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StackSocial has Private Internet Access VPN Service Subscriptions on sale listed below after promo code WEEKEND25. Thanks jgsk

Available options after WEEKEND25 code:
  • 3-Year Private Internet Access VPN Service $60
  • 2-Year Private Internet Access VPN Service $45
Features:
  • Bypass censored & geographically blocked websites, apps and services
  • Enjoy a more intuitive & robust experience via the new VPN client
  • Protect your identity by masking your location & IP address
  • Block ads, trackers & malware w/ the new MACE feature
  • Surf at blazing speed on 10 devices simultaneously w/ unlimited bandwidth
  • Encrypt your data w/ the cryptographically secure Blowfish CBC algorithm
  • Includes SOCKS5 proxy
  • Block unwanted connections w/ an advanced firewall
  • Access more than 3,300+ servers in 32 countries
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StackSocial [stacksocial.com] is having a sale on a 2-year subscription to Private Internet Access VPN for $59.99 - $14.99 w/promo code WEEKEND25 = $45.00

Available options after WEEKEND25 code:
3-Year Private Internet Access VPN Service $60
2-Year Private Internet Access VPN Service $45
Features:
Bypass censored & geographically blocked websites, apps and services
Enjoy a more intuitive & robust experience via the new VPN client
Protect your identity by masking your location & IP address
Block ads, trackers & malware w/ the new MACE feature
Surf at blazing speed on 10 devices simultaneously w/ unlimited bandwidth
Encrypt your data w/ the cryptographically secure Blowfish CBC algorithm
Includes SOCKS5 proxy
Block unwanted connections w/ an advanced firewall
Access more than 3,300+ servers in 32 countries
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Not entirely true. They were subpoenaed by the FBI and did not produce anything. https://www.scribd.com/doc/303226...eat-arrest
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For those wanting to add extension to their account via this deal

Use a different email to buy, then change your original accounts email to this email, contact CS at PIA, they'll need you key code, then they'll extend you
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It's for encrypting your internet traffic so that your ISP and any other snoopers cannot see what you are doing online. PIA is based outside the USA so you are not going to see them give up your data to that particular government. It does slow down your internet speed a little to a lot depending on the node you pick (closer the better usually) and can help you get past geo-locked content (location based content) if the DRM does not catch you. Hulu picks up on PIA so you'll have to either turn it off when watching or make an exception for it to allow that particular traffic without the vpn. VPN is a Virtual Private Network and PIA allows up to 5 concurrent instances using the same username/password at the same time meaning 5 different devices can be running PIA. You can install it on more that 5 but you are still limited to 5 concurrent instances (Same time) so if all are taken up at the moment the 6th+ wont be able to connect.
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What's a VPN for? (Asking for any new people who will get steam rolled by these ever important l33t haxors who live in their paren'ts basement)
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What's a VPN for? (Asking for any new people who will get steam rolled by these ever important l33t haxors who live in their paren'ts basement)
It's for encrypting your internet traffic so that your ISP and any other snoopers cannot see what you are doing online. PIA is based outside the USA so you are not going to see them give up your data to that particular government. It does slow down your internet speed a little to a lot depending on the node you pick (closer the better usually) and can help you get past geo-locked content (location based content) if the DRM does not catch you. Hulu picks up on PIA so you'll have to either turn it off when watching or make an exception for it to allow that particular traffic without the vpn. VPN is a Virtual Private Network and PIA allows up to 5 concurrent instances using the same username/password at the same time meaning 5 different devices can be running PIA. You can install it on more that 5 but you are still limited to 5 concurrent instances (Same time) so if all are taken up at the moment the 6th+ wont be able to connect.
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Not the best. It is US based, so it can potentially be snooped by The Man. Not very stable and geolocked services don't work with it. I'm dumping it the end of this month and going back to Express VPN.
When you say "geolocked services don't work with it," do you mean services like Netflix or Amazon Prime Videos, which is location dependent won't work with it? I have found that most VPN services don't work with Netflix.
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Express suck when using torrent
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Been using this for over 6 years and share it with the family, works incredibly well especially with torrents.
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Not the best. It is US based, so it can potentially be snooped by The Man. Not very stable and geolocked services don't work with it. I'm dumping it the end of this month and going back to Express VPN.
Reliable for me, and they have measures in place to avoid snooping.

https://www.privateinternetaccess...g-problem/
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For those wanting to add extension to their account via this deal

Use a different email to buy, then change your original accounts email to this email, contact CS at PIA, they'll need you key code, then they'll extend you
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Not the best. It is US based, so it can potentially be snooped by The Man. Not very stable and geolocked services don't work with it. I'm dumping it the end of this month and going back to Express VPN.
Not entirely true. They were subpoenaed by the FBI and did not produce anything. https://www.scribd.com/doc/303226...eat-arrest
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It's for encrypting your internet traffic so that your ISP and any other snoopers cannot see what you are doing online. PIA is based outside the USA so you are not going to see them give up your data to that particular government. It does slow down your internet speed a little to a lot depending on the node you pick (closer the better usually) and can help you get past geo-locked content (location based content) if the DRM does not catch you. Hulu picks up on PIA so you'll have to either turn it off when watching or make an exception for it to allow that particular traffic without the vpn. VPN is a Virtual Private Network and PIA allows up to 5 concurrent instances using the same username/password at the same time meaning 5 different devices can be running PIA. You can install it on more that 5 but you are still limited to 5 concurrent instances (Same time) so if all are taken up at the moment the 6th+ wont be able to connect.
People always want an outsourced provider, but take IPVanish for example based in the USA. They claim they have no logs so how on Earth can they give up info that supposedly doesn't exist? You'd have a lawsuit on your hands if that ever happened. The only logs are email they claim.
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Not entirely true. They were subpoenaed by the FBI and did not produce anything. https://www.scribd.com/doc/303226...eat-arrest
I said "potentially." Since it is based in the US, it is possible that the company could be forced by the feds to do something it professes it won't. Such as logging specific accounts. Foreign companies are much more beyond the reach of Uncle Sam.
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