The America-based Unblock-Us VPN technically does most of what a VPN service should do, but functions differently enough that it probably isn’t a true VPN at all. Here’s how they describe their platform:
“Every computer or other Internet-enabled device has an address. It's made up of numbers, like a street address. Our solution is brilliantly simple. We give you an address where the content you want is available. It's like moving your computer or other device without actually moving it.”
In other words, they don’t connect you to another server in another country, they just assign you a different IP address. Is it effective? Sure. Is it as robust as connecting to multiple servers (w... read more
Pearl VPN is a new player in the VPN market (since the beginning of 2018) and still has some way to go in terms of matching some of the basic offerings of more established VPNs. Pearl VPN evidently strives for simplicity, but currently, things are a little too simple.
The fact that this VPN is based in the United States (a Five Eyes nation) may make some potential users a little more apprehensive.
Pearl VPN does have some bright spots to build off. They have a decent server network in locations including Australia, the UK, and Vietnam, plus multiple servers in the USA. For now, at least, their speeds are above average.
Security is basic yet adequate with Pearl VPN. You get 256-bit encrypt... read more
Penguin Proxy is a not a traditional VPN, but rather a P2P proxy. When using it, your encrypted data goes through the connections of other users on the service.
Currently in the “proof of concept” phase, and with future monetization relying on paid features rather than ads, Penguin Proxy is a free service that has some noteworthy aspects.
Based in the United States, the company started off in 2017 and is rather ambitious in its plans. For now, the P2P proxy service is great for unblocking content, and it provides anonymous browsing. Speeds are fair, and the client couldn't be any simpler or self-explanatory.
All data passing through Penguin Proxy receives TLS encryption, but it only su... read more
Perimeter 81 VPN is actually a cloud VPN service that utilizes the server network of SaferVPN. It’s intended to provide a remote access environment for businesses of any size, with a high level of user-friendliness. And it definitely succeeds.
Founded in Israel in 2018, Perimeter 81 allows users to add private servers with dedicated IPs, and then assign them to different groups, each with access to different resources. It encrypts all traffic, to hide a business’s actual IP address while shielding any routed data from threats.
Perimeter 81 also provides Wi-Fi security via 256-bit encryption, along with added security features that include a kill switch, DNS leak protection, and a choic... read more
PrivateProxy.me is not actually a VPN. As the name suggests, PrivateProxy.me is a subscription-based proxy service that can be utilized for most of the things you’d use a VPN for, such as web browsing and accessing content that’s been geo-blocked. While there are plenty of free proxy services out there, PrivateProxy.me offers a lot more than most can, mainly in the form of a large number of unique proxies generated on request.
Established in 2011, PrivateProxy.me is operated from the United Kingdom.
This service offers several different packages intended for everyone from individuals to large businesses. The number of servers created for your account depends on the level of your subscr... read more
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