Los Angeles, CA
reply to criggs
Re: Material Change in Terms
said by criggs:Given the limited selection of your hardware, yeah, I'd say a VPN service would be the way to go.
Those are locatable on the web through Google, I presume. I came across something which looks quite useful, reviews of the top ten VPN services at »www.bestvpnservice.com/blog/best···roviders . Are these what you're talking about? Does it look to you like picking one of these services may be the way to go for me?
New York, NY
Okay, so what I need to find is a decent VPN service, that will accomodate 40 gigs a month, and won't cost more than about $20 a month.
In addition, I need to pick a piece of VPN software that's recommended and reliable. (Of course, the VPN service might have its own proprietary software that I will need to use; not sure how often that's the case.)
With regard to VPN services, it appears that WiTopia and HotSpotVPN both have rather good reputations. And, with regard to software, in reviews from this year, SecurityKiss got a few good write-ups and ratings.
Well, those are starting-points at least. Obviously I could discover that one or more of those three products also suffer from negative reviews in some quarters, so this probably is the beginning of my search, not the end.