Opera now offering a free Built-in VPN in their Dev browser.

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  1. mgrev
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    Now, The Opera browser (Currently only on the dev preview) is offering a built in VPN service with no limits. They say they are going to keep it free of charge, and this means a lot to many people.
    The Opera Dev preview can be downloaded from here: http://www.opera.com/developer
    To enable VPN, go to the browser settings, then go to the security tab, and check "enable VPN"
    Opera currently offers tunneling through Canada, Germany and USA.
     
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    I really like what opera does..i just hope they dont become a Chinese company... nothing against Chinese people but the Chinese Goverment is bit dodgy.. yes the west is not perfect but you know that saying.. better the devil you know.
     
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  3. Joom

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    Neat, but I don't trust a VPN I don't control myself.
     
  4. mgrev
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    I don't think they will become a chinese company. I think they'll stay in Norway.

    Gotta love your own country sometimes.

    I'd trust Opera, since it's pretty well known.
     
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    So are many other VPN providers, but that still doesn't mean I trust them. If I'm using a VPN, I am the only one that I want seeing my activity.
     
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