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VPNGhost keeps you completely anonymous while browsing the Web

Online privacy may seem elusive, but this service offers complete protection.


Christine Burkson


Posted on Apr 21, 2016   Updated on May 26, 2021, 10:06 pm CDT

It might not feel like it, but browsing online is a very public activity. From snooping government agencies to the weirdos lurking on hotel Wi-Fi, there are many reasons to protect your privacy. 

VPNGhost lets you stay anonymous online by routing your browsing traffic through masking servers. The service does not keep records, while offering unlimited bandwidth and fast connections—ideal for watching all the unlocked geo-restricted content you want.

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Setting up the protective software is really simple. VPNGhost works with Windows, OS X, Linux, Android, and iOS devices, and installing the client is a three-step process. The service hides your IP address and location, making it virtually impossible for anyone to track or monitor your connection.

VPNGhost has servers in the U.S., UK, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Singapore, Australia, Japan, and Russia. You can access local content while abroad, streaming video from players such as Hulu and iPlayer. This means you’ll never again miss another episode of Game of Thrones while on vacation.

The no-log policy is also an important feature. While authorities can request data from any web service, VPNGhost has no records to surrender. Folks with a distrust of the NSA should definitely take note.

You can currently get a VPNGhost lifetime subscription via the Daily Dot Store for the low price of $25. This covers two devices, with updates included. Sign up now to save 71 percent off the regular price for lifetime privacy protection.

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*First Published: Apr 21, 2016, 12:14 pm CDT