Did you know the two most important factors that users have in mind while choosing a VPN provider?
1. Anonymity – This is what most people use VPNs for – to hide their online identity. Sure VPNs are good at doing this. But what if the VPN that you’re connecting to, kept a track of your activities by recording your logs? This would defeat the purpose of a VPN.
2. Performance – Connecting to a VPN means routing your traffic through a different network. This could have implications on your speed and bandwidth.
I’m going to introduce you to a VPN that respects your anonymity while offering fast speed and unlimited bandwidth.
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Private Internet Access
Chances are that you’ve already heard about this highly popular VPN service – Private Internet Access VPN.
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Gigabit VPN port speeds
- 5 devices simultaneously on one account
- MAC OS X
- L2TP / IPSec
- SOCKS5 (Proxy)
One of the many good things about Private Internet Access VPN is the fact that you can choose what algorithm you’d like to use.
- Encryption – AES-128 / AES-256 / Blowfish
- Authentication – SHA1 / SHA256
- Handshake – RSA-2048 / RSA-3072 / RSA-4096 / ECC-256k1 / ECC-256r1 / ECC-521
Sounds confusing? Leave it to the default, and you’ll be protected with the best settings.
They’ve got so many flexible payment options (the max I’ve ever seen for a VPN provider):
- Credit Cards
- Gift cards such as Amazon, Walmart, BestBuy etc.
How to setup Private Internet Access VPN
1. Download VPN client
Download the Private Internet Access VPN client for your operating system: https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/client-support/
Private Internet Access VPN also connects without a client software, read How to configure VPN on MAC (no client needed)
2. Choose server
Enter your credentials and then choose the server that you’d like to connect to:
From the quick actions menu, choose the option to Connect.
You’re on an encrypted tunnel, as simple as that!
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