TgVPN is relatively new on the scene and is designed to accompany Telegram – a popular cloud-based messaging app that encrypts messages. The app has always supported user privacy and this latest development has upped the security another level. Telegram works on all the major platforms, as does TgVPN, which can support three devices simultaneously at highly competitive prices. TgVPN comes as a bot which will guide you through the set-up process.
Telegram has been criticized over its security in the past, but it does have an ever-increasing list of features that tackle these issues. TgVPN used the same standard encryption as most other VPN providers, but it lacks some of the sophistication of leading companies like NordVPN. Although the TgVPN bot was released over a year ago, there is still little information available and the reviews section in Telegram’s bot store remains dubiously empty.
As Telegram relies on cloud-based storage, there are some concerns over the safety of stored or archived conversations. Telegram, however, claims all stored data is heavily encrypted and the keys are stored in separate locations to prevent physical, as well as virtual, infringement. Telegram relies on different payment platforms around the world so do not have access to your data; however, they cannot guarantee the safety of information being handled by a third party.
|Number of countries with servers||5|
|Number of servers||12|
|Number of IP addresses||18|
|Does VPN keep logs?||Partially|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||3|
- Supports all platforms and devices
- Two levels of encryption
- Simple set-up process
- No traffic limits
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