NordVPN is decently priced, I think it has a fair quality/price ratio. They also have about 5000 servers which is good for gaming, P2P servers for torrenting. Heard that Express and GooseVPN are quite good too, especially for torrenting
PCMag has a great list that helped me out when choosing a VPN Nord has P2P servers, I've also heard that GooseVPN is also quite good for torrenting
I think VPN is a must if you value your privacy, especially nowadays. It is not really 'big scary Internet' as such, but more and more ISPs and various corporations are collecting and selling your data to marketers and such. Furthermore, if you value your security at public places you should also use a VPN, at least IMHO. Many public wi-fi spots have older encryption protocols like WEP which is easily hackable. So it is up for you to decide if you want to be easily accessible to corporations and such.
My setup is Chrome without any google addons, Privacy Badger, HTTPS everywhere, Surfshark VPN extension and uBlock. Also don't use Google, use something like Duck Duck Go as search engine, protonmail for e-mails and various other bits and bobs.
P.S. Don't use free VPNs. They will most likely collect your data, gotta make that cash somehow; better to stick with paid ones IMO. Other honourable mentions are NordVPN, Mullvad and GooseVPN.
man, no one can recommend you a vpn with those requirements with a good conscious. I looked at yemen relationships and based on short research I don't think most european nordic providers would be willing to share anything with yemen. For your case I think something like these would be decent choices: CyberGhost, Mullvad, NordVPN, GooseVPN, , maybe BlackVPN too.
Could be wrong though, so best do your own research, as everyones information is limited to what is publicly visible.
They advertise it like it’s a monthly cost, but in reality you have to pay $107.55 upfront. I’d be very wary of any company that expects you to pay 3 years upfront, especially one that has been pushing advertisements as hard as NordVPN has.
GooseVPN has a $5.19/mo plan with no annual upfront cost
If you prefer a better known brand and don’t mind paying annually, cyberghost is doing $63/yr.
StrongVPN is doing $52.49/yr.
IPVanish is $58.49/yr.
In any case, don’t let something as pedestrian as a VPN service try to take $100+ from you in a single transaction. It’s a saturated market, and consumers deserve better then to be bated into a Verizon Wireless style pricing scheme.
Ik heb de website Stacksocial uit het forum, daar weten ze doorgaans wel waar ze het over hebben.
Je krijgt na betaling een soort coupon/link om je GooseVPN account te activeren, wat volgens mij een NL bedrijf is met goede reviews.
Tot nu toe werkt het, in het account staat Unlimited data en Lifetime aangegeven... geen reden om aan te nemen dat het niet goed gaat :-)
Ik heb GooseVPN via Stacksocial (nog 2 dagen) - $36 voor unlimited data en lifetime subscription.
Heb hiervoor een andere VPN gehad (Private Internet Access, PIA) maar kreeg daar slechte resultaten met P2P en streaming services.
GooseVPN lijkt in ieder geval Netflix te kunnen verwerken. P2P nog weinig mee getest.
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I asked a similar question a while ago but I was asking about VPN, I think you should use one for this occasion as well. NordVPN and GooseVPN were recommended to me, I also looked up Avira but it checked out because of the price. Went with Nord because the price was quite low (I wanted to get a cheap one) and it had additional features that were a plus for me
GooseVPN has a free trial for a month and it works really well with it's apps on most platforms and also OPENPVPN protocol. It's unfortunately hosted in one of 14 eyes states, so the authorities may get hold of your activity if they feel the need to, but this most certainly won't happen only because you are filesharing.
For some more security take a look at NordVPN and ProtonVPN. NordVPN is hosted somewhere in Panama and ProtonVPN is reliably hosted in Switzerland by the makers ProtonMail (encrypted email account), so they also know what they are doing.
The IP addresses are marked in some databases. So often only new VPN provided servers do work with Netflix. Also, if they see a lot of traffic coming from on IP address - it gets banned. This is where I got an idea of using non-popular VPN providers like SurfShark. Just make sure the VPN you choose is capeable of unlocking Netflix. Those are often not in the radar, so there would be no issues like you have mentioned.
I just tried it with GooseVPN. Looked good for a minute or two after I finally got into a raid (I got stuck at "awaiting server response" and "awaiting session start" twice in a row before I could get in). Then: packets in: 0. VPN changed diddly jack for me. And yes, I checked if the VPN works properly. It does.
The VPN tip has been given on the official forums, and just like for the people with our specific issue who tried it there, it doesn't work for me either.