OkayFreedom VPN Software  - 1 Year Premium FREE (RRP: £29.95) - Surf the net from any country, privately!
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OkayFreedom VPN Software - 1 Year Premium FREE (RRP: £29.95) - Surf the net from any country, privately!

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Found 27th Jan 2015
I have personally used this for 6 months now, I can honestly say this is a fantastic piece of software. It runs very minimal in the taskbar and allows you to select various countries or the fastest connection.

The free version is great, but this offer enables 1 year of Unlimited traffic. (The free is 500mb traffic max)

1. Enter email and receive a premium code.
2. Download the free version here: okayfreedom.com/
3. Enter the premium code in the software. Done!

Info:
-Access websites blocked in your country
-Use all of your favorite websites when abroad
-Access the web securely – even in public hotspots
-Surf the Net anonymously
-Protect your privacy on the internet

Tip: The download will be from download.cnet.com/, to avoid their adware;

1) On the first screen untick next to where it says "Install Yahoo Toolbar" and decline offer,
2) On the second screen decline offer,
3) The next screen should be the Okay Freedom T&C, click to accept and install.
- intime

34 Comments

Hey sweet deal, heat added but does it support p2p?

I tried it the last time it was posted and the speeds were pretty bad. 3Mb or so and I'm on 240Mb

Posted few times earlier with different promotions. Nice find..

You shouldn't need software to use VPN

xdaminis

You shouldn't need software to use VPN




it makes it a lot easier

I was needing a VPN this will be a good test on reliability on streaming from the USA.

Unless anyone else knows a better VPN for streaming US sports channel ?

Works good with Netflix usa.

It is any better than 'Private Internet Access' (PIA)?

Do OkayFreedom keep logs which would allow someone to match an IP-address and a time stamp to a user of the service? (eg: if presented with a Court Order to identify users suspected of copyright infringement)


doctor_vadgers

Do OkayFreedom keep logs which would allow someone to match an … Do OkayFreedom keep logs which would allow someone to match an IP-address and a time stamp to a user of the service? (eg: if presented with a Court Order to identify users suspected of copyright infringement)



I hope all keep logs even if they say they don't to save their back sides if time ever comes to going court for all those weirdos online.

Is this worth having over something like Hola? Why so?

morocco1

Is this worth having over something like Hola? Why so?


Hola doesn;t work for me on Netflix. VPN works just fine. The only trouble is, once you turn on VPN, all traffic from your computer will go through that VPN, so it maybe troublesome if you only want some part like NEtflix to go through VPN

Rangnarok

Hola doesn;t work for me on Netflix. VPN works just fine. The only … Hola doesn;t work for me on Netflix. VPN works just fine. The only trouble is, once you turn on VPN, all traffic from your computer will go through that VPN, so it maybe troublesome if you only want some part like NEtflix to go through VPN


best thing for that is to get a chrome extension called zenmate - it is just for the browser when you want it and works with netflix

kiish

I hope all keep logs even if they say they don't to save their back sides … I hope all keep logs even if they say they don't to save their back sides if time ever comes to going court for all those weirdos online.




You mean like those damn weirdos in China or North Korea who want to access the internet websites such as REAL news sites without fear of being traced, beaten up, improsoned or murdered for finding out what is really happening in the world ?

BurmanP

Hey sweet deal, heat added but does it support p2p?



try this and free dont download software just use the page

proxybunker.co.uk/pro…tml

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I have Sky Broadband that only reaches max speeds of 2MBs - (yes, it was a shock) but even with this running in the background I find the speeds still very good.

hey i'm a little confused it said i have 500mb like you said but after i input the code it says i have 5gb left

Can this be installed using the same code on multiple machines? If not can you just get numerous codes using different e-mails?

Pays your money (or not) take your choice.

I've been using FrootVPN now for a while and never had a problem.

No recommendation - just alternatives peeps might like to look at

doctor_vadgers

Do OkayFreedom keep logs which would allow someone to match an … Do OkayFreedom keep logs which would allow someone to match an IP-address and a time stamp to a user of the service? (eg: if presented with a Court Order to identify users suspected of copyright infringement)



BurmanP

Hey sweet deal, heat added but does it support p2p?



If its free don't use it for torrenting.

If you're looking for ones that allow torrenting, there's some here - torrentfreak.com/whi…15/
Edited by: "buyer101" 28th Jan 2015

site isn't working for me. did hotukdeals kill it?

this puts cookies on your pc if you read the t&c

grooveyguy

hey i'm a little confused it said i have 500mb like you said but after i … hey i'm a little confused it said i have 500mb like you said but after i input the code it says i have 5gb left


+1 signed up and installed and entered code - 5gb. Used 400+ mb watching one Netflix program and then you have to pay (only a few dollars).

wmccull

I was needing a VPN this will be a good test on reliability on streaming … I was needing a VPN this will be a good test on reliability on streaming from the USA.Unless anyone else knows a better VPN for streaming US sports channel ?



HOLA Browser Plug-In .. TOR Web Browser .. TAILS Web Browser .....

There are 'others', but these are ones I know of for sure off the top of my head? lool. :-)

doctor_vadgers

Do OkayFreedom keep logs which would allow someone to match an … Do OkayFreedom keep logs which would allow someone to match an IP-address and a time stamp to a user of the service? (eg: if presented with a Court Order to identify users suspected of copyright infringement)

BurmanP

Hey sweet deal, heat added but does it support p2p?


Thanks for the reply, I already use Privatevpn.com as they keep no logs - was mainly asking for the benefit of others. That VPN review on Torrentfreak is essential for anyone looking to find a good provider - however, being a paid-for service doesn't guarantee anything more or less in terms of anonymity oO

http://torrentfreak.com/huge-security-flaw-leaks-vpn-users-real-ip-addresses-150130/

May want to read and check, if this affects you

If want a no log secure, consider https://cryptostorm.is/join

HUGE SECURITY FLAW LEAKS VPN USERS’ REAL IP-ADDRESSES
BY ERNESTO ON JANUARY 30, 2015 C: 106
NEWS
VPN users are facing a massive security flaw as websites can easily see their home IP-addresses through WebRTC. The vulnerability is limited to supporting browsers such as Firefox and Chrome, and appears to affect Windows users only. Luckily the security hole is relatively easy to fix.

The Snowden revelations have made it clear that online privacy is certainly not a given.

Just a few days ago we learned that the Canadian Government tracked visitors of dozens of popular file-sharing sites.

As these stories make headlines around the world interest in anonymity services such as VPNs has increased, as even regular Internet users don’t like the idea of being spied on.

Unfortunately, even the best VPN services can’t guarantee to be 100% secure. This week a very concerning security flaw revealed that it’s easy to see the real IP-addresses of many VPN users through a WebRTC feature.

With a few lines of code websites can make requests to STUN servers and log users’ VPN IP-address and the “hidden” home IP-address, as well as local network addresses.

The vulnerability affects WebRTC-supporting browsers including Firefox and Chrome and appears to be limited to Windows machines.

A demo published on GitHub by developer Daniel Roesler allows people to check if they are affected by the security flaw.

IP-address leak


The demo claims that browser plugins can’t block the vulnerability, but luckily this isn’t entirely true. There are several easy fixes available to patch the security hole.

Chrome users can install the WebRTC block extension or ScriptSafe, which both reportedly block the vulnerability.

Firefox users should be able to block the request with the NoScript addon. Alternatively, they can type “about:config” in the address bar and set the “media.peerconnection.enabled” setting to false.

symonds1

+1 signed up and installed and entered code - 5gb. Used 400+ mb watching … +1 signed up and installed and entered code - 5gb. Used 400+ mb watching one Netflix program and then you have to pay (only a few dollars).


Same here ! i thought it was unlimited traffic !

title should be changed then

Too find an VPN that don't keep logs, chances are your going to have to look to the computer underground. 99.5% all keep logs. Also not sure why people are concerned about log free, if NSA for example ask for access, they get it.

Is this good for when you want a ham shank without people knowing?

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soulreaverbny

site isn't working for me. did hotukdeals kill it?



Still working!

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OkayFreedom is adware and sticks popups within Google Chrome with adverts for the sites you visit.
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