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Posted 20 January 2013 - 13:14
This looks good https://www.cryptip.com
Posted 20 January 2013 - 16:19
Posted 20 January 2013 - 17:31
Id like to use VyperVPN but it doesn't accept my card and no paypal option either!
(only need a VPN for Skype really because people keep using Skype IP grabber and booting my net ;s)
Posted 20 January 2013 - 17:43
If its just going to be for skype have you thought about using a free service? There are a few out there, i believe hotspot shield give you 10gb but that waa a year or more ago so might of changed, then i hear Hamachi is popular too if it was just for skype like you said id be looking at a free option rather than a paid service if its going to be used for other things then sure pay! lol
Posted 20 January 2013 - 19:16
It hard to find service which works on Mac recommend any ones for OS X?
Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:21
Posted 25 January 2013 - 21:59
VyprVPN is the VPN service connected to and offered by the Giganews Usenet service, although it can be used completely standalone. In common with many other providers we contacted, VyprVPN acknowledged receipt of our questions but then failed to respond. We’ve included them here since they have such a high-profile.
The company policy says that logging data “is maintained for use with billing, troubleshooting, service offering evaluation, [Terms of Service] issues, [Acceptable Use Policy] issues, and for handling crimes performed over the service. We maintain this level of information on a per-session basis for at least 90 days.”
On Usenet forum NZBMatrix several users have reported having their VyprVPN service terminated after the company processed “a backlog” of DMCA notices which pushed them over the “two-strikes-and-out” acceptable use policy.
So, does VyprVPN log? You bet.