The Best VPNs for Windows - December 2018

The Best VPNs for Windows - December 2018

Ranked 306th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Windows 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Invizbox takes a different approach than most VPNs to online security and privacy. Instead of an intuitive app downloaded onto an individual device, Invizbox is a physical box that connects directly to your router. Invizbox does also offer portable versions of the device, but were only able to test the box primarily designed to protect your home wi-fi network. Invizbox utilizes the Tor network to offer a secure, stable, and anonymous internet connection with unlimited data and excellent

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Ranked 307th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Windows 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

One of the key reasons for using a VPN is to increase your security online. So when a VPN provider’s website triggers a security warning from your antivirus because its SSL certificate is out of date, it is never a good sign. Unfortunately for SquidVPN, that was only the first of many negative signs. Once we accessed the website, things did not improve. There is limited information on the site, and much of the available information was impossible to verify. SquidVPN offers an SSL-secured n

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Ranked 308th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Windows 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

If you are looking for a straightforward VPN that is easy to install and use, then Pearl VPN should certainly be on your list. However, if you like an array of customizable features and a website that provides specific details, then you may find Pearl VPN a little limiting. Pearl VPN provides stable and secure connections across its network of 33 server locations, spread over 25 countries. While speeds vary significantly depending on the server that you are connected to, every server we tried

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Ranked 309th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Windows 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Penguin Proxy is a rare thing in the VPN market: a free VPN that does not rely on advertising or harvesting your data to make money. The VPN is currently a “proof of concept” and is not designed to be profitable. The lack of any attempt to monetize your use immediately puts this free service above many of its competitors. The company makes clear that future profits will come from the addition of paid features, not from ads or exploitation of your data. However, it should be noted that Pen

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Ranked 310th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Windows 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

One of our major concerns about free VPNs is how they use your information to make a profit. Tuxler’s approach to users’ data does nothing to alleviate these concerns. Tuxler clearly states that it collects a range of data about its users, including their online activity, and passes this information on to service providers, related companies, its subsidiaries, and when asked, legal authorities. There is no indication that this approach to your data changes if you purchase the Premium paid pac

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