For those who use a virtual private network, it’s typically a trade-off: Security and anonymity at the price of connection speed. Luckily, there are a few sturdy VPNs that are starting to crack that problem, and TigerVPN‘s solution is one of the most complete.
First of all, the security is sound – as it should be with any VPN. With a subscription, TigerVPN offers military-grade encryption across all your devices, augmented with a NAT firewall that even protects you against other VPN users. You’ll connect with shared IPs over your choice of 15 server nodes spread across 11 countries (and that’s just on the Lite subscription – a full-priced sign-up has 62 nodes). You can use your choice of protocols, and best of all, keep your connection speedy thanks to their 10 Gbps low-latency servers. No wonder the service has been racking up kudos from the likes of Engadget, CNET and Geekwire.
Right now, a three-year subscription to TigerVPN is $69.99, more than 80% off the list price.