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TigerVPN Lifetime Subscription

By: on April 03, 2017
$29
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When the internet "launched" part of its appeal was the privacy and anonymity we could enjoy while using it. Fast forward 20+ years and many of our primary concerns now are the lack of privacy and anonymity we have when we browse the web. VPNs, software that helps keep your online activity hidden from ISPs and other prying eyes, regularly secure corporation networks and grant individual web users an unmonitored experience, plus access to geo-restricted websites (e.g., YouTube videos in countries that don't have the copyright to host them.)

For a limited time, Tiger at Work is offering up a lifetime subscription to its TigerVPN for just $29, a promo you may find particularly appealing with chatter about online privacy growing louder since Congress' reversing of an FCC privacy rule last week. The rule prohibited internet service providers (e.g., Comcast, AT&T) from collecting, sharing, and selling their users' browsing data, but as of March 29, 2017, it is a rule no more.

TigerVPN might be only a short-term solution to internet privacy--surely if ISP giants want something, and it's now legal to mine, they'll figure out a way--but for now installing the watchcat on your iOS, Android, Mac, and PC will give you military grade encryption and privacy protection, and unlimited access to any of 15 VPN nodes across 11 countries. Additional TigerVPN features include:

  • High connection speeds--up to 10Gbps connectivity
  • Native apps for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS
  • Freedom of protocol choice, including OpenVPN, L2TP, IPSec, and PPTP
  • Shields you from other VPN users with a NAT Firewall

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