ExpressVPN

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EXPRESS-VPN

ExpressVPN is a virtual private network service offered by the British Virgin Islands-based company Express VPN International Ltd. The software is marketed as a privacy and security tool that encrypts users’ web traffic and masks their IP addresses.

ExpressVPN has released apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, and routers. The apps use a 4096-bit CA, AES-256-CBC encryption, and TLSv1.2 to secure user traffic. Available VPN protocols include OpenVPN, SSTP, L2TP/IPSec, and PPTP.

ExpressVPN’s server infrastructure encompasses 148 VPN server locations in 94 countries, covering a big part of the globe thereby allowing people from across the world to gain equally great performance irrespective of where they are situated.

ExpressVPN’s users have come across many issues because VPN connections are affected by a myriad of factors that impact on the speeds or accessibility. We strive to offer our readers the best solutions to fix ExpressVPN issues.

One of the most common issues was covered in the article ExpressVPN won’t work with Netflix and we offered 9 solutions to fix that.

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