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  1. VPN services are often advertised as tools to get uncensored access to the Internet, but this is not always the case. Ironically, many VPN providers ban BitTorrent traffic on U.S. and U.K. servers over piracy concerns. BitTorrent is a great technology to share large files with a massive audience, but it’s also one of the least private tools for communicating on the Internet. It therefore makes sense for frequent BitTorrent users to use anonymity services such as VPNs and proxies. But those who sign up with a VPN should take a good look at the fine print, as not all VPN providers allow BitTor
  2. WiFi HotSpot VPN - Protecting your internet surfing experience. Protect yourself from hackers on public wifi hotspots. Surf anonymously. Bypass country restrictions. All you need - is to register on the site! Wi-Fi HotSpot VPN secures your internet connection by establishing an encrypted VPN (Virtual Private Network) tunnel between your computer and our servers. Every web request you make is done first by our servers on our public IP addresses, thus also hiding your IP address information, then encrypted and sent back to your browser - blocking any attempts from hackers to intercept your inf
  3. NexusG

    Need of Best VPN's

    Anyone suggest me a Good Vpn (Free / Pirated ) which suits my Requirements As follows 1.Free / Pirated 2.Unlimited Speed / Bandwidth / Traffic 3.No Logs (Anonymity) 4.Support for Downloading & Torrenting My ISP : Tikona Digital Networks (TDN) My Server Location : Chennai India Any Suggestions :rolleyes:
  4. Hulu, the largest public movie and TV streaming service in the United States, began blocking VPN users this week. The move is an attempt to prevent "pirates" from overseas from accessing videos without permission, but it is also blocking many legitimate users from surfing the Internet securely. Free and legal streaming services such as Hulu have been proven to slow down piracy rates in the United States. At the same time, however, they also created a new problem. With a relatively cheap VPN subscription, people from all over the world can connect to the site via a U.S.-based IP-address and
  5. Changelog 5.0.13.13: Apr 25th 2014, 12:40pm - Changing the language during an active connection will no longer ask for a connection restart - Opening the settings during an active connection will no longer ask for a connection restart - Copy & paste within textfields is now allowed - Fixed some rarely displayed certificate warnings - The size of the main window is now correctly stored, even when CyberGhost is quitted while the main window is minimized Website: http://www.cyberghostvpn.com/en_us Beta Area: https://community.cyberghostvpn.com/index.php/Board/172-Windows-Beta/ D/L: http://ww
  6. Read about five most popular and chosen by community as the most secure/trusted VPN Service Providers: Private Internet AccessTorGuardIPVanishDIYCyberGhostThere is a vote as well in order to determine the winner. Source
  7. Millions of BitTorrent downloaders use proxies or VPN services to protect their privacy. These tools offer anonymity by replacing one's residential IP-address with that of the privacy service. But do they really work? Luckily, there's now an open source tool people can use to test their setup. Every day dozens of millions of people share files using BitTorrent, willingly exposing their IP-addresses to the rest of the world. For those who value their privacy this is a problem, so many sign up with a VPN provider or torrent proxy service. This is fine, but some people then forget to check whe
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