Antivirus software protects you from malware, but to protect your privacy and security on the web, you need a virtual private network, or VPN. Ivacy offers VPN protection at an affordable price and boasts servers in far-flung corners of the world. It's a strong offering on paper, but we had some hiccups in testing. At the end of the day, it can't match our Editors' Choice winners NordVPN, Private Internet Access, and TunnelBear VPN in terms of robustness or ease of use.
PirateBay is blocked in the place where I live, and it sucks! It’s been months, and unfortunately, I have been trying to find a solution but always leave with little to no success. But today, thanks to this blog I was finally able to access PirateBay with the help of a Torrent VPN. Great work on the blog, gentlemen. I hope you guys keep doing your work straight.
German location: I am currently using Strong DNS service through a dedicated router. BBC Iplayer was working fine on my amazon firestick up until 2 weeks ago and it’s now completely blocked. Strongvpn acknowledge this. and „ are working on a solution“ . strangely it works on my iPad and i am able to mirror it to my Sony tv using airplay app on the tv, Can you recommend a vpn/dns Service that unblocks BBC Iplayer ?
A VPN can make it appear that you are in a different location, by routing your traffic through a server in a different country. However, many streaming services frown on this behavior. In particular, Netflix is notorious for blocking VPNs. Happily, that wasn't a problem when I tested Ivacy on Windows. I had no trouble loading up Lost in Space on Netflix while connected to a US VPN server. Your mileage, however, may vary.
CyberGhost adheres to a no-logs policy, uses 256-bit AES encryption with perfect forward secrecy, and has a kill switch on its desktop clients. An app-specific kill switch is buried in the settings, dubbed “app protection,” which will only cut off internet to specified programs, e.g. a torrent client. CyberGhost Pro scored well in our speed tests and can even unblock US Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
Someone turns their computer into a network access point, and gives is a real-enough sounding name (often imitating popular, well-known ones like “T-Mobile” for instance). When you connect, you’re actually connecting through their computer. And they now will gain access to all of the information you used to login, as well as your browsing activity.