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Protects yourself from malware attacks and spyware infiltrations on up to 10 devices.
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Cyberattacks on personal computers and smartphones have skyrocketed over the past few years, as hackers have become increasingly adept at stealing everything from your browsing history to your credit card information with just a few lines of code. FastestVPN is an award-winning service that safeguards your data and privacy without inhibiting your browsing speed, and a lifetime subscription is currently available for just $40.

This supremely fast VPN protects against everything from full-fledged malware attacks to more nuanced spyware infiltrations that can track your movements online. You'll be able to connect to over 70 high-speed servers around the globe, block unwanted ads, protect your connection with a NAT firewall and safeguard up to 10 different devices simultaneously, making it an ideal option for families. Since FastestVPN operates with a strict no-logging policy, it's virtually impossible for your browsing data to fall into the hands of a third party.

Protect your connections without compromising your browsing speed with a lifetime subscription to FastestVPN for just $40—over 95 percent off its usual price.

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