Top VPN tools to help you browse the internet safely in 2017
A VPN, or virtual private network, protects the navigation by Internet users, among other benefits.
A VPN allows users to create a private extension over a public network. A public network is known as local area network (LAN) and can be your home or work network. VPNS have different purposes, but the most widely used is to enjoy contents prohibited in your country or ‘Skip’ barriers imposed by Internet providers.
You must be careful if you want to use one of these services to see the U.S. Netflix catalog in your country. From 2016, the company began to block the use of VPN worldwide. Users in Spain, Australia, Mexico, among other countries, can no longer use any type of VPN to see catalog for USA from Netflix.
Currently on the market there is a wide selection of VPN servers but we have reviewed the top services for 2017, between free and others that you can buy. There are several very good VPN, I’ve tried and that surely will fit your budget and purpose. Here I present them yourself.
If you do not live in the United States and want a program that will help you to see foreign content, Hi will be your best ally. It functions as a VPN proxy can be installed from the Chrome Extensions store or Android from Google Play Store. It is one of the simplest apps but meet as promised. In addition, in both presentations, it is free.
It is one of my favorite apps, since it offers many advanced features without having to spend a weight (although they also have a version of pay that has more tools). With the free version, users get the regional content unlock function, which means that you will see sites or content of services, which were previously banned in your area.
Advertising like no one and, unfortunately, if you want to use Spotflux without paying, the advertising will be something constant. The good news is that Spotflux has version for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android.
With CyberGhost you also enjoy a free version. However, it has certain failings by the number of servers that can be used; It offers support only for a device, while the paid version supports up to five. The security offered between free and pay version is the same.
This version is free and is the most recommend. VPNBook offers two types of VPN programs that are differentiated by the type of protocol used. Although it is reliable and solid, VPNBook offers few servers connected to them. The service is free but there is the option to make donations: any person who use the service and you like can give some bills to the creators to help them further develop this VPN.
HotSpot Shield has always been one of the best options for having many functions and be 100 percent free. It also respects and does not affect the original speed of connection to Internet. It also has a premium version that provides support for more devices. For people who want basic security features and jump location restrictions, HotSpot Shield is one of your best choices.
Private Internet Access
Of pay and perhaps my favorite, PIA offers a great connectivity, respecting the original Internet connection. It also has one of the after-sales service that I most liked. Above all, I like this service by the number of servers, and support in various parts of the world. In addition, between the VPN’s pay, it is one of the most economical and giving more for less.