GoldenKey
GoldenKey
1.8.5

0.0

GoldenKey

GoldenKey

1.8.502 April 2019

Stable VPN client.

GoldenKey
Free
02 April 2019

0.0

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GoldenKey

GoldenKey

1.8.502 April 2019

Stable VPN client.

Overview

GoldenKey is a trusted security, privacy and access VPN.

Features
  • Access all websites and apps securely and privately at home, school, work or anywhere in the world.
  • Get complete protection from cybercriminals GoldenKey’s bankinglevel encryption hides your IP address, identity, and location from websites and online trackers.
  • Protect yourself from hackers and snoopers from stealing your usernames, passwords, credit card information on public WiFi networks.
  • GoldenKey doesn’t track or keep any logs of its users and their activities.
  • GoldenKey fully own all VPN servers and the proprietary servers ensure fastest VPN speed, and most stable & secured connections.
  • We are always open to feedbacks and suggestions. Any questions, simply shoot an email to vpnlantern@gmail.com
  • Get GoldenKey now! And if you love us, don’t forget to spread the love by giving us 5stars!
  • 7day free trial free of charge; no commitment; cancel anytime!

Note: While the software is classified as free, it offers in-App Purchases.

What's new in GoldenKey

Version 1.8.5:
  • Improve the performance of the network

Requirements for GoldenKey

  • OS X 10.11.0 or later

1 Reviews

Rate this app:

16 November 2017

Most helpful

1) Developers email address is a GMAIL account.... not even a professional company domain address. 2) website doesn't list where the servers are located, how many, or bandwidth. 3) purchase of VPN plan is NOT anonymous and can be tracked, because it goes through the app store; developer claims he does not keeps logs of activity and that MAY be so, but there is still a paper trail and history of the purchase attached to the account, stored by Apple for the rest of time. So if the whole point of VPN is security and anonymity, there are probably better choices
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Version 1.6.1
16 November 2017
1) Developers email address is a GMAIL account.... not even a professional company domain address. 2) website doesn't list where the servers are located, how many, or bandwidth. 3) purchase of VPN plan is NOT anonymous and can be tracked, because it goes through the app store; developer claims he does not keeps logs of activity and that MAY be so, but there is still a paper trail and history of the purchase attached to the account, stored by Apple for the rest of time. So if the whole point of VPN is security and anonymity, there are probably better choices
Like
Version 1.6.1
1 answer(s)
Pirx
13 April 2019
I have no idea what you use VPN for, but it sure doesn't sound legit. The main objective is to have a secure connection from A to B and to get around the Great Firewall of China, and that is, what these guys do.
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Free

0.0

Category:

Internet

Internet Utilities

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 770 times

Free

0.0

Category:

Internet

Internet Utilities

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 770 times

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1 Reviews

Rate this app:

16 November 2017

Most helpful

1) Developers email address is a GMAIL account.... not even a professional company domain address. 2) website doesn't list where the servers are located, how many, or bandwidth. 3) purchase of VPN plan is NOT anonymous and can be tracked, because it goes through the app store; developer claims he does not keeps logs of activity and that MAY be so, but there is still a paper trail and history of the purchase attached to the account, stored by Apple for the rest of time. So if the whole point of VPN is security and anonymity, there are probably better choices
Like
Version 1.6.1
16 November 2017
1) Developers email address is a GMAIL account.... not even a professional company domain address. 2) website doesn't list where the servers are located, how many, or bandwidth. 3) purchase of VPN plan is NOT anonymous and can be tracked, because it goes through the app store; developer claims he does not keeps logs of activity and that MAY be so, but there is still a paper trail and history of the purchase attached to the account, stored by Apple for the rest of time. So if the whole point of VPN is security and anonymity, there are probably better choices
Like
Version 1.6.1
1 answer(s)
Pirx
13 April 2019
I have no idea what you use VPN for, but it sure doesn't sound legit. The main objective is to have a secure connection from A to B and to get around the Great Firewall of China, and that is, what these guys do.
Like