- by USER-EXPERIENCEONLY, 8 months agoRated 2 out of 5feb 13,2021: They are now requiring a download of their software to use the free VPN. Not gonna happen, bad enuf they are spying on me now, not gonna give them even MORE access to my computer.
Feb 7, 2021: Of all the free vpns here, this one is the WORST for disconnecting you for no reason, randomly for no reason. It's so called webrtc blocker does not work, the one they recommend does not work so your IP is out there without you knowing it. It's better than the others in terms of number of different free proxies and ease of register and connect, but it's connections are very unstable.
Jan. 24, 2021: Don't know what happened, this vpn has gone to CRAP. Frequent disconnects for no reason, their webrtc addon does not work such that your real IP is exposed. Breaks your connection to your isp dns such that you lose connectivety when their crap servers suddenly disconnect you and you have to restart your wifi. Will start looking for an alternative.
tested many many free vpns. None of them are much good. This one is better than most but gives a false sense of security, random disconnects that in all likelyhood reveal your home IP address. So the whole reason for even using a vpn is defeated. Also you need an additional addon to prevent webrtc leaks of your home IP.
So why I ask even use a so-called free vpn?
- by Kikin-Sama, a year agoRated 2 out of 5When it works it does it well. However, lately I was having trouble connecting to any webRTC service and it turns out that this extension installed another extension to block all webRTC traffic.
- by Firefox user 15210182, a year agoRated 2 out of 5When it's working, it's fine. There are rules and limitations to the free version. I get that and can live with it for now. But sometimes it SAYS it's working and it ISN'T, which can be very, very bad. I know when it's not working, because I know how to check my location and IP address. This alone makes me NOT want to try their premium service.