Proxy Server offers a decent but limited VPN service.
If you’ve used this provider’s free proxy before, you may feel it’s time for an upgrade from the speed caps and limited locations. Proxy Server Pro is a significant step up with its global server network, fast connections, and actual VPN functionality.
That’s right — Proxy Server Pro is a VPN, and its encryption is pretty good, too. You can go for either speed or security by switching between AES-128 and AES-256. OpenVPN configurations are possible as well, making it possible to install Proxy Server on other platforms than Windows and Mac, which are supported with native clients.
There are some issues, though. First off... read more
If you’re looking for cheap, basic VPN protection wrapped in a pretty package, Safer Web might be up your alley. But beware of the privacy concerns.
Based in the US, this VPN exposes you as much as it makes you anonymous. While Safer Web supports a wide array of protocols and 256-bit encryption, it also keeps user logs (including your IP address) and other sensitive info.
So, while you may be shielded from outside snoopers and other troublesome individuals, the risk of Safer Web handing over your stuff to higher powers is definitely there — and since they’re subject to gag orders, you may not even get to hear about it.
That said, if you’re simply looking for a way to unblock... read more
Shimo VPN is an excellent software program in every way. Although it’s not exactly a VPN provider per say, it is a company that provides VPN client for Mac OS users to facilitate VPN connections between the users and the VPN providers.
The concept is similar to that of OpenVPN and Viscosity. This means that we can’t evaluate it the same way we do with VPN providers. However, we’ll focus more on its functionality and advanced security features. ShimoVPN is capable of securing multiple VPN connections (up to 3 VPN connections at the same time) with up to 256-bit SHA encryption. It supports almost every major security protocol, including OpenVPN with UDP/TCP, CiscoVPN, L2TP/IPSec, PPTP, ... read more
TUVPN is a lesser-known VPN provider with its headquarters in the British Virgin Islands. At first glance, TUVPN gives a negative impression as a plain and mundane provider with limited features. However, as soon as we dug deeper into it, we found some interesting elements particularly when it comes to security and privacy.
With its base in the British Virgin Islands, TUVPN maintains high privacy standards by keeping no logs including activity logs. As for security, TUVPN commits to AES 256-bit encryption and supports a group of tunneling protocols such as OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec, PPTP, and SSH. OpenVPN is more secure, but if you’re a gamer, you may prefer PPTP as its faster. Using OpenVPN o... read more
In 2010 the French decided to create a VPN provider that is equally sophisticated as they are and launched VPNFacile. Now 2010 doesn’t seem like such a long time, but in these 8 years, VPNFacile came a long way. When we first looked into its network of servers, it seemed slightly limited compared to higher tier VPNs in the market, but when we dug deeper into the locations, we found that this limited network of servers has server locations equally dispersed throughout the entire globe.
These locations include countries that we have never come across with other providers. This gives VPNFacile a significant advantage when it comes to its users’ online privacy as it offers them a great va... read more
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