VPN Services: KryptoVpn Review

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KryptoVpn ReviewWe recently tested a new VPN service called KryptoVPN that impressed us by its effectiveness! You will find in this article the complete test and a detailed description. Read our KryptoVPN review!

KryptoVPN advantages

KryptoVpn allows you to:

  • To ensure complete anonymity;
  • Avoid that your communications may be intercepted or analyzed by Third Parties (e.g. your ISP);
  • Use of P2P (BitTorrent, eMule …) without risk of being identified! (Servers in Switzerland and Sweden seem to be the best for P2P);
  • Access to all websites, no filters, no blocked ports!  Skype and MSN OK!
  • To have a better protection: KryptoVPN included a small firewall.

KryptoVPN offer also:

  • Unlimited bandwidth;
  • Unlimited traffic;
  • Instant activation if you pay by credit card or Paypal;
  • Unlimited Switch between Germany, Italy, UK, Sweden, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Hong Kong and the United States!
  • Attractive prices!  (4euro/month)
  • NO LOGS!  The company is located in the Seychelles, there are no constraints (unlike HideMyAss which is located in England and 30 days kept logs …) more if you take the server Swedish you are about not having a problem!

KryptoVPN disadvantages:

KryptoVPN also has some drawbacks:

  • No account: You pay, then you receive an email with the software and the OpenVPN certificates made on the fly just for you. Other VPN services allow you to have access to your payment information, invoices, account info, etc.
  • The site is not user-friendly
  • No PPTP or L2TP available, only OpenVPN application.

KryptoVPN Installation:

After payment you receive the OpenVPN application in a portable version (no installation on your PC, handy when you are going or the office where administrative rights are not necessarily given, or if you do not want to let tracks!).

You can easily find the folder “config”, and for those like me who does not like to run each time the application and prefers to install it permanently, it’s very simple: install OpenVPN, and replace the default application “config” file by the OpenVPN KryptoVPN.

Conclusion

To sum up our KyptoVPN review, KryptoVPN is a good VPN service, easy to setup and run! The most important feature of KyptoVPN is that guarantees your privacy and no logs are stored in their databases. Also KryptoVpn uses the highest level encryption available today with AES 256 bit and 2048 bit RSA. Enjoy!

What do you think about KryptoVPN? Add your KryptoVPN review in the comments below!

4 comments… add one
  • Steve Apr 18, 2012

    Good review on KryptoVPN.
    That happens to be my choice of VPN. I’m more than satisfied with their service.

  • Bobo Nana May 10, 2012

    Kryptovpn works far better than a service like BTGuard but has some serious flaws which need to be adressed or it can be a positive danger to Bittorrent and other users.

    1. If the connection times out in the final phase, the connection drops back to your standard IP but gives the appearance of a success, with icon turning from yellow to green. The user is fully exposed, while thinking he is protected by the VPN

    2. If the VPN drops the connection, the connection drops back to the default gateway (the normal connection) and once again the user is fully exposed.
    A proxy is safer here, because if the connection breaks the software stalls. uTorrent will continue file sharing with a VPN but not a Proxy.

    3. There are workarounds for these problems, but they should be included with the package. This means that for normal users unfamiliar with networking a VPN such as the one here should be avoided as while there is full security when the system works, there is absolute risk when it does not. Basically the software lacks proper error control, found often on Unix products and their ports where such things are considered minor and left to the end user.

    4. That said, this is highly recommended for those who are familiar with networking, OpenVPN and basic script writing. It is not recommended for the average windows user who may have never seen a command line.

  • anon Aug 18, 2012

    Use VPN check or something similar to protect you when vpn connection drops.

  • Anon Aug 20, 2012

    I agree with Steve and Bobo Nana. My advice: install Vpncheck or similar program to protect against connection dropaouts and use tcp servers. Hope that Kryptovpn will improve their program…

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