VPN. For work, we have one by default and if I'm at a café working on open source or anything else on my personal devices, I use a VPN as well. Currently I'm using NordVPN.
Having said that, 2019-10-21: NordVPN confirms it was hacked | TechCrunch, so I may need to look for a new VPN. 🤔 Suggestions welcome
Possibly not your thing, however I run my own VPN server in Azure using tinc and/or plain ssh tunnelling (SOCKS) on a small Debian VM.
I also ensure my browser forwards DNS lookups over SOCKS if I'm using that protocol, and my VM relies on Azure DNS - I could run my own dnsmasq based full DNS but meh.. at least it's out of the grasp of the local hotel / Cafe full of sniffers, etc.
Hello ! I already tested Mullvad VPN and i like it! It's 5$ per month.
Very easy to use.
You can pay with Paypal, credit card, Bitcoin and more !
I currently use PIA (Private Internet Access) but once my subscription is expired I will probably switch to Cloudflare Warp, unfortunately it seems that they only support mobile.
Sure, happy to help :)
First, this article will have you up in less time than it takes to read the docs from a commercial solution.
Second, you can do it for less than five bucks per month on a fast, private machine of your own that is on no ones radar:
This next article, recently updated, has been around a while, and points out added advantages and possibilities such as also having the convenience of your apps running via X on your remote, fast, and secure sever:
I hope that helps
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