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IproVPN is the Best Netherlands VPN Provider

by jessicabiel460 on 2021/03/16 01:18:57 PM    
Anyone whose looking for a secure Dutch IP should try IproVPN. It’s a fast and secure Netherlands VPN that offers you an ultra-secure internet experience and unblocks international content.
by notaLamer on 2021/03/17 12:57:19 AM    
This is blatant ads for a malvertised service. Let me explain.

You offer the following connection protocols: IKEv2, L2TP, PTTP, OpenVPN. 2 of them are not secure. Or can you explain to me how the advertised "AES256" encryption works with L2TP?
Don't take my word for it, here Microsoft themselves say that it uses "3DES" for encryption, which is based on the long broken "DES" from the 1970s (sic!) and 3DES is from the 1990s, yet it's too incredibly insecure and broken.

Further, if you care about privacy, why did you embed Google's analytical and tracking services on your website? Do you really want me to believe you care one iota about privacy and that's not just stupid marketing lines?

Or what about the Russia-based VPN servers you have? Conveniently you don't explain the fact that all kinds of Internet Service Providers must capture all traffic and keep it for months as required by law. Are you somehow exempt from the definition of "communications operator" that requires one to retain data for at least 6 months?

I won't be waiting for an answer, because you'll never come back. Last but not least because you have nothing to answer.

My opinion: Don't use this VPN.

PS: Do you offer port-forwarding that's crucial for Bittorrent? You probably don't.
by antonino on 2021/04/02 11:57:12 AM    
I prefer good-old Avast. Works like a charm.
by notaLamer on 2021/04/06 05:24:40 AM    
Oh please. The same Avast that spied on the users to sell their browsing data?
by Guest on 2021/04/26 07:15:11 AM    
Hi notaLamer,
What VPN do you use?
by notaLamer on 2021/04/29 02:48:46 AM    
Hey guest. My answer is in this thread, replies #4 and #6:
As a follow up read this port forwarding discussion:

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