Do you use VPN? If so, what is your favor, and are you satisfied with it?
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I decided to get a paid VPN, but I feel that once you find a reasonable alternative and look for it, a lot of topics will appear on the forum about how bad, tough or uncertain it is. So a little curious about what others are using, and if you are happy with what you have?
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I use Virtual Shield and have since near its beginnings. There have been some developmental issues, but the customer service is remarkable and issues are dealt with swiftly and quite equitably as well. I have the basic suite and may be upgrading soon.

Link: https://virtualshield.com/

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I think PIA is a popular one. Not sure what else people are using these days. I'd definitely look around more techie forums to see what people are using these days.
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ExpressVPN works great for me.
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I don't use any. I probably should look into it some day, but I don't want to have to pay money for any.
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(03-18-2019, 06:40 AM)josh987654321 Wrote: I don't use any. I probably should look into it some day, but I don't want to have to pay money for any.
There are a couple decent free ones out there. I can't remember them off hand but I'll inquire if you are interested. I frequent a tech forum and have a couple IT buddies that are real good.
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(03-18-2019, 07:53 AM)SeeTheLight Wrote:
(03-18-2019, 06:40 AM)josh987654321 Wrote: I don't use any. I probably should look into it some day, but I don't want to have to pay money for any.
There are a couple decent free ones out there. I can't remember them off hand but I'll inquire if you are interested. I frequent a tech forum and have a couple IT buddies that are real good.

I would be careful with anything that's free. I've heard about data leaks from these types and you may be more vulnerable than if you weren't using it. With the way the world is going, it may be a smart idea for anyone who is Christian or even just conservative leaning to use VPNs to mask their activity online.

Typically when it comes to the world of the internet the motto is that if it's free, you're the product. Why are Google products free? Facebook? Twitter? etc. Because they are selling you to the highest bidder. A free VPN can very well act in the same way, I wouldn't trust it.
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(03-21-2019, 11:38 AM)GangGreen Wrote:
(03-18-2019, 07:53 AM)SeeTheLight Wrote:
(03-18-2019, 06:40 AM)josh987654321 Wrote: I don't use any. I probably should look into it some day, but I don't want to have to pay money for any.
There are a couple decent free ones out there. I can't remember them off hand but I'll inquire if you are interested. I frequent a tech forum and have a couple IT buddies that are real good.

I would be careful with anything that's free. I've heard about data leaks from these types and you may be more vulnerable than if you weren't using it. With the way the world is going, it may be a smart idea for anyone who is Christian or even just conservative leaning to use VPNs to mask their activity online.
Those technical folks I'm talking about I trust. You are welcome to your opinion but these folks if so inclined have some amazing talents. Let's just say I'm glad they are good people.

I do agree we all need to be careful and yes there are free vpn services you want to avoid and there are also paid ones you want to avoid as well. I for one don't have a Facebook account and won't.
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