VPN which one ? Recommendation?


#1

looking to use VPN service

which one do you use and recommend ?


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#2

However I’ve heard they sell info.


#3

Kind of defeats the purpose of a VPN. I personally suggest PIA.


#4

Has anyone used VirtualShield? Its about 5/month if you get the year plan. I have never used a VPN myself. Thanks for this thread.


#5

I’m new to VPNs as well… currently trying out NordVPN for a month. Seems good, decent price and user-friendly.

Some others I’m interested in trying:
CyberGhost
TunnelBear
Windscribe

Just noticed that NordVPN, TunnelBear and Windscribe accept Bitcoin. :smiley:


#6

ExpressVPN. You can always trust the Canadians, hehehe


#7

I’ve heard good things about TunnelBear.

It’s just… I’ve had Hidemyass for so long… it’s like… u know… yearly subscription type shit.
So…


#8

Currently, I am using nordvpn. I got it on last year’s Black Friday week, which gave me huge discount, one time payment of 60/80 bucks for 2/3 years subscription, something like that. I’ve been looking for a reliable vpn that allows me to get into China.


#9

Hah! Great name for a VPN… but yeah, no sense in wasting whatever amount of time you have left, especially if it’s working for you.


#10

Oooh, sounds interesting. Let me know if you do find a VPN that allows you to get into China. Sounds like military grade or something, hehe.


#11

They do sell info according to sources


#12

NordVPN, based in Panama

SNM


#13

Opera browser has it built in


#14

been using ipvanish for sometime now. never had any problems with them.


#15

+1 ipvanish, affordable, reliable, seemingly, unlimited devices/connections


#16

Renewed my NordVPN for $2.75/mo for a 3 year deal, or $99 Christmas Special for 3 years. Not a bad deal.


#17

Does it matter what country we base our daily used VPN? Do we need to base it outside of the good ol us?


#18

I do not think so as all your data is still encrypted. You may lose or gain various access to stuff depending on your “origin” location. I am not a network guru so maybe someone can clarify this.


#19

I know we can’t access some websites if we locate outside of the USA. And I can’t buy into certain things in the USA. So as long as my US based VPN is secure, I should be good.


#20

Although I have used ExpressVPN in the past without problems, I rescind that recommendation based on the fact that the U.S. has partnered with Canada, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand in mass surveillance efforts. There is a name for this agreement amongst these countries, I learned about it recently in cybersecurity studies, promoting PRISM. Mysterium may be a hit after all, hehe.