Question about VPN with multiple conections and law of SE/NL

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  1. snetcher

    snetcher Registered Member

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    hi!
    i have two questions.
    1-i have tried some VPNs and i need a VPN of course with no logs but with at least 2 simultaneous connections.
    if you can say me any VPN provider with that option.

    2-Is the law in Sweeden / Netherlands good (respecting) for use a VPN of that countries?

    thanks!
     
  2. mirimir

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    Re: Question about VPN with multipe conections and law of SE/NL

    Three VPNs that allow multiple simultaneous connections come to mind. One is Insorg (-http://safe-inet.com/en). It allows three, but only from the same source IP address. It has two-server and three-server routes, but Liberty Reserve is essentially the only "anonymous" payment option outside Russia. It costs $190 per year.

    The second is BolehVPN (-http://www.bolehvpn.net/). As I recall, it allows two simultaneous connections. It accepts both Bitcoins and Liberty Reserve (with other "anonymous" payment options in Malysia) but has only one-server routes. It costs $89 per year.

    The third is Private Internet Access (-https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/). It allows multiple simultaneous connections from (I think) multiple source IP addresses. It accepts Bitcoin payments, but has only one-server routes. It's somewhat more vulnerable to attack, in that it doesn't use TLS authentication, and doesn't authenticate clients with certificates/keys (just usernames/passwords). But it costs just $39 per year.
     
  3. ComputerSaysNo

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    Re: Question about VPN with multipe conections and law of SE/NL

    Well I know for a FACT .NL has the strictest phone wire taping laws on earth, they are really draconian. Not sure about Internet LAWS, but some of the most spam ridden & just plain dirty websites are located in .NL and some of the most notorious hosting companies are located there.

    SWE just past laws requiring all ISP's to log traffic, this doesn't extend to VPN's but it's a worry none the less. Some of the most spam ridden & just plain dirty websites are located in SWE too, stuff like animal porn is hosted @ PRQ.se which will host just about anything including wikileaks so you know they have either rocks in their head or balls of steel.
     
  4. mirimir

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    Re: Question about VPN with multipe conections and law of SE/NL

    Well, they were down for a while a few months ago after a police raid ;)

    They're just total free speech fanatics.
     
  5. snetcher

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    Re: Question about VPN with multipe conections and law of SE/NL

    ok, thank you both! i'll try Boleh :)
     
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    Re: Question about VPN with multipe conections and law of SE/NL

    Yeah more raids, I can only wonder what they were looking for. I can imagine the pressure they would be under.

    I'm glad there are people like PRQ.se in this world.
     
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