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Avira Launches Phantom VPN for Secure and Anonymous Internet Access, Anywhere
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JennyBaron
JennyBaron,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/5/2016 | 4:10:42 AM
Like Avast purchse HMA
This become an industry trend that most antivirus providers buying or launching vpns and then added to their packages for extra security and anonymity. There are various reviews sites like VPNRanks also write an article about how antivirus provider merging the vpn industry. 
petewisdom
petewisdom,
User Rank: Apprentice
4/15/2016 | 7:56:17 AM
Re: Like Avast purchse HMA
I have had experience with most of the VPN providers on this list, vpnranked .com , but Nord is the only one that continues to work with Netflix flawlessly.

 
lorraine89
lorraine89,
User Rank: Ninja
11/16/2016 | 9:34:55 AM
Cyber security
I have heard somewhat mixed reviews about this one. Currently I am using PureVPN and I have been for the past 3 years and as of now it is going great for me, No issues with the connection speeds and login issues. 
lorraine89
lorraine89,
User Rank: Ninja
11/16/2016 | 9:36:50 AM
Cyber security
It is high time to take up the issue and secure our connection from being tracked by deplying reliable vpn server like PureVPN which offer great services at minimal costs. They have encrypted online connections which is good for security. 


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