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If you need a VPN, then it’s worth paying for one. I suggest you choose one that:

  • Does not sell your browsing history to raise revenue
  • Has been reviewed/tested for resistance to cyber-attack

Why that last one? Here’s an example:

In one “comprehensive study of almost 300 VPN apps downloaded by millions of Android users from Google’s official Play Market finds that the vast majority of them can’t be fully trusted. Some of them don’t work at all.”

Majority of Android VPNs can’t be trusted to make users more secure

Since many of the providers studied are cross-platform, these results are likely true for devices other than Android as well.

Having said that, ExpressVPN is a good choice because:

  • It does not sell your browsing history to raise revenue
  • A reputable firm (Bishop Fox) has evaluated its security and gave it good marks

You can read their review here:

The Bishop Fox VPN Guide – Choose the Right One for You

Here are some additional blog posts I’ve written on the topic of VPNs

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