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Tried and tested: here are the top VPNs you should be using

by Dennis Mathu
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VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a privacy tool that encrypts all of your online tasks, keeps you more anonymous on the Internet, reduces the possibility of your online activities being tracked, and even grants you access to blocked overseas platforms such as some Netflix content, freelance job sites, and discounted travel offers.

The best VPNs secure you with the push of a button, literally an on/off switch that instantly gets your device to a secure encrypted connection, keeping you safe and anonymous even on the riskiest public Wi-Fi networks.

Here are the top VPN services that we at Techmoran.com have tested.

Nord VPN 

Nord VPN has been in the market for a decade and has gained many features over that period. It offers enhanced security, such as a double 256-bit AES encryption that encrypts end-to-end exchanges. It has a Kill Switch function that disables Internet access while also specifying which applications should be closed if the VPN connection is lost. It also has Wi-Fi security, DNS leak protection and Tor network access through specific servers. A total of 5600 Nord VPN servers are at your disposal spread out in 59 countries. Up to 6 devices can be connected at the same time. The VPN operates on Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Chrome, Firefox, and Android TV. 

Surf Shark VPN 

Surf Shark is the best known for providing unlimited device connections while also being the very affordable. This VPN currently has 3,200 servers spread across 65 countries, which is 6 regions more than Nord. Because the VPN has an independently audited no-log policy, even Surf Shark does not track your activities. There is also a Kill Switch feature that protects your sensitive data even if your VPN connection is lost. Surf Shark also offers a neat Camouflage Mode that ensures that even your internet provider can’t tell you’re using a VPN. It employs AES 256-bit encryption and is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Chrome or Firefox web add-on and via Amazon Fire TV app.

Atlas VPN 

Atlas VPN shines on web surfing speed and the ability to connect unlimited number of devices. It’s the most affordable VPN in this list while also maintaining crucial features such as the Kill Switch and no-log policy to ensure the users privacy. Atlas VPN goes further to offer a data breach monitor that searches the internet to investigate whether your personal details have been exposed online. Their AES 256-bit encryption makes sure that your connection is secure across their 750 servers worldwide. To add an extra layer of security, Atlas offers MultiHop+ which allows you to tunnel your connection via multiple rotating VPN locations this protects your online traffic behind several layers of encryption. Lastly, the VPN is available on Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Android TV and Amazon Fire TV. 

Tip

All of the VPNs listed above offer larger discounts if you opt for a longer subscription period.

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