Best VPN 2014

The year 2014 witnessed several cases of hacking and security breaching. From malware attacks on Yahoo and Apple to online attack on thousands of stores, 2014 was an eventful year that saw many cyber hits.

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Cyber attacks are definitely on the rise. To protect yourself from cyber criminals, you should consider using a VPN. But that’s not the only reason why thousands of people trust VPN services.

Use Public Wi-Fi Networks With Confidence

Public Wi-Fi networks such as those found at airports and restaurants are not suitable for confidential browsing or email. Even inexperienced hackers can easily intercept your unencrypted traffic when you are on a public Wi-Fi network. People have started to become aware of this fact, and this is why many people used VPN services this year.

Access Geographically Restricted Content

Some popular websites like Hulu or Netflix are not available outside the US. Thousands of users across the globe have subscribed to VPN services to access geographically restricted content.

Bypass Corporate or Government Censorship

There are many offices where employee surveillance is carried out to make sure they are not viewing restricted content. You will probably not be able to access certain websites like Facebook or Twitter from your workplace because of corporate censorship. Governments also restrict access to certain websites. A VPN connection allows you to get around all of these restrictions and access just about any website from your workplace. This is another major reason why many people opted for VPNs in 2014.

Share P2P Files Privately

If you are a P2P user, a VPN service is your best friend. It is true that a VPN connection is relatively slower than a regular connection, but it will encrypt your downloads and uploads and ensure that you are not identifiable by law enforcement authorities.

When several companies offer VPN services, finding the right one can be a bit difficult. We have compared the best VPN companies in the world to help our readers decide which one is right for them. Here is our list of the best VPN providers for 2014.


Private Internet Access

Private Internet Access

If security is your biggest concern, Private Internet Access is the right VPN service for you. They have more than 1,500 servers. Private Internet Access offers both 128 bit and 256 bit encryption protocols. Prices are quite affordable. Their VPN service costs only $39.95/year.

Read the Private Internet Access review


IPVanish

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A well-known VPN company, IPVanish has servers in about 61 countries. They allow you to choose from over 14,000 IP addresses. IPVanish has an intuitive interface. They protect your connection with 128 bit encryption technology and support almost all devices and operating systems. The service costs $77.99/year.

Read the IPVanish review


PureVPN

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PureVPN offers excellent tutorials for first time users. Their service will secure your browsing session with up to 256 bit encryption technology. PureVPN’s service costs $49.95/year.

Read the full PureVPN review


BolehVPN

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BolehVPN is a small VPN company based in Malaysia. Despite their small size, they offer great VPN services at attractive prices. They protect your data with 256 encryption technology, and their service costs $79.99/year.

Read the BolehVPN review


VyprVPN

VyprVPN

VyprVPN is one of the oldest and most trusted companies in this sector. They have more than 700 servers spread across the world. A strong supporter of Internet freedom, VyprVPN uses 256-bit encryption technology to protect your data from surveillance agencies and hackers. Their service costs $80.04/year.

Read the VyprVPN review