Mudhook Marketing, Inc. The State of Florida
3. We use basic inbound marketing tools like Google Analytics, but we do not track or store personally identifiable information (PII) from these tools. We also do not track the browsing activities of users who are logged into our VPN service.
4. We do not store, host, stream or provide any content, media, images or files that would be subject to a properly formed takedown notice.
5. First, any request has to be a valid and lawful request before we will even acknowledge the request. If the request is for user data or identification of a subscriber based on an IP address, we inform the agency making the request that we do not keep any logs and we operate in a Jurisdiction that does not require mandatory data retention.
Sometimes, legal agencies or authorities may not be happy with this response. We politely remind them that IPVanish operates within the letter of the law and is a valid and needed service to protect the privacy of its subscribers.
6. Yes, BitTorrent and other file-sharing traffic is allowed.
7. Bitcoin, PayPal, and all major credit cards are accepted. Payments and service use are in no way linked.
8. We recommend OpenVPN with 256 bit AES as the most secure VPN connection and encryption algorithm.
9. IPVanish has a Kill Switch feature that terminates all network traffic to prevent any DNS leaks in the event your VPN connection drops. We also have a user-enabled option that automatically changes your IP address randomly at selected time intervals. We currently do not support IPv6. This will be rolled in with an upcoming update. All traffic is forced over IPv4 to prevent IP leaks.
10. We offer a custom VPN application for iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac. IPVanish is also configurable with DD-WRT and Tomato routers (pre-configured routers available), gaming consoles, Ubuntu and Chromebook.
11. We own and have physical control over our entire operational infrastructure, including the servers. Unlike other VPN services, we actually own and operate a global IP network backbone optimized for VPN delivery which insures the fastest speeds of any VPN provider.
12. We have servers in over 60 countries including the US, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada and more. You can view the complete list on our VPN servers page.
IPVanish website

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pinheadPost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-20 14:29:36(3 wks ago)


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I use IPVanish

1. IPVanish is a no log VPN.
2. Mudhook Marketing, Inc. The State of Florida
3. We use basic inbound marketing tools like Google Analytics, but we do not track or store personally identifiable information (PII) from these tools. We also do not track the browsing activities of users who are logged into our VPN service.
4. We do not store, host, stream or provide any content, media, images or files that would be subject to a properly formed takedown notice.
5. First, any request has to be a valid and lawful request before we will even acknowledge the request. If the request is for user data or identification of a subscriber based on an IP address, we inform the agency making the request that we do not keep any logs and we operate in a Jurisdiction that does not require mandatory data retention.
Sometimes, legal agencies or authorities may not be happy with this response. We politely remind them that IPVanish operates within the letter of the law and is a valid and needed service to protect the privacy of its subscribers.
6. Yes, BitTorrent and other file-sharing traffic is allowed.
7. Bitcoin, PayPal, and all major credit cards are accepted. Payments and service use are in no way linked.
8. We recommend OpenVPN with 256 bit AES as the most secure VPN connection and encryption algorithm.
9. IPVanish has a Kill Switch feature that terminates all network traffic to prevent any DNS leaks in the event your VPN connection drops. We also have a user-enabled option that automatically changes your IP address randomly at selected time intervals. We currently do not support IPv6. This will be rolled in with an upcoming update. All traffic is forced over IPv4 to prevent IP leaks.
10. We offer a custom VPN application for iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac. IPVanish is also configurable with DD-WRT and Tomato routers (pre-configured routers available), gaming consoles, Ubuntu and Chromebook.
11. We own and have physical control over our entire operational infrastructure, including the servers. Unlike other VPN services, we actually own and operate a global IP network backbone optimized for VPN delivery which insures the fastest speeds of any VPN provider.
12. We have servers in over 60 countries including the US, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada and more. You can view the complete list on our VPN servers page.

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LRSPost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-20 16:55:59(3 wks ago)


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TrustZone for me it's never let me down and speed is spot on! subscription runs out in a few weeks so i will be renewing and and have no issues recommending to all  :D

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CatministerPost has 0 Like and 0 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-20 17:38:40(3 wks ago)


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http://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/ PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS is best!!

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Mulva1989Post has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-21 17:01:38(3 wks ago)


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This might be helpful to people looking for the cheapest VPN.



That's $79 for 5 years subscription they offer this week.

In the interest of full disclosure.. They did run into some controversy a while back concerning some logging.
http://torrentfreak.com/purevpn-logs-helped-fbi-net-alleged-cyberstalker-171009/

So if you plan on doing stuff that might cause the fbi to have special interest in you, I wouldn't recommend this. However for all penny-pickers that merely want to keep the DMCA letters at bay.. this will do.

http://www.purevpn.com/cyber-week-special

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NeOPost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-22 14:00:09(3 wks ago)


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added NordVPN information with  Special Cyber Deal, 77% off.

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SRIGGAPost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-22 14:25:09(3 wks ago)


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LOL. Forget about the special offer blah blah. If you care about your privacy, just buy ExpressVPN or PIA (private internet access) they are both topnotch VPN's. just pay for the damn thing, and you'll be Good :) I personally use them both for different purposes.

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SuperbikemikePost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-22 15:29:51(3 wks ago)


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Pia's great lil slow but real good im going to try nord soon also ........ just dont use pure vpn they do log and in a recent case had someone arrested so this shows us that they can and will when pressed turn over all your information ,,,,
http://torrentfreak.com/purevpn-logs-helped-fbi-net-alleged-cyberstalker-171009/

now regardless of the reason here that fact remains they keep logs and had this stalker arrested so what would make you think if pressed by the mppa and the feds they would not turn over your information ....They would in a second putting you in a jam you dont want to be in .....
ie: stalker harassment illegal - arrested,
torrenting sharing movies illegal hence there pressed / your arrested ...

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NeOPost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-23 13:08:26(3 wks ago)


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added PIA VPN information

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FastclawPost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-24 21:06:37(2 wks ago)


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PIA Best out there

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EmpySpritePost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-24 23:44:37(2 wks ago)


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I've used hosts (get it?) of different VPN's. My favourite is PIA (Private Internet Access) as it's simple to use, and with the package I got you can have great proxies for uTorrent on top of the VPN. It's consistently the same speeds I'd be getting without it activated. Plus it gives further protection as a Chrome browser addon, and an android app.

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NeOPost has 0 Like and 1 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-27 16:00:13(2 wks ago)


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added IPVanish information

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jediael.gagePost has 0 Like and 0 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-27 18:52:01(2 wks ago)


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ExpressVPN is best IMO

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pinheadPost has 0 Like and 0 Dislike | Posted at 2017-11-28 18:02:57(2 wks ago)


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NeO wrote:

added IPVanish information

You can delete my post directly below your original post (if you don't mind)

Thanks

Pinhead

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prisonpugPost has 1 Like and 0 Dislike | Posted at 2017-12-07 13:27:19(1 wk ago)


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I've been using ExpressVPN for several years now and have had no problems at all.  They've been tweaking the software continually and recently if / when the connection is lost, the downloads stop until corrected.

Additionally, thanks to ExpressVPN's further innovations, I have purchased a Linksys WRT1200AC router (used on eBay) for which they have provided firmware (that I can download and install) so that the router will correct directly to them allowing all devices connected to the router (both wireless and Ethernet) to access their servers.

Here are two YouTube links regarding using the Linksys router (I hope that such is not in violation of any ETTV policy):


From ExpressVPN

From a You Tuber compensated to review the Linkssy Router setup


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dragnitPost has 0 Like and 0 Dislike | Posted at 2017-12-08 13:08:01(1 wk ago)


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Windscrib good speed, has firewall, never lost a connection yet. Easy to set up.

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