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TorGuard.net is offering 50% off their VPN Service when you enter code SLICKDEALS50 at checkout. Thanks brisar

Note, refer to the forum thread for additional information
  • $5/month for month to month plan
  • $30 for 1-year plan ($2.50/month)
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Edited May 1, 2013 at 06:28 PM by widgit
TorGuard.net

50% off with code slickdeals50

LINK [torguard.net]

$4.98 for month-to-month service
$29.99 for yearly (entire year)

- 100+ VPN Server IP's in Nine Countries
- OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP and Stealth VPN
- Unlimited Bandwidth and Server Switching
- FIVE simultaneous connections allowed per account
- Fast gigabit Connections for HD Streams
- Easy setup on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android + ios.
- Stealth VPN connections for Unblockable access
- 24/7 Customer support For troubleshooting
- 30 day money back risk free guarantee

They are also offering offering 30% off all store items including routers, HDTV boxes, and Pre-Paid cards
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Community Wiki

Last Edited by nutcr0cker July 30, 2013 at 11:28 AM
What is a VPN? A VPN is a virtual private network, and allows you to securely tunnel your connection to the VPN server, so that it appears that all your data originates from that server. VPNs are also useful on public networks in order to prevent other users from snooping your connection, as all information through the tunnel is encrypted.

From the privacy faq:

TorGuard's Privacy Policy

In an effort to protect our clients' and site visitors privacy and rights, TorGuard has established a Privacy Policy which explains what information we gather on visitors and what we do with information that we gather.

This Privacy Policy governs the manner in which TorGuard collects, uses, maintains and discloses information collected from users of this Web site (each, a "User").
Privacy

Users' privacy is very important to TorGuard. We are committed to safeguarding the information Users entrust to TorGuard.
The Information We Collect

TorGuard collects personally identifiable information from Users through online forms for ordering products and services. We may also collect information about how Users use our Web site, for example, by tracking the number of unique views received by the pages of the Web site or the domains from which Users originate. We use "cookies" to track how Users use our Web site.
How We Use Information

TorGuard may use personally identifiable information collected through our Web site to contact Users regarding products and services offered by TorGuard and its trusted affiliates, independent contractors and business partners, and otherwise to enhance Users' experience with TorGuard and such affiliates, independent contractors and business partners. At no time will TorGuard's database of users ever be sold to any entity for the purpose of marketing or mailing lists. Personal information will not be sold or otherwise transferred to our business partners without your prior consent, except that we will disclose the information we collect to third parties when, in our good faith judgment, we are obligated to do so under applicable laws.

- Gonepostl


TorGuard is offering a $1 24 hour trial for those who want to test out speeds, leakage, etc.

http://torguard.net/terms.php

REFUND POLICY
If you are less than 100% satisfied with the TorGuard.net VPN, Proxy or Email service, we will gladly refund your payment if the refund is requested within thirty (30) days from the date of the purchase. Requests made later than the 30 day purchase date window will be denied. Additionally, accounts that have exceeded 10GB or more in download volume during the 30 day trial period will not be eligible for the refund policy.

Always read the terms, never trust a FAQ.

Tor Project a free Open Source program that may be useful for people that don't need the full functionality of Premium VPN Services.
Tor protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world: it prevents somebody watching your Internet connection from learning what sites you visit, and it prevents the sites you visit from learning your physical location. Tor works with many of your existing applications, including web browsers, instant messaging clients, remote login, and other applications based on the TCP protocol.
https://www.torproject.org/
Tor has nothing to do with TorGuard (the service being offered here)


Here are some alternative VPN services that have large selection of servers (worldwide)proxy.sh is $5 month

Setting up BT software Vuze (used to be call Azureus) to only use VPN connection (won't connect if VPN connection not available.)
Here is a tutorial of it.
http://wiki.hidemyass.com/Tutoria...hrough_VPN
Here's a tutorial for utorrent: http://wiki.hidemyass.com/Tutoria...IP_binding
(Remember to un-check make new firewall rule in utorrent settings/prefs)

Enter the interface identifier into the field next to "Bind to local IP address or interface" in the settings.
Note that the interface identifier is named different on every system, so make sure to check how exactly it is called on yours.
In their example, it is "eth15" for OpenVPN, "net2" for PPTP" and "net1" for L2TP.

Make sure the checkbox next to "Enforce IP bindings even when interfaces are not available" is checked;
otherwise it can happen that Vuze keeps downloading without using the VPN.

If the Vuze setup is done correctly, it will ONLY use your VPN connection. If you didn't login to your VPN service, Vuze won't work.


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#16
So far, i've trialed mullvad, bolehvpn, and airvpn, with the latter coming on top based on config/speed/no logs. It does take a speed hit, getting between 50-75% of my non-vpn speed when connecting to EU servers. However, it isn't cheap.
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#17
Just curious what the general consensus is on: How private is a private BT tracker?
Do you feel comfortable using a private tracker without an anonymous VPN or proxy?
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#18
how many U.S. ip do they have?
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Quote from ClearanceCloset View Post :
Went to your TorGuard review link...quite informative, however they also rank Hidemyass as a number one VPN LOL...
so take any of their reviews with a grain of salt,,....
Removed comment.

Looks like the poster you responded to changed the second review link.
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#20
never used TorGuard, but I will say I've shopped around for VPNs and of the ones I have tried, Astrill was the best speed/consistency wise.

if TorGuard had a free no cc info trial I would give it a shot.
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#21
No Tracker is really private anymore... Even with a private tracker I've received warnings from comcast.

Not a bad deal, giving it a try.

I used Torguard last year and canceled cause I just wasn't using it anymore. Good speeds and customer service
from what I remember.... Will see how it compares this year.

Quote from FeloniusMonkey View Post :
Just curious what the general consensus is on: How private is a private BT tracker?
Do you feel comfortable using a private tracker without an anonymous VPN or proxy?
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#22
I found a review listing where the servers are. Also it seems they do log, but they don't keep the logs for more than a day.

http://evilzone.org/anonymity/(re...guard-vpn/
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#23
They also have an Android app

https://play.google.com/store/app...NsaWVudCJd

They seem to have servers in 8 countries:

Quote :
With TorGuard's Anonymous VPN service, you can hide your IP using 100+ secure VPN servers in: Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Switzerland and New Zealand
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#24
Would love to setup a way to get all traffic on my house to go thru this service. Anyone know of that's possible? Perhaps a firewall VM appliance or dd-wrt?

Either way what are the chances they the co behind this isn't scanning our packets of data for a man in the middle type of attack?
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#25
I find having my own VPS is much more useful. The Chicago VPS deals have been very good and have been in this price range. Setting up Ubuntu server with OpenVPN can be really simple, PPTP is pretty simple too or don't bother and do SSH Tunneling. Use Bittorrent Sync and run your own private Dropbox ($55/year for the VPS and you get 125GB for your own space on the web). Run your own mail server. There are plenty of cut and paste install howtos out there for Ubuntu. Learn a little commandline.

OpenVPN
http://blog.ixpiration.com/?p=23

PPTP
http://silverlinux.blogspot.com/2...pptpd.html
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#26
I don't see why not... The listing says they support 5 devices per VPN account which isn't too shabby - I didn't realize this on my last go round.

You could also setup the VPN on your router, looks like they sell these too pre setup with ddwrt: http://torguard.net/store/

Does anyone know if the 50% discount code works on the routers????? That would be sweet.


Quote from armedmetallica View Post :
Would love to setup a way to get all traffic on my house to go thru this service. Anyone know of that's possible? Perhaps a firewall VM appliance or dd-wrt?

Either way what are the chances they the co behind this isn't scanning our packets of data for a man in the middle type of attack?
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#27
Love my PIA VPN... fast speeds as well. But got mine here when it was on SD for $31 for a year. They are also worth a consideration, but the deal is dead. Usually pops up every so often.

PIA = PrivateInternetAccess.com
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#28
PIAVPN is pretty good, have been using them with very little issues.
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#29
Anyone know how long this deal is on for?
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#30
It was even a little less than I expected:

Unlimited Bittorrent Proxy (05/01/2013 - 04/30/2014)
Promotional Code: slickdeals50 - 50.00% One Time Discount $-23.48 USD
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Sub Total: $23.47 USD
Credit: $0.00 USD
Total: $23.47 USD
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