Best VPN?

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michaeltim

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I am using Windows 10 PC these days. I previously have been using Nord VPN and these days I am trying a new comer in the market: Surf Shark, so far so good. It is also cost effective so I am giving full try to this. Obviously, one would hardly go for new comes but SurfShark looks committing, along pure vpn, nord and express vpn.
 
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BusinessM

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it doesn't exist a vpn service that doesn't keep log, everything that pass throught a system is kept, if they want to see what you do they can check
the encription come only from you to your provider, but not from you and vpn, vpn provider can check your traffic
 

Mark M. Hendrickson

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TorGuard holds 1200 VPN servers in 42 countries (mainly Europe and North America), so there are plenty to choose from, although some companies offer even more. The protection is excellent, without logs and the like, but they collect a bunch of personal information for their marketing.
 

michaeltim

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Commercial VPNs are great if you are just trying to change your location to a different country. For censorship avoidance, these commercial services get targetted pretty hard. Hands down the best solution is to build your own server and run Streisand, all your devices (including Wifi router) can connect and most importantly, stay connected. Only requirement is extremely basic Linux skills and around $5 a month for Vultr hosting.
For VPN newbies, it is worth knowing about the best server locations they should go for. This guide may help.
 
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