AirVPN Review

Published in 4 de setembro de 2023 by

Airvpn review was launched in Italy in 2010 as a hobby project by hackers and activists. They pledged to provide users the “Air to Breathe The Real Internet”. Now the provider has servers in 21 countries, supports OpenVPN and provides a variety of advanced security features. This includes the latest AES encryption that is virtually impossible to break. The provider also allows multi-hopping, which enables you to route your traffic through multiple servers, so that your exit IP is masked. However, it doesn’t support PPTP or L2TP/IPsec, which may be a big deal for some users.

Eddie is the name of the software. It has an intuitive interface that could be improved, but it’s packed with settings and features that can be overwhelming for novices. For instance, it has the ability to route traffic using IP address, hostname, or application, and even allow certain protocols to be used for outgoing and inbound. This level of comprehensive control isn’t something that you will find in a lot of VPN applications.

AirVPN does not keep logs of any information other than some technical data for troubleshooting purposes and it has a robust kill switch that will automatically remove you from the internet when the connection fails. The app provides a wide array of security options that include encryption and authentication options, as well as a choice of tunneling mode.

AirVPN is compatible with Windows, macOS, Linux and Android as in routers running DDWRT and AsusWRT as well as pfSense. The provider offers a 30-day money back guarantee and has competitive pricing.