OpenVPN is a free and open-source VPN client developed by OpenVPN Inc. The software can be used to create secure point-to-point or site-to-site connections in routed or bridged configurations and remote access facilities. OpenVPN uses custom security protocol that utilizes SSL/TLS for key exchange and is compatible with any OpenVPN protocol compatible server.
ProtonVPN is a virtual private network service provider operated by the Swiss company Proton Technologies AG, the provider of ProtonMail. Just like ProtonMail, ProtonVPN is a community supported project that aims to build a safer Internet that also protects civil liberties. The service provides a strict no data logging policy, that ensures that no personal data is kept by ProtonVPN. It also has Tor integration and SecureCore servers for additional security if needed. Currently, ProtonVPN provides over 560 servers in more than 40 countries.
With ExpressVPN you can overcome content restrictions and censorship so that you can access video, music, social media, and more, from anywhere in the world. ExpressVPN hides your IP address and encrypts your network data so no one can see what you're doing online. In 2020, both TechRadar and CNET named the service their Editors' Choice
Without a VPN service, everything you do online gets tracked, followed, and even spied on. However, when using a virtual private network, you’re virtually putting on an online invisibility cloak. With CyberGhost VPN you can utilize the power of the internet with an encrypted connection is 100% anonymous and untraceable. CyberGhost VPN is powered by over 15 years experience and over 6800 servers across the globe that will ensure personal privacy when using the web.
With Norton Secure VPN you can even access your favorite websites, videos or apps when travelling. Norton Secure VPN offers non-log VPN protection when surfing the web. Norton Secure VPN also blocks ad-tracking cookies, which stops annoying ads and enables faster browsing.
SocialVPN or IPOP (IP-Over-P2P) is a user-centric, open-source software virtual network that lets end users build their own VPNs. SocialVPN is capable of establish peer-to-peer (P2P) virtual private networks with the help of a social backend like XMPP server (Jabber-Net or Google chat). Such reliable backend can securely authenticate users, maintain a list of each party and establish secure TLS for X.509 certificate exchange.
PureVPN is a UK-based VPN service that features kill switch and split tunneling. In total, PureVPN has more than 6,500 encrypted VPN servers and 300,000 anonymous IPs across the globe. The service allow you to choose from 4 different types of activities (Stream, Internet Freedom, Security/Privacy, and File Sharing) and tailor your current connection accordingly.
TunnelBear encrypts your internet connection to keep your online activity private on any network. It's one of the few VPN providers in the world that publish regular security audits of their network and applications, by a third-party security auditor.
Dashlane is a cross-platform subscription-based password manager, digital wallet application and VPN service available on macOS, Windows, iOS and Android. Everything you store in Dashlane is encrypted (converted to an unreadable code) using your Master Password as the key. Without it, your data remains safely indecipherable. The VPN services are provide through a third-party's technology, called Pango's Hotspot Shield. With the free version of Dashlane you can securely store and autofill up to 50 account passwords plus all your personal and payment information, where as with the premium version you have unlimited access to all services provided by Dashlane.
LocalCDN is a web browser extension that emulates Content Delivery Networks to improve your online privacy. It intercepts traffic, finds supported resources locally, and injects them into the environment. All of this happens automatically, so no prior configuration is required.
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