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Save over 85 percent on a lifetime subscription to this renowned security service for any of your devices.
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May 31, 2018
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Nowadays, it's common knowledge that VPNs are the go-to solution for anyone looking to surf the Web without their ISP, the government, and shady agencies looking over their shoulder. However, what most users don't realize is that many VPN providers still keep logs of their users' browsing movements, effectively throwing any semblance of privacy out the window. CyberGhost VPN, however, is one of the few that maintains a strict zero-logging policy, and right now lifetime subscriptions are on sale for over 85 percent off.

Reeling in nearly six million monthly site visitors, CyberGhost VPN holds its users privacy paramount by encrypting their browsing movements with tough-as-nails 256-AES bit encryption. You can surf across the globe with access to over 1300 servers and enjoy unlimited traffic and bandwidth to get the most out of your online browsing. Plus, CyberGhost's dedicated database helps block malicious content online, adding another layer of browsing protection.

CyberGhost VPN subscriptions are on sale for a limited time. Right now, you can sign up for a lifetime plan for only $84.99, saving more than 85 percent off the usual retail price, and use code CYBERGHOST15 for an additional 15 percent off your purchase.

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