|When it comes to choosing a Virtual Private Network or VPN as it is commonly known, many users find it hard to determine which one is best for them. To help solve your problems, a reddit user ThatOnePrivacyGuy created a VPN comparison spreadsheet of 125 large VPN providers on the web. This VPN comparison is also published on Lifehacker, PC Tech Magazine, Gizmodo and other websites
The sheet is packed with major features of VPN:
- Jurisdiction of every VPN company (offshore jurisdiction is OK, U.S. jurisdiction is NOT GOOD)
- Based in a “fourteen eyes” country? If VPN providers is located in "fourteen eyes" list - avoid them!
14 countries that like to spy and compare notes on each others citizens - Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, US, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden.
- Does VPN provider log any data (Traffic, DNS, IP addresses)? The Best VPNs don't log user activity.
- Does VPN block BitTorrent or other protocols?
- Does VPN provider accept anonymous payments via Bitcoin? The Best VPNs accept anyonymous payments.
- Does VPN require user personal information? The good VPNs needs email of the user only. No first name, last name, addresss and etc.
- Free Trial Available? The good VPNs have a free trial period to test it.
- How many devices can be connected to VPN simultaneously?
- Supported Protocols, OS, devices and many other.
The full VPN comparison list is available on Google Docs here.
Why do you need VPN while torrenting?
VPN is a tool that hides your IP address and your identity, it encrypts traffic and has no logging, so, your IP address will never be revealed and you will be 100% anonymous while torrenting. Government or your ISP can't track your activity. No more any copyright infringement notices from your ISP and government agencies! With a VPN, you are free to download any files you need without any risk.
As you have already known, ExtraTorrent's Best VPN choice for Torrenting is Trust.Zone VPN.
Trust.Zone has founded by the part of ExtraTorrent community and it cares about safety of ET members and every downloader. It's a tool that hides your IP address and your identity, it encrypts traffic and has no logging, so, your IP address will never be revealed and you will be 100% anonymous while torrenting. Government or your ISP can't track your activity. No more any copyright infringement notices from your ISP and government agencies! With a VPN, you are free to download any files you need without any risk.
Trust.Zone is under Seychelles jurisdiction and it operates according to law in Seychelles. There is no mandatory data retention law in Seychelles. A court order would not be enforceable and since Trust.Zone doesn’t store any logs – there is nothing to be taken from their servers.
Now, you can compare ExtraTorrent's recommended Trust.Zone VPN with other VPNs - according to the VPN comparison chart made by independent source.
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Thursday, January 19th, 2017
|I was reading this document yesterday,it brings up some very interesting points to consider when choosing a provider|
|Maybe useful as did not know about the '14 eyes' thing. I regularly use my VPN to connect to those countries.|
|posted by (2016-03-16 20:42:34)|
|*** Does anyone else, who is the U.S. and using a paid VPN or proxy service with Euro servers, have the same issue that I do? ***|
I have been using a particular VPN service provider for a few years. Bandwidth has always been descent(2-5 Mbps) up till 3-4 months ago. Except for a couple of hours in the morning, speed now averages around 80Kbps!
I don't know if there is an issue with the route, ISP is throttling or what. I get similar results with any Euro server. The VPN service provider has always been very responsive and said their servers are not over saturated. They shared the results of their download tests and they cannot replicate my issue but they are not testing from the U.S. like I am. I know they could be lying but I don't think they are. I went ahead and paid for a month of service from PIA and get similar results.
Is it just me experiencing this issue?
|CyberGhost 5.... That's the best VPN I know of... and the one I use... they have both a free version and paid version... worth buying the yearly though..|
Can pick 1 of 30 different countries, each with a list of different IPs to pick from, allowing for bypassing any IP region locks and tracking.. it can also block ads, force HTTPS, and online tracking from websites...
|can someone help me how to get bit coin simply?|
I look everywhere but its too complicated.
|posted by (2016-03-17 03:27:53)|
|larry = localbitcoins|
hongkong ironxxxxxx, cheap, lots of server round the globe, lptp, openvpn, socks5, torrent, 3 connection
|cryptostorm works for me|
|posted by (2016-03-17 05:17:12)|
|@6 go into your bank and cancel the debit DUHHHH...|
@7 blondie your absolutly spot on ,now why isnt cyberghost mentioned on or in the article above...ET shame on yous.
|posted by (2016-03-17 11:48:11)|
|I would highly recommend that you try TrustZone's one day free trial before paying them anything. I've had multiple issues; several disconnects PER DAY (compared to ONE disconnect per YEAR with my previous provider); their Midwest server is out in Montana somewhere while I'm in Chicago and the speed is horrible. (I can't believe they don't have a server in the major metropolis of the Midwest).|
So I asked for a refund. After paying $35.88 and using the service for THREE DAYS, I was given a refund of $26.31. That's $9.57 for THREE DAYS of service. Be warned and try their free option first.
|@mikepool...Until recently there was a major security issue with most VPN's which exploited port forwarding. Around the time you mentioned, it was discovered and most VPN's solved the issue by scrapping port forwarding altogether. This can result in blocked listening port which would certainly cause a speed issue. I'm not saying this is your problem but might be worth a look|
|posted by (2016-03-18 00:45:28)|
|ok 4get amply named ,the dns leaks where fixed last year so please stop missinforming the others that need help in the subject,if your that worried about your dns being leaked open it manually and test it yourself to be sure,theres plenty of tutorials on the matter...DUHHHH.|
|First of all thanks to That One Privacy Guy for all the info and even giving me some info I had not even considered. I have been using Froot VPN for over a year and have had few problems. After seeing that they are part of 14 eyes I might be on the look out for another provider even in mid-year. I guess the "long arm of big brother" is much longer than I have ben led to believe and I do know the truth behind some of the stories, but I've been sworn to secrecy.|
|I just read on trust.zone the problem with Uganda .. you are quite smart guys !!|
|Broxter. Account Created 2011 Absolutely zero activity etc , on here disrespecting people.|
You sound like a DUHHHH. DUHHHH. DUHHHH. DUHHHHH.
|posted by (2016-03-19 16:14:54)|
Thank you for responding but I don't believe that to be the cause. The issue is exactly the same, each day. There is only a 2-3 hour window when I get descent bandwidth. I just don't know if the problem is caused by my ISP, my VPN service provider or if there's a bottleneck somewhere in the route from EU to US. I have a fast connection from my ISP but I get dial-up speed with two VPN service providers for all but 2-3 hours of the day. I was hoping others in the US could tell me what bandwidth they get when connecting to VPN servers in the EU. I don't want to waste more money trying other VPN providers if I get the same crappy results.
|posted by (2016-03-20 18:05:24)|
|babadapper i think you should learn what the word disrespect means,|
@#10. How dare you put this movie down. You bushwacking castrator!!!
your words not mine,nothing gets saved to my account,if you dont know why you obviously dont know enough,so go google it,and as for that comment you put to someone thats disrepectfull you silly little child,you iether help people or stop trolling.
|What a volatile issue|
|Has anyone tried the "Unlimited free VPN Hola" for google chrome, seems to work perfectly has a vpn for every country known|
|posted by (2016-03-23 03:43:16)|
|sadly my isp is blocking websites like extra torrent.i can come here but if i swtch to a vpn then i cant come here. i dont think any vpn will work for me.i tried cyber ghost and it wouldnt let me connect to this webpage or any torrent webpage.it lets me visit other web sites like youtube or amazon.but if i try and use a vpn and come here it wont let me connect.extratorrent doesnt even show up i get can't connect.anybody have any ideas what i can do?|
|Hotspot Shield seems to do a great job|
|posted by (2016-03-23 15:17:43)|
|hot spot shield doesnt let you download torrents.i know because i tried using them.i was wondering why it wasnt downloading.|
|posted by (2016-03-24 23:40:52)|
|Trust.Zone a load of rubbish closest server is the other side of Australia average download speed a whopping 5Kb. Asked for there help they indicated that's all they can do lol.|
|posted by (2016-03-25 12:45:30)|
Yes, I used more than 1GB. You do realize that's about one movie or four TV episodes? Within the three days, the servers crashed twice, I was disconnected multiple times, and when the servers were up over the weekend the ping rate went from 18ms to 488ms! Ridiculous. I should have added in my earlier post that you should be sure to take your one day free trial on a weekend day when traffic is highest.
|lastjedi your ISP cannot if you are running a VPN, cannot stop you coming here. It sounds like a filter is your computer. If you are sure its not a filter have a chat to cyber ghost.|
|I have no problems downloading torrents w/hotspot shield|
|posted by (2016-03-27 00:09:56)|
|I want to make a simple payment with PP. Why should I give all the details, do not have credit card and I do not even want to fill. Outside an offline page I can not pay with pp if I wanted to. It takes me too long now, quite irritating.|
|@puntnl, if you want to stay anonymous while payment - choose Bitcoin payment method. No names or personal details needed.|
|posted by (2016-03-27 04:54:41)|
|hola great if you are streaming but will not hide your downloading|
I would recommend Ipinator VPN easy to use and for round about 40 usd a lifetime sucription no monthly or yearly payments just the one off payment
I have it myself had a few teething problems but now its great
|posted by (2016-03-27 05:01:36)|
|I find it interesting that the only thing in the entire list that TrustZone compares itself to are obscure secong and third rate services. Where's the majors? Where's PIA or the Private Internet Access comparison...Oh it isnt there and why is that? because the purpose of this post like most others is to sell TrustZone VPN and that cant happen if you compare it to the most respected VPN services like PIA! C'mon guys be fair don't slant the information in your favor.|
|bitcoin payment is pointless unless you're in north korea or china|
|@Vinyl, have you opened this list? There are 129 VPN providers to compare! You can compare TrustZone with PIA or other VPN providers. It's your choice!|
This list is not affiliated with Trust.Zone. It's developed by @ThatOnePrivacyGuy, well-known REDDIT modetator.
PIA is located in the US, so, PIA belongs to "Fourteen Eyes Countries" List. TrustZone is located in Seychelles
|posted by (2016-03-28 17:16:33)|
|Please can somebody recommend the best free VPN for the uk!!!!!|
|I use PIA but thoughtt about switching to trustzone. so I did the free trial but could not get it to connect. I disconnected from nPIA while I tried but still did not work. Does anyone have any suggestions or maybe PIA is blocking.|
|posted by (2016-03-29 05:36:08)|
|PIA isnt blocking you...and PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS PIA for short has a REAL 7 DAY Money Back Guarantee with none of that 1 GB in 10 days nonsense. You visit the TrustZone site and no matter where you are VPN or not they say your protection is poor. According to them any protection but theirs is poor...|
For all the comparisons i just think the whole 14 eyes thing is being used here in this case to increase user paranoia and manipulate people to gravitate towards a specific provider TrustZone, which in previous incarnations at ET administrators (member/staff at ET) has proved unreliable. If you use 1gb of data in 10 days forget your refund. One download on ET is 1gb in one minute.
When dealing with foreign countries like the one TrustZone is based in remember you have limited recourse in case you end up unhappy. Forget about refunds. forget about having your complaints taken seriously. Once you sign up your fooked, the free trial is nothing more that bait and completely different from actual use. BEWARE BUYER
|@jamie1983, you can't use two vpn at the same time. One of them may block another because they may use the same network adapter.|
Just reinstall one of them, it helps
|Netflix by TrustZone is OK for me!|
I contacted TrustZone support, they suggested to play with the servers (change from one to another) and change default port to 21 port or 22 port.
It helps! Thank you ExtraTorrent!
|posted by (2016-03-30 07:40:51)|
|@Howsie87, I was using TrustZone since Oct. Good for torreting, speed is ok for me.|
I looked at @ThatOnePrivacyGuy's VPN chart. Just compared PIA and TrustZone. Both are OK.
But PIA is in the US, it's curious! They operate according to the US laws.
TrustZone is in Seychelles - user friendly laws, sounds safer for me!
|posted by (2016-04-05 00:19:06)|
|@Avish. You are quite right but what you probably don't know is that nations outside of US jurisdiction mean they [LE] can use more unscrupulous procedures. In many ways people are more protected by using US companies as a warrant is required to investigate. Where as any Country outside the US is considered "fair game" and the US law enforcement will just hack the shit out of them/you for the information they require without ANY come back.|
At least if you use an American company a warrant is required at some point. Anywhere else... Not the case!
Think about this.
|posted by (2016-04-05 02:31:57)|
|The only worry I have with Trust.Zone is that it only offers about 20 servers. Many other sites offer hundreds or thousands of different servers. That means hundreds or thousands of different server addresses. I know the more server addresses a VPN company offers means the more they have to pay. But Trust.Zone has many customers. Surely they can afford to lease or purchase more than just 20 server addresses? I know how many server addresses they offer because I purchased Trust.Zone. The number of servers they allow me to choose from is my only worry when using Trust.Zone.|
Getting a refund is really not worth making a fuss about. The service only costs about $35 per year and you can pay by the month or 3 months or 6 months. It's just not worth all the time and effort to get a refund for $35. That price is really almost zero compared to the cost of the problems you can have by not using a VPN.
Overall, Trust.Zone has many good features (like a kill switch and it lets you use Bit/Torrent). Many VPNs do not have these important services. There is a good article published by TorrentFreak titled, "Which VPN Services Take Your Anonymity Seriously? 2016 Edition". I will not post the link because I don't know if this site allows people to post links. But you can just search for the title and you will find this article. It lists many questions and answers that compnanies have been asked and answered about what services their VPN offers. You should look at what the various companies have to say.
I would just ask you all this question. "Given that this site has provided many hours of quality service to us, why would you begrudge the people who run this site the opportunity to make some money selling Trust.Zone? AFAIC, they are most welcome to my $35 and God Bless them!
|I wish people would learn and educate themselves. just because a vpn is in the united states doesn't mean fourteen anything. pia. keeps zero logs and REFUSES ALL law enforcement requests. they just had big case where the FBI took pia to court. the FBI lost.there isn't any logs to give up. and they were taken to court because they refused all the FBI warrants.hundreds servers, great speed. NO speed limits,or data limits. trust zone uhhhh no. being in network security for 30+ years, 14 with cyber command ( retired ) i defiantly would not recommend trust zone.|
|posted by (2016-04-05 04:04:50)|
|Does "defiantly not recommending" something a stronger form of "definitely not recommending" it? If so, I think that might start a good trend. I like it!|
|posted by (2016-04-15 07:21:09)|
|TrustZone is shit|
|well said DAW,,,,,respect to u (:|
|StrongVPN is full of shit, it just block when i was in china, i know how i spend days at there.|
|VPN is great but your local IP can still be detected if you haven't disabled your WebRTC or if you have DNS leak, etc...|
Here are some links for how to disable your WebRTC
Use second link to check that your e-mail and IPv6 is not leaking
Also if your using firefox I suggest using "Random Agent Spoofer", "HTTPS everywhere" "Self-Destructing Cookies" and "ublock Origin"
Finally go into setting with the above addons and disable WebRTC
|posted by (2016-04-16 14:59:22)|
|VYPR VPN is one of the best in the world, with over 150 servers worldwide, one i use , best in australia and maybe the world|
|Thanks for the Sweet Info nevertellmetheodds! APPRECIATED|
|posted by (2016-04-17 16:30:48)|
|vpn is becoming need now|
|I use PrivateTunnel and NordVPN.|
|posted by (2016-04-19 19:12:10)|
|Does anyone know what are the drawbacks of using your own VPS (and your own VPN hosted on this VPS ?) , anonymity wise ?|
I mean yes, if some shady activity is detected on your server, your the only user, but is it not counterbalanced by the fact that your own small VPS and VPN is unlikely to be noticed / flagged (unless you try to hack the pentagon or something like that of course, but just for P2P, and avoid censorship etc..).
Because it's cheaper and more flexible to rent a VPS, on which you can host your own VPN, proxies, seedboxes, etc... (you can even configure your vpn to work on port 80, which is almost guaranteed to be always open even on the most restricted networks)
Currently I do just that - my next step would be to try to find a host that accepts bitcoins or some other crypto currency - but usually they are more expensive.
Anyone else just runs his own VPN, among other services, on his own VPS ?
|When you look at the whole speadsheet, they no longer have YES/NO labels on them, making it just about unreadable. The greens and reds can each mean either yes or no. Well done!|
|I have used in the past Spotflux and Hotspot, now I’m a user of Trus.Zone, both of the previous VPN’s block torrent downloading so they are not much use to you; but for me Trust Zone paid for provides me with around 26gb of uploading using Vuze per day, in the last 333 days I have uploaded 5.46 TB of torrents and downloaded only 1.39 TB.|
I have not experienced any of the problems the other posters have experienced so far in using Trust.Zone
Highly recommended good luck to you all and please share.
|posted by (2016-07-27 03:07:28)|
|seems no matter what you have everyone thinks it's crap and something else is better.|
I got PureVPN from Groupon $69 Lifetime, and I'm happy
|posted by (2016-07-27 09:25:36)|
|Thanks, all of this is very useful and informative; hopefully, ExtraTorrent, is taking the necessary steps to avoid any kind of major headache or mishaps themselves; ultimately, I don't think what the government is doing is going to work, anywhere in the world, there's just too much involved (people, users, companies, countries, etc, etc, you name it! ) They are way in over their heads and almost 3/4 of century behind, all this is going to is create more work for them and anybody else trying to stop it, and that WON'T happen, not in our lifetime, the only good thing about the government creating more work for itself is, it could create more jobs, LONG LIVE TORRRENTING, to hell with the government, EVERYWHERE!!! Torrent responsibly, use protection, get a VPN, IMMEDIATELY!!!|
|One concern to me is that TZ uses their own protocol within their client. No one actually knows which protocol that is and how secure it is. I stick to the regular OpenVPN - Client instead. That whole client of theirs looks a bit shady to me. Even more so as speeds are significantly slower with the client, because it seems to use TCP instead of UDP.|
To those with speed problems: Try the generic OpenVPN client, download the UDP - configs from the TZ homepage and connect. The downside is that you'll have to take care of DNS and IP Leaks yourself. You'll have to set up firewall rules in case VPN connection drops. For DNS you can use DNSJumper or a similar software.
|posted by (2016-07-27 16:42:04)|
|Although I'm with PIA, when you look at 'who' designed Trust.Zone, I would have to say that the data in the list above would keep you very safe from the "14 eyes countries". As for VPN speeds varying, I me personally being in Australia, a "14 eyes country", my download are fastest when America is awake.. and when America is sleeping, my VPN speeds drop. It appears that it is related to who is currently present and available. In the evening here at approximately 0800hrs, the Eastern seaboard of the USA is waking up and jumping on to their computers before work.. or on all day and I get their upload speeds at a higher rate. I am currently set to go through Melbourne, Australia. My PIA VPN is set at "UDP", Remote Port "auto", Local port "8080", BitTorrent is set at Port "8080", Global max connections "1000", Connected peers "250", Number of upload slots "5", Max upload speed set at "1kbps" only when grandson playing his PlayStation games so as not to slow his "PING" and gaming down.. other wise I just let upload speed rip. Just be aware that Upload speeds seem to affect your download a great deal. an example of this that I have found by researching and testing is: If GOOGLE DRIVE is to upload faster than 20 kbps, and DROPBOX faster than 30 kbps will drastically reduce your download speed. both those service can have "Unlimited" setting for download speed without affecting your torrent download speed. I hope this helps some.|
|posted by (2016-07-29 05:12:28)|
|i use torguard and use there server text list setup by using different server ips till im happy|
dl 10MB up 1.4 MB my max
remeber dont like this server try another one
|posted by (2016-07-29 14:36:03)|
|Trust.Zone VPN recommended in supports of the blog and ET.|
3 choices to go with and the ultimate best and nothing else can compares:
1. Trust.Zone VPN
|Seems you had an IP and/or DNS - Leak. Make sure you check on ipleak.net or dnsleaktest.com before torrenting stuff.|
And don't forget to bind your Torrent Client to your VPN IP.
|all the best torrent sites are shutting down one by one |
kickass, torrentz sites shut down, only extratorrent is left.
|posted by (2016-08-06 09:05:58)|
|Just read this excellent note and I was moved to advise there are many other darn good VPNs out there not on the list. I am currently using "Hide Me" not too well known by some it seems but one you get involved, you will soon see there are oodles.|
The helpdesk is amazingly fast and so far, all the help I have requested regarding security and of course speed have been top notch. Oh BTW, they do have test run available and servers all over the world. Not in the hundreds but so far enough and I am downloading up to 5 files at a time with reasonable speed. Good luck.
Oh and ps: I use FireFox fixed web leak and dns and am feeling pretty secure atm.
|The best VPN is OkayFreedom for me! It blocks p2p/torrents.|
I have a free premium key by promotion.
Free OkayFreedom VPN key https://www.okayfreedom.com/specials/pcformat0816/of
|I've been using Trust.Zone for some time now. I'm a Linux user, so I don't have the benefit of the kill switch everyone goes on about, but so far I've not been booted off once. Download speed averages about 2MB per second (bittorrent) with descent seeders. Any more speed than that, and you risk corruption. Granted, I live in the US where we have some descent servers.|
|Iuse Avast paid VPN. Have had no problems for 3 years. Slight bottlenack at odd times but damned good overall.|
|Trustzone is xcellent, tried 3 other "aces", absolutely NG.|
|I have been using hotspot shield chrome plugin that way only when I am torrenting and browsing other things I have a VPN enabled specifically enabled for that site only this way my downloading speed and network ping also doesn't get affected by the use of whole vpn, I am really happy with this function and strongly recommends hotspot shield.|
|thanks really helpful|
|posted by (2016-10-12 21:50:55)|
|Opera's new browser offers free VPN service. All you do is download the new browser, open it and configure the settings and choose which country you what the VPN to come from. And you have unlimited data usage. Has worked great for me so far.|
|Started with Trust Zone last year,just renewed a couple of months ago.My way of showing a little support to ETRG.|
Has worked great for my needs.Download rate is inmy opinion excellent,anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes in most cases.
|From Opera VPN Review from |
“Free VPN” is now an integrated feature of Opera’s stable desktop browsers. Despite its nomenclature, however, this feature is really a proxy service rather than a true VPN. A true VPN encrypts your entire internet connection, while Opera’s “Free VPN” only encrypts the data from your browser. Using this “VPN” does not protect your BitTorrent downloads or other internet activity outside the Opera browser.
|thank you for the info|
|posted by (2016-10-28 16:23:53)|
|I've been using proXPN for awhile now. SourceForge had a life time subscription to their service like a year or so ago and the service is pretty decent.|
|I use PIA because they allow to UPLOAD my torrents, can't find if Trust.Zone allows that too|
|I used to use IPVanish but changed to PureVPN and are highly satisfied. I will say that PureVPN have almost no effect on my bandwidth and sometimes even is better.|
|Hello Admin, Why the hell every time i have to login after every 10-20 seconds........can't u keep user logged in for 10minutes in session...........who the hell is the developer of site|
PS: i have to loggin 2 times to write this comment.........i m very sick of it
|No ExpressVPN? I read nothing but good things about them before getting it. I've been using it for almost a year now with no complaints. Plenty of speed and easy to use.|
|posted by (2016-10-29 02:16:57)|
|Didn't know about 14 eyes...thanks for that.|
|posted by (2016-10-29 04:37:26)|
|What to do about illegal surveillance and invasion of privacy? It's not gonna be pretty!|
|If you choose TrustZone read the fine print and look for loop holes likes they say 100% refund in 8 days or 1 gb. I use PIA and they make no such limit, they also provide excellent online support via live chat and accept payment via paypal. Private Internet Access is for me and my needs the best VPN and i have had no troubles in 5 years|
|I use PIA and it has done fine for me. I use the US servers, the UKservers, Netherlands, I test them all and have had no problems with speed except when using the servers in Israel. The speeds I got from Tel Aviv sucked. And one other thing to mention, if you want the best and most thourough test on how well your VPN is hiding you I suggest using . Select Activate Torrent Tests before starting the test, click on both magnet links quickly. Then after your torrent client opens and you download the links start the test. Best site I have found to really tell you everything about your location.|
|sorry supposed to be doileak|
|posted by (2016-10-29 11:48:16)|
|VPN only work on a browser and does not work when using a torrent client like utorrent . So unless your streaming your movies or music or whatever it's totaly useless.|
That's true ONLY when you use those VPN browser plugins..
If you have a proper VPN connection like Trust.Zone offers for example then ALL your internet data will go via your VPN no matter what application you use.
|VPN only work on a browser and does not work when using a torrent client like utorrent . So unless your streaming your movies or music or whatever it's totaly useless.|
wow where did you come up with that nonsense. vpn works on your isp period,thus why people use them to hide locations,whats being downloaded in torrent apps and blocks how much bandwidth you use.
|posted by (2016-10-30 19:44:35)|
|BTGuard works great, never had a problem.|
|Thanks for ALL the info,dont listen to those who cant read and see this info DOES NOT COME FROM THIS SITE...Once again thanks for the work.|
|With the America’s National Security Agency, UK’s Government Communications Headquarters, India’s Central Monitoring System and China’s Great Firewall dedicated to spying on every individual (and individual activity) on cyber space, online privacy and anonymity is impossible without VPN encryption.|
However, not every VPN in the industry provides the kind of top notch encryption that is necessary to beat these cyber spying giants and their merciless spying activities.So one thing you NEED to keep in mind is .... Encryption depends on the VPN protocol, not the VPN service provider.I can not stress this fact enough So you want a VPN service provider that offers as many encryption methods as possible. Im not going to recommend one VPN over another I dont get paid to do your home work before signing up to any
|posted by (2016-11-23 07:32:28)|
|I see they have a Black Friday Special. Two years - Price: $63.99 ( 24 x price per month $2.66 ); this is a good price for the service.|
Since I started using a VPN I am no longer putting my ISP on the spot with DMCa notices...and they really appreciate that. Hide your location, keep your isp happy and have access to the world.
|a torrent application with built in encryption like deluge and SOCKS5 (USING FIREWALL TO PREVENT LEAKS) has stopped all isp notices for me. lol and i use free SOCKS5 proxies. you guy don't pay for downloading but pay to be hidden? suckers! learn to use the internets.|
|I have been using IPVANISH for about 6 months now....connects well,doesn't bog down my speed and now has a kill switch....SWEEEEEEET|
|once again utter crap, 1. suddenly extra bans pia servers interesting. 2. this 14 eyes nonsense. yes Pia is a U.S. company thus No records are kept and time and time again pia denies all law enforcement requests and warrant records requests, even going to court recently explaining NO RECORDS,NO LOGS KEPT pia won as usual. so this nonsense that since a vpn is in the big bad united states it cant be used.Ive used it for years and had the govt ask for my records not once but twice both times was denied told no logs or records and that was with govt warrants.|
so please take this so called extra lists and throw them in the trash, do your own research and educate yourselves.
|Hey I have been using ivacy VPN for a while now and have no complaints! Used to be on Toto VPN but had so much trouble with cloudflare I just gave up! Their service sux big time and you have very few options. Ivacy has a really big base of servers and their prices are good. I run openvpn on 2 raspberry Pi 3's and they never let me down|
|posted by (2017-01-17 21:08:07)|
|I dont get it, why waste money on a vpn it's not as though they go after individuals anymore its the sites that get taken down now. I have been interwebbing for 15 years now have always downloaded whether it was with usenext, bareshare, ET ect. I have never had a letter. Maybe i am just ignorant the sort of person that doesn't worry about things until they happen and even then it's all material so still don't bother me.|
|posted by (2017-01-17 22:08:27)|
|LOVE my Trust Zone!|
|posted by (2017-01-18 05:08:31)|
|Vypr VPN (free through giganews subscription is the best) has over 68 servers worldwide, for australians its great as there is a server in sydney, just select fastest server and bang you can access everything)|
|posted by (2017-01-18 09:03:49)|
|where is PIA?|
|I use Torguard VPN but when opening any Torrent Site, I get an error loading page.|
Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong? I feel like such a noob.
|I use NordVPN. They have good prices and great customer service. Their servers are pretty much everywhere. Have been using NordVPN for close to 3 years now and have not had any problems at all. Plus they have updates to their program on a regular basis.|
|trust zone or cyberghost|
|3 - it doesn't matter whether your VPN -connects- to those 14-eyes countries, it only matters that the VPN isn't based in one of them.|
|pffft save your money and your time and learn how to use a damn IPFILTER.DAT file you Noobs|
|posted by (2017-01-21 12:43:54)|
|CACTUSVPN is the best vpn among them all , you didn't mention it but it give 5-10 mbps speed on torrent with my 10 mbps connection .|
|I use Avast Secure Line VPN and have for a number of years. It is a paid for service but it has served me well with no problems. About £45 a year but well worth it. Give it a try, they do have a trial period.|
|posted by (2017-01-22 01:27:55)|
|express vpn by far is the best|
|betternet was working great for me and free|
|I Know it's based in Canada, but Windscribe VPN has served me well for the last couple months. Has anyone else had any experience with this service, Good or Bad?||
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