Posted on Mar 20, 2021
SFC Stephen King
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Uynthak Fialllu
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If you are concerned about your safety and protection from the loss of sensitive information, then you definitely need a VPN https://vpnprofy.com/what-dedicated-hardware-device-aggregates-hundreds-or-thousands-of-vpn-connections/. And if you don't know which provider to choose, read the comparison
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SN Jeffrey White
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i use Norton for my antivirus. it has a VPN you can turn on.
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SFC King,
It really depends on what exactly you plan to use it for and your security needs. There are many VPNs, some better than others with varying features and number of authorized devices. It also depends on how much you want to spend each year. Do an internet search and you will find many comparisons with VPNs ranked based on features. As well, some keep logs of varying user activity while others do not and some have more available servers than others with more server locations. There are a lot of variables. CNET, TechRadar and Tom’s Guide all rate ExpressVPN as the #1 VPN this month and for the past year. NordVPN is listed as #2 with two of those sites and #3 on another. You really need to just read reviews from reputable websites and decide what features fit your needs. I will usually read 4-5 reviews from different sites and then decided based on overall consensus and needed features.
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