zorlin at gmail.com
Mon Aug 21 19:14:42 AWST 2017
PIA is an example of what are generally called VPN services. Most VPN
services have extensive support for Linux - indeed 95% of the actual VPN
servers themselves are running on Linux machines!
If you're in the market for a VPN, do the appropriate diligence and read
reviews and so on. Private Internet Access as you mentioned is a great
option. I personally use OverPlay for my VPN needs.
Hope that answers your question. :)
On 21 Aug. 2017 15:14, "David Dartnall" <darts at dialix.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Alistair,
> Bill K has answered your question - I only learnt about that from my
> daughter last week. it's a paid service costing ~$5 month.
> On 21/08/17 12:51, Alastair Irvine wrote:
>> On Sat, 19 August, 2017 at 05:25:10PM +0800, David Dartnall wrote:
>>> It's some time since I posted here but thanks to plug tips and Ian
>>> Morrison from linuxium, I have Ubuntu on this little ideapad, and
>>> it's great. I can't remember my password but think I'm still a
>>> member. Anyway I wonder if any of us have some thoughts to share
>>> about a linux PIA - seems to be an interesting concept. I note that
>>> the recent global cyber attack seems to have little effect on Linux
>>> machines - maybe unnecessary?
>> Hi, Dave. What's a PIA?
>> PLUG discussion list: plug at plug.org.au
>> Committee e-mail: committee at plug.org.au
>> PLUG Membership: http://www.plug.org.au/membership
> PLUG discussion list: plug at plug.org.au
> Committee e-mail: committee at plug.org.au
> PLUG Membership: http://www.plug.org.au/membership
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the plug