Torguard vs Strong VPN
- Great for torrenting
- No logs kept
- Paid with cryptocurrency not regular payment methods
- Expensive compared to other VPNs
- Custom plan for students
- Great for streaming
- Good speeds
- No issues with security
- Easy to use
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Internet provider coming after me for piracy… I always have my VPN on. Not sure how or why they are seeing any activity (I also rarely download anything or host anything)
I would suggest a solid client like TorGuard but of course you need to establish what’s leaking and why.
1 year ago
China Cracks Down on VPN Services After Censorship System ‘Upgrade’
I was in Shanghai last month & in previous years bypassing the firewall was not too much of a hassle. When I arrived in Shanghai for the holidays this year my old VPN provider didn't work anymore, plus they added DNS poisoning and bandwidth throttling. I actually upgraded TO StrongVPN, which seems to be one of the affected VPN services now.My conclusion was that it has become effectively impossible to run a western IT-oriented business from Shanghai
Show HN: My weekend project, tracking the services you can't have in Canada
I started out using OpenVPN as well. However, the speed and latency was always very bad even though my VPS connection is fast.After spending too much time trying to figure it out, I decided to just spend just $55/year and use StrongVPN. Added bonus, I can use StrongVPN on my iPad/iPhone!
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