Need some VPN advice. There's a million of them out there, and so many things to consider, things I don't know anything about.
Some years ago I got myself a lifetime account on Slick VPN, and I'm wondering if it's OK, or if I need to spend more money on some other VPN.
@forteller I've never used Slick but NordVPN is pretty solid for me. I've heard good things about PIA too
@forteller I can recommend ProtonVPN. That's what I use.
@forteller I’ve really liked trust.zone. I’ve used it for two years already and I just renewed my subscription for another two; it comes out to about $30 a year
I'm personally using private internet access on linux and it runs perfect and probably the easiest install I've ever encountered:) Great price too!
@forteller +1 Mullvad
@forteller Another vote for ProtonVPN.
I'm using Private Internet Access. Have had no problems, and they donate money to privacy related causes.
I don't know about Slick, but I do know 'lifetime' anything in tech terms generally doesn't equate to the rest of your life. Better to gauge it by how much you initially paid by how much market value you get when it ends. A break even is a good enough deal to move on with.
I learned that the hard way with 'lifetime web hosting'. ;)
I would recomend airvpn Thay allow advanced configuration and they dont store logs
@forteller I’ve used ExpressVPN and NordVPN. Both are great but I switched over to NordVPN because of a $99/3 year deal.
@forteller Here’s a good comparison. https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-services-keep-anonymous-2018/
@forteller Mullvad is solid. They accept bitcoin and requires pretty much zero information when purchasing.