Want to protect your web traffic? You should consider getting a VPN, which stands for Virtual Private Network. VPNs place all of your web traffic into an encrypted tunnel, allowing you to surf the web freely. They’re great if you’re on a public network, dealing with sensitive information, or even if you just want to access another country’s Netflix. But picking the right VPN can get a little confusing, which is why Security Baron reviews each one for its features, security, speed, and more.
Each review goes into detail about a VPN’s privacy jurisdiction, data-logging policy, encryption methods, and Internet protocols. We also personally test each VPN on both a Mac and a Windows computer, checking for download speed, upload speed, latency, DNS leaks, and WebRTC leaks. By breaking down these numbers into palatable information, Security Baron makes choosing a VPN much easier than ever before.