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What is your favorite VPN? Since I current work outside of the United States, a VPN is my lifeline to country restricted media and sites (Pandora and Skype, for example).

I use ExpressVPN, which works with OS X and Windows. Unlimited bandwidth, all for $13 a month. I've heard of HotSpotShields, but it was blocked where I am.

Which do you prefer?

asked Aug 31 '10 at 05:35

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I mainly use > Cisco Systems VPN Client enables computers to connect to a virtual private network. The client makes remote resources of another network available in a secure way as if the user was connected directly to that "private" network.

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answered Aug 31 '10 at 11:00

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edited Aug 31 '10 at 11:18

But, who is the client you use? I use ExpressVPN as my client. That seems to me as merely the software you use to connect to your client of choice. ExpressVPN gives you a client that work on both Windows and Mac.

I've also used Tor and Vidalia, but that's more of an open-source, peer-to-peer proxy--and far less secure than a paid, encrypted VPN.

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