Starting out as an Android app, Philippines-based DroidVPN now offers a PC client as well. However, advanced users will find little reason to hang around.
If you’re keen on trying DroidVPN out, we recommend sticking to the free version — you’ll only get 200MB of daily bandwidth, but basic unblocking (chat apps, Facebook, Google) is about all you can expect anyway.
It’s always a red flag when a provider is brief about their encryption. DroidVPN doesn’t provide any info on its security levels, but you can see that they have four security protocols -- HTTP, ICMP, and OpenVPN UDP/TCP. Whatever the case, don’t hold your breath for solid protection.
DroidVPN is also prone to co... read more
Ultrasurf is a rather curious case — it’s a mysterious product that doesn’t label itself as a VPN or proxy, yet it works in an identical manner.
But there are many other quirks:
What you get with Ultrasurf is a new IP address, obtained from Ultrasurf’s servers via a proxy, in addition to industry-standard encryption to safeguard your traffic. And that’s about it — you won’t find advanced security features, state-of-the-art GUIs, 24/7 customer support, or custom streaming servers.
You don’t get a money-back guarantee, either. That’s because Ultrasurf is completely free.
So what’s the deal with this “VPN”? Well, in order to get an answer to this question, you... read more
Fast Secure is an Android VPN which is very popular in China.
That’s because it’s one of the few to provide a full-fledged mobile service, with variety in protocols and servers, excellent speeds, and quality unblocking.
You can choose between PPTP, L2TP, and OpenVPN encryption, or you can opt for the Chinese userbase favorite — the SOCKS5 proxy. Security levels are up to 256-bit, making Fast Secure VPN a solid pick to safeguard your traffic.
Privacy isn’t a concern, either. This VPN’s policy clearly states that it doesn’t care about IP addresses, bandwidth stats, or session length — meaning it keeps zero logs. Some sensitive data may be stored during troubleshooting/sup... read more
It’s rare to see a true Chinese VPN — Cheetah Mobile’s CM Security VPN is one of these rarities.
At first glance, this Android-only VPN offers an alluring package. OpenVPN and SOCKS5 protocols, decent server variety, and a bunch of neat features — all for free. What more can a mobile user want?
Quite a lot, as it turns out.
One thing this VPN doesn’t provide is guaranteed privacy. Sure, you’ll feel safer on public WiFi, and hackers and ISPs will have a much harder time looking at your traffic, but you’re not as safe as you think.
Cheetah Mobile collects information that ranges from your device’s brand and history to your IP address, photos, personal details, and m... read more
GeoSurf is more of a proxy network than a VPN service. However, unlike most other proxies, it is reliable and helps you connect via 130+ locations all over the world.
While most other proxies leak your IP online, GeoSurf makes sure you get complete protection.
GeoSurf is available as desktop applications, mobile apps, and browser extensions. You can select the way you want to surf the web and have an anonymous experience.
They also offer Direct Connect APIs for web developers. They have code examples to help developers use their APIs in various programming languages.
While their services are pretty exciting, they come at premium prices. Their Starter pack will cost you $300 per m... read more
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