8 Best Free VPN and other Tools For Secure Anonymous Web Browsing
A virtual private network (VPN) is a network which is developed to provide access to remote offices or individual users by using secure mode connection within an organization’s network. VPN is basically used by the companies who have different setups of their offices in different geographical regions.Which leads to get optimal result with less cost.To gain access to different portals of organization VPN tunnel is created,from which all the data will transmitted and receive using Encryption methods,meanwhile we can also grant access to blocked site within organization like Facebook,Youtube & Twitter.
By taking this as advantage we can use VPN to unlock lots of blocked services even they are HTTPS,like proxy it allow us to surf secretly.The basic differences between VPN and proxy is ,VPN is secure & an encrypted connection where as proxy is intermediate server who act behalf of other.
Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security known as traffic analysis.Its not proper VPN service but advanced version than proxies
UltraVPN is a client/server SSL VPN solution based on Open VPN. It encrypts and encapsulate your network connection.Ultra VPN is a simple user interface to connect or disconnect to our VPN servers.To use Ultra VPN, you need to right click on a tray bar icon (on the bottom right of your screen) that looks like a computer with a red screen. After right clicking on it, choose “connect”.
CyberGhost is an important tool for protecting your privacy. CyberGhost VPN replaces the externally visible IP address, which users have received from their provider when they dial up to connect to the Internet, with a CyberGhost VPN IP address. The CyberGhost user shares this IP address with a number of other users. This procedure ensures that the CyberGhost VPN IP address should not be assigned to one particular CyberGhost VPN user.
Communication between the CyberGhost VPN user’s computer and the anonymization servers is also particularly well protected to prevent any eavesdropping on data transfers. This protection is set up in 2 steps when establishing the connection. 1024-bit SSL encryption is used when establishing the connection. In this case, a 128-bit AES key is negotiated, which is unique for each connection. The actual communication takes place via this AES key.
Tip: Cyber Ghost is available in free and premium edition,free edition have some limitation.
JAP (called JonDo in the scope of the commercial JonDonym anonymous proxy servers – AN.ON remains free of charge) makes it possible to surf the internet anonymously and unobservably.Without Anonymization, every computer in the internet communicates using a traceable Address. That means:
the website visited,
the internet service provider (ISP),
and any eavesdropper on the internet connection
can determine which websites the user of a specific computer visits. Even the information which the user calls up can be intercepted and seen if encryption is not used. JAP uses a single static address which is shared by many JAP users. That way neither the visited website, nor an eavesdropper can determine which user visited which website.
BEST OF ALL ABOVE VPN:RED VPN && VPN TOOLsuggested by BlogSaays
RedVpn.net UPDATE : currently RedVPN is Down try VPN TOOL from below.
is best of all above VPN services because it doesn’t need any software and complicated configuration !!!
You have to follow some simple steps to setup RedVpn in any platform ,following are some features of redVpn
Absolutely free vpn service for everyone. All time free.
High speed connection and redundancy servers.
Ideal for mobile devices and tablet pc: iPhone, iPad, Android.
Use build-in client in Windows, MacOS, Linux for setting VPN.
No additional software, no viruses.
USA ip address: you can access Pandora, Hulu, LastFM outside the US.
Anonymous browsing: all data between you device and vpn server encrypted
Allow P2P traffic.
To setup RedVpn in my win XP I did following things:
1. Go to control panel.
2. Go to “Network and Internet Connections”.
3. Click on “Create a connection to the network at your workpalce”.
4.In new window select “Virtual Private Network connection” and click “Next”.
5. Fill value “Company Name”: Revpn.net and click “Next”.
6. Fill value “Host name or IP address…” free.redvpn.net and click “Next”.
7. Check box “Add a shorthcut to this connection to my desktop” and click “Finish”.
8. Switch to your desktop and double-click on icon “Redvpn.net”
In new window enter “User name”: free “Password”: browse this page.
Click “Connect”. Now your using free vpn Redvpn. Enjoy!
[note]While getting your password of RedVpn ensure that you have disable ADBlock addon of browser[/note]
VPN tool is as like as Redvpn which includes secure and encrypted browsing so to configure it do following steps
Step1: Go to VPN Tool Website.
Step2. Subscribe their for FREE and you will redirected to service page .
Step3. Choose any plan you want
VPN lite is less secure than VPN pro ,so i suggest go with VPN Pro which is also free and protected with IPsec
Step4. After that Fill Up your subscription form and submit it.
Step5. On next page you will see your Username and Password ,and software which will automatically downloaded(allow it if prompted in browser for automatically download it).Just that Setup and and from desktop go to VpnTool icon and put your appropriate Login credential and hit connect (you must connected to internet during this process)
Step6. Now you get connected using VPn check your current IP ,it it will changed.Enjoy safe and anonymous browsing.
VpnTool Setup is available for 32-bit OS,if u have 64-bit then do the same thing like RedVpn but put IP address from VpnTool
Note: All the above tools are not perfect VPN,some of them are act like VPN,hence use it accordingly by reading their proper information.
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