A VPN is something we definitely recommend using, not least as one way to help keep yourself safer online. There are lots of reasons why you might want to use one, but there's a fair bit of choice out there.
That's what we're talking about down in the Windows Central forums.
|Who It's For||Everyone||Everyone||Everyone||Everyone|
|Free Version?||7-day Money Back||3-day Trial||30-day Money Back||7-day Money Back|
|P2P||Allowed||On P2P Servers||Allowed||Allowed|
But sometimes it's best to hear from folks using all these different products, day in, day out. Different users will have different priorities, so community feedback is always important.
So, if you're using a VPN you particularly like, or maybe one you wouldn't recommend others use, be sure to drop by the forums thread below and share the wealth of your knowledge with us.
Windows Platform and all the vulnerabilities
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2. Protecting your online security and strengthening your online privacy when abroad.
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