Top 4 Best Free VPN Service Providers 2013



If you're of the mindset that what you do with your BitTorrent client is your business and not that of people snooping, sniffing, and prying at your packets along the way, then you'll need a VPN to keep your traffic encrypted and secure. Even so, which free VPN service is the best, and which offers the best combination of reliability, features, security, and affordability? We'll be looking at the top five free VPN service providers based on test.


SecurityKiss is a popular free VPN service available for use on PCs only. The paid version available for use on Mac, Linux, and smartphones.

The free package includes a 300MB daily limit, and an unspecified bandwidth speed cap of less than 12.5 Mbps, and basic packages start at about $6 per month.

Software installation is required.

2. Its Hidden

ItsHidden uses 128-bit encryption on the secure tunnel created between you and the ItsHidden servers. Based out of the Netherlands, ItsHidden takes advantage of the legal climate there and doesn't log any activity passed through its servers.

Available on Mac, PC, and Linux, and requires no software installation.

3. CyberGhost

CyberGhost VPN is a free utility that encrypts, anonymizes, and offshores your internet use when you're using public Wi-Fi at an airport or coffee shop, or you're worried someone on your network is running a tool like Firesheep to gather credentials

Cyber Ghost is limited to PCs only, and software installation is required.

5. Your Freedom
Your Freedom services makes accessible what is unaccessible to you, and it hides your network address from those who don't need to know. Just download the client application and install or just run it on your PC; it turns your own PC into an uncensored, anonymous web proxy and an uncensored, anonymous SOCKS proxy that your applications can use, and if that's not enough it can even get you connected to the Internet just as if you were using an unrestricted DSL or cable connection -- just like the firewall suddenly went boom! You can even make your PC accessible from the Internet if you like




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