How to Use VPN: 98+ Ways

James Cooper

Risk Manager of all things connected via an IP. Experienced in penetration testing and red teaming.
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You might already know the basics of what a VPN does, masking your IP and letting you surf the World Wide Web with a mask to rival Michael Myers. However, that is barely scratching the surface of what a VPN can do.

Here is an exhaustive list of fun things you can do armed with a strong VPN:

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VPN Services Case Study: 9/51 Won’t Respond to Your E-mails

Andy Michael

Reviewed over 62+ VPNs. Specialized in network forensics, IoT and big data analytics. Former security consultant at ISC.
Andy Michael

Could you imagine waiting 94 hours for a reply?

That’s what happened to us…

This post is a case study on VPN services response time. We will go through the 51 most popular VPNs and reveal how long it takes to get an e-mail reply.

How Long Are You Willing to Wait for an Answer?

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Netflix VPN (39/53 Work)

James Cooper

Risk Manager of all things connected via an IP. Experienced in penetration testing and red teaming.
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Looking for a VPN that works with Netflix?

VPN access for Netflix has, like other streaming services, allowed users to view content more securely.  In this post, we tested 53 VPNs and reveal both blocked and unblocked VPNs.

VPNs That Work With Netflix (39/53)

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DNS Leaks (22/53 VPNs Leak Your Data)

James Cooper

Risk Manager of all things connected via an IP. Experienced in penetration testing and red teaming.
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For starters, let’s dig into the meaning of DNS – Domain Name Service.

According to Stanford University DNS is the network service that maps Internet domain names to numerical IP addresses.

Seems easy, right?  To put it in an analogy, it serves as a phone book for the Internet by translating human-friendly computer hostnames into IP addresses. For example, www.example.com translates into the addresses 93.184.216.34 (IPv4) and 2606:2800:220:1:248:1893:25c8:1946 (IPv6).

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Study: VPN in China (Only 7/51 VPNs Work)

Andy Michael

Reviewed over 62+ VPNs. Specialized in network forensics, IoT and big data analytics. Former security consultant at ISC.
Andy Michael

The Internet is restricted in China. Most popular blocked websites include Google, Facebook, and more than 10,000 domain names that the Westerners are using freely.

The best way to gain access to the World Wide Web is to use a VPN.

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