Seed4.Me VPN - 6 Months Promo Giveaway
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Seed4.Me VPN - 6 Months Promo Giveaway

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Found 21st Mar 2017
Surf the web anonymously, mask your location, making the geo-IP address different from the real one, so no one can trace you. Seed4.Me VPN for Windows, Mac OS, Android, iPhone and iPad also unblocks sites that are normally restricted in the area of your current location.

All Features:
Really simple setup
17 countries to choose from
Unlimited traffic
Connecting directly from the application
Single account is valid for all your Android, iOS devices and computer
Multiple languages support: English, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese
Automatic and manual connection switch in iOS
iOS 10, Android 4, 5, 6 and 7 compatible
Windows XP 64-bit, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 compatible
Mac OS compatible

More Info: Product Homepage, About, Support, Setup Guides, Blog.
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    6 Comments
    Just downloaded and it actually works with Netflix!

    Not the fastest VPN, but seems to do what it says on the tin

    Heat added!!
    It's now not working with Netflix. Seems only certain IP's aren't blocked...takes a while to find one that'll work
    Wow, the excitement died down within 30 mins?X)
    after you created the account there they do offer a standard way to connect: https://seed4.me/pages/setup#l2tp-setup

    Anyway - VPN outfits basically see all your traffic.

    Just like when you are warned to know exactly which free wifi hot spot you connect to when you are out and about - some are just people tracing your activity collecting logins and passwords.

    VPN providers can easily use a number of man-in-the-middle SSL attacks to let you believe you are connected securely to your netflix or bank account, but they can see all the activity and gain control of your accounts.

    Don't do anything on the VPN that requires you to provide your login - the risk of a future government sending you to prison for visiting the Green Party website is less than having your ID stolen by people working at or compromising VPN providers.

    Your ISP is more trustworthy. (Doesn't make them actually trustworthy though)
    It seems really weird that a free VPN plummets in the minuses without any real reasoning in the comments.
    to provide vpn services it costs money and if they're not getting it from you where are they getting it from?
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