PureVPN - World's Fastest VPN Service
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(2018-01-10, 7:21:02 pm)Fiona000 Wrote: i prefer to use paid vpn like expressvpn or PIA, free ones can be dangerous
Free ones can be totally dumb too if one doesn't know how they operate.   One has to be careful when one posts at Forums or does business dealings with an iffy VPN as it could tarnish one's record and the Mods or owners may immediately get suspicious to one's detriment - like declining a hosting application.  Your savvy Forum owners and hosts have a total aversion to VPN as they know how it can be used to their detriment by mischief makers.  So it's better to either get a good one (not all paid ones are good however so one needs to do one's research first).

I'm happy with my paid VPN service - PureVPN.  It's not perfect admin wise, but I've been using it for five years and it works OK for me.  I don't need a VPN to hide as such.  I need it to deal with latest Websites like PayPal who are regional - so if I travel from one country to another PayPal blocks my account.  With PureVPN I'm able to simulate a different country and city IP that is in sync with the one that I signed my PayPal account with.  If one thinks about it, the positive is extra security for my PayPal Account in that someone from the country I'm in when I'm traveling will be automatically blocked if they should try to get into my account.  PayPal only allows me to access or use my account from one country and one city.  I also use PureVPN to access YouTube shows that country-block my ISP.
#12
The best VPN hides your real IP address that means each VPN service holds different amounts of server locations in different countries. Having subscribed to the best VPN, you can change your virtual location by selecting any of the listed servers.I recommend nova VPN service. It's the most reliable.
#13
(2018-01-12, 8:23:24 pm)Fiona000 Wrote: The best VPN hides your real IP address that means each VPN service holds different amounts of server locations in different countries. Having subscribed to the best VPN, you can change your virtual location by selecting any of the listed servers.I recommend nova VPN service. It's the most reliable.

ExpressVPN, NordVPN and any other are working fine too! They are hide your real IP as well, Nova is just as others that they are a paid service so there is no best VPN provider on the world. It's just the best which is just for you.
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@F7N I’ve used PureVPN before, but I still prefer running the VPN myself (privacy, etc.).

Plus, a cheap VPS willl do the same for half of the cost =)
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(2018-01-13, 1:57:03 pm)doghouch Wrote: @F7N I’ve used PureVPN before, but I still prefer running the VPN myself (privacy, etc.).

Plus, a cheap VPS willl do the same for half of the cost =)

I paid 49.95 US$ for a two-year subscription in September - that's about 2 US$ a month.  I'd think it would be very difficult to beat the standard of this VPN service with its variety of locations and IPs with a cheap VPS.  Gigarocket doesn't allow VPN services on its VPSs for common sense security reasons, so for me that says one would have to be an expert (like you are I'm sure) to be able to run the VPN yourself securely - otherwise you'd put the VPS and server at risk.  I'm quite happy with the PureVPN service as it's effortless.   I have a nice Dashboard that gives me countries and cities from all over the world and it's dead easy to turn it on and off - PureVPN has perfected the software for setting it up.  It couldn't get any easier than that.
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(2018-01-14, 12:39:52 pm)deanhills Wrote: I paid 49.95 US$ for a two-year subscription in September - that's about 2 US$ a month.  I'd think it would be very difficult to beat the standard of this VPN service with its variety of locations and IPs with a cheap VPS.  Gigarocket doesn't allow VPN services on its VPSs for common sense security reasons, so for me that says one would have to be an expert (like you are I'm sure) to be able to run the VPN yourself securely - otherwise you'd put the VPS and server at risk.  I'm quite happy with the PureVPN service as it's effortless.   I have a nice Dashboard that gives me countries and cities from all over the world and it's dead easy to turn it on and off - PureVPN has perfected the software for setting it up.  It couldn't get any easier than that.

I've used PureVPN last year, but since my subscriptions has been ended is it come for me to find a other one because many times was the server connection lost and I missed tons of information that I getting from Email because I doing alot of search work for VPN. To be honest is PureVPN great at all, so long you use your device is there no issue at all. I've used PureVPN for my iPhone, iPad and Macbook and iMac but on the macbook/iMac was it working perfect but on the iPhone and iPad was the connection relative broken or just shutting down and since I moving to NordVPN I do not having this issue because NordVPN have a function that called "Kill Switch Server Moving" So once the connection dropt with a server then I getting automaticly reconnected to a other server in the country which I've selected. But there is no best VPN provider at all. It is just the once which is the best for you.
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#17
@deanhills I do agree that it is convenient, but still, I prefer having complete control over my traffic. Plus, using PureVPN doesn't allow me to use my own IP space.
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#18
Oh god. I just remembered that this guys have spammed my @freevps.us inbox over a few months (until I told them to stop contacting me) to be advertised here because they've seen a topic where other VPN services were mentioned opened by @F7N.

I got mails like this one from different names:
Quote:Hello,

I hope you’re doing well, I’m Anas Ahmed a representative of PureVPN. I’m writing you this email with a scalability proposal.

I understand the time and effort it takes to establish something from scratch, but what's the point if you can’t leverage its full potential or seek benefits that are equal to the efforts you’ve invested.

VPN Industry would be worth $155.6 billion by 2019 and our brand is one of the Top Players in this sector.

Have a look at one of our partners success story with PureVPN.

We would love to have you onboard as our partner.

Looking forward to hear from you.

Regards,

Anas Ahmed

PureVPN

There were also other mails that I deleted in which I was asked to post about PureVPN here.

At this time I already was retired. So...
#19
PureVPN is a great VPN provider. I used it before, would just create accounts with the NoScript 3 day trial thing and use it only when I need to access a VPN connection for something (mostly was for using stuff from Mainland China, since stuff is geo blocked). No longer works for some reason, so I'm a bit sad, but it was a good provider!
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