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[Deal of the week] ibVPN subscription for 4 years deal at $59 for a limited time only!

If for security or privacy reasons (or whatever reasons really) you are already using a VPN and are looking for something better, bear in mind you can get a great deal for an ibVPN subscription for no less than four years. VPNs are usually used by people who want to keep their privacy intact when they surf the web by preventing their ISP and other people from getting in on their virtual fingerprint while confusing people looking to get access to their network. They are also useful when it comes to getting access to services unavailable in certain countries or on certain blocked networks.




Subscriptions-based services are pretty expensive, but you can get four years’ worth of ibVPN on StackSocial for $59. The usual package would cost you $69.95 a year, which means this deal is saving you a lot of money.

This subscription gets you access to more than 75 VPN servers from over 39 countries. Some of these support P2P, which allows you to share files and download torrents without ruffling anyone’s feathers. You can use the service on Windows, Android, iOS and Mac. You have 4 more days to get the deal.

Source: Stacksocial

General Security

Cisco Anyconnect VPN issues

I had to use cisco Anyconnect VPN client on windows 8 X64 and it was giving me errors. usually something like : “The VPN Client driver has encountered an error” when I was trying to connect.

well found the fix by stalking cisco forums.

  1. Go to the Windows 8 Start Screen by pressing the Windows key.
  2. Type regedit to initiate an application search, then press Enter to launch regedit.
  3. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\vpnva
  4. Locate the key DisplayName.
  5. Right-click this key and select Modify.
  6. #1 for Windows x64 and #2 for windows 32 bit :
    1. In the value data field, erase everything and replace it with Cisco AnyConnect VPN Virtual Miniport Adapter for Windows x64
    2. If you are running a 32-bit system, perform the same steps, but instead replace the entry with Cisco AnyConnect VPN Virtual Miniport Adapter for Windows x86
  7. Restart the Cisco AnyConnect client. The issue should now be resolved.

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