HideMy.name VPN

HideMy.name VPN 1.60

Pick your favorite server and connect to the Internet anonymously

In Internet terms, privacy is more and more becoming a luxury. Browsing the Web anonymously in order to protect your identity and your sensitive data can only be achieved by using a VPN solution. HideMy.name VPN offers you a secure way to access the Web without revealing your IP, allowing you to navigate privately using the server and the address of your choice.

With support for the OpenVPN TCP and UDP, L2TP, and PPTP protocols, connecting to a virtual server and start browsing the Web anonymously takes but a few seconds. The program can select the most suitable protocol and server for you (usually one of the closest to your real location), but you always have the last word. You can choose among servers in various continents, and even select your favorite IP when more than one are available in the selected server.

To help you decide which server is best for you and to create your own list of favorite servers, the program offers you a speed tester for all servers available, informing you about the real throughput of any server at a given time in Mbit/s. You can also select your preferred encryption method, and even select the new Chameleon VPN technology to avoid being blocked by restrictive governments or corporations.

HideMy.name VPN is a quick and effective solution to your privacy needs when surfing the Web. It is easy to connect, offers you a wide choice of settings to customize your browsing, and supports the latest protocols and VPN technologies. You can check its effectiveness by downloading and running its 24-hour trial version – it will let you navigate at full speed and without limitations, provided that you accept to install a certain piece of software.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • Performs speed tests of your preferred servers
  • Supports lists of favorite servers
  • Choose your IP address
  • Offers real-time information about server status
  • Supports four connection protocols


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