Monday, December 20, 2010

Question: Are you using either Usenet or VPN Services?

Do you use either Usenet or VPN services currently?

Hey Readers,

I'm curious - are you using either a Usenet newsgroup provider, or a VPN service provider?  If so, which provider are you using for the service?

Giganews, VyprVPN, StrongVPN, Easynews, NewsDemon, TuVPN - another service provider?...

Thou shalt secure thine connection before traveling
Doesn't really matter if it's a pay or free provider, of either service.  
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I'm trying to figure out what is actually in use out there.  I can look it up all I want, but I figure asking you readers is just as effective.

Is this how you get security on the net?
Please let me know in the comments!  Yes/No (to either service), and who is the provider...THANKS!

**bonus - if you're willing to comment on how the service is, in your opinion, that would be AWESOME!**

15 comments:

  1. I'm going to try the last solution...

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  2. The last solution should work perfectly. Much cheaper.

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  3. You can easily telnet into Mordor, their firewall couldn't even keep a couple of hobbits out.

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  4. haha telnet. When I was a student studying 3D animation, I would use telnet to remote into my university's server. Could control render settings and export projects all through a 14.4 k modem lol

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  5. uuuhhh i dont think i use either

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  6. I've used CyberGhost VPN, but it's kind of a pain to log into, and I don't like seeing sidebar ads in German. But it is free, so there's that.

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  7. hahah i wonder how much protection that can handle? ;)

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  8. The last pic is probably the oldest pic on the internet =P

    Keep it up!

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  9. Not using any VPN or usenet. Should I?

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  10. @Sucio - hey those are all 3 good choices there brother! Thanks for writing and linking to each of them. That's exactly the kind of feedback I'm looking for friends!

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