Hidden24 VPN has servers in seven countries including the US, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Sweden. There are around 100+ servers according to our research, but the website itself doesn’t give a specific number.
It’s compatible with Windows, macOS X, Android, iOS, Linux, and most routers. While Hidden24 VPN can be installed on as many devices as you want with one license, you can only use it on one device at a time.
You can choose from L2TP/IPSec or PPTP protocols, there’s no option for OpenVPN or IKEv2. Hidden24 VPN uses 2048-bit encryption by default, not quite as strong as 256-bit AES but still more than enough to keep you safe while browsing or accessing personal accounts.
Sweden-based Hidden24 VPN is no-logs but it’s inside the 14-eyes alliance. Luckily, Sweden has strict privacy laws that dictate the VPN only has to provide user information if there is a pending case that could result in up to two-years imprisonment.
Hidden24 VPN doesn’t unblock any of the most popular streaming sites including Netflix, Hulu, or BBC iPlayer. Since it lacks basic features like OpenVPN and military-grade encryption, I wouldn’t recommend it for torrenting either.
That’s not great considering the amount of work you have to put into setting up the VPN on your device. The entire process is 100 percent manual, there are no apps for any of the compatible devices. You’ll need to install the VPN, each one of its servers, and choose all the appropriate settings yourself.
It does offer step-by-step guides for iOS, macOS X, Windows, and Android. The iOS manual is 20 pages alone, and they don’t have instructions for Linux at all.
|Number of countries with servers||7|
|Number of servers||100|
|Number of IP addresses||100|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||1|