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    Quote Originally Posted by FLWildMan View Post
    I'm sitting in an airport in Texas at the moment, and I attempted to log in here to FCC via the airport wifi.

    I get a firewall message by SonicWall saying that this website is blocked because it is a website about weapons. SonicWall is a very common and prolific firewall server system that many many ISPs use.


    What kind of horse**** is this?


    I had to use my VPN to get on.
    This just happened to me while we were staying at Disney Springs and while connecting to wifi in disney parks. I was trying to read some articles on Cheaper Than Dirt blog and it would not allow me, said it blocked the site. BS, if not for young kids who love Disney we would not be back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArthurDent View Post
    I’d like to learn more about vpns. Any good intros?
    I use ExpressVPN. It's worked flawlessly for me so far. Many options as to where you'd like to 'appear'.
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    That's what you should use when traveling anyway. Just my opinion.

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    Deleted duplicate posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLWildMan View Post
    As far as I'm concerned, this is the best bang for the buck:

    https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/
    ^^^ That's the one I've been using the last 2 years. EXCELLENT! But it always pays to shop around each year at renewal time, just as you would for cellular service or car insurance.
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    I have been using IPVanish for the past year and a half and it works well on all my devices. I think the deal was about $3 a month based on a 2 year payment.

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