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SaferVPN vs

After comparing these VPNs, we have a winner!


Which VPN is better?

Author Image Ariel Hochstadt
Ariel Hochstadt
Ex-Google, International tech speaker

A feature-packed service, SaferVPN has a lot to offer including affordable plans covered by a 14-day money-back guarantee. It boasts a wide server network spread across more than 30 countries. While SaferVPN may not unblock US Netflix, it does offer impressive WiFi protection. Hide My Ass (HMA) prices are not as flexible but a generous 30-day money-back guarantee is available. Unlike SaferVPN, HMA does not accept bitcoin payments. What this VPN has going for itself is extensive server coverage across almost every country in the world. Both VPNs support just two simultaneous connections but more worryingly is that they keep extensive logs. A major plus for both VPNs is their use of strong OpenVPN protocol for maximum privacy and security. However, HMA uses RSA-1024 handshake, making its encryption dubious, so this may not be the best VPN for bypassing robust firewalls in places such as China. While it offers slightly better speeds and supports multiple platforms, HMA’s customer support is a pain.






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Author Image Ariel Hochstadt
Ariel Hochstadt
Ex-Google, International tech speaker

SaferVPN’s serious attitude towards security and privacy is unquestionable. Other than a kill switch, P2P support for torrenting, and live chat support, SaferVPN offers strong OpenVPN and 256-bit AES encryption for ultimate anonymity online. The WiFi feature is a nifty bonus that makes mobile browsing safer.