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Whats the best VPN paid service I could by to date? One that would encrypt my traffic etc, all the good stuff that protects me from the bad guys. :) Please recommend and give links! Thanks.

asked May 07 '11 at 06:13

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I have tried some of the best paid vpn services and found HMA a good and reliable one if you will compare it through various aspects. Its available in just $11.52 with more than 6000+IP's and i have never face any such issues with their services. I have tried Pure VPN as well. Their services are also good and reliable and much cheaper than HMA. Pure VPN offers Paid VPN Service starting from $9.95/month. In addition with that they also offers 3 days Trial which is in $2.5. A part from that i must quote IAPS here also because IAPS is among the best vpn provider in the industry. Despite its a bit expensive than any other but it do entertain users with fast speed and utmost security features.


answered Oct 22 '11 at 05:33

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answered May 07 '11 at 12:12

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to be honest NONE!!!! lets me restate that NONE!!!

they are there to get you, who do you trust with your data? yourself.

just because you have a VPN does not mean your internet is secure. The point of a VPN is take the public unsecured internet and runs your private data over it to another location within your VPN (or branch office).

It VPN does NOT and repeat does NOT make your internet secure. There are companies the claim this, but here's the sticky. You make a secure connection to them, your traffic is secure too and from their VPN server (we hope). Then if they offer a internet proxy outbound, well that data isnt secure from their server to the website, bank, server etc its like regular internet.

Back up a bit and explain to me what you think a VPN is compared to unencrypted networking ? From your question I think you assume getting a VPN gets you internet as well, it doesnt. Its to secure your connection from one remote system in your VPN to another remote system inside your VPN.

answered Jun 20 '11 at 19:08

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I use StrongVPN right now, they are pretty good and work for me.

answered Jan 29 '12 at 13:24

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Liam Quade

My office uses http://www.ect-virtualpbx.com/Fixed_Mobile_Convergence.html and I am pretty happy with it.

answered Nov 28 '12 at 07:59

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I use Unblock VPN. Different servers for cheap price. I could use them in iOS device too!

answered Dec 18 '12 at 13:06

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I am in china where facebook/twitter/youtube blocked, i tried several other VPNs before come to Strong VPN, i am very satisfied with strongvpn and Hidemyass, I am on travelling with in china, so i might use different ISPs, i was just hesitate to order because of some VPNs can not bypass some ISPs But StrongVPN and Hidemyass VPN is performing very well in all ISP i have tested in china

answered May 02 '13 at 08:52

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This was recommended on the podcast security now, i tried the 1 week free trial and it is pretty nice

it is called ProXPN and it runs about 8 bucks a month... but you can find coupon codes...

answered May 02 '13 at 12:39

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