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Kaspersky 2021 VPN Security for 5 Devices 1 Year Digital License $19.99 @ SaveOnIT

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Kaspersky 2021 VPN Secure Connection 5 Devices 1 Year digital license @ 19.99 (Works out at $1.67 per month. RRP $45.99)

Digital license delivery by email with no shipping cost. Available only while stock last.

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Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection:

Provides online privacy, access to global content and super-fast browsing to help you explore the web securely. More information on Kaspersky's website

  • ENJOY LIGHTNING-FAST INTERNET – ON UP TO 5 DEVICES AT THE SAME TIME
    Enjoy blazing-fast Internet access while protecting your online data and communications, simply select “The fastest server” in the list of virtual servers to make your browsing experience speedy and convenient.

  • ENCRYPT YOUR ONLINE DATA SO IT’S SAFE FROM HACKERS, SPIES & SCAMMERS
    Kaspersky VPN (Virtual Private Network) technology creates an encrypted tunnel between your devices and our internet servers so nobody can read your online data – including your emails, chats, passwords, and bank details – even on public Wi-Fi, in places like cafes and hotels.

  • BROADEN YOUR ENTERTAINMEMT HORIZONS
    When it comes to streaming services like Netflix, the hottest new shows and movies can often premiere in regions outside your own. Explore the possibilities of bringing global entertainment to your devices with our borderless VPN.

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  • -1 vote

    Just a reminder to all; you really only need a VPN for use on public wifi, or to bypass geo restrictions.

    A big company like kaspersky is pretty trustworthy and have a free tier.

    Its ALWAYS a smart idea to have a VPN installed on every device (not in use; just ready to go) in case you find yourself needing to log into something at a coffee shop or a council wifi.

    • -1 vote

      I personally would not trust them.

      The 5 eyes posturing and all…. but I wouldn't trust the 5 eyes countries either! Or any of the extended eyes.

      Seek VPN recommendations here and elsewhere. You might want to see this video too

      • +2 votes

        In addition to the core nations of the Five Eyes Alliance, the existence of two other international intelligence-sharing agreements has been confirmed. These two agreements, known as the Nine Eyes and Fourteen Eyes Alliances, may not be as tight-knit as the Five Eyes Alliance, but they still have wide implications for internet privacy.

        Here is a brief breakdown of each of the three Alliances:

        Five Eyes: US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand
        Nine Eyes: Five Eyes + Denmark, France, Holland, Norway
        Fourteen Eyes: Nine Eyes + Germany, Belgium, Italy, Sweden, Spain

        actively and willingly participate in international intelligence-sharing.

        In addition to these confirmed alliances, it is also worth mentioning another handful of countries that have been caught or suspected of exchanging information with the Fourteen Eyes Alliance.

        Third Party Contributors: Israel, Japan, Singapore, South Korea

        t is strongly recommended that you do not choose a VPN provider based in a country associated with the Fourteen Eyes Alliance if you are concerned about online privacy.'

        While i'm fine with kaspersky in general not a fan of this and I don't use their vpn.

      • +1 vote

        I've had more than 15 years involved with Infosec.
        Like anyone who's actually concerned with security, I host my own VPN internationally.

        I deliberately didn't suggest them for anonymity for those reasons.

        But I'd suggest your fears, for my suggested use case above, are reverse.
        A country who is cooperative with the 5eyes is more likely to help each other, in the case of a national bank being compromised, or a medical record leak.

        Any 'anonymous' VPN also has the risk of not knowing who you endpoint is.
        Remember NORD? yeah…. I can assure you that's STILL not resolved…

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          yes those countries intelligence agencies will help each other but most have little interest in their people cept the very rich and powerful - case in point hacked panama papers - the secrecy after their release was very revealing….as was the lack of prosecutions…

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            @petry: On that level, sure. No argument.

            The area a common person needs to be concerned about though, is if their personal data is compromised, and how a local judge will handle that information.

            "I willingly connected my PC to an unknown one in Panama"
            Will be looked upon as reckless when compared to:
            "I used a security feature of this multinational corporation".

            If it gets to the point where you're asking the nation to reimburse your losses (more common than you'd think, on a national scale), you want a non tech-savvy judge to understand what you were doing.

            For all these reasons, i suggest a " big brand name" vpn be ready to go, on all your portables, for public wifi hotspots :)

            Not to hide yourself.

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    Hi OP, would you happen to know if I buy this and add it to my account, will it extend my current subscription another year?

    • +1 vote

      Hi,
      Yes you can use it to further extend the subscription. Alternatively you can keep the license and activate it when required. The license period only begins after activation. Thanks.

  • +2 votes

    Any deals for Internet Security?

    • +1 vote

      Hi,
      Thanks for the request. Here it is for limited qty only.

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        Nice. You seem to have dropped the price since this morning when I was on the verge of buying, got distracted, now got lured back and made a buy :)

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    Any feedback from fellow ozb's, regarding US Netflix/Prime access?
    And yes any deals on Internet security

    • +1 vote

      I use windflix, so far so good

    • +1 vote

      If you know the country you want to geolocate to exclusively, its almost always better and cheaper to rent a VPS, then wireguard into it.

      It requires a certain level of nerdery, but there's tens of guides. And it means you chances of being banned/denied is almost zero.

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        Thanks, Never care to learn about VPS till today.

        Will learn about renting a VPS and using wireguard.

        hopefully this can be done on a Google TV cast / Nvidia.

        • +1 vote

          Since it's a direct tunnel, that you're not sharing bandwidth with anyone else on; your speed impacts should be bare minimum.

          Absolute worst case scenario for uncooperative devices, is that you get yourself a 2nd wifi router, that supports wireguard or OpenVPN.
          You set that router to always use the VPN, and just broadcast a 2nd wifi connection (which is always on the VPN).
          Switch between them at will :)

          Hopefully not necessary, but hey, wifi routers are cheap or free if you don't care about quality\2nd hand; and a huge deal of them support at least OpenVPN.

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      Lol…If someone really wanted data fron you're pc they would be able to obtain it.

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        They can't with an airgap and tied to a Doberman while sinking Into a black hole.

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          I was about to say there has been some hilariously over the top studies about things like emf and light output; hell back in the day modems used to blink in binary of what they were receiving!

          But then you said black hole, and aint nothing getting out of there short of a Tardis.

  • -1 vote

    Can you throw 5 devices for 5 years $19.99.

    I will purchase straight away.:)