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IS YOUR CONNECTION SECURE? ARE YOU BEING WATCHED?

Do you want to prevent your ISP throttling your connection speed?
Do you want to protect your connection from hackers and data sniffers?
Do you want to bypass website restrictions?
Are you looking to protect your privacy online?

Then you need a Personal VPN!

Why do people use a Personal VPN Service?

1. To unblock websites such as Facebook, Youtube and Twitter in China, UAE and more. Many governments like to prevent users from enjoying the
    Internet, use a personal VPN service to unblock such websites, including adult and poker websites.
2. For security when accessing Wireless Hotspots such as public WiFi connections. Many people use public WiFi at cafes, hotels and libraries to access the internet, it is NOT secure! Hackers or even the WiFi owner can easily access your information as the data is not encrypted.
3. To unblock VOIP Applications such as Skype. In some countries such as the UAE, VOIP services are blocked and you can't use them unless you use a VPN.
4. To bypass geographical blocks from certain websites. For example, Hulu.com is only available to people located in the US, if you are located outside the US then you need to use a VPN service in order to watch their videos.
5. For full anonymity when browsing the internet, checking emails and downloading files. Not even your ISP will know what your doing!
6. To use and download torrents anonymously.

 
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  StrongVPN

  StrongVPN is perhaps the biggest name in this business and they
  have a great reputation. You just need one account, which gives
  you access to over 5683 IP's on 140 servers in 15 countries around
  the world. 

         OpenVPN: Yes
         SSTP VPN:
Yes
         P2P/Torrents:
Yes
         Traffic:
Unlimited
         Price:
$7.00 /month or
                  $4.58 /month if you
                  buy 1 year
More Info
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  ExpressVPN

  ExpressVPN offers its customers OpenVPN (SSL VPN) by default
  as it provides both high security and privacy. You don't need to do
  any setup, just install their customized OpenVPN application and
  connect to the server and your all set to go.

         OpenVPN: Yes
         SSTP VPN:
No
         P2P/Torrents:
Yes
         Traffic:
Unlimited
         Price:
$12.95 /month or
                  $8.33 /month if you
                  buy 1 year
More Info
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  VyprVPN

  VyperVPN offers PPTP VPN and SSL VPN (OpenVPN) service ,
  their servers are currently located in Los Angeles, Washington DC,
  Hong Kong & Amsterdam. Their Network presence is global and
  expanding. They have recently released a new VPN service for the
  iPhone.

         OpenVPN: Yes
         SSTP VPN:
No
         P2P/Torrents:
Yes
         Traffic:
Unlimited
         Price:
$14.99 /month
More Info
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  Astrill

  Astrill provides a professional, fast and secure VPN service that can
  unblock websites in certain countries like China and the UAE. It also
  protects your privacy online and makes you anonymous while your
  surfing the net.

         OpenVPN: Yes
         SSTP VPN:
No
         P2P/Torrents:
No
         Traffic:
Unlimited
         Price:
$9.98 /month or
                  $5.83 /month if you
                  buy 1 year
More Info

 

Types of VPN:

PPTP VPN

Most VPN providers use the PPTP protocol to implement their VPN service, as it is supported by Microsoft's Dial-up Networking, as a result you don't need any client software, you can just use the Microsoft Windows dialer to setup and you are good to go. You can also use PPTP VPN on your mobile device such as the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Windows Mobile and Android mobile phones.

OpenVPN
OpenVPN is a SSL/TLS based VPN, it provides high security and privacy. The biggest difference between PPTP VPN and OpenVPN is thatyou need install the OpenVPN client software to use OpenVPN service. Also OpenVPN does NOT work on mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Windows Mobile and Android mobile phones.

SSTP VPN
SSTP is Microsoft's own SSL VPN protocol. It encapsulates PPP packets over an HTTPS session, which means it is diffcult to block SSTP as it's like visiting a https website. Some goverments like the UAE, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar block regular VPN protocols like PPTP, using a SSTP VPN can get around suck blocks. Only Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7 support SSTP VPN. SSTP does NOT work on other operating systems.
 
 
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