Private Internet Access

by London Trust Media, Inc.

A virtual private network client for anonymous online access

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: London Trust Media, Inc.

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Last revision: Last week

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Private Internet Access is a paid VPN service client that, unfortunately, does not provide a trial period for virtual network usage.

Paying for the subscription you will get a tool at your disposal that will allow you to work comfortably in the network while remaining anonymous and not afraid of all kinds of data collection mechanisms. The service offers customers more than three thousand servers in twenty-four countries. By connecting to a server in a particular country, you will have access to any web services that are running in that country and to sites that are not prohibited by that country. The list of available countries includes: USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and many others. When selecting a server, please note that the farther it is from your physical location, the more you will notice a drop in connection speed. Compared to free services, however, Private Internet Access is fast and stable even when connected to servers in remote countries.

The client allows the user to switch between connection types (UDP or TCP), configure ports, choose the type of data encryption (AES-256, AES-128, Blowfish) and digital signature (SHA1, SHA256). In general, with Private Internet Access, you'll be protected online, but you'll have to pay a monthly subscription fee (several plans are available). If you are not ready to pay for the use of the virtual network and are ready to sacrifice security/speed, you can use services such as Hola or ZenMate.

- offers more than three thousand servers in twenty-four countries;

- is able to encrypt transmitted data using AES-128, AES-256 and Blowfish algorithms;

- protects against IPv6 and DNS data leakage;

- allows you to choose the type of connection: UDP or TCP;

- is a paid service and does not provide a trial period.

Angus
Private Internet Access is a great tool to have for web browsing. It makes me confident that all my data will be kept private and I will have extra security when accessing websites that have my personal data like personal banking. I wish they provided a free trial so I could try it out before committing to purchasing though.
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