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What VPN you are using to improve the security and privacy to public and private networks? Which VPN do you feel most to be secured and how did you tell that? Have you ever tried to pay for a VPN or you're just getting it free? Do you think the security will be more improved when I buy their services and if it is affordable even if it's for personal use?
 

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I used many VPN's like OpenConnect, OpenVPN, Cisco Anyconnect etc but I personally like Cisco Anyconnect (paid).
 

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If your use is solely personal and do not want to spend too much money to set it up or manage, go with OpenVPN. It is pretty easy to manage , setup and its free to use. For paid ones, Cisco, Fortinet, pulsesecure, etc are widely used but more for enterprise-level use.
 

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Is OpenVPN applicable to smartphone as well? I really wanted to use one for I just learned what VPN is all about today, and am kinda worrying that all this time my browsing ang internet usage is not private. Thanks in advance for the answer.
 

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There are many good free VPNs. Free VPNs are a great thing, but there is always a reason why it's something for free. I personally use several VPNs. Although, some are not completely free.
One of them is ExpressVPN. Even though it is not completely free, a 30-day money back guarantee makes Express an excellent choice for those who are just familiar with VPN technology, and want to have a good start with a good service. The only disadvantage is that there is no option for a completely free service.
The other one I use is TunnelBear. TunnelBear is probably the easiest to use, although free subscribers each month are limited to only 500 MB of traffic.
The third one I use is Hide Me. It has 28 servers distributed in 22 countries and is quite popular. In my opinion, it has a decent connection speed. The only disadvantage may be that the free version is limited to 3 locations.
To get the best possible encryption and connection speeds, I would recommend using a paid VPN service.
 

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You look like an experienced user! I guess you try so many VPN's both paid and free. It's obvious that paid VPN's are more effective than the free ones. I'd love to try one of those recommended VPN of yours! Thanks for giving me some nice tips! Cheers!
 

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Yes, I agree that paid VPN is much better if you want to use it in its best. But it still depends on your usage so you can still enjoy using those available with limited features only.
 

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For me it depends of what kind of VPN is compatible in your location. I know all kinds of VPN is working good defends on where you at. so take a look for a VNP that makes compatible on your place. for me I use VPN master try if that's fits to you,
 

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Psiphon for me is the best because I can use it at school to play Clash of clans. They blocked that game and the players in our school our finding a solution to play it with the school's wifi. We tried a lot of VPN but only the Psiphon worked. I trust this VPN so much and now I am using it for about 4 years. No problem with regards to security so far.
 

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Nice feedback! I admit that I am not familiar with that Psiphon VPN. I do not use that VPN since then so I have no idea how it works and what performance they give to users. Maybe I will try it soon since you gave me a good feedback.
 
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For Mobile, I would say that my favorite VPN would have to be Hotspot Shield VPN. I really do like how easy it is to use and operate. If you would also like to try it, go search it up on the Play Store/App Store and you won't be disappointed. It unblocks all the sites and has pretty good speeds.
 
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I have to say tunnel bear it clearly explains why you might want to use a VPN for some it can seem complicated using them plus side is longevity after being purchased in March by McAfee confirming that they will continue developing
  • Very easy-to-use
  • Diverse spread of locations
  • Mobile and desktop clients
  • Clear and transparent privacy policy
 
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I tried many browsers, but in my opinion
browsec is one of the best browser community providing free access to every domain and including options of different countries IP addresses. It is available in chrome store and about 2.7mb size easy to download and install
 
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