The company does not store any logs of your activity while using the service. The only thing that is monitored is the usage of bandwidth at the moment someone is using. All of the traffic going from and to your computer is encrypted. No one will know what sites you are visiting or what you are doing on the web. You will be able to use the service with a wide range of different devices. It works on Windows, Mac, and Linux machines. You can also get mobile with the Dissemble VPN, as it works with iOS and Android as well.
Having a VPN when you are out and using Wi-Fi hotspots is essential. Many hackers and data thieves like to go to areas where there are hotspots to look for people who do not have adequate protection on their devices. Having a VPN in place while you are surfing in those locations will help to keep you much safer.
The company offers servers in locations all around the world. They have several in the United States – Seattle, Texas, Miami, and New York. Servers are also located in the Netherlands, France, the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Hong Kong, Russia, and Poland to name a few.
The company has four different pricing subscriptions. All of the different plans come with OpenVPN, multiple locations, logging, encryption, and high speeds. You can choose the three-month, six-month, or yearlong plan. You could also choose a lifetime plan. The company accepts several payment methods including Dogecoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin, and PayPal. As soon as you make your payment, you will be able to download the VPN files and the instructions on how to get started.
Dissemble is able to promise great uptime – 99%. This means you should never run into an instance where you aren’t able to use the system because of the servers being down. Some of the servers even have DDoS protection, so this shouldn’t be an issue. The connections are fast as well with 100Mbit and 1Gbit ports so you can get the speed you need when you are surfing the web.
|Number of countries with servers||15|
|Number of servers||19|
|Does VPN keep logs?||Partially|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||1|