FlyVPN

FlyVPN 3.7

Unblocks access restricted websites from locations with restricted sites
3.8  (16 votes)
3.7.5.1 (See all)
Provides access to Facebook, Twitter, G+, Youtube, and many other sites that may be blocked in certain countries. With several features like hiding IP or Anonymous Surfing, it also bypasses restrictions from schools and hotels. As well it changes your IP address for a reduced network latency.

FlyVPN is intended to protect your privacy by hiding your identity from those websites that track your activities. Moreover, it can help you bypass local rules as well as geographical restrictions. The program creates a virtual private network (VPN), which means that all the data is encrypted and, therefore, untraceable by your Internet provider. For this to happen, you need a FlyVPN account.

Starting a VPN connection requires providing your credentials (account name or email address and password). The program’s interface is quite easy to use. It shows available servers, which are located in more than forty different countries. You can also have view their response times and load percentage so that you can choose the one providing the fastest transfer speeds.

Fortunately, the connection is very configurable. For instance, you may decide to send all or part of the traffic through the VPN. Likewise, you can pick a protocol and configure the rooting table. It is great that it works fine with software connecting via P2P protocols, which means that you can use it to download torrents.

All in all, FlyVPN can be exactly what you are looking for if you need to access blocked websites and protect your private data from third parties. It is a pity that you cannot avoid having to trust the VPN provider, but this is just the same for all similar services. You can use your free account for 14 days, with the possibility of establishing three 20-minute-long connections per day. Unfortunately, there are some limitations as to the number of servers you can access.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • Encrypted connections
  • Multiple servers in various countries
  • Provides information as to the fastest servers available at the moment
  • Supports P2P protocols

Cons

  • Requires credentials
  • You trust sensitive information to a third party
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