DefenceVPN has been steadily introducing changes to its website and service since launching in 2016. We daresay its current version is the best one yet.
Although it doesn’t have the reach many other providers offer, it earns a perfect score for encryption, client design, speed, and privacy.
AES256 is the standard you can expect, along with OpenVPN support. The compact network is lightning-fast, and while US Netflix is currently off-limits, you can stream a lot of other content. P2P is also allowed on Bulgarian servers.
As for features, you’ll find plenty. DefenceVPN runs double encryption on several servers, and leaking concerns are alleviated thanks to the kill switch and extra... read more
Despite what the name may imply, VPN.Asia isn’t for Asia only. Its presence is very much global, with plenty of servers in over 30 countries.
You also get P2P functionality and relatively fast speeds, making high-bandwidth activities a non-issue. Tough nuts like BBC iPlayer and Netflix can also be cracked, but it may take a bit of server-switching before you connect successfully.
One feature that makes VPN.Asia stand out (and one that is oddly omitted on its website) is the “Full Protection” mode — it offers extra protection on your LAN by blocking local devices, complete with a whitelist for those you wish to keep connected.
Other than that, the favorable headquarters (Beli... read more
Hailing from Estonia, BulletVPN impresses with a clean, professional approach and strong privacy.
It’s always a good sign when a VPN offers an iOS app — this means the lengthy approval period has been passed, and speaks volumes of the provider’s dedication to a better service. BulletVPN is one of those providers.
Security features include great variety in protocols (including OpenVPN and IKEv2), 256-bit encryption, and 4096-bit RSA keys, making BulletVPN a top-shelf product. Although the kill switch and DNS protection are missing, uptime is immaculate and we detected no DNS leaks whatsoever.
On the privacy front, BulletVPN’s well-written policy goes into great detail on the ... read more
Turbo VPN is a handy little app-based VPN, which provides decent service for your iOS and Android devices. But can it stand up to bigger VPNs?
Being a much smaller VPN than many of the others we’ve reviewed, Turbo VPN was kind of difficult to research properly. Information on Turbo VPN is sometimes a bit hidden, it seems.
However, our testing of the app found it to be straightforward and very user-friendly, making itself known as a handy little app for device-based browsing.... read more
RocketVPN is part of mobile app developer Liquidum’s product line. You might know them for their Android file manager or the Hexlock security app — both excellent little tools.
However, a VPN requires much more to stand out. Users want great privacy, minimal to no logs collected, and variety in servers — even on mobile. The market has advanced considerably in a short timespan, and RocketVPN seems to be lagging behind.
You will be protected on public WiFi and your ISP won’t be snooping on your traffic, but the VPN itself collects extensive amounts of data. In other words, partial privacy is what you get, and you’ll have to put some serious trust in RocketVPN safeguarding the i... read more
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