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Thread: Overall Best VPN?

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    I would say maybe protonvpn or expressvpn... .

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    https://www.cryptostorm.is/

    Seems fairly underrated. BitTorrent allowed and port forwarding supported. The feature list and blog make it clear that from a technical viewpoint, they know what they're doing.
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    https://www.cryptostorm.is/

    Seems fairly underrated. BitTorrent allowed and port forwarding supported. The feature list and blog make it clear that from a technical viewpoint, they know what they're doing.
    thanks - their motto says it all:
    The VPN service provider for the truly paranoid

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #14
    i use purevpn around about 5 years i think
    for download and netflix us,uk,ca,jp
    i used cyberghost 3 years but the gui isnt perfect , at the time.
    for free use ok
    protonvpn is for me very slow, i use mostly japanse server. but other countrys were slow too.
    but the main problem is with covid the vpn use is in massive use. so many provider are slow at many times.

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #15
    Quote Originally Posted by amc View Post
    i used cyberghost 3 years but the gui isnt perfect , at the time.
    My advice is to disregard vendor software and set up OpenVPN-GUI yourself, or even better, run the tunnel on your router where you won't have to worry about leaks and disconnections.

    protonvpn is for me very slow, i use mostly japanse server. but other countrys were slow too.
    Sometimes switching between UDP and TCP is worth a try. UDP is generally better for tunneling since it doesn't cause packet meltdown, but it may be that TCP offers better throughput, depending on how your router and/or provider deal with the traffic.
    "Come visit sometime, okay? We'll always be here for you. We... we all love you."

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