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Ghacks Deals: Ivacy VPN: Lifetime Subscription (price drop)

Ivacy VPN is a popular VPN provider because of its more than 1000 servers in more than 100 locations in more than 50 countries, strict no user activity logging policies, support for P2P traffic and unlimited bandwidth promise. Customers get additional features of interest such as a kill switch, split tunneling support, or DDoS protection.

You can get a lifetime account for just $29.99 currently on Ghacks Deals which you may use on up to five devices simultaneously (you can extend this to ten devices on Ghacks Deals if you require more devices).

  • Lock down your browsing w/ powerful 256-bit encryption
  • Enjoy fast uninterrupted P2P file-sharing with complete anonymity
  • Quick-connect to 1,000+ servers in 100+ locations across 50+ countries
  • Get a dedicated VPN add-on for Kodi
  • Protect yourself against hackers, spyware, & government surveillance
  • Anonymize your online activity against spammers & identity thieves
  • Overcome ISP speed throttling & port blocking
  • Access region-blocked content anywhere in the world
  • Enjoy amazing Ivacy features on a range of compatible devices
  • Log in on 5 devices simultaneously

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  1. Adrian Kentleton said on May 5, 2020 at 11:13 am
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    Be warned; Ivacy’s offering if you wish to use OpenVPN with their .ovpn config files is very poor! I signed up for this deal in Jan 2019, and it has been a complete waste of money. At the time, there was an incredibly slow server in Switzerland, but now, apart from two in Russia (which I wouldn’t touch with a bargepole), all their available servers are in ‘Fourteen Eyes’ countries!

    1. Anonymous said on May 5, 2020 at 2:17 pm
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      I’m using it now for 1 month,it looks like openvpn protocol has been dropped in the desktop app.
      It has automatic,TCP,UDP,L2PT,IKEV

      I have to say the service has improved since I last used it in 2018.There is little to no drop in speed.
      There are servers outside those locations to choose from.

  2. h said on May 5, 2020 at 1:39 pm
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    I’m getting really p’d off at websites (many of which should know better, inc. this one) hawking “unknown” VPN and cloud backup vendors just to get some commission. At least have the decency to do a full review.

    This one looks like ####. Here’s a few issues found by just one review

    Few servers.
    Trouble connecting to some servers in testing.
    Nonfunctioning browser extensions.
    Lackluster speed test scores.
    No ad-blocking.

    1. Anonymous said on May 5, 2020 at 2:28 pm
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      Have you used the service or are you going take word of a review.I’m using it now for 1 month.
      There is a good selection of countries to choose from.
      The browser extension works,been using it in Firefox but it is limited compared to the desktop app.
      I have seen little to no drop in speed,better than when I last used it in 2018.
      Your browser does the add blocking not a vpn.

      1. Anonymous said on May 6, 2020 at 5:47 am
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        “Your browser does the add blocking not a vpn.”

        There are adbocking VPNs, used mostly for mobile devices that don’t have much adblock support in their spyware-infested browsers (Chrome, Edge, Safari).

  3. Anonymous said on May 6, 2020 at 7:36 pm
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    I subscribed to the Lifetime offer last year. The “Lifetime” is for 5 years and you are supposed to contact them to auto renew it for free. Also you never know if the VPN company will be sold to another company and the “Lifetime” may change or be void. Also of concern is that Ivacy is related to PureVPN which had its own issues: https://restoreprivacy.com/purevpn/

    Note that Ivacy now has specific servers for P2P using OpenVPN (none in USA). The speed for P2P may be slower since you may have to connect to another country. Several of their .ovpn files from their zip file are outdated (such as using CBC instead of GCM or point to a server that is no longer valid) and you will have to create your own updated .ovpn files or edit the old files. Their list of servers is on https://support.ivacy.com/servers-list/ (you have to click on OPENVPN tab)

    As of now, these are the servers supporting P2P:
    Belgium-Brussels-UDP.ovpn (virtual location)
    Denmark-Denmark-UDP.ovpn
    Germany-Frankfurt-TCP.ovpn
    Germany-Frankfurt-UDP.ovpn
    Netherlands-Amsterdam-TCP.ovpn
    Netherlands-Amsterdam-UDP.ovpn
    Sweden-Stockholm-TCP.ovpn
    Sweden-Stockholm-UDP.ovpn

    Ivacy e-mail support says Canada-Quebic City-TCP.ovpn supports P2P but it does not work when I test it; I also tried Canada-Quebic City-UDP.ovpn and it didn’t work for P2P. In USA the Sweden one seems to have the fastest connection (20 Mbps) as opposed to 5-8 Mbps for others.

    Ivacy also now sells port forwarding as a separate add-on; last year it was included. Ivacy chat support said that they do not have specific servers for port forwarding. Note that port forwarding does not provide a workaround for the P2P. I already tried with port forwarding for P2P on their non-P2P servers and it will not let P2P work.

    Ivacy .ovpn files work on Linux and Android. Ivacy has an Android app but I would give it 1 out of 5 stars; it works for basic functionality but sometimes it screws up your connection and you will need to reboot. The Ivacy Android app has extra “features” but they do not seem to work. Their app also contacts many other servers like Cloudfront and Google for reasons I do not know. Turn on a firewall and review the connections that Ivacy app tries to make before you even connect to their Ivacy server. Ivacy’s Windows app seems to work OK (although it loads slowly compared to Private Internet Access) but I haven’t reviewed its connections with a firewall.

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