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07.25.19
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The web can be a dangerous place, but that's old news. What is new is that protecting yourself from hackers, shady agencies and the like is way easier than you think, chiefly because of KeepSolid's VPN Unlimited and its lifetime plans, which are on sale for only $40 today.

For the uninitiated, a VPN routes your online traffic through an encrypted tunnel, basically giving hackers and snoops a big fat nope when they try to tap into your browsing. VPNs come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, offering different levels of coverage, compatibility and so on, but few can match what VPN Unlimited brings to the table.

VPN Unlimited gives you access to a wide range of VPN servers with more than 70 locations globally, including the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, and Hong Kong. You can surf on a variety of VPN protocols, like IKEv2, OpenVPN and KeepSolid Wise for the level of protection that's right for you and even access streaming servers for US Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, ESPN+ and HBO Now in countries where they're restricted.

And, unlike other VPNs that trade browsing performance for security, VPN Unlimited gives you the best of both worlds, letting you surf with no speed or bandwidth limits.

A lifetime subscription to VPN Unlimited would usually run you close to $500, but you can sign up today for only $40, saving hundreds off the normal price.

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