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Where to buy safe and cheap VPN?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Zakash, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. Zakash

    Zakash Registered Member

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    Hey, i need safe and cheap VPN. where is the best place to get one?
     
  2. unbhaxor

    unbhaxor Registered Member

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    I would say go for Nvpn(dot)net :)
    It works good, and dont give out your information such as activties/IP's and its dirt cheap. :D
     
  3. ninjacrx

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    I recommend HideMyAss VPN. They have lot's of locations and over 22,000 ip's! They have easy to use software, which helps with automation of ip changing, etc- if you will be using it for seo tools.

    I'll appreciate if you sign up under my affiliate link from http://vpnserviceratings.com

    Thanks!
     
  4. jonywags

    jonywags Newbie

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    Dear Selecting a VPN service provider indeed needs you to be a little bit aware of the current market fluctuations in this industry. Depending on your understanding and research work, you can opt for the cheapest and most affordable yet reliable VPN provider.
    Below is the list of some of the cheapest VPN providers that could help you to single out the most preferred one as per your preference and budget requirements.
    ibVPN $4.95/Month
    Private Internet Access $6.45/Month
    Gotrusted VPN $5.99/Month
    Boxpn VPN $5.99/Month
    Pure VPN $9.95/Month
     
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  5. Jungle123

    Jungle123 Junior Member

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    regarding proxies - you newer know they are already flagged by google or not. If you do not have control on them - do not use it!
     
  6. GTB2012

    GTB2012 BANNED BANNED

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    Hit me up I have one left :)
     
  7. coolingheater

    coolingheater Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    +1 for hide my ass VPN..
     
  8. GTB2012

    GTB2012 BANNED BANNED

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    yeah hide my *** is great too!
     
  9. boobooo

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    Hi,
    For best vpn services cheap and secure you can see one from
    "intervpn site"
    many offers from top best providers.

    Hope it help you
     
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  10. Vic Sage

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    I use HideMyA$$ as they have many ips from different countries. Great for SEO purposes. But it lacks static ip. You will get a new one each time you log-in.
     
  11. marksmith23

    marksmith23 Newbie

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    You can find many VPN providers in VPN industry who provide great services against you money. I will suggest you to go through with all these provider and decide what will go best against your price. Here it is
    purevpn.com
    ibvpn.com
    vyprvpn.com
    cloackvpn.com
    cyberghost.com
     
  12. bsasson

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    Are any of these VPNs good for G Places or CL?
     
  13. fastdudez28

    fastdudez28 Newbie

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    DONT USE HIDEMYA** THEY WILL TURN YOUR INFO OVER IF YOUR ARE DOING UNETHICAL THINGS HideMyAss has defended its role in handing over evidence that resulted in the arrest of a suspected LulzSec member last week. UK-based HideMyAss, which offers freebie web proxy and paid-for VPN services, said it handed over potentially incriminating data to the feds only in response to a court order. It had been aware that its service was being used by Anonymous/LulzSec members for some time before this without taking any action, as a blog post headed LulzSec fiasco by the firm explains. Cody Andrew Kretsinger, 23, of Phoenix, Arizona allegedly used HideMyAss.com's web proxy service to hack into the systems of Sony Picture Entertainment as part of a hack that exposed the personal details of thousands of gamers. According to the court order, Kretsinger used SQL injection techniques that were run via HideMyAss's anonymising web proxy service to launch the high-profile attack. HideMyAss explains: It first came to our attention when leaked IRC chat logs were released, in these logs participants discussed about various VPN services they use, and it became apparent that some members were using our service. No action was taken, after all there was no evidence to suggest wrongdoing and nothing to identify which accounts with us they were using. At a later date it came as no surprise to have received a court order asking for information relating to an account associated with some or all of the above cases. As stated in our terms of service and privacy policy our service is not to be used for illegal activity, and as a legitimate company we will cooperate with law enforcement if we receive a court order (equivalent of a subpoena in the US). HideMyAss, which bills itself as a leading online privacy website, adds that it does not condone illegal activity, saying that similar services that do not co-operate with law enforcement are "more likely to have their entire VPN network monitored and tapped by law enforcement, thus affecting all legitimate customers". The service said it carries out session-logging, recording the time a customers logs onto and disconnects from the service as well as the IP addresses he or she connects to. It said it does not record the actual content of web traffic. Twitter accounts affiliated with Anonymous were unsurprisingly vociferous in their criticism of HideMyAss's business practices and assistance of a federal investigation, dubbing the service SellMyAss, and arguing that HideMyAss users are less likely to trust it and more likely to look for alternatives. "Question HideMyAssCom: Was it worth to rat out one guy who allegedly hacked #PSN in exchange for all your business? You will find out soon," AnonymousIRC said. HideMyAss, which was established in 1995, was set up as a way to bypass censorship on the web before moving on to offer commercial VPN services. It boasts of its recent role in allowing Arab Spring protesters to gain access to websites such as Twitter, which were blocked by the former Egyptian government of Hosni Mubarak. Privacy activists have accused HideMyAss of double standards over its handling of the Kretsinger case. "The Hide My Ass VPN service is run by a bunch of hypocrites," said Jacob Appelbaum, a core member of the Tor project, in a Twitter update. "They support revolution and circumvention when it suits their business image." In updates to its original blog posts, HideMyAss defended its stance on this point, arguing that it simply complies with UK law. It denied acting as a pawn at the behest of the Feds. "We are not intimidated by the US government as some are claiming, we are simply complying with our countries legal system to avoid being potentially shut down and prosecuted ourselves. "Regarding censorship bypassing, some have stated it is hypocritical for us to claim we do not allow illegal activity, and then claim our service is used in some countries to bypass censorship illegally. Again we follow UK law, there isn?t a law that prohibits the use of Egyptians gaining access to blocked websites such as Twitter, even if there is one in Egypt ... though there are certainly laws regarding the hacking of government and corporate systems," it concludes. its not torrent or price friendly either
     
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  14. SPPChristian

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    no of course not, all are shared IPs and are hardly abused, you can not use them for posting on CL ...
     
  15. mogaz

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    i will go for Hma vpns, personal experience they work really good.
     
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    GhostVPN ;)
     
  17. acomoney

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    I can't believe people are still recommending HMA. A shitload of their IP's are dirty because the service is so popular. It's being over-used by spammers to such an extent that you'll even get facebook and google blocks because the IP is flagged.
     
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    YOu can get hidemyass for under $50 with a coupon. Do a g search and a site has a banner where you can redeem it.
     
  20. paidandprotected

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    HMA vpn cheap and always good speed