Steganos VPN is a very popular German-based software developing company since 1996. The company is expert in providing online security products including a password manager, an encryption bundle, and more importantly a recently released VPN service called “Steganos Online Shield”, but don’t get too fired up yet, Steganos VPN service is cut out for VPN beginners and amateurs rather than advanced VPN users for several reasons we’re going to mention as you read on, but first, let’s talk about the fringe benefits of Steganos VPN.
For starters, Steganos VPN doesn’t have restriction on either speed or bandwidth for premium subscriptions. You can get up to 5 simultaneous connections, WiFi pro... read more
Founded in 2011, SumRando is a security and privacy company located in privacy-friendly island of Mauritius to provide secure VPN, web proxy, messaging as well as storage cloud and file sharing services.
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SuperVPN is a US-based provider that dazzles us as a market-oriented service. The team behind it knows what users look most in a VPN and they know how to sell it. Variety is what makes SuperVPN stand out among its competitors. There are a lot of price plans offered depending on what you need a VPN for whether for torrenting, Blackberry service, VoIP, streaming, secure browsing, gaming, etc. and access to Super VPN’s servers is widely distributed according to your subscription type.
SuperVPN has very good server network coverage with over 400 servers pinned across more than 40 countries. Although SuperVPN permits torrenting, it caught our attention that users can seed and leech torrents... read more
If we could summarize SwissVPN in one sentence, it would be: “a very fast VPN with one problem; it doesn’t unblock geo-restricted websites”. Despite its presence for almost two decades in the VPN scene, Switzerland-based SwissVPN strictly provides VPN solutions for online security and privacy for Swiss users and doesn’t get involved in bypassing geo-blocked content online.
Encryption is far from blitz, but pretty decent. SwissVPN uses 128-bit and 168-bit encryption for a small selection of protocols such as OpenVPN, L2TP, SSTP, and PPTP. A kill switch doesn’t exist, but there’s a firewall option that you can add for a small fee. SwissVPN also offers static Swiss IP addresses for an add... read more
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