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If you're still browsing the web without the protection of a VPN, you're leaving your devices open to an increasingly large number of powerful cyber threats that can compromise everything from your browsing history to your banking information.

But not all VPNs are created equal. While other VPNs lower your browsing speed in exchange for security, Ivacy VPN lets you surf the web unhindered while remaining completely protected. Lifetime subscriptions are available for over 95 percent off at just $39.99.

You'll be able to access a growing list of over 1,000 super-secure servers across the globe, protect your transfers with 256-bit encryption, and enjoy fast and uninterrupted P2P file-sharing with complete anonymity.

This subscription even lets you bypass those obnoxious content restrictions when you travel overseas—meaning you'll be able to keep up with your favorite shows on sites like Netflix and Hulu when you're abroad.

You also have the option of purchasing a 10-device package for $60, or a NAT Firewall addition for just $40.

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