Do you, guys, have any VPN suggestions? I'm mostly looking for a VPN that doesn't throttle your speed, allows and encrypts P2P connections and is secure and reliable. I'm not quite sure what other more specific requirements I'm looking for, since I'm not too knowledgeable in this domain, but I'm nonetheless thanking you in advance :D

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    I like windscribe, I've gotten really good speeds with it
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    I have NordVPN and it's not too bad. Speeds are good and P2P works fine. Not sure it it's the best one out there tho.
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    @ScribeOfGoD I got PIA already, but I have a lot of problems with random disconnections needing manual reconnection. It's really annoying, especially when I need continuous data transfer. That's why I'm looking for a new one
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    Really, no MullVad or me mentions?

    Anyhow, I'd recommend MullVad. Good speeds, good technology and they even allow cash payments!

    Fun thing is that you don't need to (hell, you can't even on their site) enter ANY personal details to get an account, you just get a generated account number which you can use for free for three hours (you can technically repeat this forever but be nice). After that you can top up through numerous payment methods including sending them cash!

    If you want a privacy focused vpn provider I'd also highly recommend NOT to use any based in the US, as those have to follow any court orders issued by any intelligence agency (NSA, you call it) and since we know that this happens a lot (look at Facebook/google/apple/afewothers involved in the prism mass surveillance network which gives the nsa access to virtually anything a use does on those services), I'd highly recommend against using a US based service.

    I personally do run a mini vpn cluster but then, you need to have time and skills to set that up.

    If you'd have any more questions let me know! (you can also email me at ohai@linu.xxx)
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    @linuxxx I wanted to mention you but you beat me to it :p
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    Been using privateVPN since last year, mostly for streaming Netflix regional content. Works like a charm
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