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- Made for privacy
- Easy to use
- Fast connection speeds
- No logs are kept on the VPN servers
- Good customer service
Do we really want to “sell” ourselves?
GDPR is no solution IMHO, instead of securing private information it forces ISPs to store it, and if it is stored somewhere, there will be ways to access it for whatever reasons. I'm not surprised that VPN market is on the rise, VPNs like NordVPN, VPN unlimited, PIA, Zenmate, and many others offer encryption services, hide your IP (location security), some claim to keep absolutely no logs. You can never be 100% certain that all your online information will be inaccessible, but taking additional steps to secure it is better than putting blind trust in governmental agencies.
I have a lifetime account and streaming has generally been fine for the past two and a half years. However, I've also had a lifetime account with VPN Unlimited since 2014 and their streaming has been excellent especially with the addition of the Wireguard protocol. I use them exclusively for BBC iPlayer as Windscribe is hit or miss for that.
I have a lifetime plan from VPN Unlimited that I let a friend use that I’ve had since like 2017 or something like that. They’re alright. Don’t cost too much, have servers for P2P and their speeds are OK.
I stupidly used a VPN called "KeepSolid VPN Unlimited" that was available for free by promotion. I torrented a game and 7 days later we got a letter.... My dad wasn't mad or anything but he told me not to do that again because he didn't want our service suspended, which I understood. Long story short, don't use any free VPN. Only trustworthy ones are WindScribe and ProtonVPN, but Windscribe's free data is just for evaluation and Proton's free servers don't allow BitTorrent.
The smartDNS is a nice to have as well has the DNS firewall. Windscribe does just about all of this with Robert...but vpnunlimited is lifetime at least.
This is VPN Unlimited. I made a post about them recently. They have blocked all torrent traffic on their servers. They had already removed the US servers (San Francisco) from torrenting, but now they have blocked all of their servers.
Firewall Killswitch in VPN Unlimited?
I've recently changed to VPN Unlimited due to a good deal. I found a killswitch option but only to use with the VPN connected.
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