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Need VPN 256 bit for Public WIFI networks

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by MiLiTARYiV, Oct 26, 2009.

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  1. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    Do anyone know of any secure VPN for using when I connect to open wifi networks like when I'm at Starbucks etc.. I would like something equal or more then 256 bit encryption
     
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    Most VPN providers should be able to satisfy 256 bit encryption. Check out www.strongvpn.com
     
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    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    thx. I will try that out. I was going to use gotrusted.com but they are only 128 bit
     
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    Question can they or do they store your passwords to websites and steal them?
     
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