VPNs are not as secure as we think. Be careful using passwords and other identifiable information through companies that may not have the same security interests as you do.
A great VPN that takes it's security seriously but the monthly pricing is overly expensive with no justification other than to make the yearly plan look better.
- With Cloak's auto-secure feature, you don't even need to remember that you *have* Cloak -- just connect to that coffee shop, or airport, or hotel, or conference Wi-Fi and trust that Cloak's got your back.I'm literally using Cloak right now. It's great.
- I have been using NordVPN for a while. This is a "true" VPN, not just a browser extension. It ticks all of the things that is truly important in a VPN. First they keep no logs, their speeds are really great (better than other VPNs ive used), and its accessible to use with all your devices. There are apps for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux, all the way down to Raspberry Pi. You can even export config files for your router if you want all your router's traffic to automatically be routed through the VPN. Also Nord has thousands of servers all around the world. You can connect almost anywhere. I highly recommend it. Yes its a paid VPN. But you do get what you paid for, so if you are serious about getting a VPN, its the real deal.