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Sponsored Why a VPN is useful when travelling internationally

Hvr

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I went for NordVPN a while back, for geoblocking purposes. Like to leave it on all the time (sorta for extra security),

I leave my NordVPN on continuously and have found a couple of sites that don't like it. GloBird energy was a challenge until I turned it off.

FlyerTalk doesn't like some of the servers. I simply disconnect and try again. Never had AFF reject a server, yet.

My biggest problem with NordVPN is the requirement to reenter the password whenever there is an upgrade or some other matter I've not been able to determine. With a password of 20+ varied characters it's a pain to have to carry it, even in a disguised format.
 

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thread bookmarked for future reference. ;)
 

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