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ProtonVPN is the new VPN service from the creators of ProtonMail, the ultra secure mail born at CERN

After a year of development and being tested by some 10,000 beta testers from the ProtonMail community, the Swiss team behind one of the ultra private mail services that has attracted the most attention in recent years, has launched its own service VPN: ProtonVPN. And yes, they also have a free plan.

ProtonVPN is born to extend the range of protection that they want to offer in ProtonMail, knowing that everything we do online goes far beyond just email.

A virtual private network that allows users to navigate the web without being tracked, with greater security when passing all traffic through a heavily encrypted tunnel, and also helping to jump blockages and censorship. Although ProtonVPN is intended for activists, journalists or those who already use ProtonMail, it can obviously be used by anyone with the same privacy and security needs.

A free VPN available for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Linux

One of the main objectives of ProtonVPN was to be able to offer the service to the entire public, and for that reason they have turned it into a free VPN service. Obviously, this will have its restrictions: you can only use servers in 3 countries, in a single device and the browsing speed will be low.

The good news is that there are no navigation limits, they do not set a maximum of megabytes of traffic per month, you can use it as long as you want. If you can pay any of the plans, you have three more options with higher speeds, all countries, and up to 10 devices. In addition to access to Tor servers.

ProtonVPN presents a secure core architecture that routes traffic through multiple encrypted tunnels in multiple countries to better defend against network-based attacks. It also integrates with the Tor network to guarantee anonymity.

The other important point of sale for ProtonVPN is trust, and for that they offer a transparent model, its reputation as a company, and the jurisdiction of Swiss laws that do not respond to other governments and intelligence agencies that may want your data.

With the huge amount of VPN offers out there, and the growing need of the average Internet user to encrypt their traffic if they do not want to be spied on by their ISP, their government, or simply any third party with commercial or criminal interests, ProtonVPN is painted from already as one of the best alternatives of today.

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