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Best Offer aims at providing its customers with 5 star support with an exceptional all fiber network for their servers. has two data center locations one located in San Francisco and another is at Internap in New York + manages over 140 Servers in San Francisco and abo... read more >
Proxify is an anonymous proxy service which allows anyone to surf the web privately and securely. Unlike other VPNs and proxies, there is no complicated software to install or instructions to follow. Just choose how you want to access the service and follow the insturctions on the webiste. Through P... read more >
6scan is an automatic website security scan plugins. It protects you from hackers and other malicious or harmful scripts. 6scan performs a server scan using algorithms looking for vulnerabilities. If vulnerabilities are found, these are patched. 6scan also applies a firewall on your site. If any abn... read more >
Golden Frog capitalizes on the fact that Information Technology is here to stay and has contributed a great deal to revolution. Their vision is to share the full impact the internet can have on users by offering services relevant to them. By tailoring services and software to meet clients’ nee... read more >
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SurfEasy and TunnelBear are well-suited to beginners and casual users. Those who want the lowest cost possible will go with TunnelBear, since they have a free option. Opera browser fans will often like SurfEasy since it’s the same company. Express VPN and NordVPN are more explicit about not keepin...
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ProXPN works if you want to just browse for free since it gives you unlimited data and time. Hide My Ass works for unblocking region locks since it has many locations. TunnelBear gives you up to 5 devices for one account. Hotspot Shield is a lighter solution than the others if you’re worried about...
Published by Mitchell Wyatt 7 months ago in | +0 votes | 0 comments
PureVPN has wide compatibility, so it will appeal to those with esoteric devices. Private Internet Access is perfect for payment anonymity with gift cards. IPVanish is for those who want many country options. NordVPN deletes chat logs openly so they will appeal to those who want hardcore private sup...
Published by Mitchell Wyatt 8 months ago in | +0 votes | 0 comments
VPN4all is by far the best solution for file-sharers; since they’re Seychelles based operation makes court orders less likely. They also tend to actively OK file sharing. Vyper VPN and StrongVPN seem like larger operations, however, and have the advantages that come with that. VyperVPN has so...
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I am trying to roll my GV to my prodigy email account. However, when I try to add the Prod account to my GV account it says "it is associated with another Google Account." I have two google accounts and neither has the Prod as a primary or backup. I've tried and tried and can't find out anything abo...
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Last answer by Gavs 51 months ago: In my opinion, I think Avira is the best free antivirus. I have been using it for years, and I have never had any kind of issues. Does its job very well and I highly recomend it. read more
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Last answer by Justin Edwards 51 months ago: If you are satisfied with the protection it provided in the past then you may go for the new version. In my opinion, Kaspersky, AVG, Immunet, Avira, Norton, Avast etc. all are good for PC safety. read more
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Last answer by misskatrina 57 months ago: Hi Charrie! Yes, there is a way to filter your emails. I'll try to write a step-by-step guide for you here. 1. Login to Gmail. 2. Once you are logged in, click on the button that looks like a gear. It's on the upper right side of the screen, below your email address. 3. You will see a menu. Clic... read more
Asked by Charrie 57 months ago in | 1 answers