Please guys, this was not an ad.
I do not work for TorGuard. nor do I represent them in any way. But yes, I do custom Network Security development for research corporation environments, around the world, for a living.
Since the first beta version of Windows XP, and virtually every Windows server platform, ~1999, till now. Including Linux in many/most of its stripes, colors and striations. Linux kernel 5.xxx now people!
The list of commercial vpn companies that we have tested over the last 10 years is extremely long. Their failings, and, obvious to us, the idea of profit taking over research investiture, being of most importance.
Short list for now, each with years of paid accounts for testing, some still active: Keeping in mind that OVPN is fallible now, far too slow, and has become legacy in the real world: But most of these companies spend more on advertising and GUI, than they do networking research.
All for an extremely uneducated public that still compares a DNS leak to a drippy faucet:
HideMyAss, HotSpot Shield, TunnelBear, ExpressVPN, Nord, Speedify, PIA, Zoog, WindScribe, BulletProof, Mullvad, CyberGhost, IP Vanish, VYPER, etc.ad nauseum,. And TG.
We have our own servers world wide. Over 50, Both dedicateds and VPS slice based. We’ve been testing many platforms, including TOR (and its continuing fallibleness), custom RADIUS OCSERV, WireGuard, and many others, all, since alpha. And of course we have our own corp kenel based classification VPN installation scripts that are challenged 24/7.
The reasoning behind my first comment was for the benefit of all those who might have listened to mazinoz. He was completely in error, then dissed GL with it
Something that was not going to just get by here. Neophyte behavior notwithstanding.
Quite frankly, ‘Network Security’ should be a mandatory class beginning in the sixth grade.
Please for your own sake, don’t be lazy, or a whiner. Do your homework.
OK, now? What is the best VPN to work with the AR300M. You tell me.