Free Giganews VPN Service Added: Monday, March 22nd, 2010
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It all started in last December when the well-known Giganews Usenet service started to offer all its customers, who were subscribed to its “Diamond” account, absolutely free VPN service named VyprVPN. Initially there was a VyprVPN beta version rolled out, and since then many bugs concerning speed and connection have been successfully fixed. The fascination of it came with the fact that this VPN service provides you the same level of speed, security and privacy that you would expect from your Giganews Usenet service for the lifetime of your account – a $14.99 value free if your have Giganews “Diamond” package.
The best part of it is, of course, anonymity, as we live in the times of “three-strikes” legislation being implemented in a number of countries (the rest are contemplating though). Customers can also encrypt their real IPs in order to protect themselves from hackers, identity thieves, and especially from wrathful copyright owners.
I believe that many of you use the services of some Usenet newsgroup provider, as I do, no matter what its name is. Among all them, Giganews is most often chosen thanks to its long data retention period, now coming up to fabulous 575 days.
How does this system work? Easy. It replaces your IP with its own IP address dragged out from any of numerous VPN Clusters worldwide. VyprVPN encrypts all your traffic coming from the Internet, this includes e-mail, newsgroup traffic, web and instant message, between the VyprVPN Cluster and your personal computer. So encrypted tunneling provided by VyprVPN offers you privacy in newsgroup reading, instant messaging, e-mail, web browsing and all the rest, making you totally secure from Internet Service Provider. It also offers its users the ability to pick up whichever online identity they like more – a US or European one. The most important feature is still the protection from identity theft on any kind of connection – iPhone, public Wi-Fi hotspot, cable Internet or PDA. All the while you will still have access to all your favorite programs you use every day.
The picture shows the openness of your privacy without VyprVPN – all your content is potentially open and available to ISP, neighbors and wireless eavesdroppers, so you run the risk to bee spied by anyone on what you are doing online at the moment. On the other side, with VyprVPN all your data and identity are protected and you may relax and fell free to use your connection without any bounds. It seems to be not such a bad deal for those who are already Giganews subscribers or are looking forward to joining the team.
March 22nd, 2010Posted by:
Monday, March 22nd, 2010
|posted by (2010-03-22 20:44:53)|
|nice artical sam keep em comming|
|Nice article,will defiantly check it out further.|
|Nice finally some good news, thanks for the article.|
|posted by (2010-03-23 02:50:59)|
|nice article sam.|
|posted by (2010-03-23 16:21:29)|
|thanks SaM...i believe everyone should have an ip block....better safe than sorry|
|posted by (2010-03-23 18:46:33)|
|hmm....I dont understand ....is a free service or u have to pay 14.99 box ?|
btw tnx for sharing this ^^
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