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Tor Guard is a fast no logs VPN service (billing logs are kept, but this can be avoided by paying with Bitcoins).Which country’s jurisdiction it falls under is somewhat unclear (parent in Nevis, HQ in US), but it seems to have things in hand.Though this number is only a third from the previous year's statistics, the notable continued loyalty of Black Berry's fan base is admirable just the same.However, there is no denying that Black Berry's smartphone business is in dire straits.Notably, the location of its latest store appears to be targeting the demographic that made Black Berry such as huge success in the past - the business market.

But for Blackberry users, the big news is that Nord VPN now supports the IKEv2 protocol.

Tor Guard runs obfsproxy-based stealth servers to evade censorship firewalls, offers SSH tunneling, and provides detailed server information. Visit Tor Guard » is a Malaysian VPN service that supports IKEv2 and provides a detailed setup guide and video tutorial for Blackberry devices.

The 30-day money back guarantee sounds good, but you should note that it is limited to 10 GB of data. It keeps no usage logs (but some connection logs), and allows up to five simultaneous connections.

Black Berry's smartphone business might be on its last legs, but its loyal fanbase has earned the respect and admiration of analysts and critics alike.

Indeed, over the years, a number of loyal Black Berry fans have stuck to their aging handsets and resisted the move towards more mainstream mobile platforms such as i OS and Android.

The Canadian firm's fans include notable personalities too, with U. The celebrity has even previously stated that she buys old Black Berry units off e Bay in order to make sure that she has a steady supply of the classic, beloved handsets.



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