VPN Tunnel



– No logs
– Anonymous dynamic IP
– Unlimited bandwidth
– Encrypted connection
– Stronger encryption than PPTP
– Fast and efficient support
– No closed ports

How VPN works

Strong encryption
When you connect to our VPN server, you do so entirely encrypted. We use OpenVPN with 2048-bit Blowfish encryption. Would someone try to recreate or collect your data it would be totaly unreadable.

Anonymous dynamic IP
We are replacing your current IP address with an anonymous that belongs to us.

Unlimited bandwidth
We have no quotas or traffic speed limits.

No logs
We protect the privacy of our users. We therefore do not save logs of who has a particular IP address at a given time.

Works on most operating systems such as:

– Windows
– Mac
– Linux

Open ports
We have no closed ports. This means you can put up a web server or other services behind the VPN. It also gives you higher speeds when file sharing.

OpenVPN client
For Windows, we have developed our own OpenVPN client. It includes:

– Auto login – Allow you to automatically conenct your VPNtunnel.

– Connection guard – This is for your protection in case of an unexpected disconenction from the VPN server. It allow you to choose which applications to disable in case of a disconnection.

– National selection – Allow you to choose which nationality the ip we provide will have. This service will grow, and shortly we will publish available nationalities on the website.

Similar clients will be developed for Mac and Linux aswell.


  1. Eli
    07.05.2012, 11:08 pm

    I don’t see anything in that arctlie I don’t already know. anyone who uses btguard should be familiar with this information, and understand how it all works. instead of bashing btguard, how about you post a similar but better service in this same price range. btguard is far from a perfect service, but it is the solution available to us. I suspect there will be a better solution eventually, but until then, this is the service I recommend, if you care to be anonymous.btw, yes, your isp can see all the data that goes over your line, but what do they really care? you’re a paying customer. they’re trying to pass laws in the US to force isp’s to log your transferred information right this moment, but they currently aren’t required to. isp’s only respond the way they’re required to by law, when they’re contacted by one of these scamming law firms. they forward the threatening letter and/or terminate your account. it’s not in their best interest to lose that income each month.

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  2. Yuhmi
    10.05.2012, 5:00 am

    I agree with some of the other reviews. Although they now do offer a VPN siervce it is just as unreliable as the proxy siervce. Under Windows 7 I kept getting disconnected every 2 hours. I contacted their support 10 days ago but still have received no response.Their proxy is only secure when you use the optional Encryption package. I found that the encryption package kept closing all the time with out me knowing it leaving me unprotected.I switched to a VPN siervce out of Sweden that encrypts all ports, including those used by Bit Torrent, and am glad I did.

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