Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to connect your machine to a virtual network which in turn encrypts the data you send, hiding everything from the public domain. VPN can also help you access websites that may not already be available in your region. To get good VPN, you’ll have to subscribe and pay monthly. But there are also some good Free VPN services available online.

Note: This is not trying to teach you to access restricted websites for illegal use. Please use these links by third-party, wisely.


ProXPN works by downloading a small free application from which to connect. Easy to use and rather reliable.


The GPass service provides free VPN access as well as an impressive fast web proxy to use directly in your browser. The service is very popular in China.

Its Hidden

Its Hidden offers a ree service as well as paid solutions offering better contention, professional support and dedicated IP addresses. It’s mainly for filesharers online.


SecurityKiss gives you 300MB of data transfer per day but provides an uncapped line.


Of course, free services are bound to be used by many people. Hence, if you have problems accessing the services, do consider getting a paid VPN services. It’s not that expensive these days. For example, VPNFreak is offering their services at RM30 monthly.


  • Richard Plant, July 7, 2011 @ 11:45 am Reply

    SecurityKiss gives you ample security with its 128-bit Blowfish algorithm for session encryption, not the highest possible but good enough. Other OpenVPN services use an AES algorithm with 256 bit keys which is far tougher to beat.

    • Greg, August 18, 2011 @ 3:45 am Reply

      I’m writing on behalf of SecurityKISS and I’d like say a word about the Blowfish/AES key length issue.
      We already explained it in our FAQ:

      The question was: “Is 1024-bit RSA key long enough to feel secure? I’ve seen applications using 2048-bit key.”

      This is our stance and it also applies for session keys:

      “It really doesn’t matter. 1024-bit key is good enough.

      Using 2048-bit RSA key is often a publicity stunt made by some companies to promote their products. A key length is one of few parameters in the overall security which is easy to compare for non-experts so some companies use 2048-bit RSA keys and announce it in a flomboyant way although it really does not make sense.

      Let’s repeat and highlight:
      Using 2048-bit key instead of 1024-bit key does not improve security of a system and it only slows down key negotiation process.

      It may be compared to the situation where we are buying a door lock worth $2000 instead of other one worth $1000 to secure our house. They both are high-end top quality locks and no sane burglar would even bother trying to break such a lock. The burglar will simply break the window, smash the door or bribe the key delivery man to get the copy of the key.

      In other words breaking RSA key is a last idea the attacker can come up with, regardless it is 1024-bit or 2048-bit key. ”

      Don’t hesitate to write to us if you have any questions!

      Best Regards
      SecurityKISS Team

  • Jin, May 31, 2012 @ 8:06 pm Reply

    I`m using this VPN:
    It`s not free, but I found it much faster than anything else I tried.

  • Mark Ackley, August 27, 2012 @ 3:13 pm Reply

    I am using Hotspot Shield Free VPN to access blocked websites and content. Its a good VPN and i am really satisfied.

    You can check it out here:

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