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Tanga [tanga.com] has a Lifetime Subscription of Secure VPN Service (from AnonVPN) for $14.99. Shipping is free.

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I wouldn't be surprised if the government is the one creating these cheap VPN services and collect data from all of us.
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I agree. Right now, PIA, IP Vanish, Torguard, NordVPN, & VyprVPN are prob the best IMHO. Always do research and dig in on as many forums as you can to judge which services provide you with the best anonymity. Data is valuable and most companies will sell it to the highest bidder, so price is directly correlated with the security you're getting.
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Keep in mind that there may be an added risk in investing in an intimate data deal with a VPN provider, now that certain data mining restrictions have been lifted at the federal level (in the US). Be sure to verify reviews for a proven track record.
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What about VPNForever for $9.99 from the same site?
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What about VPNForever for $9.99 from the same site?
Looks like it's sold out.
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Keep in mind that there may be an added risk in investing in an intimate data deal with a VPN provider, now that certain data mining restrictions have been lifted at the federal level (in the US). Be sure to verify reviews for a proven track record.
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Keep in mind that there may be an added risk in investing in an intimate data deal with a VPN provider, now that certain data mining restrictions have been lifted at the federal level (in the US). Be sure to verify reviews for a proven track record.
I agree. Right now, PIA, IP Vanish, Torguard, NordVPN, & VyprVPN are prob the best IMHO. Always do research and dig in on as many forums as you can to judge which services provide you with the best anonymity. Data is valuable and most companies will sell it to the highest bidder, so price is directly correlated with the security you're getting.
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I agree. Right now, PIA, IP Vanish, Torguard, NordVPN, & VyprVPN are prob the best IMHO. Always do research and dig in on as many forums as you can to judge which services provide you with the best anonymity. Data is valuable and most companies will sell it to the highest bidder, so price is directly correlated with the security you're getting.
from the ones you recommended, could you rank them from the best best to just good. which is the easiest to integrate into ddwrt router.
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I agree. Right now, PIA, IP Vanish, Torguard, NordVPN, & VyprVPN are prob the best IMHO. Always do research and dig in on as many forums as you can to judge which services provide you with the best anonymity. Data is valuable and most companies will sell it to the highest bidder, so price is directly correlated with the security you're getting.
this is probably overkill, but I use vpn at the router level, then swap proxies as needed. I saw someone else mention stacking vpns.
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Yes please rate the VPN companies, I am all for using a vpn connection to stick it to comhack, but I hate to lose a ton of my speed to a slow VPN provider.
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Yes please rate the VPN companies, I am all for using a vpn connection to stick it to comhack, but I hate to lose a ton of my speed to a slow VPN provider.
I don't much about the ones in this thread, but I've used Hotspotshield and Tunnelbear and both are fairly good, I'd say Tunnelbear is probably a bit better just because it's been really fast for me and has a lot of servers in different countries, if you want to go around restrictions and such. They are on the expensive side however.
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They are all pretty easy to setup on DD-WRT. You need to remember that your router has to have enough processor power to process the traffic. Even with the Netgear Nighthawk (R7000) I was only getting 1/3 of the speed advertised (100 advertised/30 actual).

I decided to get around this problem by buying a slim client from ebay ($30) and then the required network card ($7) and setup a Pfsense box (you can also search ebay for: pfsense). This can process traffic fast enough, I get the 100 down now without a problem.
The instructions to do this can be found online. I knew nothing about it but was able to do it myself and found it pretty easy. It's setup as: modem>pfsense box>router.

As far as VPN providers. I had PIA for two years. No problems. Then I started having issues with the speed. Some times of the day it was fine. Then during the evening hours it would slow. It was up and down. The other thing I didn't like is PIA has it's own blocks of IP addresses versus random addresses. This makes it easy for websites because they just block that range of IP addresses that PIA owns. That's what happened to me - was going to websites all over and was blocked.

I have Torguard now. They have blocks of IP addresses too that they own but they have many different blocks. The odds are a little better when it comes to not getting blocked from websites. Every VPN is pretty much the same in the end though.
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Although this website does display speed tests, it has great information for other comparative purposes:
https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vp...son-chart/

You can also download the Excel file.
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I wouldn't be surprised if the government is the one creating these cheap VPN services and collect data from all of us.
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It shows Torguard jurisdiction is USA which seems incorrect.

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Although this website does display speed tests, it has great information for other comparative purposes:
https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vp...son-chart/

You can also download the Excel file.
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so is this good or not?
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