Hideway VPN protects user anonymity and offers online security. They don’t just encrypt all web traffic of their users but also assign uncensored DNS server names making it easier to access blocked content.
They offer a free plan that will help you try their services for 0.1GB of data. That’s not much, to say the least. You can hardly open a couple of web pages and test their speeds and ease of use. Once the trial is over, you’ll need to subscribe to their paid plans.
Their paid plans are also pretty limited. They don’t have monthly or yearly accounts with unlimited data download. You can subscribe to a certain amount of data and pay for it. The smallest plan is 10GB, and the b... read more
They also have a warrant canary on their website, which states they haven’t received any warrants as of April 2018.
They offer PPTP and OpenVPN. While PPTP is the weakest, it offers the fastest speeds. OpenVPN is the strongest of all VPN protocols, but it decreases the connection speeds. So that’s a trade-off you need to do – whether you want speed or security.
They offer a 3-day trial, and o... read more
If you want to stay safe while you access public Wi-Fi hotspots, Lamnia can be a good choice for you. It offers 128-bit encryption that keeps your data hidden from ISPs and hackers.
It can be set up on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android devices. There are no apps. However, they provide an auto-dialer setup for Windows and configuration files for Mac, iOS, and Android.
Lamnia offers shared as well as dedicated IPs. Shared IPs are cheaper and more secure so if you want to protect your identity online, it’s best to go for shared ones. However, the problem with Lamnia shared IPs is that they don’t allow OpenVPN. The dedicated ones on the other hand come with an OpenVPN configuration.
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Many VPNs choose to operate under a “less is more” mantra. Linkideo takes this idea a bit too far.
Allow us to elaborate — this VPN struggles to provide a full-fledged service that meets today’s standards. A total of 3 server countries and plans with download speeds of 2048 kbps would be considered acceptable back in 2007, when Linkideo launched. Nowadays, not so much.
The bigger issue is the 128-bit encryption. AES256 complemented by a RSA-2048 handshake is today’s definition of “secure” — anything under that is okay to have as an option, but 128-bit PPTP is simply outdated.
On a positive note, Linkideo does offer a so-called “custom anonymous link”. Frankly, we... read more
OkayFreedom VPN really likes reminding the user that it’s an “okay” (get it?!) service. And we agree — it is okay, but not much more.
In exchange for a dirt-cheap yearly subscription, OkayFreedom VPN gives you 256-bit encryption, OpenVPN protocol support, and a diverse server network. It’s worth noting that there’s a free version as well, but the 500 MB data cap and annoying ads will force you to either upgrade or give up.
This VPN definitely is enticing as far as pricing goes, but there is always a tradeoff — in this case it’s barebones functionality with no real focus on must-have features. No kill switch, port forwarding, or leaking fail safe here.
It’s not all ... read more
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