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Read about five most popular and chosen by community as the most secure/trusted VPN Service Providers:

  • Private Internet Access
  • TorGuard
  • IPVanish
  • DIY
  • CyberGhost

There is a vote as well in order to determine the winner.

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november_ra1n

I have been using Cyberghost on the list last 3-4 years. However since i discover ZenMate Chrome extention >>> i barely bother using CyberGhost.

Advantage of ZenMate over Cyberghost fast to dial, no need to wait application load unlike CG. It is also as fast as CyberGhost quite happy about it till now.

Available only for Chrome now but they will announce Extension for Firefox soon cant wait.

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Best VPN service is Hotspotshield I thought.

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Best VPN service is Hotspotshield I thought.

Why Just Because It's Free :P There are Many decent Free alternatives

That Don't Have 10 Process / Service Running IN The Background

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I use anonymox extension (free) on firefox for basics and Cyberghost premium for other work.Also have Steganos loaded on with key from this forum,tried it a couple of times seems ok and gives a few more country options if and when needed.

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Private Internet Access gets my vote too...Excellent speed, reliable service + 5 device connections for $3.00 / month

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I have been using Cyberghost on the list last 3-4 years. However since i discover ZenMate Chrome extention >>> i barely bother using CyberGhost.

Advantage of ZenMate over Cyberghost fast to dial, no need to wait application load unlike CG. It is also as fast as CyberGhost quite happy about it till now.

Available only for Chrome now but they will announce Extension for Firefox soon cant wait.

Wow, this is awesome, +1 for the fast to dial :showoff:

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I just saw this thread and testing Zenmate, it works and I'm not experiencing delay on surfing, thanks for recommending november.

Waiting for the extension in Firefox, Zenmate will be a very good complement with DoNotTrackMe extension.

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Years ago , I have classic codes , I stick with CyberGhost , ,,

You still have a spare classic code? I need England servers but the latest GA don't include it in the list, I can give you 5 keys of the special 2 for 1 classic, if it has England servers available.

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I vote for Private Internet Access...Used it for two years....Always fast. And they state at least that they don't keep any kind of logs.

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I have been using Cyberghost on the list last 3-4 years. However since i discover ZenMate Chrome extention >>> i barely bother using CyberGhost.

Advantage of ZenMate over Cyberghost fast to dial, no need to wait application load unlike CG. It is also as fast as CyberGhost quite happy about it till now.

Available only for Chrome now but they will announce Extension for Firefox soon cant wait.

ZenMate will leak your IP through Flash, only solution is probably disabling Flash - then why not use more appropriate and secure TorBrowser?

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Years ago , I have classic codes , I stick with CyberGhost , ,,

You still have a spare classic code? I need England servers but the latest GA don't include it in the list, I can give you 5 keys of the special 2 for 1 classic, if it has England servers available.

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Include 16 countries ,

Sorry , Classic key is too hard to found ,

I keep it for personal use only

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And I have special keys too

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I need genuine KIS commercial key , If you have. ( Good deal for me )

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ande, I just read TorBrowser doesn't encrypt traffic between Tor network and destination server:

Remember that Tor anonymizes the origin of your traffic, and it encrypts everything inside the Tor network, but it can't encrypt your traffic between the Tor network and its final destination.

Does ZenMate encrypt all the traffic?

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@Yorel Yes, risk of Tor is that anyone can setup exit node, which makes your packets partially vulnerable, however when able use SSL and HTTPS in order to prevent sensitive data leakage.

There is a way to force Flash to use browser proxy by adding 2 lines in mms.cfg (Located in: "%WINDIR%\SysWow64\Macromed\Flash" or "%WINDIR%\System32\Macromed\Flash"):

DisableSockets = 1EnableSocketsTo = 127.0.0.1

DisableSockets disables all socket connections, except those specified under EnableSocketsTo.

Trick is, since ZenMate works only with Chrome, to run Chromium with local Flash (instead of Chrome with pepper flash).

Yes, ZenMate will encrypt traffic from your browser to one of their servers.

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@Yorel Yes, risk of Tor is that anyone can setup exit node, which makes your packets partially vulnerable, however when able use SSL and HTTPS in order to prevent sensitive data leakage.

There is a way to force Flash to use browser proxy by adding 2 lines in mms.cfg (Located in: "%WINDIR%\SysWow64\Macromed\Flash" or "%WINDIR%\System32\Macromed\Flash"):

DisableSockets = 1EnableSocketsTo = 127.0.0.1

DisableSockets disables all socket connections, except those specified under EnableSocketsTo.

Trick is, since ZenMate works only with Chrome, to run Chromium with local Flash (instead of Chrome with pepper flash).

Yes, ZenMate will encrypt traffic from your browser to one of their servers.

Wow, that is awesome information. I've recently signed up to use a VPN with DNS proxy and Socks (I like socks) called https://ironsocket.com . They seem fast and under the radar since no one knows about them blah...

But this is great info. Are you saying there is a "leak" of IP address that can happen with Flash? Also, is ZenMate something similar to Hola?

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michellesamuel95

Private Internet Access is one of the best VPN providers i have used so far. I am on a 4mbps connection and my ISP has capped torrent speeds during certain times of the day but with my PIA account, i get my full 4mbps when using torrents. Upload speeds on the servers are great too.

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sajidali27

(DIY) Do it yourself is not easy for everyone but its good if you can create your own VPN.. If we talk about free vpn then I'd recommend CyberGhost, Tunnelbear, Unblock-Us as best vpn service providers Zenmate extension is also best.. In paid vpn service PIA, Torguard, VPNArea, ExpressVPN, IPVanish is best they have great protocols and features.. TorGuard is separately best for P2P sites like uTorrent and BitTorrent.. Overall PIA is best in features, security, anonymity, price, servers etc..

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Hi Folks-

I live in Baja California, Mexico, 60 miles south of the San Diego border. My DSL ISP is Telnor. Most of the time I try to access websites I’m told they’re not available in your location, etc., etc. I’ve tried many Proxies and etc. but none work. The prompt more or less says, “Nice try, get lost.”

I see now on one of the forums I read on FTA systems there’s a new offer. If you purchase a Roku 3 receiver, one can apply for a 30 day free trial for RadioCity, a wide open live TV and first run movies ad on for Roku 3 subscribers. The problem again is that it blocks me…. After a lot of searching and reading I find I need to purchase a new router that can be flashed with a dd-wrt file and then subscribe to one of the VPN services. Then I need to purchase a new modem with “Pass Through” capability as my current modem/router won’t work. My research says modem/router combos won’t work with dd-wrt files.

Question:

Anyone here familiar with this system and could you refer me to a quality DSL modem to use with the Pre-flashed dd-wrt router I need to purchase.

Thanks

Ron

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privatevpn is swedish, has servers worldwide, and is one of the cheapest providers.

Fast servers, built-in connection guard on their client aswell.

Quick,friendly and dedicated support too.

That's what I use.

@Loboron: privatevpn has port forwarding, which might solve your problems.. (you don't need to purchase any new modems or routers ;) )

If you can't unlock yourself on your own, the support staff will assist you.

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@Loboron: privatevpn has port forwarding, which might solve your problems.. (you don't need to purchase any new modems or routers ;) )

If you can't unlock yourself on your own, the support staff will assist you.

Thank you, I sent them an e-mail.... I'll post their response once I receive it.

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