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Hope our readers enjoyed our last VPN giveaway, the winners were announced a few days again. Didn’t win or missed our last VPN giveaway? Here is another chance! Our partner Invisible browsing VPN is giving away 15 premium accounts valid for 3 months. ibVPN is a VPN service that allows Internet users to surf the Web invisibly and securely, to bypass filters and access blocked websites. All the programs will automatically work via VPN so that the highest level of security and anonymity is provided. The free accounts provides access to US, UK, DE, CA, IE, CH, FR and NL servers.
If you already have access since you are able to access ChinaHush, then do it for a friend, tell them about it or enter to win one for them.
Same rules apply, all you have to do is write a comment for this post below. That’s it! Be creative in your comments, I will pick the winners in the next 2 weeks or so till 15 of them are selected. Remember to use your real email address when commenting, it will be used to setup your account.
Don’t want to wait and try your luck? Just get ibVPN Premium accounts from here starting at only 4.95 USD a month
1. Which VPN protocols can I use?
We are currently providing PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) and OpenVPN so you can choose which one to use. Check out the compare page for more details.
2. I note you have servers from several countries. Do I have to choose which server to use, or can I use all of them?
According to the package you purchased you will be provided access to certain servers. You can not use all the servers at the same time. You have to choose a specific server when you set up the VPN connection and use one connection at a time. You can disconnect from that server and connect to a new one anytime you want. Unlimited switches are allowed.
3. Which protocol should I use? OpenVPN? PPTP?
PPTP is easy to setup but is less secure than OpenVPN. For high security and privacy you should use OpenVPN. Check out the compare page for more details.
4. I heard PPTP is less secure. Can you confirm it?
Most common implementations of PPTP provide various levels of authentication and encryption that are similar to typical VPN products. Still, for 99.9% of users PPTP provides more than adequate security. Just make sure that the password you set is a strong one and don’t share it with others.
7. Do you keep logs?
8. If I use a VPN, my privacy is guaranteed?
9. I’m going to another Country, can I use Skype with VPN so that Country cannot monitor my Skype?
VPN uses secure and encrypted tunnels to route your traffic through a server. This will make Country unable to monitor Skype or other traffic.
10. How do I setup my account?
Please take a look at the HowTo section of our website. Here you will find the tutorials describing the steps you need to follow for configuring ibVPN on your Operating System. Both PPTP and OpenVPN tutorials are available.
11. How do I cancel my subscription?
Enter into your account (use the following link http://www.ibvpn.com/billing/clientarea.php to enter your client area). Go to the “My products and services” area and press the “Request cancellation” button.
12. How do I get a refund?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and state the reason you ask for the refund. We do have a 10 days money back guarantee but we appreciate your feedback. We are constantly working on improving our service and the suggestions we receive from our customers and evaluators is very important for us in this respect.
13. How do I uninstall ibVPN?
– To uninstall (delete) the VPN connection (PPTP) follow the steps: disconnect, open Internet Options, Connections, select the VPN connection and click Remove.
– To uninstall ibVPN OpenVPN go to Start> All programs> OpenVPN (click to expand)>Uninstall OpenVPN
Winners are selected with in their comments, congratulations! You will be contacted by ibVPN by email shortly. Don’t be sad if you didn’t win, stay tuned for the next opportunity
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