VPN Client
VPN Client
3.0

0.0

VPN Client free download for Mac

VPN Client

3.0
26 May 2018

Connect to a variety of VPN servers.

Overview

VPN Client allows you to select any of 90+ VPN servers across the world and satisfy your Internet needs with a highly secure virtual private network. VPN Client is free to download, and provides a 7-days free trial period with unlimited VPN access. You can choose the one best suited to your VPN service subscription plans:

  • Billed every week
  • Billed every month (save 55%)
  • Billed every three months (save 70%)
  • Billed every year (save 80%)
  • Billed every three years (save 85%)
Features
  • One click to set up VPN connection
  • Option to select the fastest VPN server
  • Quick access to online video-streaming servers
  • Ability to quickly change IP address and hide real IP
  • 90+ VPN servers in worldwide locations
  • Highly secure encryption of your shared information in VPN tunnel
  • Unlimited VPN bandwidth for your traffic
  • Secure Internet connection while using public Wi-Fi points
  • Personal VPN server with fast VPN speed

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

What's new in VPN Client

Version 3.0:
  • Added more protocols for VPN technology support, the app supports:
    • iPSec,
    • IKEv2 (iPSec),
    • OpenVPN,
    • Wise TCP,
    • Wise UDP
  • Improved connection to VPN Servers at first start
  • Improved VPN Streaming option to access media channels like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, BBC, etc.
  • VPN Client is optimized for macOS High Sierra
  • New VPN servers added
  • Improved VPN connection time
  • Improved VPN servers displaying when have multiple VPN servers in one location

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1 VPN Client Reviews

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Derekcurrie
21 August 2017

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This is a VPN client app for a SPECIFIC VPN service called 'VPN Client'. If the software works with other VPN services, fine. But I'd tend to stick with the software provided by individual services as they typically include their own features that may be useful.

The 'VPN Client' VPN service provides 7 days free, then you pay. The costs are listed at their home page. The feature list looks good, particularly "No logging of your data", which should be a requirement of ANY VPN service you use.

Problem: Where are they located? WHOIS lists nothing but their certificate authority provider. Their website offers no indication of their country of origin or address. That's a major concern these days as many governments are now demanding Man-In-The-Middle access to VPN services for surveillance purposes. That means violating your privacy rights. Example: China. I'd include Hong Kong. Using their approved VPN services would worry me.

IOW: Be choosy which VPN service you use. 'VPN Client' looks much better on the surface than many others. But concern remains.
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Version 1.0
Derekcurrie
21 August 2017
This is a VPN client app for a SPECIFIC VPN service called 'VPN Client'. If the software works with other VPN services, fine. But I'd tend to stick with the software provided by individual services as they typically include their own features that may be useful.

The 'VPN Client' VPN service provides 7 days free, then you pay. The costs are listed at their home page. The feature list looks good, particularly "No logging of your data", which should be a requirement of ANY VPN service you use.

Problem: Where are they located? WHOIS lists nothing but their certificate authority provider. Their website offers no indication of their country of origin or address. That's a major concern these days as many governments are now demanding Man-In-The-Middle access to VPN services for surveillance purposes. That means violating your privacy rights. Example: China. I'd include Hong Kong. Using their approved VPN services would worry me.

IOW: Be choosy which VPN service you use. 'VPN Client' looks much better on the surface than many others. But concern remains.
Like (5)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Gregm
Gregm
17 February 2018
Gotta concur -- this is misleading as hell.

It isn't free-- it is a one week trial for a paid service.

There are clients that watch/ monitor/ and serve as GUI for VPN services. Tunnelblick, IPSecuritas, and VPN Monitor.app are examples of clients.

There are multitudes of VPN *services* available with differences regarding usable bandwidth (speed), logging, monitoring, vulnerability to having to respond to secret government regs/ inquiries, throttling, data collection, ability to select (or auto-select) servers, costs, billing, embedded adds and more.

My understanding of terminology is Clients are front end user interface for Services that generally have several Servers in different locations (is it 60 or 90 with these guys?)

I personally use tunnelblick client with protonvpn. service
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  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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