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RA4W VPN: Lifetime Subscription @ cult of mac $19.99 (£15.00)

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There seem to be quite a lot of VPNs around at the moment. I think it really depends on whether they will still be around in years to come and on the number of points throughout the world that they c… Read More
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3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago
There seem to be quite a lot of VPNs around at the moment.
I think it really depends on whether they will still be around in years to come and on the number of points throughout the world that they can maintain. I don't use this one but the one I use which is quite a lot cheaper (isn't available now) but seems ok so far.
They say:
Browse anonymously & safeguard your private data
Access servers in 20+ countries across 5 different continents
Utilize servers that guarantee the securest connections possible
Enjoy lightning-fast browsing speeds
Unlock geoblocked sites including Netflix, Spotify & more
Connect either using RA4W VPN's custom client or OpenVPN
Rest assured knowing your data is encrypted & isn't being logged
Troubleshoot issues w/ a support team available 24/7
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3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago
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Nice find, poss 10% off with first purchase also (was pop up on site) - Looks like a unique code via inbox :D
5 Likes #2
not going to go into it. but becareful with this vpn

read into it. budget is budget for a reason

https://www.bestvpnprovider.com/ra4w-review/
#3
Lifetime is not your lifetime but the lifetime of this product, which might be a year or two.
1 Like #4
spannerzone
Lifetime is not your lifetime but the lifetime of this product, which might be a year or two.
Of course
2 Likes #5
Hmm. I don't know why regular users need these services. A 'VPN' service doesn't equal privacy...Even the review linked seems to be written simplistically and with little understanding of what's actually going on. Plus the fact that there appears to have been a database leak from this service which indicates that they indeed do log IP ingress among other things...
#6
Why does anyone need a VPN, what do you have to hide? Genuinely curious
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paulr23
Why does anyone need a VPN, what do you have to hide? Genuinely curious
Are you 'genuinely curious'? ;)
Why? When it's so easy to find out, just google for 'why use a vpn'
For instance:
http://www.lifehacker.co.uk/2012/09/05/start-using-vpn-choose-best-one-needs


Edited By: jasee on Jul 04, 2017 06:48: better
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paulr23
Why does anyone need a VPN, what do you have to hide? Genuinely curious

A policeman gives you a choice as to whether you want to be strip searched or not. You have nothing incriminating on you. Do you allow him to carry out a strip search even though you have nothing to hide? No... Privacy is privacy regardless of what you are doing, sometimes.
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paulr23
Why does anyone need a VPN, what do you have to hide? Genuinely curious


Because you can't trust the government to put the best interests of the people ahead of their own interests.
#10
At that price and for lifetime its worth a punt.
#11
doboworth
paulr23
Why does anyone need a VPN, what do you have to hide? Genuinely curious
\x0d\x0aBecause you can't trust the government to put the best interests of the people ahead of their own interests.
\x0d\x0aIndeed would people be happy having their txt messages phones calls or post looked at it comes down to privacy
#12
paulr23
Why does anyone need a VPN, what do you have to hide? Genuinely curious

You can pretend to be from other countries and get content that is geoblocked.
#13
dsdavis6
A policeman gives you a choice as to whether you want to be strip searched or not. You have nothing incriminating on you. Do you allow him to carry out a strip search even though you have nothing to hide? No... Privacy is privacy regardless of what you are doing, sometimes.


If you have nothing to hide you would willingly allow him to do his pat down search (you wouldn't be 'strip' searched unless you was arrested) because the next person might be carrying a knife/gun/bomb. Anyway VPNs are 'mainly' used to circumvent ISP lock outs of illegal movie/tv/music streaming/download sites.
#14
dsdavis6
A policeman gives you a choice as to whether you want to be strip searched or not. You have nothing incriminating on you. Do you allow him to carry out a strip search even though you have nothing to hide? No... Privacy is privacy regardless of what you are doing, sometimes.


If you have nothing to hide you would willingly allow him to do his pat down search (you wouldn't be 'strip' searched unless you was arrested) because the next person might be carrying a knife/gun/bomb. Anyway VPNs are 'mainly' used to circumvent ISP lock outs of illegal movie/tv/music streaming/download sites.
#15
StonedSte
If you have nothing to hide you would willingly allow him to do his pat down search (you wouldn't be 'strip' searched unless you was arrested) because the next person might be carrying a knife/gun/bomb. Anyway VPNs are 'mainly' used to circumvent ISP lock outs of illegal movie/tv/music streaming/download sites.


Your logic is ridiculous you do not trade your freedoms for security. Maybe we do have something to hide but its ours to hide.
#16
i just went with Cyber Ghost for a year for just below £20. no complaints so far. :-)

Dave
#17
StonedSte
If you have nothing to hide you would willingly allow him to do his pat down search (you wouldn't be 'strip' searched unless you was arrested) because the next person might be carrying a knife/gun/bomb. Anyway VPNs are 'mainly' used to circumvent ISP lock outs of illegal movie/tv/music streaming/download sites.

Not really to be honest, unless the policeman has good reason to believe I have something i shouldn't, I would prefer he didn't come anywhere near me. Nobody has agreed to allow governments to "pat search". Unless there is a very good reason to suspect I am up to no good, I would prefer my internet habits remain unknown.
#18
eraldo
Your logic is ridiculous you do not trade your freedoms for security. Maybe we do have something to hide but its ours to hide.


This is kinda exactly what is wrong with society. People have too many rights over police officers so police cannot search them willingly. What if a person refused to be searched had a knife and hurt someone close to you?
#19
This is quite a good review of VPNs with some explanation of why a normal person might need one. (RA4W is not included)
http://www.techadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/internet/best-vpn-services-of-2017-3657732/

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