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Best VPN Suggestions

Post by jameskotler on Wed Jul 31, 2019 7:29 am
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Use of VPNs has been increasing significantly these days. Why? because of security issues. Hackers nowadays are very fast and can easily access personal information and data specially when you use a public Wi-Fi. I live in Germany. I remember when I was using a public Wi-Fi, my data got leaked due to which I have faced a lot of troubles. Since that day, I decided to do research on it and find out the best source to wipe out hackers. I have written various guides about the best vpns. I am listing down five best vpns which I think are very lucrative for yourself.
1-Surfshark
2- PureVPN
3- NordVPn
4- ExpressVPN
5- CyberGhost

I am using surfshark and its quite cheap and user-friendly. For guide click here.
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Re: Best VPN Suggestions

Post by talzub on Sat Aug 17, 2019 9:05 am
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PureVPN and NordVPN are involved in scandals. I dont think they should be recommended because the purpose of the VPN is flawed if they hand over user information and retain them as well while claiming to keep no logs. My thoughts are based on factual evidence that are available on the web
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Re: Best VPN Suggestions

Post by MarkusCruman on Wed Sep 04, 2019 2:43 am
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Personally I am really liking NordVPN for using in school. If you need compare Vpn just read this article https://webguidevpn.com/best-vpn-for-school/ It is a paid service but well worth the money. They have a lot of servers around the world, support streaming, have an awesome and responsive servicedesk and best of all, a no log policy. That last part is something that is being overlooked to often and basically means that your VPN isn’t private at all since the logs will tell exactly what, where and how long you did something. They also have several other benefits like double VPN, Onion routing (join the Onion network without installing additional software) en secure browsing features.
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Re: Best VPN Suggestions

Post by karlmuller on Thu Oct 10, 2019 6:58 am
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jameskotler wrote:Use of VPNs has been increasing significantly these days. Why? because of security issues. Hackers nowadays are very fast and can easily access personal information and data specially when you use a public Wi-Fi. I live in Germany. I remember when I was using a public Wi-Fi, my data got leaked due to which I have faced a lot of troubles. Since that day, I decided to do research on it and find out the best source to wipe out hackers. I have written various guides about the best vpns. I am listing down five best vpns which I think are very lucrative for yourself.
1-Surfshark
2- PureVPN
3- NordVPn
4- ExpressVPN
5- CyberGhost

I am using surfshark and its quite cheap and user-friendly. For guide click here.


Thanks for the Information James. I have been using VPN since so many years and I always look for better options. I am currently using NordVPN which is undoubtedly as super vpn.
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Re: Best VPN Suggestions

Post by CamioBx on Thu Dec 05, 2019 9:31 am
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Try SurfShark as it would probably work for you. It covers all the provisions at a modest price and the capability to buy a lifetime license. It is good when it comes to private browsing, gaining access to all content, and up to five immediate devices, those are the perks this VPN Provider offers you. When it comes to performance then it would be a great choice. However, with such increased speeds and reasonable prices, there’s very little room to feel displeased.
Check out the Surfshark review here https://www.bestvpnguru.com/reviews/surfshark-vpn/ to see a detailed analysis about this provider. You have a 30-day trial, so you could check it on your own. I have tried it and I assure you that you wouldn’t find anything better than this one.
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Re: Best VPN Suggestions

Post by alexsmith11 on Mon Dec 23, 2019 10:48 am
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jameskotler wrote:Use of VPNs has been increasing significantly these days. Why? because of security issues. Hackers nowadays are very fast and can easily access personal information and data specially when you use a public Wi-Fi. I live in Germany. I remember when I was using a public Wi-Fi, my data got leaked due to which I have faced a lot of troubles. Since that day, I decided to do research on it and find out the best source to wipe out hackers. I have written various guides about the best vpns. I am listing down five best vpns which I think are very lucrative for yourself.
1-Surfshark
2- PureVPN
3- NordVPn
4- ExpressVPN
5- CyberGhost

I am using surfshark and its quite cheap and user-friendly. For guide click here.

I would always refer to this guide here on Best VPNs. Its backed by research and suggests only those VPNs based on strict criteria.
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