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Before you jump on a VPN to shield you from anyone knowing what sites you are browsing and downloading from...you should read this

https://www.purevpn.com/blog/vpn-logs-explained/
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Before you jump on a VPN to shield you from anyone knowing what sites you are browsing and downloading from...you should read this

https://www.purevpn.com/blog/vpn-logs-explained/
Thanks - I read the article and found it interesting. Besides PureVPN and NordVPN, I've been looking at IPVanish.

Anyone know much about IPVanish?

I'm looking for three features in a VPN:

1) Support at the router (e.g. DD-WRT configurable)
2) Android TV compatible (to work with my Shield TV without side loading)
3) Android and/or Windows clients

My only concern with option #1 is our use of Netflix. I'm afraid that configuring a VPN on the router may cause Netflix to fail on my home network. This would, of course, require testing to validate, but this item is my number one concern if I go the router configuration route.

I know IPVanish covers all three, but not sure of the other two VPN products above - or if any other VPN provider does the same?
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Quote from Kanra
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NordVPN [nordvpn.com] is offering 2-Year Subscription for $72 or $3/month with code FALL75

100% money back guarantee for 30 days or try it for 3 days - https://nordvpn.com/free-trial/

Features:
6 simultaneous connections
1387 Servers in 61 Countries
2048-bit SSL Encryption
No Logging Policy
P2P welcome
Ads blocker included (CyberSec)
Extension for Google Chrome
Double VPN and Tor VPN Connections
Kill Switch
VPN Gateways Tuned for Streaming Media
24/7 Customer Support via live chat
Unblock more than 400 streaming services (US Netflix if you are overseas, BBC iPlayer and many other like sport hubs UEFA Champions League, Bundesliga and etc.)
Works in China and other highly restricted countries (obfuscated servers)
Most of Servers can be connected as http or SOCKS5 proxy
In reading around at the NordVPN site, they also have a 3-year subscription price of $99.00 ($33/year) - a pretty good price for VPN service if you decide to go with NordVPN. I also learned that NordVPN does support DD-WRT as well as Tomato. Plus you can actually buy VPN configured routers if you're so inclined. [nordvpn.com]

No idea when this price will end (or maybe it never ends?), but I suspect it may be good at least through Black Friday. However, if you're going to do it anyway, I'd suggest to do it now just in case...
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Nord VPN is slow I find compared to Torguard.
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Nord VPN is slow I find compared to Torguard.
yeah torguard is fast and somehow it even speeds up my latency for gaming , do not ask me how but i think it shields my connect from the rest of my connections that are running concurrently through my router and somehow that keeps it cleaner and thus speeds it up somehow , but not sure how - but either way yeah fast enough 2 game on . . .
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1) Support at the router (e.g. DD-WRT configurable)
2) Android TV compatible (to work with my Shield TV without side loading)
3) Android and/or Windows clients

My only concern with option #1 is our use of Netflix. I'm afraid that configuring a VPN on the router may cause Netflix to fail on my home network. This would, of course, require testing to validate, but this item is my number one concern if I go the router configuration route.
1) Router support is dependent on the VPN provider supporting OpenVPN, which the vast majority do. If your VPN provider uses a modified version, then you'd have to flash the corresponding package onto your router
2) don't own a shield tv but since it's based on android, if 3 is support then this one should be covered as well
3) If OpenVPN is supported, clients are covered across all major OS. If not, you can look into L2TP support as it's baked into major OS

No VPN provider can guarantee you Netflix access unless they constantly change their hosts or exit nodes. Netflix is pretty active when it comes to blocking VPN. Chances are if your VPN works today it won't work 6 months from now.
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I just attempted the trial to see how it compares to PIA.

It doesn't even connect.
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Current NordVPN user here, they are not reliable and disconnects more often than not, I wish i never switched from my previous VPN provider.
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I just attempted the trial to see how it compares to PIA.

It doesn't even connect.
Hi, it looks your experiencing some unusual issues, please contact our customer support via live chat 24/7 to solve all problems you have
https://nordvpn.com/contact-us/
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How does this VPN compare to PIA?
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People really need to read this review first before signing up : https://restoreprivacy.com/nordvpn-review/
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Thanks - I read the article and found it interesting. Besides PureVPN and NordVPN, I've been looking at IPVanish.

Anyone know much about IPVanish?

I'm looking for three features in a VPN:

1) Support at the router (e.g. DD-WRT configurable)
2) Android TV compatible (to work with my Shield TV without side loading)
3) Android and/or Windows clients

My only concern with option #1 is our use of Netflix. I'm afraid that configuring a VPN on the router may cause Netflix to fail on my home network. This would, of course, require testing to validate, but this item is my number one concern if I go the router configuration route.

I know IPVanish covers all three, but not sure of the other two VPN products above - or if any other VPN provider does the same?
Unless you have a crazy powerful router you will be severely cutting your speed if you run any vpn on the router level. My internet without VPN (6MB/sec went down to 1MB/sec with vpn on the router level. Through the windows app my speeds were 5.8MB/sec).

If you want to venture down this rabbit hole.. You may want to look into Qotom htpc with intel NiCs running pfsense to overcome the anemic processing power of consumer wireless routers.

Any VPN service worth its weight will support the OpenVPN protocol which would work pretty much anywhere (DD-WRT, pfsense, etc)
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normal offer is 72% off with some link for 2yrs
this is 3% difference!!
btw dont forget 20%cb
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Before you jump on a VPN to shield you from anyone knowing what sites you are browsing and downloading from...you should read this

https://www.purevpn.com/blog/vpn-logs-explained/
So basically it's not all that anonymous huh
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