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LimeVPN Review – Should you Use or Avoid?

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You know, I like LimeVPN—it’s a smaller and lesser known VPN that still gets a decent amount of appreciation from folks like me who like a sturdy underdog.

If you’ve been searching for VPNs, you may have come across this strange “LimeVPN” name. Now, you’ve also probably noticed by now that it hasn’t really shown up in the news. What gives?

Well, let’s just think of it this way: no news is good news. LimeVPN has no controversy. You can look up reviews and you’ll see some good and some bad, like any other service, but there’s nothing newsworthy about what is running smoothly, and this is as true for VPNs as it is for international law.

In this review, I’ll talk about this less famous, underdog VPN in some more detail. There are some weaknesses, but overall, I’m happy to say it’s a worthy candidate for most people.

Sounds good right? Well, let’s find out why.

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NordVPN Review – Based on my Experience

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Alright, I’ll state the obvious here, the reason you’ve probably come to this article in the first place.

The internet is a phenomenal invention, something that has given us more and enabled more of us than we could have ever imagined. It has also dealt some arguably mortal wounds to privacy.

Fear not—some of the new things we’ve gotten from today’s technology aren’t only things that kill our privacy, but services that protect it.

Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, are some of the most popular options for maintaining online security and it’s not hard to see why. They don’t require you to do much work—just download some software and carry on with your life.

And one of the most popular VPNs? Yeah, it’s hard to not see the name NordVPN when you’re looking up what VPNs to use.

How do we know it’s reputable? Is there any piece of validating news, are there any neat articles to go on?

Go to the NordVPN homepage, and you’ll be immediately greeted by a list of outlets that have endorsed NordVPN:  Wired, BuzzFeed, Forbes, the Guardian, BBC, and more. Additionally, they take special pride on a few pages in noting PCMag has named them an editors’ choice.

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PureVPN Review: Pros and Cons after 4 Months of using!

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It’s 2018. Many of us take it for granted that privacy on the internet is essentially dead, and it’s hard to shake the feeling that only those who are deeply tech-savvy can protect their identity well.

But, the other benefit to today’s technology is that a lot more is available than before. Some of these new things are tools to protect your privacy.

If you’re looking into personal privacy, it’s hard to not come across VPNs.

And if you’re looking into VPNs, it’s even harder to not come across PureVPN.

Arguably one of the most known Virtual Private Networks, PureVPN has even been talked about in the New York Times—author Quentin Hardy describes how it uses “state of the art technology to encrypt internet traffic.”

Sounds good, right? An easy way to be secure online, hooray!

Of course, it’s never that simple. Let’s take a look at how PureVPN really compares to its hype.

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Windscribe VPN Review: Pros and Cons after 3 Months of using!

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DailyBeast calls it “the online privacy tool you should already be using.”  Techradar calls it “one of the best free VPNs around.” Dig around a little more and you’ll see a lot more praise.

Windscribe has only been around since July 2015, but in the last two years it’s become one of the most acclaimed VPNs around.

Clearly there’s a lot of good buzz about Windscribe, and it’s coming in at the right time.

Its summer 2017, and online security has never been more important. From the Snowden leaks in 2013 to the Russia-Trump stories that dominate the news, cyber security has become an increasingly relevant topic to the climax that is right now.

And if you think cyber security is a big deal for nations, you’d better believe it’s a big deal for you—an individual that is not armed with powerful intelligence agencies for protection.

Sure, you may not have a foreign head of state breathing down your neck…but then again you might. There is a host of parties interested in your data, and even if they’re not, there’s a plethora of reasons to keep your information well protected.

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