VPNSsecure is a standard VPN meant to secure your connection. However, it does not come with the added benefits of other VPNs, like unblocking Netflix.
With apps for all major platforms (including Linux), you can stay connected and safe on your computer as well as your smartphone.
VPNSecure supports OpenVPN and Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which is the strongest protocol/standard to keep your data protected. While most other companies offer either AES-256 or AES-128 bit encryption, VPNSecure lets you choose your own cipher strength.
The highest cipher strength offered by them is 256 and the lowest is 64. Since higher encryption also means a slow connection, you can select a lo... read more
VPNTraffic was established in 2010 and is based in the USA. Although they are almost a decade old, they have not enjoyed the recognition that many of the other bigger names in the online security industry have, in spite of being an excellent option. Luckily for users though, this has meant that they have kept their pricing low while keeping their service levels up. For a very reasonable price, you can bypass filter set by your ISP, proxy servers, and access content that is restricted in your location.
VPNTraffic doesn’t block any protocols, which means you can use any application you want, including BitTorrent, Netflix, Spotify, Usenet, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, gaming sites, and work applicatio... read more
VPNTunnel was originally headquartered in Sweden, but after a recent acquisition, they are now based out of the Seychelles. The company supports an extensive array of protocols (OpenVPN, SSTP, PPTP, and L2TP/IPsec) which offer users top-notch security.
Their OpenVPN comes with 2048-bit encryption, but the PPTP is only secured with 128-bit, which isn’t the strongest encryption on the market but is enough for the majority of users.
If you want complete anonymity, it’s possible to pay for this company's VPN with Bitcoins, which may be a boon for anyone wishing to torrent or participate in questionable activities. They also have a no-log policy for additional privacy.
VPNTunnel offers unlim... read more
Though it sounds unattractive, looks unattractive, and is ridiculously expensive, WASEL Pro is a small provider from the Netherlands that’s actually packed with a bunch of interesting features aimed at Gulf users. WASEL Pro seems to understand how tough restrictions are in the MENA region, that’s why it centralizes its focus on delivering robust encryption techniques to get around geo-blocking and filtering systems in the Middle East without keeping logs. However, this strategy backfires when it comes to speed. This is one of the slowest VPNs around and we wouldn’t recommend it for streaming enthusiasts even though it can access a lot of streaming websites like Netflix, Hulu, BBC iPlay... read moreSee plans and pricing www.waselpro.com
WifiMask was developed by two brothers in the Netherlands, making it a family-run company. Their mission is to make the internet unlimited and security accessible to everyone around the world. They have chosen to start with an app for MacOS which unblocks online content and protects you Wi-Fi connection.
WifiMask offers top-level AES-256, 4096-bit RSA and DH encryption which would allow even the most suspicious security engineer to feel assured of their sensitive information is being protected with the utmost security and privacy. This VPN also offers a nifty teleportation feature which has been aptly named as it transports your IP address to any location in the world that you want so you c... read more
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