PIA, mainly because I’ve heard a lot of good stuff about it, plus I got it with a discount from LinusTechTips, IIRC. And I’m paying CAD $80 every 2 years.
I also use and recommend ProtonVPN. I already use ProtonMail. I like that they have their servers in Switzerland, too.
OK, so far I tried ProtonVPN Free. I tried Mullvad and i tried Windscribe. Unfortunately My thoughts are not final. But i do not like them at this time. I tried ProtonVPN Free and it wasn’t doing what i wanted it to do. I also do not like it not having GUI app. Mullvad VPN did not even connect for me. so i do not like it. Windscribe didn’t work also. I’m more of a GUI app look guy. I don’t like CLI in regrades to using apps. Personally i could live with it but GUI would be best experience i think. The other thing is why it wasn’t working for me is i do not think full features where in Free and i had to buy premuim. Which i would have liked to see if it worked first without paying. But either way i would want GUI app with it in Linux.
Thanks Everybody. I’m still watching this post
Keeping on ProtonVPN
I came across this today and it completely nails the hypocrisy of the major VPN providers. Apologies if you don’t appreciate the sarcastic humor but I find it deliciously biting. TLDR - most major VPN providers are owned marketing companies that employ the same scummy tracking tactics that they purport to aid in blocking. Why am I not surprised?
That was Funny So i take it PIA is the best one since there less tracking.
Well - since PIA was just bought out - I’m not sure of what that will mean for them…
Just checked on PrivateVPN, which I’m using now and it has the classic stuffs as the others in the article… My subscription ends in less than a month and I think I’m going to test something else