Protect your privacy online with a versatile VPN [Deals]

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Stay anonymous and secure online without losing access to any of your favorite content thanks to this powerful VPN.
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If you’re reading this, it’s a safe bet you go online. Unless of course you’ve discovered a new and exciting way to read digital articles without connecting to the internet…in which case, please get in touch with us. Otherwise, you’ll want to protect your connection to the web. And one of the best ways to do that is through a virtual private network, or VPN. A good VPN will keep your identity and activity anonymous, while bypassing common headaches like regional content restrictions. Right now, you can get premium VPN protection through VPNSecure for just $39 at Cult of Mac Deals.

VPNSecure uses Smart DNS technology to bypass pesky location restrictions preventing you from getting your favorite shows and movies from Hulu and Netflix. Channeling traffic through a global network of servers in around 50 countries, they assure users that none of their activity logs are recorded. They also hide location and IP addresses, and encrypt all traffic so that hackers can’t access your data. That makes VPNSecure perfect for torrenting. Plus, you can connect up to five devices at the same time, with a ‘Stealth VPN’ option for added anonymity. That’s just a few of the features, definitely check this deal out in greater detail if you’re interested in protecting your online life.

Buy now: Get lifetime access through VPNSecure for $39, that’s a whopping 91 percent off the usual price.

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  • ChazzariSafrai

    WHY ISN’T THIS NOTED AS AN ADVERTISMENT?? “Daily deals” sounds like a intro for a legitimate reviewer’s ideas. How stupid of me to think this is a cheesy way to hide the advertising that probably permeates every single word dropping on this site-O’Grady and Mac Rumors at least state their sponsorship, but then, with the UK and its higher costs for everything involved in this pound green journalism, we know there’s probably a AA sponsor waiting for whoever is staff over there!!
    SInce they don’t answer the fact that average speed of your computer will drop about 70%, that you can’t use a VOIP or Time Capsule, and oh, the fact you’ll have technical problems that you either pay through the nose on an event basis or wait days for a non-native English speakiing CSR to write back undecipherables. GOOD CULTING LUCK!!!