Save on privacy protection with our Labor Day VPN sale, your choice of 5 services from $34

From government agencies to malicious hackers, there are many hidden threats to your privacy online. If you want to lock down your private data, it’s essential to use a VPN. Right now, you can save on digital defense in the Labor Day VPN Sale at 9to5Toys Specials with deals from $34. Head below for the entire lot.

VPN Unlimited gives you access to over 400 servers in 70 locations around the world, making it perfect for streaming. You can protect five devices on one account, and all your traffic is dead-encrypted. Lifetime access is now just $34 with the coupon code LABORDAY15.

If privacy is your main concern, GOOSE VPN is a great option. This service has a strict no-logging policy, and your data is protected by 256-bit encryption. You can protect an unlimited number of devices and there’s no bandwidth throttling. You can grab lifetime access now for $34 with the coupon code LABORDAY15.

Trusted by over 41 million users, ZenMate VPN provides top-level security with minimal fuss. The service offers impressive speed, while the browser extension lets you switch between server locations in seconds. ZenMate also has a strict no-logging policy. Lifetime service is now $42.50 with the coupon: LABORDAY15.

For easy-to-install protection, Windscribe VPN is difficult to beat. This service uses an encrypted tunnel to protect your data. It works on pretty much any device, and once again, there’s a no-logging policy. Order now for $58.65 with the coupon LABORDAY15 to get lifetime service.

NordVPN has received outstanding reviews over the years thanks to a great mix of features. Your traffic is double encrypted (SSL 2048-bit) for total security, and you can choose from an incredible 3,521 servers in 61 countries around the world. You can currently get three years of unlimited protection for only $99.

You can follow on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google+ or like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all the latest from Apple and the Web.