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This browser extension acts like a "lite version" of the desktop version. It also includes features like Adblocker, Cruise Control, Double Hop VPN (If used together with the desktop version), and Secure Link. The browser extension can be downloaded in Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera. See More
Because Hide.me is based in Malaysia, where there are no laws that would require a company to retain their data, the VPN service has chosen to avoid logging any personal data. Actually, no logs of any kind are kept. This saves them from liability and ensures your privacy. Additionally, if the Malaysian government would change laws requiring retention of logs or customer data, Hide.me promises to change countries to be able to protect your privacy. See More
You can use any and all protocols at your disposal, no traffic is restricted, except for US where P2P and BitTorrent traffic is restricted with a firewall. Additionally, users are encouraged to avoid US/UK locations for their filesharing activities. See More
Hide.me VPN supports all devices and platforms available out there, including Linux and routers. They also have a well-maintained blog which has a how-to section, which gives you a step by step guide to set up Hide.me VPN even on devices like PlayStation, Roku, X-box, etc.. See More
The free plan allows for 1 connection that's limited to 3 servers (Canada, Netherlands & Singapore), 2GB of data, 3Mbit/s of bandwidth speed and it doesn't support OpenVPN. There's also the "plus" package that uncaps bandwidth speed, increases data limit to 75GB and adds OpenVPN support. Finally, there's the "premium" package, that uncaps data, allows for 5 simultaneous connections and port forwarding. See More
When using a VPN, a DNS leak occurs when traffic originating from the computer isn't routed through the VPN's servers. Instead, traffic is routed through unprotected servers posing a great risk to the user's privacy. TorGuard offers a service that detects DNS leaking, regardless of which VPN is being used. See More