I have vpn pro but it's not wanting to connect to any of the country's that have the websites and video's I want to use.
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Did you try the Windscribe extension for Firefox? 10GB free per month when you sign up.
davexnet yes I did and it doesn't have the country ( Australia) as one of the countrie's you can get with the free download.
I have Winscribe Pro and while I don't use it very often, it's been fast and reliable when I do.
It's not free, but slickdeals.com has some deals as low as $10.45 for one year to $37.95 for a lifetime sub https://slickdeals.net/f/11370475-windscribe-vpn-pro-subscription-lifetime-48-3-year-1...archBarV2Algo1
There are two Australia VPNs included in the 50 options.
Psiphon is nice, but no Oz.
There are many economical paid VPN's - PureVPN is good and has lots of features. With so called free VPN's you open yourself up to a lot of prying and targeted advertising.BeyonWiz T3 PVR ~ Popcorn A-500 ~ Samsung ES8000 65" LED TV ~ Windows 7 64bit ~ Yamaha RX-A1070 ~ QnapTS851-4G
I have read, that all free VPN stored same as google everything you do. So only paid version as many suggested is the way to use VPN what it really means. So agree with others suggestions.
Windscribe does not give me any ads. This is the program not the add on
I'm still a little concerned with speed reduction when using a VPN. I can't seem to find out which one doesn't throttle my already slow DSL speed here. I guess I could download a VPN trial (if any allow that) and then do a speed test with VPN on then another test with it off. Hate to do that kind of testing, because when I delete VPN software, I bet some hidden sh*t is left behind on my computer.Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence -Carl Sagan
No such thing as a good free vpn. The free ones are just poor leaky proxies shared with thousands of other users. And #12 is bang on; under no circumstances use Hola. I have had to cleanse many a customer's pc after an experience with Hola. Even after a proper uninstall and a complete removal of the browser addon (not just a disable) - Hola still remains connected and calling-home; hogging and selling your bandwidth thru files in a folder called 'Illuminati' - which will not DEL via conventional methods either!
NordVPN and ExpressVPN are probably the best out of the paid-for solutions and I have used both. (No I am not a reseller). Support is better with Express, but Nord have way more servers.
Not NordVPN. Security flaws discovered.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/popular-vpns-contain-code-execution-security-flaws-despite-patches/Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence -Carl Sagan
Update 15.04 BST:
NordVPN CMO Marty Kamden told ZDNet:
"The vulnerability had already been fixed by the time Cisco publicly disclosed the CVE. The update has already been pushed to all of our customers as well, and none of them are vulnerable at the moment.
It is also important to keep in mind that this vulnerability could only have been exploited if an attacker had obtained access to the victim's PC. Such a situation alone leads to a variety of severe security threats beyond any individual apps."
Last edited by codehound; 13th Sep 2018 at 05:52.
Agree using Free VPN is just like using a Fake VPN Which will not protect you anyhow and they also do not work with many websites and in many regions. If you are more curious about the content which you want to access and you are thinking that which VPN will work then its better to get a Trial for VPN and find out which one is working best for you.
Agree with Lissi, free vpns are doubtful as they might be selling user data...i suggest to pay small amount and get complete protection. In my experience nordvpn and purevpn are great in unlocking content.
Not correct. Windscribe is good and free version has 10GB per month.
i had 100gb/month on the free account, before i grabbed a lifetime pro license for about 30 bucks..
and as someone mentioned, i didn't have any ads/limits (other than the monthly data limit, which you can affect..) neither on the free one...
you just open the mining page and let it use your computer resources.
Last edited by codehound; 1st Dec 2018 at 18:09.
Nord keeps some concerning relationships, and honestly reminds me of the BS that Facebook has pulled.
it's windscribe's own page and script.
and stop insulting people by calling them by names.
dunno what kinda crap computer you got, obviously it's a waste of time to do it with a slow comp.
when you don't know what you're talking about, then don't.
eg. for me, kaspersky checks any script ran on this computer,
and i had no problems on mining for them,it is legit.
There's nothing shady about it, they explain it clearly what for it is, and you accept it manually yourself.
There is no such thing as unlimited "free" VPN, if someone offers you such thing, then you should be cautious about it.
Atleast Windscribe offers you a way to gain bandwidth credit without spending a penny,which is btw PERMANENT, u have all the extra credit each month.
And btw, I always run the browsers sandboxed, so nothing gets on my machine for real.
if you're paranoid about your security, nobody forces you to do it.
About Windscribe's mining..
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Last edited by Kamala; 2nd Dec 2018 at 07:37.
VPN is likely your strongest defense against all the uncles.
I gotta ask, though: (in general, natch) what are "normal" folks using a VPN to accomplish? Although I've been required by my employer to use a VPN for remote access to company systems, in nearly 4 years of IT I've never needed one myself. However, here's the best streaming VPN you should use to watch videos. Fairly easy to set up with this VPN.
Last edited by brittany; 10th Sep 2019 at 09:16.
As you are looking for a free VPN then nothing can compete TunnelBear. You can go for free as well as paid subscriptions to pick from. The only limit with the free plan is that you are restricted to 500MB of traffic every month. This isn't a very big amount, so you won’t be capable to utilize it at its fullest without paying, but it's great for those times when you want a little extra safety and needs to go down the VPN free route. It also gives a variety of paid-for plans that delete the limits linked with the free plan, such as the download limit, states available and the number of attached devices. I have tried it on my own so I would suggest you try this. Go for a detailed list of free VPN's by following https://thevpn.guru/free-vpn-vs-paid-vpn-comparison-review.