HotSpot Shield review: It's fast, beautiful, and definitely not for anonymity

HotSpot Shield review: It's fast, beautiful, and definitely not for anonymity

HotSpot Shield in brief:P2P allowed: YesBusiness location: United StatesNumber of servers: 2,000+Number of country locations: 25Cost: $71.88 per yearB

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HotSpot Shield in brief:

P2P allowed: Yes

Business location: United States

Number of servers: 2,000+

Number of country locations: 25

Cost: $71.88 per year

Before people got serious about VPN encryption post-Snowden, a top choice for encrypting your Wi-Fi connection was AnchorFree’s HotSpot Shield. It was free, easy to set up, and only required that you look at some ads injected into your browsing.

That service is still around, but today we’re looking at HotSpot Shield Elite. AnchorFree’s paid service that removes the ads and offers faster speeds.

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