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VPN software is pretty much mandatory these days. If you connect to any network that you can't 100 per cent trust, then you need to have VPN access - plain and simple. PureVPN is a Hong Kong-based provider with over 750 servers around the world that supports a wide range of different VPN protocols. And we've got two great deals for PureVPN that are exclusive to Lifehacker readers.

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PureVPN support macOS, Windows, iOS and Android. And there are also browser extensions and a VPN module that can be installed on many popular routers. PureVPN says they don't log user activity and they also claim to allow access to overseas streaming video services.

If you're looking for a trustworthy VPN that won't break the bank, you'll be hard pressed to find a better offering than the above. Crucially, it has a Chrome extension that will let you watch US Netflix in Australia. Hurrah!

Five VPNs That Let You Access American Netflix

I imagine that upon first accessing the US Netflix library, most Australians begin to belt out the classic Aladdin jam “A Whole New World” - it truly is like stepping into an alternate, content-filled universe of TV and movies. Unfortunately, since Netflix cracked down on VPNs at the beginning of 2016, its been much harder to access the US library, but fret not! Here’s some reliable VPNs that will grant you a golden ticket to Netflix-and-chill-ville.

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    Um... both those links are 404.

      It's working for me. Try clicking again maybe?

        Working for me now at home, but didn't work earlier on my work PC.

    Interesting read about their logging policy. Suggest that you read the article before purchasing a subscription.

      That's old news mate, like from the stone-age. For one thing, I doubt whether you have had a look at their recent privacy policy. For the other, they always mentioned how they did not share any activity logs, just the time stamps.

      Don't get me wrong. What they did was in no way justified. However, seeing as how they said in the past that they keep timestamps, it doesn't come as a surprise.

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