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  • identicon
    Gecko, 26 May 2017 @ 11:09pm

    Not a bad app, linux support could be better

    -I can get the older version of the app 2.8 working on my Mint desktop, but the new version 4.1 will not load at all. So I get constant bugging popups telling me how great it is to update, but the update does not work.

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      Lawrence D’Oliveiro, 27 May 2017 @ 6:34pm

      Re: Not a bad app, linux support could be better

      Why do you need a special app to connect to a VPN under Linux? VPN support is a standard part of the network stack.

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    GristleMissile (profile), 28 May 2017 @ 4:18am

    Hmmm, VPN Unlimited... Let's check thatoneprivacysite.net, the site which the EFF recommends.

    They're located in a five eyes country.. that's bad

    They log timestamps... this is unacceptable.

    They log bandwidth... not cool, Brosephina.

    They log IP addresses... Do these chunderchewers even grok the point of a VPN?!

    They block some P2P ports... Ahahahaha, how much more useless can a VPN get?

    Check for yourselves, https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/

    The only people I'd recommend this sad excuse for a VPN to would be Kim Jong Un so the NSA can spy on him a bit easier than with no VPN.

    Mike, I'm sad you allow this ad on your site. I know curating ads takes time and effort, but allowing this one is doing a disservice to readers that don't know enough to assess a VPN for themselves.

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    Lawrence D’Oliveiro, 28 May 2017 @ 1:09pm

    Roll-Your-Own

    Here are some instructions for implementing your own VPN on top of the service offered by a cloud hosting provider.

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  • identicon
    Gulu, 6 Jun 2017 @ 3:22am

    When Offer Will Be Expire?

    I think It's cheap & reliable vpn provider with affordable budget.but does VPN unlimited keep any logs? another one is when the vpn unlimited offer will be expire?

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