5 Reasons to Pick Kaspersky Secure Connection Above Other VPNs
Article by George Norman
On 02 May 2017
Without thinking too much about it, I can easily mention several VPN applications: TunnelBear, Opera VPN for iOS and Android, F-Secure Freedome, SurfEasy, and Avira Phantom VPN. I could probably mention more if I focused a little bit harder, but I’m just going to stop there.

The point I’m trying to make here is that there are lots of VPN applications out there, with more joining the party every day. With so many choices, why should you pick Kaspersky’s Secure Connection instead of some other VPN?


Kaspersky’s own "John Snow" provided 5 reasons to make your choice a little bit easier. Check them out below.

1. It's made by Kaspersky Lab

As a rule of thumb, you should always get software from companies that have proven to be reliable. Kaspersky Lab is an internationally renowned security company that’s been in business for more than 20 years. If you’re going to get an antivirus, antimalware, or VPN application, you can’t go wrong by choosing a Kaspersky Lab product. Alongside lots of paid security products, Russian security company Kaspersky Lab has plenty of free stuff to offer.

2. It uses the OpenVPN protocol

In this lengthy article, Kaspersky Lab goes over the most prevalent VPN implementations, highlighting their advantages and drawbacks. Since you probably don’t have the time to read that entire article, let’s cut straight to the chase: you should pick a VPN that uses the reliable, secure, and open source OpenVPN protocol. Care to guess what protocol Kaspersky Secure Connection uses? Yes, it's OpenVPN.

3. It has servers all over the world

A VPN should do three things; encrypt your connection, hide your IP address, and spoof your location – which is done by connecting to VPN servers from all over the world. If you connect to a VPN server located in Germany for example, websites will think you’re from the Germany. And if you need to fool websites into thinking you’re from some other location, Kaspersky Secure Connection has you covered.

Kaspersky Secure Connection has VPN servers all over the world: Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, USA, Ukraine, and United Kingdom.

4. It doesn’t log your traffic

The whole point of using a VPN is to protect your privacy, to prevent others from snooping on your online activities and to prevent ISPs from logging your traffic. You definitely don’t want to get a VPN from a provider that logs the websites you visit, stores that information, and shares it with third parties. It defeats the whole point of getting a VPN.

With Kaspersky Secure Connection, you can rest assured that the VPN doesn’t log your traffic. Your privacy is safe!

5. It’s generous with free users, inexpensive for paid customers

If you don’t want to pay for Kaspersky Secure Connection, you don’t have to. There’s a Free Version that you can use to protect your privacy, assuming of course that you’re okay with these two limitations:
  • Data allowance of 200MB per day (potentially 6GB per month).
  • Automatic VPN server selection (you can’t manually connect to a VPN server).
If you’re not okay with these two limitations, purchase the inexpensive Premium version, which is priced at $4.99 per month or $29.99 for a full year. The Premium version offers unlimited traffic, lets you connect to any VPN server you want to, and it can be used on up to 5 devices.

Learn more about Kaspersky Secure Connection.

Kaspersky Secure Connection for Windows.

Tags: VPN, Kaspersky Lab, security, privacy, Kaspersky Secure Connection, Microsoft, Windows
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