Hotspot Shield is a VPN that offers both free and paid models for you to try out. But is this VPN worth using in either form? Read the Hotspot Shield ...[Read More]
Proxy.sh uses Safejumper as their application. However, if you decide to spend money on this VPN, will you be safe? Or will you spend more time frustr...[Read More]
With a strange history, and a website to validate questionable design, Cryptostorm might just be the oddest VPN provider we've taken a look at. But, i...[Read More]
Hide.Me is one of the few VPNs to offer a free version. However, despite being a bargain at first glance, is Hide.Me really that great of a deal for w...[Read More]
SurfEasy is a VPN owned by the Opera company. It's pushing browser VPN and extensions, but is the core VPN provider good enough for your use?
TotalVPN is a simple VPN with good core speeds and easy to use applications. Is there more? Read the TotalVPN review to find out!
BlackVPN is a smaller provider known for being based in Hong Kong and offering good privacy. But is that all it can offer, or is it actually a good VP...[Read More]
VPN Unlimited has some crazy speeds and crazy pricing. But is that enough to warrant your purchase? Read the VPN Unlimited review to find out.
VPN.AC is a smaller VPN provider that manages to bring a solid foundation to the table for interested VPN users.
SaferVPN is a VPN built to be pretty. It's user-friendly and workable, and it's had some nice improvements since our first review.
Astrill VPN is a spacey VPN with some good core features and a troublesome signup process.
StrongVPN promises it all: strength, speed, and the best tech support or your money back. But should you throw money at them in the first place? Read ...[Read More]