Free VPN Hotspot Shield Elite Membership
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Free VPN Hotspot Shield Elite Membership

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Found 28th Jun 2013
Free Hotspot Shield Elite Membership from Cnet.

1. Go to the deal page.
2. Click Get It Now.
3. Put anythin in name, the email you should be able to access.
4. You will get a email with link to register Hotspot Shield Elite membership for free.

Those who don't know how to use gmail with vpn and complain this is scam, please don't bother with this.

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Nice one. Have been using the free version for a while now and this is an awesome app. Even better now i have premium for free Thanks and heat added

Shame it's only for 6 months but have some heat.

thanks

nice

Looks like it's ended now

Original Poster

Fuzztone

Looks like it's ended now


Still working..

Still working here cheers op

Worked for me. Many thanks

Mine says only free for 7 days ?????

Sorry i expired it, as it said sold out on the page, just refreshed and it's still available. I will try to advise a mod to unexpire
Edited by: "jimonyzangs" 28th Jun 2013

"Sorry, Netflix hasn't come to this part of the world yet"

So the USA side doesn't work with that?.. Stick to Hola then :P

OK, having signed up and received your email with the link to the activation key.
I'm wanting to use it on IOS for my iPad, but applied using an email address that I reserve for my PC.
Do I have to apply again...from my iPad?

sounds like a good piece of software. Will this stop the sky/bt banning torrent sites?

willysnapper

OK, having signed up and received your email with the link to the … OK, having signed up and received your email with the link to the activation key.I'm wanting to use it on IOS for my iPad, but applied using an email address that I reserve for my PC.Do I have to apply again...from my iPad?



No you can install the app and add your iPad to the same account - you are allowed up to 5 devices.

Lakeside

No you can install the app and add your iPad to the same account - you … No you can install the app and add your iPad to the same account - you are allowed up to 5 devices.

Ah! Thanks for that.

Safe way to get SPAMMED and ANNOYED BY creepy ADS in your BROWSER.. and probably get HACKED!!

It works and 6m free on elite is a good freebie. But... the option to change virtual location from the USA default doesn't work. It reverts back if you insert UK or Australia??

macman2009

sounds like a good piece of software. Will this stop the sky/bt banning … sounds like a good piece of software. Will this stop the sky/bt banning torrent sites?



In a word yes

I use vpnbook.com and input the details in an Openvpn client. Works for me. I get my ISP's max download speed.

1ace

Safe way to get SPAMMED and ANNOYED BY creepy ADS in your BROWSER.. and … Safe way to get SPAMMED and ANNOYED BY creepy ADS in your BROWSER.. and probably get HACKED!!




Thats what temporary email accounts are for

DO NOT DOWNLOAD

AFTER INSTALLING I RECEIVED AN EMAIL FROM GOOGLE, A SUSPICIOUS SIGN IN PREVENTED:
Friday, June 28, 2013 7:11:40 PM UTC
IP Address: 199.255.209.163 (199-255-209-163.anchorfree.com.)
Location: Unknown


Edited by: "eliteskill1609" 29th Jun 2013

But your device is signing in constantly, isn't it? So if you VPN through USA then google will think someone from there is signing in. But it's you.

If you don't understand it don't download it.

comput1

But your device is signing in constantly, isn't it? So if you VPN through … But your device is signing in constantly, isn't it? So if you VPN through USA then google will think someone from there is signing in. But it's you.If you don't understand it don't download it.



I've used numerous other VPNs and this has never occurred before

Original Poster

eliteskill1609

I've used numerous other VPNs and this has never occurred before


Maybe you didn't have 2 step verification enabled at that time.

Streather

Thats what temporary email accounts are for



but that software would still end up taking over your browsers and annoy you of creepy ADS..
and if your browser is hijacked then hell kn0ws that you are prone to attack..

Original Poster

1ace

but that software would still end up taking over your browsers and annoy … but that software would still end up taking over your browsers and annoy you of creepy ADS.. and if your browser is hijacked then hell kn0ws that you are prone to attack..


First thing you should learn is to protect your browser.
In internet explorer go to Settings -> Manage Add-ons -> Toolbars and extensions
then disable everything you don't want.

Firefox icon on top left -> Add Ons -> Extensions then disable anything you don't want.

You can use your antivirus/firewall software option to protect your browser too. I use Avast free and it has the option.

I've used this a few times. Mainly for accessing US-Only videos on youtube, hulu and other video sites that restrict stuff based on location.

I've only used the free version, don't see a need to upgrade to premium if it's basically just a trial. It does the job the way it is and I would be too tempted by the premium features no doubt. Although I don't use it often so don't think I need it.

I can say it's fine and safe. Been using it for years.

Awesome, Thanks

Finished

if using google chrome just download media hint does the same job only better.also download adblock this will also stop the adverts appearing while watching anything on hula or cbs (ncis for instance)

Got a free year a few months back with my uni email, this code added onto that and now I have an elite account for free until October 8th 2014! Thanks OP.

clnsndrs

Nice one. Have been using the free version for a while now and this is an … Nice one. Have been using the free version for a while now and this is an awesome app. Even better now i have premium for free Thanks and heat added


The free version does nothing. Waste of time having it.

A program that does nothing? Sounds a bit unlikely that.

ruleworld

First thing you should learn is to protect your browser. In internet … First thing you should learn is to protect your browser. In internet explorer go to Settings -> Manage Add-ons -> Toolbars and extensionsthen disable everything you don't want.Firefox icon on top left -> Add Ons -> Extensions then disable anything you don't want.You can use your antivirus/firewall software option to protect your browser too. I use Avast free and it has the option.



I manage my add-ons and also have installed antivirus aswell.. however when I installed this software it took 1/5th of my screen to show up ads... and that too ADS were flashy and nasty to direct attention. I closed the ad once but again it came up.. Do I need to live with these nasty ads? I would never give 1/5th of my screen for ADS rather I would buy the product if I really want to..

What is the point of giving 6 months free and hijack my browser to show up ads in 1/5th of screen size?

Gitch28

The free version does nothing. Waste of time having it.



The free version allowed me to watch Hulu .com, A&E and videos blocked on youtube by region. Hardly does nothing eh. Obviously you don't know how to use it or what to use it on.

Use adblocker with free version
No creepy ads no need to worry about 6 months trial from cnet. Also Vpnbook.com is great alternative with unlimited bandwidth!!!

Works great watching moviebox app on the iPhone over 3G (O2 block them normally).

Use a free one at the min, but not always reliable.

Switch to GB, a lot faster.

thanks free version stopped working for me, was actaully going to pay dont need to until dec now

Nice offer... Little disappointed that their product is only for Windows, Mac and iOS devices, which rules out using my Linux based boxes.
But still a great deal.
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