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The P in the middle of VPN means Private. If you want to go this cheap route..you just have VN
And the p in spaghetti means pizza pie provolone panini so who's counting?
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And the p in spaghetti means pizza pie provolone panini so who's counting?
Wow cool. A professional debater!
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And the p in spaghetti means pizza pie provolone panini so who's counting?

What ....I did not know the P meant that.

I do know if you take the L out of Lover its over

Motels (lyrics)

Watching my head, holding my face
One more evening gone to waste
No longer do I know my place
Killing time and missing my cues
Watching her belong to you
Tears could only change my view

Take the L out of lover and it's over (x2)

Growing up has always been tough
Good intentions never good enough
I would take you far away
Do anything to make you stay

Take the L out of lover and it's over (x3)
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My experience is none of VPNSecure's servers mention proper for P2P (torrents), so I inquired for more info and they had the nerve to tell me they all were fine for that. I paid for lifetime and never will use it other than basic stuff. I've had and continue to renew with IBVPN and have been very happy. Now I have been notified they got bought out by StrongVPN. I don't know their situation as far as better/worse or same as far as privacy and location. Ugh.
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Nope. Asked their support.
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The company won't last long selling a lifetime sub for $12. You get what you pay for but hey it was only $12. Lots of VPN are $10/m so not that big of a loss.
I bought another lifetime VPN service a year or two ago, so far so good.... I don't use it much but it's come in handy for streaming a few times. Schitts Creek was available in Canada but unreleased in the US at some point and it worked well.
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To be fair though, these VPN review sites are all just paid advertising.
Agreed. Here's a site that seems better:
https://thatoneprivacysite.net/#d...comparison
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The company won't last long selling a lifetime sub for $12. You get what you pay for but hey it was only $12. Lots of VPN are $10/m so not that big of a loss.
I had VPNSecure lifetime sub for about 5 years now, so the company may be around for a while. This is a good deal, the speeds are good. I paid about $30 for it
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Don't fall on these numerous antiprivacy, cheap, junk, unreliable vpn's. If you need some reputable, solid vpn, be ready to spend some buck, otherwise you waste your money and giving up your security and privacy.
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I haven't found a vpn service that is reliable for geo-unblocking. I think the best option for just geo-unblocking is to use SmartDNS service.
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See below. I did not disclose the VPN service but its a very popular one. It appears the kill switch failed and leaked his address. That is what you pay for is not the connection but when the connection fails during a session.

However, I still received letters from both separate ISP's saying that they are aware I'm torrenting and even listed the files I have downloaded. Obviously, I'm upset that the VPN didn't work how I wanted it to. But I'm even more upset about my ignorance with using the VPN properly so that I will never get caught again.

I know that VPN's are not perfect and completely untraceable, and that it's always a risk to torrent. But am I doing something wrong? Should I be breaking up the torrent into smaller files with some setting?

I really appreciate any help on this topic.

BTW I am connected to the Netherlands from the U.S. with a VPN that supports p2p sharing.
Use Qbittorrent and bind the VPN adapter in the Advance network settings, Works with any VPN even cheap VPNs. This is you best killswitch for torrenting. You can also use your VPN's killswitch but that alone isn't 100% foolproof even among top VPN softwares like you said.

Also, you don't need to connect overseas server to torrent. If US servers supports p2p then use it. I'm in the US and always pick the closest servers for faster download speeds, never had any problem, no ISP letters/warnings.

Attached a screenshot of what I"m talking about for Qbittorrent. Also, was using OpenVPN UDP protocol of FastestVPN (a crappy VPN but does its job of torrenting). I also, have Windscribe that I switch back and forth. Never had any ISP torrent letters. My previous ISP warning letter was from 2017 that prompt me to get a VPN, I got Windscribe Lifetime VPN around then.
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Use Qbittorrent and bind the VPN adapter in the Advance network settings, Works with any VPN even cheap VPNs. This is you best killswitch for torrenting. You can also use your VPN's killswitch but that alone isn't 100% foolproof even among top VPN softwares like you said.

Also, you don't need to connect overseas server to torrent. If US servers supports p2p then use it. I'm in the US and always pick the closest servers for faster download speeds, never had any problem, no ISP letters/warnings.

Attached a screenshot of what I"m talking about for Qbittorrent. Also, was using OpenVPN UDP protocol of FastestVPN (a crappy VPN but does its job of torrenting). I also, have Windscribe that I switch back and forth. Never had any ISP torrent letters. My previous ISP warning letter was from 2017 that prompt me to get a VPN, I got Windscribe Lifetime VPN around then.
Yes, I know about that. But that works for torrents. Perhaps you need to download from dropbox something that might be an issue. A VPN router will supply all attached devices with VPN service. And yes, I can also still run regular internet....hmmm...how do you do that...but lets get back to kill switch off a VPN router. And if your streaming...that wont work since you dont use torrents for streaming although you could but lets skip that. I am talking about a full proof OpenVPN running on a router with guarantee kill switch. How is that done. 1000 points to the winner.

Now try this. Try to configure your router to have OpenVPN running only VPN service but also a kill switch if the tunnel goes down however you cannot cheat and use the routers built in kill switch (Asus router running merlin for example).

So how do you configure that if the VPN goes down it will not then on the router use your regular IP address?

Why not use the routers configuration like below...because I have found that it would leak your DNS address. I am sure they fixed it but I want to play it real safe. So what is the trick you do in the router to kill any potential for internet to run once the tunnel goes down?

Configuring a Kill-Switch (suppose to work Asus router with Merlin) But maybe your router does not have this firmware. Below is not the solution since I already spoke with Merlin and told my my work around since policy rules can fail in a router in previous versions of Merlin.
Navigate to VPN -> OpenVPN Client.
Under Advanced Settings select Redirect Internet Traffic: Policy Rules.
Have the Block routed clients if tunnel goes down option Enabled.
In the Rules for routing client traffic through the tunnel add your local network: Description - give it any name.
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I am new in terms of shopping for VPN. What do you recommend for video conferences with US clients when I am in Asia (Taiwan). Thanks.
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so which one? this lifetime VPN-Secure or lifetime VPN-Unlimited deal from the other thread?

https://slickdeals.net/f/14354468-keepsolid-vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription-5-devices-15?src=frontpage
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Yes, I know about that. But that works for torrents. Perhaps you need to download from dropbox something that might be an issue. A VPN router will supply all attached devices with VPN service. And yes, I can also still run regular internet....hmmm...how do you do that...but lets get back to kill switch off a VPN router. And if your streaming...that wont work since you dont use torrents for streaming although you could but lets skip that. I am talking about a full proof OpenVPN running on a router with guarantee kill switch. How is that done. 1000 points to the winner.

Now try this. Try to configure your router to have OpenVPN running only VPN service but also a kill switch if the tunnel goes down however you cannot cheat and use the routers built in kill switch (Asus router running merlin for example).

So how do you configure that if the VPN goes down it will not then on the router use your regular IP address?

Why not use the routers configuration like below...because I have found that it would leak your DNS address. I am sure they fixed it but I want to play it real safe. So what is the trick you do in the router to kill any potential for internet to run once the tunnel goes down?

Configuring a Kill-Switch (suppose to work Asus router with Merlin) But maybe your router does not have this firmware. Below is not the solution since I already spoke with Merlin and told my my work around since policy rules can fail in a router in previous versions of Merlin.
Navigate to VPN -> OpenVPN Client.
Under Advanced Settings select Redirect Internet Traffic: Policy Rules.
Have the Block routed clients if tunnel goes down option Enabled.
In the Rules for routing client traffic through the tunnel add your local network: Description - give it any name.
Sorry I personally think VPN on router is stupid. I was only replying to torrent problem nothing about routers. VPN on router sounds great, providing all devices VPN connection, but stupid if you are a gamer.

I don't need VPN connection for Xbox live, pc gaming multiplayer, or playstation Network.

Sorry can't help on your router problem.
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