I already did, but I thought I'd ask here, because of the fact that I live in Sweden and it might have something to do with that.
They already recommended services like PrivateVPN to me, but as said, it didn't work.
I'm pretty sure there's a lack of knowledge about cybersecurity and data leaks, data selling and etc. I agree that using a quality VPN (like NordVPN, ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN or similar) would solve quite a lot of problems. And yes, I agree that most people don't even understand how they're selling out their data
To clarify - You want a VPN that keeps no logs, not necessarily a US one. A good VPN will guarantee no logs but in order to d/l with safety you'll need to be using an address from a non-US range, e.g. Sweden is a good example with the VPN I use. PrivateVPN has ip's from all over the world. Their Swedish IPs guarantee no logs so I use this one for downloading. If I want to watch Netflix or Hulu then I use their US range of addresses which, by law, they are required to maintain logs. They tell you this when you sign up and make sure you know not to us US IPs for downloading.
To the OP - to answer your question - your ISP can't do shit to you. Toss the letter in the garbage and get a VPN.
Like it was said - proxy only changes your IP, it does NOT encrypt your traffic unlike a VPN. Also, if you're using a torrent client and have a proxy/vpn extension on your browser - it will not help, it has to cover your system, an extension only covers your browser.
Get a trusted VPN that allows torrenting like NordVPN, PrivateVPN, Express or similar, you can check that one privacy guy or Torrentfreak's anonymous VPN list
It's true in the US even. I recently made a trip to China so I figured what the hell try a couple VPNs. PrivateVPN worked, sort of, but was slow. ExpressVPN was fast so I figured I'd try it at home why not. Connects right to the backbone and somehow I'm getting faster speeds. My brother tried it at his place and had more of a notable gain. From 54/3.2 to 74/10.2. I'm blaming net neutrality bullshit.
Try out PrivateVPN. Here is their list of available servers that work with Netflix: I am using this with a bunch a friends for over a year now. Works great!
Edit: They have an app for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and the Fire TV
If you don't want a lawsuit - get a paid VPN, better be safe than sorry tbh, especially when downloading torrents as such. Torrentfreak has a nice article about good VPN services that you can read about. I personally use NordVPN, but Express, VPNArea, PrivateVPN are good too for that kind of thing. You can also use it not only for torrenting but privacy in general, a VPN is quite handy
"Shielding your I.P. address is possible by connecting to what is called a virtual private network, or V.P.N., such as those offered by WiTopia, PrivateVPN and StrongVPN."
All those 3 VPN providers log data. Be careful.
SurfShark is a great option. One thing torrenters want to consider is optimization of bandwidth for P2P traffic. Some VPNs will actually hardcore limit P2P traffic, making torrenting much slower than it should be.
I use PrivateVPN which optimizes, but SurfShark does too. Both providers provide servers that can access Netflix I believe.
Yep, I see your problem. You tried two VPNs that don't work at all. A few do work to bypass Netflix. Windscribe, NordVPN, ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN, Surfshark. Psiphon doesn't have the resources needed to effectively bypass the constant blocking Netflix uses, and Avast doesn't make Netflix bypassing a part of their VPN service.
What you can try is use a VPN (NordVPN, PrivateVPN,pretty much any that has servers in the US will do), connect to the States and check whether there is a burner card or gift card that you can use on Sony's website. have you checked other possible sources, not only Sony's website?
I wouldn't suggest using a free VPN, maybe I'm too paranoid, but I don't understand how this kind of business model can work. From where do they get the income? Anyway, there's a bunch of quality products that don't cost that much, like NordVPN (that's what I use), Safer or PrivateVPN, just pick the one that seems best for you.
Here are the top eight VPNs that unblocked Netflix in the most countries:
Air VPN: 15 (desktop browser only)
Mullvad: 13 (desktop browser only)
I recently purchased a vpn on a 7 day free trial for accessing Netflix in other regions and it’s has worked perfectly. It’s called PrivateVPN. I have also got a year subscription from them. It’s great for Netflix.
Free VPNs can be much costlier than you think, as they leak your traffic, share your data around the web, etc. Paid brands are far more reliable.
I personally use TorGuard and PrivateVPN. You can see a comparison of some of the best options if you Google "VPN tier list," because you will see a couple of sites that actually rank VPNs according to their reputation, price, apps, supports, and other traits. Here is an example. Good luck!
I use PrivateVPN. $72 for 3 years. It's one of the more budget paid service but can confirm it works well for bbc iPlayer and their support service helped me make sure it did or would refund me.
Not sure if that deal is still available or not, but either way you're looking at a similar investment.
Don't think any free services unlock it, but it they do you might be limited to like 2gb a month.
Here's what I usually do when I get a new computer
DBAN (Optional, erases literally everything from computer)
Install Windows 10 Lite (Only use if you don't need a few things such as microsoft store)
Tor Browser (or Firefox)
DuckDuckGo Search Engine and privacy extension
That's all, you can do TailsOS or anything like linux instead of windows if you don't mind.
I'm also using PrivateVPN. Subsciption ends in half a year for me, started reading up on VPN reviews, and apparently NordVPN is highly rated everywhere it seems. I live in Sweden and here PrivateVPN has 3 servers, Kista, Stockholm and Göteborg. I live slightly closer to the Göteborg server than the Kista and Stockholm servers. The Kista server is great, it's the one you want to use for torrenting in Sweden since all ports are forwarded. My connection is 100/10, (which is exactly the speed I'm getting without VPN) and using that server I get 90-95/9-9.5. To the other servers I get significantly worse speeds fluctuating between 50-80/7-8 and from what I understand the Göteborg one is virtual? Does anyone know what the speeds are like with NordVPN in Sweden? Anyone else using PrivateVPN in Sweden? What are other VPNs like in Sweden?
I'm using PrivateVPN, it's less than $5 per month when you get 3 months or more. They have dedicated servers for Netflix in different countries, been using it for a few years and ever since they have the special Netflix servers it never failed me.
If you use PrivateVPN netflix has pretty much every movie because nearly every country is unblocked
im pretty sure most other VPNs only unblock 4 or 5 countries
anyway Germany, Brazil, UK, and Argentina has the best content
Hi, I recently switched to PrivateVPN and that’s seen the number of links go through the roof. I tend to have it set to UK, but quite often it’s on US as it also works with Netflix and such, which seems to be a rarity these days (they actually have specific servers for Netflix all over the place)
You can use a VPN that has servers in the US. That will change your IP address to an American one and it will seem as if you're from the US - this is a list of really good private and anonymous VPNs here I personally suggest NordVPN because they have the most servers in the US, you can also try ExpressVPN or PrivateVPN too
Since you are in a different location and your IP address is now based in Germany, Netflix has adjusted your library to the German one . Unblocking Netflix is as simple as changing your IP address — by doing that, you can access any localization you’re aiming for, including the US one. So if you obtain an IP address in the USA, you can watch all the American exclusives no matter where you are!
Here’s a roundup of top VPN picks for unblocking regional Netflix versions around the world:
Get a VPN and watch it on Netflix, Amazon Prime or whatever, this show is popular everywhere. Try one of these: NordVPN, ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN. They are those who are good with streaming, especially Netflix. Not many VPNs work well with Netflix so better do your research.
I used to use PIA, but unfortunately it doesn't work with Netflix.
Now, I can vouch for PrivateVPN.
I use PrivateVPN and it usually works for me. It's pretty cheap relatively speaking, at the time they had a deal where I paid $70 for three years.
I know you probably don't want to hear that it costs money but I think it's worth the investment as the baseball nerd I am.
Yeah even thought im perfectly fine with other games, MHW capcom servers are just a special case, so i tried using a vpn and im on a 7day free trial from PrivateVPN, and so far iv been able to actually play with my friends. So yeah i guess it was connect on my side rip
you are welcome! If you need a vpn on a a regular basis you should definitly consider buying one. The difference between free and paid offers is huge. For cheap paid VPNs you could check out PrivateVPN (~19 € per year), VPNunlimited (with voucher you can get a life time license for 20 € on sale) or surfshark (48 for 2 years I think).
The only trustworthy free solutions are Proton and Windscribe. Other's usually collect logs which can backfire once an institution asks for them, and is a major privacy risk, because all traffic passes the vpn provider, so he knows everything you do online as long as it's turned on.
Hi there, maybe you've already seen this list? _of_vpns_that_allow_p2p_and_port_forwarding/
I would maybe pick Astrill or maybe PrivateVPN. Just heard good stuff about them but never tried. Look into it.
Mullvad does not unblock streaming services like Netflix, if you care about it.
Last year I was using PrivateVPN and it worked fine most of the time but it did have some periods where it would lag a lot.
Two weeks ago I switched to NordVPN and it seems to work pretty well for now.
For your use case, I see nothing wrong with running your own, other than that the maintenance overhead can be annoying (ran my own for ages, stopped for exactly that reason).
I've currently got accounts on PIA (through work), PrivateVPN (through another project I work on), and Mullvad (personal). Of all of them, I prefer Mullvad. The other two are fine as well, I don't have any specific issues with them. I don't really trust PIA wholly myself, they seem to have too much going for me to be comfortable. PrivateVPN seems good enough, I just prefer the Mullvad feature set.
Edit: With regards to your last question about it being compromised, as long as you keep an eye on HTTPS validity and are careful not to click through warnings about dodgy certificates, yeah, your HTTPS traffic will still be protected, same as wifi. It may expose your location, though, through your connected IP address, but the same is true of any VPN provider arguably.
No kidding bro, PrivateVPN is shit. That said, one VPN that I've had really good luck with is PureVPN. Plans are reasonable and I've pretty much been able to do everything you'd typically expect from a VPN.
That said, i suggest reading a review about PureVPN before you go ahead and purchase it. Perhaps it might not work out for you.
Free VPNs per se are not a good idea, in general. They are slow and unreliable, and may be costlier than you might expect (privacy issues, hackers, malware, slow speeds...) I think you may be better off trying a paid one with a free trial or a money-back guarantee. TorGuard is a nice option, as it is one of the best overall VPNs. PrivateVPN is good and has a longer "try-out" period in the form of a money-back guarantee. Here are other options, ranked in tiers or groups.
I would recommend paying for one, as the free ones don't have the best practices regarding privacy, you know? If you absolutely can't pay, try to take advantage of free trials and money-back guarantees. For example, TorGuard and PrivateVPN are two excellent options with a money-back guarantee. In this page, you can sort through options and compare the attributes of each one.
well, if the laws are not strict and there is zero chance that your ISP cares what you do, then you can only let trackers installed in a torrent to track you. buuuut if you use a vpn, you become practically invisible. NordVPN/PrivateVPN/Surfeasy etc - all of them support torrenting, although for the different price.
I am also attempting to rewatch the entire MCU! (still have yet to see EG but I'm not really in a rush)
Was going great until Civil War, which is apparently now only available in South Korea (argh).. & of my two paid VPN subscriptions, for that location one is blocked (ExpressVPN, SK 1+2) & the other (PrivateVPN, SK) is sooo slow (SK has been all week, across multiple tests) that it's not worth watching, just way too blurry.. ended up up skipping ahead & watched Spider-Man Hc & Doctor Strange instead, via their other locations, lol.. (much prefer HD speeds at minimum). Came here to see if anyone has any (HD) South Korea alternatives, but I guess not.. ;(
I do recommend PrivateVPN in general tho, overall a great Windows app & ExVPN alternative!
Thanks. I already did a system wipe as soon as I got the computer yesterday, so that's already done. Two quick questions:
What exactly is Windows 10 Lite? How does it differ from Windows 10? I've stuck to using Windows 8 for the past several years and I've kind of grown attached to the system, and didn't really like Windows 10 when it was first released.
And why PrivateVPN over some other VPNs?
well different country and higher speed, we barely have 10 percent of ur internet speed here but still windscribe is weak compared to expressVPN, nordvpn, PrivateVPN, VYPRVPN and so many other services,
i just mentioned that as something to be fixed or report
Yes exactly the same here. The support are not helpful at all with this situation. Their reply is "We do not endorse activities that directly violate BBC policies".
The are aware of the issue and working on it, and provided me a list of servers to use but they doesn't work.
I moved to PrivateVPN and it works flawlessly with BBC iPlayer.
Hey, I have had a similar problem a while ago. I wanted to learn Portuguese but I couldn't find good stuff on Netflix UK. So I tried 7 different VPNs to find the best and the cheapest for geolocalisation.
The best is definitely PrivateVPN. It costs 15 dollars for 3 months, it's reliable, works with every Netflix country and it's easy to use.
Edit: someone else was saying that season 5 was available in Canada Netflix. Not sure about season 6 tho
Using PrivateVPN. They have a number of servers per location, this lets you use Netflix, Hulu, Dazn etc.
To sign up luckily I have a buddy in Canada who let me us his card to register.
I am in the really ridiculous situation where I could work for Dazn (they're located in London) but cannot use their platform.
Good to know. Never used the korean server before. I can‘t give you an alternative as I am only using PrivateVPN. But I remember many people using Express are asking their support for working servers. Maybe you can try that out?
None, it was for work. But the ones who log the least (of the ones I looked at) were Nord, PrivateVPN, Private Internet Access, Strong, and Ivacy. If I were to get one for personal use it would be Nord.
La cosa piu rapida è usare uno dei tanti sevizi gratuiti / a pagamento in giro.
Io ho installato PrivateVPN su tutti i PC di casa per lo stesso motivo.
Un giorno che ho voglia, configurerò un piVPN o mi prenderò un router che offra la possibilita di configurare una VPN.
PrivateVPN offers much the same but at a higher price and I can do 1 extra device simultaneously. The deal I signed with also came with a Netflix guarantee so of it ever gets blocked they'll provide a full refund
It's very easy tbh and I do this with a lot of other shows that are US only. I use NordVPN (but you can use any other VPN that has servers in the states - PrivateVPN, Express). Then connect to the US and that's it, you're in the US, you can watch the shows you want
I use PrivateVPN, I like it but it slows my internet down to about 2 - 5 Mbps so it isn’t good for gaming. when my subscription runs out on it I’m switching VPNs. Does Express slow down your internet a lot too?
Mullvad was way too expensive for me, and NordVPN capped my speed (uni network in Italy) way too much, I was getting 6 MB/s top instead of the 11 MB/s maximum. After some digging I decided to split a PrivateVPN deal with my friend, I get maximum speed with that and it was pretty cheap for my pockets.
Hmm, never use it before but seems like PrivateVPN wants to track you. Cant visit their website with VPN on.
The owner of this website () has banned the autonomous system number (ASN) your IP address is in (59253) from accessing this website.
My IP is not blacklisted in anywhere either. They banned non-residential IPs. Tried with 3 different VPNs, still got blocked!
Not surprising, Netflix blocks VPNs constantly and does quite a good job on it. I'm using NordVPN, but heard that PrivateVPN also works pretty decently, so you can look into those, or just read more articles like this one.
Of course, you just need a reliable vpn. Nordvpn works pretty nice with BBC for me, try connecting to the newest servers and look for the smallest user load for even better speeds. Express or PrivateVPN should be okay also.
First of all... Hola? Really? Haven't you read hundreds of articles both here and elsewhere online about how you should never use it? This it woks great for me in regards to speed and unblocking stuff. I've also heard some good things about Lantern but I haven't tried it as I was already really happy with surfshark and had a coupon for additional discount.
I bought NordVPN recently, it is one of the big ones. It's pretty good, I like it so far. I even found a coupon code (it's NOLOGS3Y), if you decide to go with it try the code. Few other who I heard are good: ProtonVPN, ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN.
I pay for PrivateVPN because the bandwidth is good and it has Netflix and Hulu functional VPNs in multiple countries (which few VPNs do) so that I can stream stuff like Rick and Morty from Asia or Community from Canada. I sometimes use Zenmate though which is a free in-browser VPN if you use Chrome
Indihome censors everything. Reddit, Vimeo (and other sites that use Vimeo hosting), Pirate Bay and normal torrenting sites, Indonesia-specific downloading sites, porn, certain religious sites, etc. are blocked.
But, you should probably be using a VPN anyways. PrivateVPN allows access to Netflix Indonesia (and other countries).
I pay 600k/month for 40Mbps. Keep looking on their site. They do list prices. Triple play (w/ TV and phone) is higher priced, but has 50 and 100 Mbps options. Internet only only goes up to 40Mbps, but it's significantly cheaper.
One to check out might be PrivateVPN and also offer an app for download to make connection easier for those not overly tech-savvy.
You are already paying for the stream. Might as well push a couple extra dollars as another user mentioned. VPN. Easiest way, just set location to out of territory... if you do not want to bother with extra cords, screen/browser casting, etc. ExpressVPN, PrivateVPN, IPVanish... they are all top quality, and quick for HD streams.
The servers rotate through every now and then. 100 used to work no problem, but I haven't seen that server in a bit. 102 used to work but just stopped. None of the others work anymore so I moved over to PrivateVPN, so far that's worked fine.
From the article:
"Motorola with Google has already updated the Android One Edition of the Moto X4 to Android 8.0 Oreo."
, they haven't. At least, I have't got it yet.
That said, I'm actually OK with waiting a bit. At least, I tell myself that other people getting it first means THEY can experience any regressions in behavior and/or major bugs, of which I can be warned & thus put off updating until the problems have been fixed.
My Nexus 5X had 8.1, but there's not anything huge I feel I'm missing by having "only" 7.1.1 on my Moto x4.
It's only been little things, like ability to rearrange the pull-down menu (or maybe I've just forgot how to do it on 7.x?), and having the PrivateVPN app integrated into the pulldown menu.
Anyway, I'm OK with waiting a bit longer.
Кому лень читать:
Таким образом, список «отказников» из сервисов VPN на данный момент выглядит так:
3. GoldenFrog (создатель VyprVPN),
I would say that the speeds are quite comparable. Honestly though, I probably would have stuck with PIA if not for my Netflix subscription. I use Android and I liked the convenience of having a PIA quick settings tile to toggle VPN on and off with one click. Makes watching US Netflix on my phone so much less tedious. PrivateVPN has a usable Android app but not as convenient as the latter.
If you're not that into the idea of renewing your Netflix account, you might be happier staying with PIA.
Referral links ? Could you explain me what those are and how they affect your anonymity ?
Btw, best VPN I know in terms of anonymity, after a careful search, PrivateVPN, from Sweden I think. Doesn't look like much, but it is.
Use ‘PrivateVPN’ ,paid version [˜$60 yearly, with 30 days money back offer]. I’ve been using it for last few months without any problem, though it was not working initially. Their customer support is great. They sorted out the issue initially when I wanted to cancel the subscription as it was not getting connected. They asked me specifically which site was not working with them and settled it within minutes!
The app is not available in Omani App store or Playstore. So instead go to the web version and watch it there.
A word of caution! The VPN is still erratic at times, so use the money back feature [30 days] if you’re not happy with it.
Unfortunately this VPN don't work with prime video. I use 'Tunnel Bear' app to access it, though their customer support is not as good as PrivateVPN and no trial period available..
The VPN will protect you from your ISP & anti-piracy companies.
I did some quick searching for PrivateVPN because I've never heard of them, and they appear to be fine (if a bit slow) for torrenting.
If you want faster speeds you could look into a Seedbox service, they download torrents to their servers and then you download (or stream) the files from them.
It’s a paid VPN service. I don’t know if there are any free ones worth using. I used PrivateVPN, another paid one, for a few months but noticed I would lag randomly while it was on. No such issues with Tunnelbear.
A friend had it happen to him and I've heard of others. Partially my fault because I told him not to worry about it because I thought it was just a scare tactic as well "Why would a monopoly make any kind of decision that would result in less money?" I was wrong. It's Mediacom btw. I use PrivateVPN now that there's extra cash in the budget. Fantastic service at a better price. No logs, torrent friendly.
I get what you're saying. I explained it in the stickied megathread some time ago and got well intentioned but trite answers. I gave up bcs it's too simple of a problem to have to affront and it's plain sketchy that I can't PF with VPN on Soulseek, as if I were being discouraged from using a VPN at all.
My VPN is PrivateVPN, all ports are forwarded. Ports are open when I'm seeding through that port (any port) on qBittorrent. Same setup and to Soulseek's tool the ports are closed.
Edit: You were the one who tried to help me lmao! Oh well.
Surfshark and PrivateVPN. The first is great but doesn't have port forwarding. The second's kill switch works a little weird, it doesn't activate if you yourself disconnect from VPN, only if it happens unexpectedly. Also it had consistent qBittorrent IP leak until bound to the VPN, which is a simple risk to remove. Let me know if you have questions
I use PrivateVPN. I don’t remember the exact price but it’s reasonable. I’ve always had good luck with download speeds, their support is great, they keep no logs, they have plenty of server locations, and they’re in Sweden.
They also have a simple app or program that you can download on all ur devices to use (except your router. That’s a little more complicated.)
Surfkshark and PrivateVPN. The latter I had issues with but still decided to keep.
I found port forwarding to be a must for seeding.
I had the same issue with one torrent that had few peers. I think the problem in my case was that, since the metadata has to be downloaded from another peer, I or one of the other active peers needed to be port forwarded.
That torrent I couldn't get the metadata of after trying for days, loaded the metadata on the first try when I switched to a VPN with port forwarding.
This may not be your case but I see no other reason why it happened to me. The VPNs I used were Surfkshark and PrivateVPN.
Late to reply here. Someone else posted a free one, and that's probably good for your case.
If you had a regular use for one, I would recommend not using a free vpn, because in that case you're probably the product and your web traffic might not be secure. If you're just watching a british documentary, that's not much of a concern.
So a relatively cheap but secure vpn with a lot of locations worldwide I can recommend privateinternetaccess. PrivateVPN is another that's arguably less secure, but has different/more locations and might be cheaper.
Having your router act as a server AND a client is basically impossible from my past research. Take a look for yourself of course, but don't expect much. The only way to get the benefits of both would be to configure the router as a server and configure individual devices to connect as clients to PrivateVPN.
Actually, I just thought of another way but it involves multiple routers and VLANs but you'd be in double-NAT territory, could end up with DHCP issues... sounds like a headache.
Okay, I see what I did. I went through this site (I just searched Google for best free VPN trial):
And clicked PrivateVPN and it generated some referral code that offers a free 7 days. Here is the direct link:
I use PrivateVPN and can only speak for that one, but I have 200/200 mbit and I consistently get 10-15 mbyte upload/download speeds. If your network is 35 up I don’t think a paid vpn will be weakest link. I use a VPN for my download client, but not for radarr/jackett. Have been thinking about using one for jackett, but I just haven’t bothered yet and seems like the consensus is that I don’t need one for that part. My download client however won’t start before it gets a connection to the VPN server.
I’m on unraid btw, running everything in docker.
Mmm... something is amiss here. I just removed the other 2 countries and now the rule is:
(ip.geoip.country ne "US") - Challenge (captcha)
Yet I am using PrivateVPN and can successfully access my site from Russia, Sweden, wherever. Not sure why this is not working.
Mesela oyun için kullanabilirsin, bu hız/güvenlikten ziyade VPN bağlantının stable olmasına önem veriyorsun demek olur.
İş için kullanıyor olabilirsin, bir kaç farklı ülke / şehir IPsi gerekiyor olabilir. Güvenlik için illa belli bir protokol istiyor olabilirsin vs.
Sadece yasaklı sitelere gireceğim ben diyebilirsin, o zaman neredeyse tek bir IP, minimum güvenlik ve 1080p vs stream hızı yeterlidir. Ve çoğu VPN gibi tüm internet yerine sadece o bağlantının yolunu değiştirmek yeterli olacaktır.
Aklıma gelenleri yazdım işte. PrivateVPN fiyatına göre çoğunu kapsıyor o yüzden tercih ediyorum. Eğer sadece yasaklı sitelere girmek isteseydim herhalde bedava bir proxy server'ı kullanırdım yasaklı siteleri sadece o proxy'ye verirdim tüm internet yerine şahsen.
I’m using PrivateVPN and they have dedicated locations for streaming. For example if you want to watch ITV you can use their London location. It’s a paid VPN but I don’t think you can stream most streaming services with a free one though.
What VPN are you using? Not all VPN providers try to circumvent Netflix/amazon rules.
IF you are using a VPN that promises that you can watch foreign Netflix/amazon it can be that Netflix/amazon has found out how the VPN did and blocked that particular way to do it. But usually the VPN-guys has found another way pretty fast. It is a constant cat and mouse game between them :) Atleast that is my experience with PrivateVPN.
I use PrivateVPN. It’s nice and I can use my account on my fire stick, phone, and computer. I used to have Kodi and never used a VPN but got an email from my provider (spectrum) soon after. I believe if they catch you three times they can cancel your service and they will also put a note that would let other providers know that you “illegally“ watch movies so be sure to always use one but like everyone else said you don’t have to use the one in popcorn time I’m sure it’s just a sponsor.
Connection was never stable for more than a couple of hours. PrivateVPN my connection stays up for weeks at a time. Plus, the support at PIA was poor and unhelpful. Exact opposite for PrivateVPN. This my personal experience with both, YMMV.
I've been using PIA for a few years now and happy with it. What do you find terrible about it? What's PrivateVPN do that PIA doesn't that makes you happy? Curious as to maybe there's something I don't know or maybe you use VPN for something different than I do.
for security, privacy and encryption. i mean i suggest always download data via secure/encrypted methods such as FTP-ES (TLS) in Filezilla and use a VPN connection whilst doing so. I use a Time4Vps storage server ($5 USD/mo) in Latvia and I set it up as a seedbox, and I use PrivateVPN in Sweden. But for better speed I don't always use the VPN. example screenshot
Nope, using PrivateVPN. As I said, portforwarding is enabled for all ports on specific servers dedicated to torrents. I think my issue is related to the use of docker-compose, so if you are not using that, you should be ok as long as your VPN supports port forwarding
I began having this issue since this morning. I followed all the recommendations here and still had problems getting Sidecar to work over WiFi or USB. I thought to myself, "What recently changed?". Turns out it was my PrivateVPN app. I hadn't logged into it for weeks but logged into it this morning (didn't connect, just logged in). As soon as I closed the app, Sidecar worked over WiFi as well as USB. Definitely something in the TCP/IP stack that gets modified when the app is just running.
XE (currency conversion - quick reference)
Transferwise (multicurrency “bank” account)
Google maps (duh)
Tripit (so I don’t need to tell family/friends every time my plans change)
PrivateVPN (it’s a VPN; need I say more?)
Duolingo (basic language learning)
Chrome (for webpage translation)
Plex (with friend and own) with Radarr/sonarr, PrivateVPN, google drive unlimited storage.. more content than I could ever watch.. also free amazon prime..
Also, you can setup VPN on any decent router so your whole network connects to it..
PrivateVPN ama özel satışı yok şu an sadece normal indirim var (yani hep olan indirim..asıl fiyatı demek herhalde.)
şu link kendilerinin fiyat linkinden daha ucuz yinede. (2 linkleri var fiyatlara biri daha ucuz niye bilmiyorum.)
En son +2 yıl bedava idi mesela öyle aldım ben.
Indian government banned/blocked Torrent/porn and so many other websites including MEGA Cloud.
Between I've Surfshark and PrivateVPN they do have Indian servers and many other VPNs also have servers in India. That's why I'm curious 🙃
I've checked with a magnet link to see what IP address is being broadcast. I have the QVPN client activated using PrivateVPN it still broadcasts my ISP IP, but if I install Transmission on my PC and use the VPN it hides it. My question is what am I doing wrong.
In general, the VPN service you're using knows your IP and routes that connection through one of their own IPs. If they get a complaint sent to them about some illegal activity on an IP they have set up they will forward that complaint to the ISP you use, who will send it on to you. I don't know if PrivateVPN does that or not, but most would because they do not want to be legally liable for your illegal activities.
I live in the US just starting using VPN+FITE with Roku for AEW Plus last week.
I got the best deal from PrivateVPN at $12 for 3 months. Here's what I did:
Gw pake PrivateVPN. Sekitar 8 USD per bulan, atau 50 USD per tahun, dan bisa 6 concurrent usage, jadi kalo ga pake di banyak device bisa join sama temen.
Gw sukanya dia ada VPN biasa sama VPN per service, misalnya VPN khusus Netflix, dan banyak pilihannya. Even kalo buat bypass Netflix Indihome dia bisa pake server Indonesia, dan lo bisa buka Netflix region Indonesia.
I have used PrivateVPN for roughly around 6 months. Took me a while to fine tune the settings as i was getting throttled everytime i turned on torrents.
The app has some settings called stealth mode, this bypasses the throttles and supports port forwarding.
Great selection of servers to use with pretty fast speeds and the app has a good killswitch feature so any break in the internet connection then no IP is leaked.
Mobile app is awesome too, i think you get 6 concurrent users.
I was reccomended this VPN from a private torrenting site and can say i have not been disappointed.
Since you use VPS Why not setup WireGuard with a nearby server?
And you better share your Broadband results with and without your VPN. That would help me to give you a suggestion.
you can try the free trial (no cards required) of Trustzone, PrivateVPN if you like the speed then buy it. I would also suggest you they have trial for a week which would cost 2$ worth a shot. I've used TrustZone for 6 months and for 2 years
Yeah, I wasn't betting on someone keeping a comprehensive list. I was hoping someone found a VPN or something that specifically let them use 한국어 and English subtitles (chrome extension) for K-dramas
I've heard ppl mention ExpressVPN, NetflixVPN, Surfshark, Windscribe, PrivateVPN etc. but didn't know which would work best for my needs
1. If money is no problem, go with expressVPN
2. Cyberghost/PrivateVPN stands on Mid Tier
3. If you are on budget but wants most of the features but not so great stable connection then Nord VPN is waiting for you.
I tried it with PrivateVPN it's working with Netflix PH, I also tried Ivacy VPN but it only works occasionally, don't know why. You can also try Torguard but wait for their PH server to be available first but they said it should be available by October.
Yepp! Not with all VPN's though as Hulu does a good job at blocking them. PrivateVPN works though. They have a 7-day trial that doesn't require a card so it's a good one to try.
I use PrivateVPN. they have a feature that let you connect by service. Eg you search for Netflix or itv or BBC or whatever and it shows a list of compatible locations to connect to.
It seems to be cat and mouse game though cause sometimes the services don't work (especially with BBC iPlayer) and then a few days later it will work again presumably due to some change on the VPN side.