A VPN allows you to surf the Internet anonymously, securely connect to public WiFi hotspots, and disguise your location to bypass Internet censorship and access geographically restricted content Streaming services. But with so many VPNs to choose from, it can be difficult to say which one is right for you, or even how they differ from the start.
Founded in 2011, CyberGhost is a zero-logs VPN headquartered in Romania, a privacy haven and successful opponent of two attempts by the European Union to enforce laws that oblige governments to store data about internet usage.
CyberGhost has 7,300 servers in 91 countries around the world. This means that you can camouflage your location so that it is connected from a number of locations around the world while the relatively large number of servers keep speed up as users don’t have to share bandwidth.
You can use this VPN on seven devices at the same time and cover most, if not all, of the devices in your home with apps …