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Hide.me is one of the VPN services which truly offers a no-logs policy. The company is based in Malaysia, where the law does not require VPNs to store logs of their users data. Hide.me was audited by a third party security firm, which certified the VPN’s claim too.

Now, what else does the service boast of? An incredible number of network protocols are available to choose from including IKEv2, PPTP, L2TP, IPsec, OpenVPN, SoftEther and SSTP.

Did you know that you can use Hide.me VPN with various devices such as your Smart TV, IPTV, Game Console? But if you just want to use it with your computer or phone, which run on Windows, Android, iOS, Mac, you can use the user friendly applications to connect to the VPN with ease.

The apps have an auto-connect option, which automatically picks the fastest available server, based on your location, for you. There are over 30 locations around the world, where Hide.me VPN has servers in, and you can manually connect to any of them, depending on your requirement.

For example: If a website or service is only accessible from a particular Country, you can choose to connect to the server located in that region, to unblock the web content.

Speeds are not a concern with the VPN, because Hide.me has unlimited bandwidth, and there is no limit to the amount of data that you can upload or download either.

Sometimes your web browser or other applications may accidentally leak your IP address to websites, even if you are using a VPN. That’s not an issue with Hide.me VPN though, because the apps have an IP Leak Prevention, and a DNS Leak Prevention options, which when enabled prevent your data from being transmitted to third parties.

There is another option in the VPN’s apps, called the Kill Switch, which true to its name, stops your internet activity when the connection to the VPN server is halted. This breaks any ongoing internet connection, to prevent leaks of your data.

Hide.me VPN secures your internet connection with a 256-bit AES encryption algorithm, to prevent man-in –the-middle attacks.