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From TechHive: How a Netflix subscriber used VPN to thwart Verizon’s streaming slowdown

Through VyprVPN, the stream achieved Netflix’s maximum download rate of 3000 kbps. Read the full article: How a Netflix subscriber used VPN to thwart Verizon’s streaming slowdown

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From ExtremeTech: How to use a VPN to boost your Netflix performance – even if you’re not a Verizon customer

The system has degraded to the point that yes, it now makes sense to buy a service like VyprVPN because it’s the only way to actually use the bandwidth you buy in the manner you see fit. Read the full article: How to…

reddit Gives Every Employee a VyprVPN for Business Account for Secure, Private Online Communication

Employees Use VyprVPN for Added Security While Working on Public, Unencrypted Wi-Fi

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BGR: What one savvy Verizon customer did to get decent Netflix streaming

Connecting through VyprVPN, he managed to significantly increase streaming speed, reaching “full speed at 3000kbps (the max on Netflix), about 10x the speed I was getting connecting directly via Verizon. Read the full article: What one savvy Verizon customer did to get decent…

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From Ars Technica: “Verizon made an enemy”: FiOS customer mad that Netflix works better on VPN

Nederkoorn connected to VyprVPN and got a 3Mbps stream, which is what Netflix recommends for standard definition video. This is “about 10x the speed I was getting connecting directly via Verizon,” he wrote. Read the full article: “Verizon made an enemy”: FiOS customer…

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From The Verge: How one man bypassed internet congestion and fixed his Netflix streaming

Nederkoorn began using a virtual private network, or VPN, which could essentially act as a virtual ISP that would route the traffic he requested from Netflix through a different set of connections than the ones being used when he went through Verizon. Read…

VyprVPN for Business to Encrypt Canonical’s Remote Workers’ Internet Connections

Employees on the go at the Company Behind Ubuntu Use VyprVPN for Added Security and Privacy While Collaborating with Colleagues MEGGEN, Switzerland, June 12, 2014 – Golden Frog, a global privacy company, today announced that Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu and the leading…

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From Deadspin: Your Ultimate Guide To Streaming Every World Cup Match Live

We endorse VyprVPN, which now links you into 36 different countries—including Brazil itself. Read the full article: Your Ultimate Guide To Streaming Every World Cup Match Live

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From InformationWeek: Another privacy threat: DNS logging and how to avoid it

VyprDNS is built into Golden Frog’s VyprVPN service — when you connect with VyprVPN, all DNS activity is handled on Vypr/Golden Frog servers. Read the full article: Another privacy threat: DNS logging and how to avoid it

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From Forbes: On Hotspots, Hackers Aren’t the Only Ones After Your Private Information

Golden Frog, operators of the VyprVPN service, established a standard for others to emulate last week by deploying it’s own VyprDNS service promising zero logging. Read the full article: On Hotspots, Hackers Aren’t the Only Ones After Your Private Information