For years, you’ve heard the steady drumbeat. You need to have a VPN to protect yourself online. It’s been drilled into all of us for more than a decade.
But in the wake of VPN, KeepSolid, one of the world’s most respected VPN providers, has jumped into the market with a new service called SmartDNS. It’s like their popular VPN Unlimited service. Only, it’s different. Except when the two apps do the same things. Which isn’t always.
Don’t worry. SmartDNS and VPN Unlimited both have their specific uses for different users — and you can choose which camp you belong in easily since you get both apps in The Ultimate KeepSolid Lifetime Subscription Bundle.
As a perennial security resource, you’re likely already familiar with a service like VPN Unlimited. A PCMag Top VPN choice, it offers a blanket of security over all your activities online. Funneling your web connection through their military-grade AES 256-bit encrypted server network of more than 400 servers in over 80 locations worldwide, users enjoy complete anonymity online.
With your IP address protected, you and all your valuable information stay hidden from any cybercriminals online while you enjoy unfettered access to everything online, including geoblocked sites and streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, BBC iPlayer and more.
However, security can occasionally have its price. A VPN connection can sacrifice some data delivery speed in return for its security protections. That’s an acceptable trade-off in many cases. But if you’re a streaming junkie who has to see movies and TV in sterling 1080p resolution those speed sacrifices can sometimes slow your stream.
For users who spend a lot of their time riding the stream, you might want to consider SmartDNS instead. SmartDNS is optimized for streaming over security, so you’ll always get the fastest possible server connection to access your preferred streaming service. The freedomizer tool reroutes your DNS queries, hiding your location, but allowing you to easily bypass international geo-restrictions so you can watch your favorite movies or TV in premier HD quality without any lags or delays.
So whether you care about security or streaming speed, this KeepSolid tandem has your back. A nearly $440 value, you can get lifetime access to both services now for almost 90 percent off, just $59.99.
Prices are subject to change.
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