Argentina Australia - Melb & 2 x Syd Canada - Mtl & Toronto France - 2 x Paris Germany x 3Hong Kong India Ireland Japan Netherlands x 3Panama Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore South Korea Sweden Switzerland x 2Turkey x 2United Kingdom x 2United States - Center Chicago United States - West 2 x Los Angeles United States - West San Jose United States - West Silicon Valley United States - East 2 x New York United States - East Washington DC Just received an email from Getflix - "Introducing Full VPNWe've got BIG news for you all!
We are happy to announce our new add-on, Full VPN - that is more powerful than any other available in the market.
You can also use Getflix Full VPN on any Wi Fi hotspots to secure your online activity from prying eyes.
You can use torrent/p2p safely as your internet traffic is encrypted when you are connected to our Getflix Full VPN networks.
I'm hoping to get a modem that supports VPN so that my NAS can go back to being my torrent box.
I have set it up on my mac mini – I had to do the L2TP Protocol as the PPTP kept connecting and disconnecting.
So in theory, we could see all your DNS requests (which webpages you visited, etc).
However, we do not log, archive or track any of this data except to provide support.
So I'm happy – means I won't have to renew my private internet access which I just signed up for (unless someone spoils the party and tells me they are logging data or keeping a record or something) Setup up the L2TP connection via Netherlands and blocked the connection to torrents (when VPN drops) via the link provided, everything appears to be working.For example the 2 Sydney servers are full VPN only, but the Melbourne server has Full VPN Smart DNS.Canada, Netherlands and Argentina are the 3 servers that have "everything" and out of these I'd suggest an Australian try Canada first due to the latency, or Netherlands if they are concerned about privacy (or actually will download a lot of torrents).it's more secure but the speed isn't quite as fast.Use this in any country with a data retention law, or where you are travelling and the hotel/mobile carrier has a copy of your passport. To quote:"Below are your VPN username and password details for both the DNS-over-VPN and Full VPN services." So no, it adds full VPN as well as DNS-over-VPN OK so there are actually 4 server types:1) Full VPN only2) DNS-Over-VPN only3) Full VPN with torrents4) Full VPN with Smart DNS5) Full VPN with Smart DNS and Torrents The service is still in beta so i'm sure these differences will be ironed out over time.