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ibVPN offers invisible browsing and a very versatile service. It can be used on a wide range of devices (up to 20 at once for business packages), has over 70 servers around the world, includes a kill switch and auto-reconnect, as well as supporting a strong range of protocols.
If that all sounds a bit techy and intimidating, don’t worry too much. We found Invisible Browsing VPN to be pretty easy to use for basic features, so it should be fine for most new users. However, there’s also enough depth in the programming to allow you to control features as you see fit. For example, it supports a variety of protocols (OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP and SSTP) whilst also allowing you to set your auto-reconnect and kill switch options.
Auto-reconnect allows your machine to reconnect to the network when an unwanted disconnection occurs, making sure you’re always protected, even if you leave downloads running when you leave the house. Meanwhile, the kill switch can be a vital tool if your connection drops. It kicks in when you are disconnected through accident, closing any programs which you may not want to be traced.
The site offers live support, which is great to see. You can also get help from the support center, which has information set-up, contacts and a knowledge base. In addition, you can check out the FAQ or forum pages. The forums see varied use but at least a couple of topics were being updated within a day or so of our checking.
No traffic is recorded and all data is encrypted. This makes it safe to use, though double encryption and a few more password or protective options might be beneficial. Still, the auto-kill should hopefully prevent any unwanted visitors or monitoring going on if the system fails.
Versatility is key to this service, with a very wide range of operating systems and devices taken into account. It works with Windows, Mac, Linux, several games consoles and mobile devices (incuding iOS and Android).
A lot of contract options are available too, including premium, location-based or multi VPN connections. The multiple connection options are best for small businesses, allowing up to 20 devices to connect simultaneously. However, there are no large business options. Servers are in 39 countries around the world, meaning you can gain IP addresses from pretty much anywhere you’d wish.
Business options are a bit more expensive, particularly for connecting more devices, but if you work it out per unit then this is very affordable. Family packages and personal use packages are also designed to allow you to protect personal information (such as banking data) or to stream online. You can also get torrent packages so you can download with ease.
Over all, we were impressed by the flexibility of IbVPN.com. Their services are suitable for a great variety of devices, supporting a decent range of protocols. You can also pick the package which most suits your needs and budget. There is a free trial too, which we recommend looking into if you think you’d like to try out IB VPN.
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