Find Some Privacy with Privatoria VPN: Lifetime Subscription

Wouldn’t it be great if there were an easy way to make all your communication, surfing, and file transfers safe on your network? It would make you life much easier, wouldn’t it?

The good news is that there is a great way to do that with Privatoria VPN: Lifetime Subscription. It will help all your data stay safe while you go about your business. Don’t worry if you’re not very technical – you don’t need to be. And Privatoria will never keep logs of your activity. Everything will stay safe, secure, and confidential.

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  • Take your pick of more than ten worldwide servers and encrypt all of your traffic
  • Both hide and change your IP from nefarious individuals such as hackers and spies
  • Unblock geo-restricted websites in more than sixty-three countries and watch Netflix abroad
  • Protect things that matter such as passwords, bank account info, and credit card details
  • Use TOR without additional software to double encrypt traffic
  • Secure text messaging, voice calls, video calls, and data transfer
  • Use 256 bit AES e-mail encryption to safely send emails
  • Every ten minutes dynamically change TOR locations
  • Store data and messages securely
  • Add more protection with Privatoria’s private DNS
  • Transfer data with 24-hour self-destruction (If not downloaded, files will self-destruct)

Don’t waste time! Get a lifetime subscription to this service today for 97% off at just $29!

Privatoria VPN: Lifetime Subscription

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2 comments

  1. I don’t mind paid for articles but you owe your readers a statement, at the very top, declaring that. I understand that a site needs to make money and honesty/transparency goes a long way.

    Having said that, you left out OS support. I would never consider a VPN service without strong Linux and Android support, for starters.

  2. I agree with Miguel’s comment, “Native advertising” should be mentioned as such on top of the article. The problem is that if mentioned it’s no longer “native advertisement” and if not it remains falsified information.
    There is nevertheless one workaround which is for a website to refuse such practices, because I believe that, users being increasingly educated about the 1,001 tricks found on the Web, native advertising hurts far more the reputation of a site then it brings income, it’s a loser’s deal.

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