Often it can feel like you're battling the company you pay for internet service to use that service, a problem that's gotten so bad it's become a risk to public safety. Fortunately, managing your internet connection and protecting your privacy is as easy as signing up for a 2-year subscription to IPVanish, one of the top-rated virtual private networks (VPN). You can get it on sale for just $69.99 (reg. $263).
A VPN works by rerouting your internet traffic through one of its servers. This makes it impossible for your ISP to track your usage, since the only thing it sees is your connection to the VPN. CNET wrote, "It's fun, fast, and flexible. We recommend IPVanish as a configurable choice for users who are new to VPNs."
IPVanish encrypts that connection with a 256-bit algorithm that hides your IP address and any data that goes through the server, especially when you're connecting to public networks or guest networks. So when you connect, anybody trying to view your data or meter your connection are locked out, and a zero-logging policy ensures no data is collected.
Easy To Use
IPVanish offers an unlimited device plan with simple-to-use apps for every platform, so you can set your entire family up easily and quickly. You also get your choice of VPN protocols, including WireGuard®, IKEv2, OpenVPN, and L2TP/IPsec, so you can configure your network your way. It also provides antivirus and malware protection, so even your less tech-savvy family members can connect with confidence.
You can also use it anywhere you go, with over 1,900 servers in more than 75 locations across the planet. If you've ever dealt with a streaming service being "geofenced" while you're on vacation, you can simply log into IPVanish, pick a server within the fence, and start watching. IPVanish even avoids using automatic diagnostics, so it won't collect data you may want to keep private.
Get a a 2-year subscription to IPVanish for $69.99 (reg. $263).
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