If you like to keep it simple, Hideman is an efficient and easy VPN perfect for those who are not tech savvy. Based in the UK, Hideman launched in 2012 with a cross platform support for Windows, Android, iOS, MacOS, and Chrome browser.
Hideman runs its own private DNS servers and uses strong encryption (AES 256-bit) and supports only two protocols: OpenVPN and PPTP. Word to the wise, stay away from PPTP as it’s no longer a highly secure protocol and can be detected by most ISPs nowadays. As previously mentioned, Hideman isn’t for sophisticated VPN users, that being said, the VPN does come with a kill-switch.
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HotVPN has a dedicated app for Windows but can also be configured on Mac, iPhone, Android, and Linux. It will keep you protected from ISP monitoring and hackers who hide behind public Wi-Fi’s.
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Whether you’re a French expat away from home for a while, a person who enjoys streaming France’s TV channels, or even a France-based individual trying to get away from online surveillance in your country, checkout IdealVPN. Launched in 2010, IdealVPN is a small provider based in France with only 3 server locations and a set of fair features to casually bypass geo-restrictions. However, we wouldn’t suggest IdealVPN for advanced VPN users due to its limited features and basic encryption. Relying on 128-bit PPTP encryption is démodé (as the French would say), but a couple of frills such as NAT firewall and port forwarding reinforces their service together with unlimited bandwidth, unlim... read moreSee plans and pricing www.idealvpn.com
In-Disguise is a VPN provider that lets you bypass geo-restrictions and access the websites that are blocked by your network provider.
It allows torrents on some servers, so you can download your favorite movies and TV shows. It also has dedicated IPs. While dedicated IPs are not as secure as shared ones because they can directly be traced back to your original IP, they let you unblock even those websites that ban VPNs.
In-Disguise offers various plans – daily, weekly, monthly, 3-monthly, 6-monthly, and yearly. All the plans offer a number of protocols including PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, Double VPN, and OpenVPN. And you also get unlimited upload and download on all plans.
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Insorg VPN has a different way of purchasing a subscription. The website maintains a wallet in which you can add money – just like the Amazon Pay balance. And you can buy a subscription from this wallet.
There are several subscription plans including daily, weekly, monthly, 3-monthly, 6-monthly, and yearly. They also have dedicated IPs but they cost higher.
They also offer a 1-hour free trial and a 3-day money back policy. There are several modes of payment including Bitcoin. Most users use Webmoney to add balance to their wallets.
It lets you connect up to 3 devices on a single license so you need to pay just once and get protection for three devices.
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