Webroot provides a no-frills VPN at an affordable price, or as an add-on to your Webroot antivirus purchase. It's a serviceable option, but you can find more robust VPNs without paying much more.
A VPN, or virtual private network, is one of the easiest ways to improve your online privacy. We've reviewed scores of them, and these are the best VPN services we've tested.
Streaming video on Netflix is a pleasure most of us have come to take for granted, but as soon as you start crossing borders, you may find it unavailable. With the right VPN you might be able to keep streaming as you hop from country to country.
NordVPN wraps a slick client around a strong collection of security features and an enormous network of servers. It's an excellent VPN that has invested heavily in improving its security infrastructure and practices.
VPNs are excellent for privacy, but Netflix does its best to block customers who use VPNs. Here are the best VPNs that play nice (for now) with Netflix.
Sometimes you need to change your apparent location online, and for that you need a VPN. Here's how to set up a VPN to make it look like you're in a different country.
TorGuard VPN is an affordable way to protect your web traffic and offers features sure to appeal to security wonks, but its client software is far from the best.
The company's VPN app will be a free perk for users who subscribe to the $9.99-a-month 2TB plan on Google One, the company's cloud storage service.
Surfshark VPN's high price is balanced against unlimited devices per account and an excellent set of features.
Norton Secure VPN offers VPN protection from a trusted name with affordable, flexible pricing, but it prohibits BitTorrent, lacks extra features, and offers few server locations.
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Kaspersky Secure Connection provides VPN protection in a pleasant package from a well known industry name. While limited in features, it's easy to use and will barely leave a mark on your bank account.
CyberGhost offers an excellent VPN product with a strong stance on privacy, a robust network, and a generous number of simultaneous connections. It's expensive, however.
If you're short on cash but are looking for additional privacy protections, a free VPN may help. Here's everything you need to know about what you get (and don't) with the best free VPN services.
ProtonVPN might seem small, but it has a lot more to offer than many of the bigger players. The free version is the best we’ve tested, and paid subscriptions are affordable as well.
F-Secure Freedome is a simple, approachable VPN from a trusted name in the security industry. But it's light on features, is comparatively expensive, and has some unfortunate quirks.
If you're looking for a VPN in Canada, you're spoiled for choices. These are the top-rated services we've tested with servers up north.
Whether you're connecting to a service in United Kingdom from abroad or you're looking to protect your traffic within the UK, these are our top-rated tested VPNs that have a significant presence in the UK.
VPNs are intended to protect your privacy and security, but whether or not you should use them in China is a complex decision. We round up the VPN providers that have servers in the country and explain some of the issues surrounding their use.