The VPNs we recommend can all bypass Netflix’s ban using at least one server or location. It’s not that these VPNs never get blocked; it’s just that they are prepared with both the resources and manpower to quickly replace blacklisted servers and IPs with ones that haven’t been blocked yet. This requires more time, expertise, and money than most VPN providers can reliably offer, but those that we recommend make a concerted effort to keep Netflix-unblocking servers up and running at all times.
For each test, our staff connected to the VPN, opened Netflix in a browser or in the Netflix app (depending on the OS), and played a video. If the video played normally, the VPN scored a positive result. If it wasn’t clear which server to connect to for a given VPN, we contacted the VPN’s customer support team to ask which servers work with Netflix.
If you frequent ThePirateBay, uTorrent, RARBG, Putlocker or KickassTorrents, however, chances are what you download from these torrenting sites is not legal. Government authorities can fine you for committing a civil offense, while ISPs and copyright holders will threaten and in some cases follow through on legal action. While it’s unlikely that a record company will take someone to court, they might seek damages through settlements.
Torrent speeds heavily rely on the number of seeds, the higher the number of seeds a torrent file has the faster it is going to download. Since seeding refers to the number of people sharing the file for other torrenters. If a torrent file has a low ratio of seeders then your downloading speed is definitely going to suffer regardless of how fast your internet connection is.

From looking at the Google Play store, Ivacy appears to offer three Android apps: Ivacy VPN, Ivacy VPN TV (which appears to be for Android TV devices), and Ivacy Lite (a free version). We have not had the chance to test any of these apps and will update this review in the future. We have, however, looked at a great many other Android VPN apps and look forward to seeing how Ivacy measures up.


PC app is really unstable, connection disconnects a lot, it will use the Ikev network adapter even when you set it to udp, it’s meant to use the openvpn adapter when you set it to udp or tcp, so I have to manually delete the ikev adapter for it to recognise and use the openvpn adapter, also the killswitch will shut off the internet completely which is good but even the Ivacy app will not be able to use the internet to login to your account!!! So have to disable the killswitch, and to prevent ip/dns leak you’ve got to restart the app in admin mode which will the disable the killswitch while the app restarts, also the windows app sometimes factory resets itself and all the settings you’ve set are gone and you have to login again. The iOS app is even more of a privacy hazard as the killswitch uses the “connect on demand” switch, what occurs though is that when you switch networks to say a new Wi-fi network or you turn off Wi-fi and use cellular, the “connect on demand” switch will sometimes disable itself and you are unawarely browsing the web with no VPN connection. Also they offer a free trial but with the NordVPN scandal of hacker/scammers abusing free vpn trials, I hope Ivacy gets rid of it to deter them, and offers a money back guarantee instead.
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If cost is a major hurdle, fear not. There are many excellent free VPNs on the market. Our Editors' Choice winner, TunnelBear, offers a free version with a limited amount of data available. ProtonVPN, on the other hand, limits the number of simultaneous devices and available servers to its free customers. Ivacy does not, however, offer a free version.
Private Internet Access is primarily a VPN provider. We’ll talk a bit more about VPNs later in this post, but what we really want is the SOCKS5 proxy that comes with their VPN service. So, head to Private Internet Access’ web site and sign up for their VPN service. We recommend starting out with a monthly plan to see if you like it before buying a whole year’s subscription.

Some VPNs redirect users to the US version of Netflix regardless of server location. NordVPN, for example, can unblock Netflix when connected to any country, but uses a DNS proxy to route Netflix requests to the US version, except for Australia, Canada, Japan, Netherlands, and UK. Opening Netflix while connected to any other country through NordVPN will return the US version. And though Surfshark users can access Netflix on any server, they all redirect to the US version except France, India, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK. Similarly, AirVPN redirects many international users to US Netflix regardless of their VPN server’s IP address.
Chrome Extension has been promised like a year ago, my subscription is about to expire and no extensions to date. Pure promises, not mention slow Torrent download and disconnection. They bragged that they are working on their Chrome Extension, how funny was that working on a single feature for more than a year??? I guess you only have one developer for God Sake.
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