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For a Safer Online Experience, Consider VPN

Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
Having confronted hackers in recent years, I've installed a VPN on all my devices.

Long and short, VPN means privacy at home, the office, and on cellular and public Wi-Fi networks.

The best bang for the buck is the one offered by Namecheap. I've compared it to others that cost twice as much and they don't offer anything better. Seriously.

Here's what it does:

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Apps are available for all major platforms: macOS, Windows, iOS, and Android. The service supports up to five devices on a single account.

So, yes, it's also a pitch, because we benefit from each sale, at least in terms of covering the cost of our dedicated server.

So please use this link:


Now back to our regular discussions.
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I use AT&T Mobile Security, which, in its slightly extra-cost version, sets up a VPN when you enter an unknown or regular guest store Wi-Fi network for safety. If you also want to browse safely and not be tracked, there is always the Tor browser, you know, the one they also use for Dark Web access. It hides your IP address for anonymity and it's free. But not as flexible as a regular browser.