CyberGhost is a Romanian-based VPN provider founded in 2011. They are one of the most rapidly growing VPNs in the industry with a strong focus on server selection, value pricing, and usability.
CyberGhost offers a network of 2700+ servers across 60+ countries via a range of devices including Android, iPhone, Mac & Desktop. They allow up to 7 device connections. They have a unique approach to P2P (neither banning nor fully allowing), a good focus on usability and complementary features.
After years of foolishly running my online business via public WiFi, I decided to start using a VPN to secure my communications (and access a bit of out of market sporting events while traveling).
But I found out that – similar to web hosting – there is no such thing as a “best VPN provider”. In fact, it’s like a whole world of confusing information where even trustworthy information is near-useless since it’s so complex. This CyberGhost review is my notes from trying them out for my own purposes as a security-aware, traveling, US-based businessperson who needs good usability and good pricing. I am not a political activist or someone who regularly travels to firewalled countries.
Whether you are looking for a VPN for privacy, for website access, for avoiding geotargeting, for protecting communications or all the above, hopefully, this CyberGhost VPN review will be useful.
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