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dntsdad

Central California
Joined
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47
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1,197
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Central California
expressvpn

I use it for most everything now. They even have an app for my Firestick to get around MLB blackout bullshit.
 

Poriggity

Ketchup Dog
Joined
May 19, 2020
Member Number
45
Messages
707
Location
Bates City, Mo
I dont use a VPN. I have thought about it though. Ill have to check out some options. Looks like vpnexpress is aboit $100 per year...
 

3nuts*

Wildly Uninteresting
Joined
May 30, 2020
Member Number
1673
Messages
121
I use the one that comes bundled wit me password manager

so two birds with one stone type thing


not telling you which service, or which email addy


:flipoff2:

If anyone one else is using a password manager and thinking about a vpn service, check if yours offers it, because then it's a free add on
 
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mdan

Member
Joined
May 20, 2020
Member Number
560
Messages
7
I've been using IPVanish for a couple of years. Overall it works well, but every once in a while I notice a slowdown in speed that goes away as soon as I disconnect. There are some websites have flagged vpn servers as suspicious, meaning to reach my banks website, and some others, I have to disconnect. Twice now I have had businesses call to confirm my order because they saw the IP address of the server was in a different state than my shipping/billing address. BTW IPVanish will run some pretty good sales from time to time. I got in on a 45/year deal that they are still honoring three years later
 

scooter2374

walk home clown
Joined
May 19, 2020
Member Number
217
Messages
1,902
Location
Red Bank, NJ
I've been using IPVanish for a couple of years. Overall it works well, but every once in a while I notice a slowdown in speed that goes away as soon as I disconnect. There are some websites have flagged vpn servers as suspicious, meaning to reach my banks website, and some others, I have to disconnect. Twice now I have had businesses call to confirm my order because they saw the IP address of the server was in a different state than my shipping/billing address. BTW IPVanish will run some pretty good sales from time to time. I got in on a 45/year deal that they are still honoring three years later

Same thing here, I have a couple sites that I have to turn it off to use. Oh and Netlix, Amazon video and Hulu don't like it either.
 

Scott Cee aka 2drx4

VerticalScope Sucks
Joined
Jun 13, 2020
Member Number
1991
Messages
588
Location
The middle of BC, Canada
I use the one that comes bundled wit me password manager

so two birds with one stone type thing


not telling you which service, or which email addy


:flipoff2:

If anyone one else is using a password manager and thinking about a vpn service, check if yours offers it, because then it's a free add on

You're putting all your kangaroo eggs in one pouch by bundling things though. NordVPN (I think...) had a pretty serious data breach, it seems to me it would be worse if they had your browsing history AND the passwords to go with it.
 

Motorcharge

Unregistered User
Joined
May 19, 2020
Member Number
40
Messages
1,202
Location
Virginia
Been using Nord for a couple years. I don't keep it on 24/7 since it's pretty damn slow compared to gigabit without it. But, it's turned on any time I torrent, any kind of financial transactions, ect. Keep it on pretty much always on my phone though.
 

3nuts*

Wildly Uninteresting
Joined
May 30, 2020
Member Number
1673
Messages
121
You're putting all your kangaroo eggs in one pouch by bundling things though. NordVPN (I think...) had a pretty serious data breach, it seems to me it would be worse if they had your browsing history AND the passwords to go with it.

One method is to create and store all your 600 passwords with an online manager, then copy paste the password into the entry field of the website you want to enter, but shift one character up or something. So the actual stored password isn't the real one.
 
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