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The Internet can be a dangerous site. From hackers and spies to malware and viruses. There are numerous tools available to help you defend yourself. Two of the most sought-after are virtual private networks (VPNs) and antivirus software.

VPNs ensure digital privacy by hiding your IP address and encryption of data packets. Antivirus software acts as network and device security in removing and repelling malware threats. Although it is possible to obtain both standalone and bundled services some antivirus companies offer VPN services as part of their suites.

While bundling can be convenient but it may also restrict functionality and add costs. VPNs that are packaged with antivirus software can have limited servers, data limits, and lack advanced features such as a kill button. On the other hand, standalone VPN providers usually offer a more comprehensive experience with a wider range of security features.

PIA offers a full suite of antivirus software that provides real-time and on-demand virus scanning, cloud-based updates for malware definitions, comprehensive security reports and protection against spyware and other threats like trojans and rootkits. Its VPN is compatible with both mobile and desktop devices with zero logs, a split tunneling policy and supports 10 simultaneous connections. This combination of VPN and antivirus is perfect for those seeking complete security. Stand-alone providers can provide security solutions that are superior or comparable to the ones provided by PIA.