VPN.AC is an advanced VPN service based in Romania, which is a very good place for an Internet privacy service. It has 79 VPN servers in 21 countries and Proxy servers in 32 countries. Those servers help users get around geo-restriction and access the global network without any limit from anywhere. You can connect to the server which is closer to you to get better connection. This VPN masks your IP address with new one that you can choose among the pool of shared IP addresses of different cities and countries. Others only see IP address from VPN provider and your real one is hidden. The encrypted DNS resolution, private DNS server, Internet kill switch, IP leak prevention and other features to give your privacy the best protection. The perfect jurisdiction and strict no log policy make sure that you are the only person who know what you are doing on the Internet. Others can’t track or spy on you. VPN.AC supports P2P/torrents. It has servers optimized for P2P downloading. You can download from torrent sites safely and privately. If P2P/torrent is banned in your country or you want to download anonymously, VPN.AC helps you achieve this goal. You won’t get trouble for download via P2P/torrent. This VPN utilizes AES 256-bit encryption and strong 4096-bit RSA session establishment encryption to safeguard your online traffic. Likewise, it supports OpenVPN over Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)/Internet Protocol Security (IPSec), and Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP). It’s free to switch between different protocols and servers. VPN.AC is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android and has Smart DNS browser extensions for Chrome, Opera and Firefox. Manual setup for Linux, routers, and set-top boxes are provided. You can get started with it easily. As it allows six simultaneous connections, you can protect all of your devices with one single plan. VPN.AC delivers great security and privacy solution at affordable prices.
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