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[Off-Topic] The settings for each VPN service are different.

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Posted on 3/22/20 11:51:55 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

The settings for each VPN service are different. VPN, for example, offers a menu in the upper-left corner that includes a speed test, help, and diagnostics. In the help section, you can, among other things, check the IP address and pass the DNS Leak Test.

The Options button opens the settings page. Here you will find:

General: General start settings and some useful features, such as Network Lock, which allows you to completely break the Internet connection if the VPN access is unavailable for some reason.
Protocol: here you can choose the security Protocol from OpenVPN (UDP and TCP), L2TP/IPSec, PPTP and SSTP are available. Alternatively, choose Automatic, and then the program itself will determine the best Protocol possible.
Browsers: this option works in applications for Windows and Mac OS, offering to choose browser extensions for viewing in chrome, Firefox and Safari.
Advanced: you can install IPv6 protection and select expressvpn DNS servers.
Most VPN services offer a choice of VPN Protocol. We recommend choosing OpenVPN - it provides the best combination of speed and security.

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Posted on 3/24/20 2:09:13 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

VPN provides protection of transmitted data between two nodes of the corporate network. The peculiarity of this option is that a VPN is built between nodes located usually in the same network segment, for example, between a workstation and a server. Such a need very often arises in those cases when it is necessary to create several logical networks in one physical network.

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Posted on 3/24/20 9:10:04 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

[justify]amazing vpn service by installing it you can visit those sites that are closed to you. There are different from the most complex and paid to the simplest and free. I use the simplest I change the country in two clicks and visit sites that I could not visit without it. I don’t know how this happens, but I think it changes the IP address or somehow encrypts it and the system allows you to enter it from a new IP. Technology is on the brink of science fiction. You can leave no traces on the Internet by enabling vpn.
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#4
Posted on 3/24/20 10:41:07 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

If you want to access American media sources such as Netflix and YouTube without geo-blocking, then a VPN service with most of its nodes in Africa and Asia is very little suitable for you.
https://archtek.com.tw/
Accept nothing more than a variety of stable servers in different countries. Given how reliable and widely used VPN services have become, it is not reasonable to expect hundreds, if not thousands, of servers around the world.

In addition to checking how many servers they have and where those servers are located, it is also wise to check where the company is located and if that location matches your needs (if you are using a VPN to avoid prosecution by your government, then it would be wise to avoid a VPN provider in a country that has close ties to your country).

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Posted on 3/24/20 3:59:36 PM | Show thread starter's posts only

Of course, the ability to access the Internet anywhere is a useful and convenient thing, but how safe it is. Information security experts say that through an unprotected Wi-Fi connection, you can simply and easily access all the data on the gadget. In this case, the choice of VPN services will be the best opportunity to protect the user from theft of his confidential information.

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Posted on 3/25/20 5:31:22 AM | Show thread starter's posts only

The main reason why any average Internet user should use a VPN is that a VPN provides encryption of the entire flow of information. Even if you assume that your connection is unlikely to be hacked and the information is stolen, no attacker can decrypt the stolen data; the time and financial cost of decryption will be too great.

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