Monday, February 1, 2010

VPN Service: Free For A While

A generous friend has setup a cluster of secure VPN servers in USA and is now offering the service for free for a couple of months to test the systems out.

If you don't know what a VPN is, it stands for Virtual Private Network; basically, you connect to the Internet, then to a VPN server and all your Internet traffic goes through that server.
Since the servers are in USA, you can access all websites that require you to be in the US, like Hulu online streaming site, watch copyrighted videos on youtube, and a lot more!

I've been using it for a while now and it's great!

You can now subscribe for free and enjoy the service. It works on Mac, Windows & Linux. To join, simply send an email to: promotion [theAtSign], with subject vpnod.

An account will be automatically and instantly created for you where your email is your username and the password is autogenerated by the system. You'll also receive instructions on how to set it up on Windows.

If you need help on how to set it up on Mac or Linux, let me know. (Anonymous comments are enabled).


vinnie said...

Sometimes you do need a vpn or proxy in the US to access certain content
I really hate that, regional stuff what r they trying to imply by that? The internet is supposed to be free all the way all the time whereever u r
2 months u say huh?

MBH said...

My buddy didn't specify a time frame for the free offer. It could be 1 or 2 months.