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Wilson Drake
On 3/12/2018 at 6:54 PM, jiski said:

Very good information.  Thank you.  What good VPN in different countrys?

For what are you looking to use the VPN for ? different VPNs deliver different level of performance with different applications. 

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EternalPurple

Hi. Just found this thread, got curious about VPN's and did some research. Tried NordVPN and VPN.ac and I liked Nord better to my taste, but they both support Netflix so it is a plus. Currently I'm using the free trial and while they don't have a native Linux app, the speeds are great. Found a coupon code USENORD99 and wanted to share, maybe it will be of use to someone.

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On 5/3/2018 at 5:51 AM, EternalPurple said:

 

I like this one too: https://vpnspecial.com/comparison-table/, but yours is good also.

 

I don't know, the comparison parameters they use is way too simple compared to "theoneprivacysite." Also, the first thing I see when I enter the site is a big ad for NordVPN, a review site that have ads for a given VPN provider, doesn't matter how bad or good it is, is a big NO for me!

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I use cyberghost. i have paid subscription. It works well for me, so far no notices sent from my ISP for downing torrents. ;)

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EternalPurple

Hey. Have you heard about new VPN called Surfshark VPN? It promises good speeds, Netflix compatibility, and unlimited devices? Sounds interesting TBH.

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19 minutes ago, EternalPurple said:

Hey. Have you heard about new VPN called Surfshark VPN? It promises good speeds, Netflix compatibility, and unlimited devices? Sounds interesting TBH.

 

If a VPN don't use OpenVPN in his client I would not use

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1 hour ago, EternalPurple said:

Hey. Have you heard about new VPN called Surfshark VPN? It promises good speeds, Netflix compatibility, and unlimited devices? Sounds interesting TBH.

 

Never heard, it's new one and not well reviewed. Only 100 servers in USA, Germany, Japan, Sweden - and other 10 countries somewhere. No Windows client, app for Android and extensions for Chrome and Firefox. 30 days money back guarantee, trial? No logs, unlimited devices, strong encryption, P2P allowed, Netflix works somewhere, Live chat support, China firewall. Pricey because of few servers and missing apps, 3.95$/month for one year. 

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TheEmpathicEar
1 hour ago, Togijak said:

 

If a VPN don't use OpenVPN in his client I would not use

TorGuard has a client that features OpenVPN. What is about this that you like?

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Right Now I'm testing an OpenVPN server and viscosity client!. Seem's to be be OK!

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Snuffy1942

The Best is in the Eye of the Beholder, and might not be the BEST for you. One (Pirate) Site i use all the time offers the BEST VPN, yet it simply fails to install on my System.

It is the BEST for that Pirate Site but not the best for me....

PS: I currently do not use a VPN. and that is the BEST for me.

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