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Then you should check out Namecheap Blackfriday and cyber Monday deal: https://www.namecheap.com/domain-web-hosting-ssl-deals/black-friday


I actually both an SSL certificate for my site from namecheap Yesterday before discovering they issue a free SSL certificate for each every new addon domains - up to 50 domains per account.

Somehow it hurts, I know I bought the ssl certificate at a cheaper rate but seeing that I was issued another for free makes me think I might have used the money for something else:(


Anyways, you should checkout today's deals


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I’ve been using Surfshark and i made my mind Surfshark after analyzing this comprehensive review https://www.bestvpnguru.com/reviews/surfshark-vpn/ for almost a year now and have been very happy with it. It’s fast and allows manual selection of a variety of servers around the US and the rest of the world. Last year they had a sale on Black Friday, so I’d recommend again check the recent massive Black Friday vpn deals from Surfshark and many other other top rated VPN providers again, and buy the best vpn on cheaper rates.

Moreover, I tried CyberGhost before using Surf and didn’t like it as much, it was slower and didn’t have manual server selection (only automatic).


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VPN is important part of today's online privacy. It is necesaary to protect yourself and your data from online threats and VPN is a main solution for it. That's why it's important to select a VPN provider such as Surfshark that doesn't keep logs. See all this detailed insights here https://www.reviewsed.com/surfshark-vpn-review/

Surfshark as it provides intact advanced security features and encryption level. In reality, if it's the spy agencies you're concerned about then you need something so much better than just a VPN and asking on public forums wouldn't be a smart idea either. I only care to provide advice as far as basic personal privacy is concerned.

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I always use forums. Like when I was in the USA, I would use slickdeals. There's many altruistic people that spend time finding deals for yo.

There's also websites out there that can track pricing like I use pcpartpicker for computer parts tracking previous+current.

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