I'm looking to get a VPN for when I travel overseas to access Netflix and some other US based sites. Is there a best VPN for this purpose or are they all about the same?
And it seems that a bunch of their customers passwords and emails were stolen recently too. They did bother to warn anyone about that one either.I however would steer FAR AWAY from NordVPN. The fact that Nord's servers were hacked a few years ago, and the company never bothered to tell anyone until just recently is throwing up many red flags.
The NordVPN accounts were stolen because of credential stuffing - it's really the responsibility of users themselves to not reuse the same login information everywhere.
I kind of like the concept of their VPN router, does anybody have any experience with this kind of thing? I don't care if it's a different companies product I'm just talking about the general concept of a router with a VPN on it.
Well it's not just TechCrunch. Arstechnica, Android police, Cnet and at least a dozen other sites have similar articles. I might believe that it's just TechCrunch being owned by another VPN if it was just them saying it, but there's just too many people with the same story to ignore.TechCrunch blew this info on purpose, since they are owned by other VPN provider.