The mobile version of this VPN comes as part of a bundle with a browser included, while Windows and Mac users only get the VPN client without the browser. The benefit of the browser is that it will give you an instant assessment of any URL’s security. A warning banner will pop up should you attempt to access a dubious site.
Developed by long-standing technology giants, Finjan, it has plenty of promise with servers in 20 different international locations. The VPN looks good on screen and runs effectively, although the speed is inconsistent, with considerable lag times over certain connections, namely between the UK and Europe. According to Finjan’s website, they are continually expanding with new servers added regularly.
VitalSecurityVPN is easy to set up and has an uncomplicated interface that will appeal to beginners. The inability to customize almost anything, including ports and protocols, could irritate more advanced users, while the lack of information its ability to tackle geoblocks or access Netflix is rather discomfiting. While there is some customer support, there is no live chat or SMS service.
|Number of countries with servers||14|
|Number of servers||14|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||Unlimited|