- Rated 1 out of 5by TELLALL4ALL, 24 days ago9-17-22: WOW. From really good to really, really bad. Today I had two time their "proxies" disconnect me w/out warning revealing my home IP. Switched to another free proxy. Lately this one is either "offline", cannot connect or they kick you off the proxy and violate your privacy. Junk. Maybe they are trying to tell us we must PAY if we want a REAL vpn?
slow as hell to connect. changed to another free (one of many available) vpn due to it's sloth like slowness. Once connected not so bad but takes forever to connect and their ip are frequently "offline".
- Rated 2 out of 5by HonestReviews, a month ago9-2-22: This started off as the best free vpn available. Now at about 4 months out it has gone to hell and is crappy as all the other "free" VPNS.
I went to the trouble to post this review because it is so bad now. SLOWWWW to load. SLOOOWWW to give error messages due to other reasons. Just damn slow you grow old waiting for a response for their servers. Half the time the dummies running this cannot tell if you have an account or not and offer up a new account window that then disappears if you reload the browser. Gone to hell same as all the other lame "free" vpns out there. It's not FREE if we have to waste our time getting the pos to work! The guys running this are smart. But not smart enough to deal with their new user load. Also it does not prevent DNS leads from browserleaks.org and shows the home DNS server whichi is a dead giveaway of your home IP. This is WITH their so called adguard adblock enabled which is supposed to use THEIR DNS. Guess what that shows but SO does your HOME DNS, VOILA, we now know where you are and probably WHO you are. Still lacking: a free vpm that is ANY GOOD with residential IPs that does not leak DNS info. I should say this is for chrome, but I am sure the same is true for FFOX.