VPN Unlimited vs CyberGhost
- Great for streaming
- Good for P2P
- Servers for torrenting
- Needs some improvements
- Lifetime plan
- Great for streaming and torrenting
- No logs kept
- Reliable and affordable
- Good for unblocking geo-restricted content
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VPN Provider Agrees to Block Torrent Traffic and The Pirate Bay on U.S. Servers
This is VPN Unlimited. I made a post about them recently. They have blocked all torrent traffic on their servers. They had already removed the US servers (San Francisco) from torrenting, but now they have blocked all of their servers
1 year ago
CyberGhost VPN has suddenly become very unstable
It hasn't always been like this, when I first paid for the VPN subscription, around April 2020, it was fast and I rarely ever experienced any issues, to the point where I just allowed CyberGhost to start a VPN when I booted up windows as it felt (more or less) like I was on my regular WiFi.
2 years ago
parents found out about me torrenting and are upset. How do I explain it’s not a big deal?
My dad wasn't mad or anything but he told me not to do that again because he didn't want our service suspended, which I understood. Long story short, don't use any free VPN. Only trustworthy ones are WindScribe and ProtonVPN, but Windscribe's free data is just for evaluation and Proton's free servers don't allow BitTorrent.
1 year ago
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