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u download a little application and login. You then get the option to select what vpn (country) you want to use or just leave it on auto.

That's it, the program routes all your web traffic thru the vpn for you.
I have a Hardware firewall, won't it cause any kind of conflict?
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I have a Hardware firewall, won't it cause any kind of conflict?
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If it does, then open the ports you need to allow the traffic to pass through. Different VPN standards need different ports. No different than any other network service in that respect.

Since you own such a device, odds are you have a good idea of how to do that, so I feel you're probably in good shape. :)
 
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not to get u all worried @Knoxx29 but some VPN services lack of DNS protection very badly so if u visit https://dnsleaktest.com/ it can actually still see the country u r in.

I fixed this by using google's dns server.
 

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not to get u all worried @Knoxx29 but some VPN services lack of DNS protection very badly so if u visit https://dnsleaktest.com/ it can actually still see the country u r in.

I fixed this by using google's dns server.
Thanks for your concern,
I am using the one that @ShiBDiB recommend me (PIA), i visited the link you posted and it doesn't show my original location/country.
 
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ExpressVPN or Ivacy both are good and inexpensive

https://www.expressvpn.com/
https://www.ivacy.com/
Those I will look at, I need to find a good vpn service when my Zenmate "Free" Premium trial ends in August this yr, but I need to find one that just don't keep letting he run around on ip's on the same server bcs I have some services I still want to run like Plex which ain't possible on Zenmate 99% of the time bcs I keep getting a new IP on their servers all the time.
 
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Those I will look at, I need to find a good vpn service when my Zenmate "Free" Premium trial ends in August this yr, but I need to find one that just don't keep letting he run around on ip's on the same server bcs I have some services I still want to run like Plex which ain't possible on Zenmate 99% of the time bcs I keep getting a new IP on their servers all the time.
I know what you mean. I had no problems with ExpressVPN and ivacy. Btw I've also read positive reviews about totalvpn.

In this crappy times vpn is a must. Governments, companies, hackers and anyone else try to get their dirty hands on everything.
 
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I know what you mean. I had no problems with ExpressVPN and ivacy. Btw I've also read positive reviews about totalvpn.

In this crappy times vpn is a must. Governments, companies, hackers and anyone else try to get their dirty hands on everything.
This is so true, I have been thinking about trying out Tunnelbear but I dunno it's a Canadian company but it looks good, and PIA I dunno if I can trust it's a US company if I remember correctly.
 
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You can always buy a cheap 256MB-512MB VPS from RamNode or somewhere else and set up your own VPN. Then you can also use it to host your website or something :)
 
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Hi everyone.
I am not an expert about Vpn and that's why I would like to know if someone could list me a few trusted Vpns, I would really appreciate any suggestion/ advice.

Thanks.
AirVPN

In contrast to all the big names such as IPVanish, TorGuard, Hide My Ass!, PIA etc, AirVPN has been the most useful in terms of performance, cost, privacy and service.

  • No torrent (or other format) throttling
  • No region/server locking
  • Full server stats live, with reports and repair ETAs
  • Packages include complete tunneling and multiple protocols
  • Can be setup for virtually any platform(including a easy to use Windows package)[also user guides exist for bespoke arrangements, such as pfSense, which I run]
  • Their website/user portal is very thorough and flexible. You can build custom VPN configuration files
  • Cost is extremely good for what you get
  • Service is often quick and prompt
  • Forums are active
  • They tick all the privacy qualifications, no record keeping
 
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No PPTP support?! Yes I know it's insecure, but well supported and easy to setup
They made a decision to not support it (reasons that they have openly discussed) from the outset. It did not meet their vision for a good VPN platform, that would include all of the features that I listed above.
I'd reckon it's a tiny compromise in contrast to the positives their service(s) offers.

We're starting to see other companies do the same.

As for easy to setup; only if the host provides you sometime of GUI or interface package, otherwise your average user is going to have a lot more success with an Open VPN arrangement.
 
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i'm using boxpn, very cheap, good amount of servers, good speeds.
Thanks for the heads up on this one W1z...with the sale they going on....it's feasible in my price range.

Best,

Liquid Cool

P.S. subbed to this thread. I personally would like to see more threads/reviews on items like this(and perhaps routers too) on TPU vs. video cards and cases.
 
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I use Nordvpn. You can connect 6 devices. You can choose servers by country or by a list of each server in each country, use UDP or HTTP, PPtP, L2TP. Double VPN, TOR via VPN. There`s are apps for android and iphones as well as DNS leak protection.
 

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Me and my girlfriend studied in China as exchange students for a year. Like you know most of the services are banned there Facebook, Netflix, Youtube etc. So I had to find a way to access those sites/media channels. Found out about VPNs and so on, but did not know, which one to choose. While surfing and searching for the best vpn, I landed on Zenmate. They are German and I am from that country, so I though I'll have a go.

Everything worked just fine and I could use all the channels I wanted, but one day me and my girlfriend wanted to watch some netflix. I activated my favourite tool Zenmate for that, but I kept on receiving error messages. I tried several servers, but it still did not work, which was a shame. I tried and tried, contacted their Support and all they said me that they don't support netflix. (I should have listened to the review on this site thebestvpn). Wanted to cancel my subscription and get a refund for my 12-month-subscription, but did not get one. :( :(:(

Long story short: my experience with Zenmate was pretty awful - they did not support netflix and they did not help me as well....
 

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Thanks to @ShiBDiB PIA was my choice, easy to use and very cheap.
 
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AirVPN

In contrast to all the big names such as IPVanish, TorGuard, Hide My Ass!, PIA etc, AirVPN has been the most useful in terms of performance, cost, privacy and service.

  • No torrent (or other format) throttling
  • No region/server locking
  • Full server stats live, with reports and repair ETAs
  • Packages include complete tunneling and multiple protocols
  • Can be setup for virtually any platform(including a easy to use Windows package)[also user guides exist for bespoke arrangements, such as pfSense, which I run]
  • Their website/user portal is very thorough and flexible. You can build custom VPN configuration files
  • Cost is extremely good for what you get
  • Service is often quick and prompt
  • Forums are active
  • They tick all the privacy qualifications, no record keeping
I can second this, I have been using AIR vpn for two years now, best decision I ever made. ipleak.net to verify my IPV6 address isn't leaking. (I manually enter windows control panel, network sharing center, and disable IPV6 for everything, bluetooth, wifi, ethernet, tap, everything. Then I download latest Open VPN version, and away I go. Super fast and safe, and ipleak.net says its a hacktivist exit node, mmm feels good being in the band of brothers with Aaron Swartz, long live my brother and the failed justice system that basically gave him life in prison while letting wall street types walk away unscathed after 2008. Hacktivist exit node for life. You better believe it boys.
 

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