CactusVPN is an older VPN that differentiates itself from the pack with a solid Windows application, a great website, and good encryption.
CactusVPN isn’t new to the field, but a lot of core features inside the VPN are impressive. In this CactusVPN review, we will go over how CactusVPN excels, but also some areas that could use improvement. Will you be able to get past the needles to reach the juicy fruit inside? Pricing 10/10 CactusVPN’s pricing page is a bit spread out since they elaborate pricings for different locatio...[Read More]
MullVad VPN is an older VPN with a great no logging policy and affordable pricing.
In this MullVad VPN review, we take a look at MullVad VPN’s offerings. MullVad is an older VPN with simple VPN with important core features, but the question is, can it stand alongside the big boys and compete with the best of the best? Pricing 8/10 Mullvad VPN has a very simple pricing model. While most VPN providers give you multiple commitment options (1 month, quarterly, semi-quarterly,...[Read More]
BTGuard VPN is more old school than most VPNs, and its services suffer for it.
Welcome to our BtGuard VPN Review. BTGuard is one of the older VPNs (released in 2008) still holding onto the rapidly changing market. When you take a look at their website–it really shows. But the question is, has their service aged so much that it’s no longer relevant? In this BTGuard review, we will do a detailed breakdown of what makes or breaks BTGuard as a VPN provider. Pricing 6...[Read More]
Welcome to Private Internet Access vs ExpressVPN, a comparison article that matches up these two popular VPN providers against each other. In this comparison, we look over the best features of each provider to see who wins. Pricing Private Internet Access (PIA) PIA offers one of the most competitive pricing models at only $6.95 a month, $35.95 for six months, and $39.95 for a year. For some reason...[Read More]
ExpressVPN and IPVanish are two of the most premium VPNs you can find. People rely on these VPNs for their security needs as well as reliable services. But which VPN is right for you? It’s not an easy question to answer, IPVanish VPN vs. ExpressVPN, especially since these two services each have some amazing offerings. We’ve distilled the best of both in this simple comparison of IPVanish VPN vs. E...[Read More]
Is Netflix not available in your country? Netflix unavailability is a common issue for users in countries where Netflix hasn’t worked out content license deals for their content distribution. A majority of the content on Netflix isn’t owned by Netflix itself (new shows excluding) so they can’t necessarily show the same content for every country they expand to. However, that doesn’t mean that you h...[Read More]
I doubt the average person entering a Starbucks has VPNs on their mind. The crisp chocolatey, (sometimes burnt) scent of mocha invades their nostrils and the lazy music of the coffee shop lurs their mind into a false sense of security. By the time the average customer connects to the Wi-Fi connection on their phone, tablet, or mobile computer, they might as well be curled up next to a fireplace at...[Read More]
One of the most important uses of a VPN is mobile use. Whether that means corporate businessmen, who are on business trips, professional gamers on the go that need access to encrypted connections, or just the everyday person who wants their internet traffic to remain private. Let’s make that clear–using Wi-Fi at places like Starbucks or Airports on your smartphone/iPhone is never safe. It’s ...[Read More]
If you’re playing Video Games, you should be using a VPN. It doesn’t matter if you’re slaughtering people in Rust with a stone hatchet (or perhaps more recently Ark Survival Evolved), getting headshots in Counter-Strike, stealing Baron, or out macroing your opponent in Starcraft–a VPN can always be useful. But, how do you use a VPN in video games? Sometimes even the best answer can feel like...[Read More]