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I couldn't find much information. I pay for a subscription through Private Internet Access for their VPN service. While visiting my Client Control Panel on their website, I saw the offer on the sidebar. It appears to still be in development.

Homepage:

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/

Download:

https://app.intego.com/pi/downloader.php

https://cdn1-piav.intego.com/pi/install/20210615/PrivateInternetAntivirusSetup.exe

https://anonfiles.com/dcVc3051u9/PrivateInternetAntivirusSetup_exe

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@HemperorWe are glad to see new members like you interested in contributing/sharing info here. We'd like to see more updates from new members to keep up the nsane pace. Our wishes to you.

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marcelproust

Dear God, I love P.I.A. but may it refrain from being more than a VPN-as-a-service and not take on the role of wanting to do everything as a McAfee or Norton.

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1 hour ago, marcelproust said:

Dear God, I love P.I.A. but may it refrain from being more than a VPN-as-a-service and not take on the role of wanting to do everything as a McAfee or Norton.

Maybe you could disable futures that you do not need/like.

P.S.  Being an open source software, making customization should be well possible.

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3 hours ago, DLord said:

Maybe you could disable futures that you do not need/like.

P.S.  Being an open source software, making customization should be well possible.

But being a network stack. I'd have to vigilantly keep along with any route and peer changes, policies, region selections, its tunnel kits all for the sake of de-bloating perfectly refined software .... that is apparently getting giant enough to venture into various other sectors and become a replacement win-all.

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23 hours ago, marcelproust said:

But being a network stack. I'd have to vigilantly keep along with any route and peer changes, policies, region selections, its tunnel kits all for the sake of de-bloating perfectly refined software .... that is apparently getting giant enough to venture into various other sectors and become a replacement win-all.

You are absolutely right, by no means it's an easy task.  Perhaps finding a simple VPN solution to replace P.I.A. would be a better solution.

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pia should go to smartphone industry a mobile with zero advertisement should be something users should look for

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