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    • Idiots, a VPN stands for vibrant penis nigga. It acts a defense against hackers because everyone knows hackers ain’t gay and they sure as hell aren’t black. (This message was approved by Obama)
      Incred 7 sep
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    • The only one I've seen that had a good explanation was Michael reeves when actually showed how it encrypted all of your data and what it exactly does
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    • I’m more interested in keeping it from my ISP who happens to have bought out every governmental body that’s supposed to be regulating them.
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    • If you say data, you're a loser. Data is the right way to say it
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    • Vpns just steal your data themselves.
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    • Vpns do not accomplish shit for 99% of use cases. Every site uses tls encryption. I don't know a single one that doesn't. Only i, as a programmer, truly need a vpn and know what it's actually doing for me. And it sure as hell isn't "protecting my data". Oh I guess its also nice if u live in china
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      Kaze_ 7 sep
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    • A VPN does nothing special to protect your data. It just makes it very slightly more difficult to find the origin point of a connection, making it very slightly more difficult to hack you. But guess what? No hacker with the tools you hack you cares about your data unless they can get tons of money
      pantsuit 7 sep
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    • VPN does help a bit tho not fully if the hacker is obsessed enough with your information lmao
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    • Hackers AND the government
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    • Look at when Michael Reeves does it cause he actually knows wtf he's talking about
      SulVur 7 sep
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    • Doesnt vpn also send a free gun to your house
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    • Just use Windows 10 defender and Malawarebytes free v 4.1 and scan your pc sometimes, you should be good. Also also, just dont download shady things from shady places. One exception is cheat engine, which I did download from the offical place, and yet, I got adware. Like chromium, avast, super fast-
      Larry_8 8 sep
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    • VPN+Tor is about the closest you're normally gonna get to being anonymous/safe unless you have a pretty good grasp of the IT field to be able to really do some coding snoons.
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    • That’s why I only trust tape recorders
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    • Some say data, others say data.
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    • Vicious Penile Nanobots
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    • VPN ads make me so mad lmao scaring normies into buying something they dont fuckin need
      iRenamon 8 sep
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    • VPNs do not secure all data. Only the traffic!!! Think of it like this, you send a letter in the mail, the address on the letter is encrypted, but not the data in the letter. This creats a secure encrypted tunnel between two networks.
      Viruz 8 sep
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    • You data the exact same way the pronouns Data in Star Trek. Plain and simple.
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    • Um I'm pretty sure I know how VPNs work, I went to 9 years of computer medical school.
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    • because penis
      pimann 7 sep
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    • GLaDOS_ 7 sep
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    • A VPN stops hackers from getting YOUR data!
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    • The ONLY thing a VPN is good for if you're living in a western, first world country is that you can see region-blocked stuff, like anime or the original Office.
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    • VPNs be like: “haha yes buy our services because meme youtuber. Please ignore that all our servers are located in the 14 eyes”
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    • Is VPN and anti virus worth it
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    • Me when people say data :(. Me when people say data :)
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      Cloncoco 8 sep
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    • Honestly, in my opinion I think if VPNs worked like the companies say they do the government wouldn't allow them to exist
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    • VPN is bs. They definitely sell data otherwise the couldn't be in other countries like china
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    • I will never get a VPN from the popular ones. Since most give you a month free but then lock you into paying for two years with a contract you “agree” to.
      Clark_ 8 sep
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    • yea lmao they dont do any of what they say. all it does is mask your ip, and sometimes encrypt your connection.
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    • More like ddos component
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    • kitboga's video : "VPN companies are lying to you" is a great video that explains the extent you have to go to in order to effectively use vpns
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    • I say D A T A
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    • The other use of a VPN is to still connected to your network when you are not physically in your network. So say you go to Hawaii but need files from the main share. Use a VPN and your computer thinks it's in the office
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    • Hackers stop my data?
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    • Meanwhile anime YouTubers like "darn, don't you hate when your totally not technically illegal streaming site doesn't have a region-locked show?"
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    • EVERY VPN ad ive ever seen blatantly lies about what it actually does. Some of it is true but most of it isnt. Tom Scott has a great video explaining whats true and what isnt
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    • I wanna watch the nfl and I was gonna buy a subscription to nfl Sunday ticket but the team I want to watch gets blacked out because I live to close to them. Would a vpn work I. Hiding my location so I won’t get blacked out and can watch my team?
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    • I tried breaking an encryption and it was pretty tough I couldn’t do it
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    • I signed up for a VPN and got my data stolen within a week 🙃
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    • But if you have Nord the hackers will still get your data
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    • Michael reeves showed how it worked the best as he actually showed the data being encrypted
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    • I only use it to pirate shit
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    • Got nord vpn and now illegal bitcoin gamble like a boss
      _Lua 8 sep
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    • Idk why we needed this but we prob do
      squish19 8 sep
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    • You should watch Tom Scott’s video on the concept as he’s an expert in the subject as well as being a great orator.
      noonmire 8 sep
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      jervvvvvv 8 sep
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    • Why the fuck is VPN ad viruses so common now? The VPN only takes your ip and changes it
      Skeek 8 sep
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    • Datur
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    • Do vpn actually work I have one I just use to use US Netflix(I am Canadian) but do they actually protect data
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    • Don’t forget “wanna watch Canadian Netflix?”
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    • How much cp do you think passes through Nord's servers?
      JWDriver 7 sep
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    • That's why you dont use a free VPN, or you can just make one yourself off a server you anonymously purchased.
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    • Hacker no hacking
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    • Sounds like a VPN sponsorship, I dunno
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    • I’m gonna take this for is I ever somehow get large enough to for a sponsor
      CanadaEh 7 sep
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    • Why do I care if some hacker wants to look at my wank bank
      Mizar 7 sep
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    • Isn't it funny that even with a vpn you can still get ddosed
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    • Cyanide and Happiness be like
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    • Nah it made it seem more like the government or corporations won’t be able to look at my browser history
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    • And watching Netflix australka
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    • If they didn't explain it like that the hackers would get them
      Kaze_ 7 sep
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    • yea
      d_nkers 7 sep
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