The service has a large number of servers and a healthy selection of country locations. This appears to have changed a bit, as now CyberGhost asks for your email address as well. CyberGhost, on the other hand, has some consistently fast speeds across most of its network. Sure, others also do a great job - but my decision was made because of a very low price and a very high service. The company also offers instructions on how to configure a router to use the CyberGhost service. The company has a large network of servers and a robust set of security features backed by a strong stance on privacy. Unless you're in Romania and can fight with them directly, I'd strongly advise never to use their service unless you want a good deal of aggravation trying to get their attention and reasonableness from another country.
I received a response from a chat support agent straight away, but we had communication problems. Cyberghost isn't the worst service in the world, as long as you don't require customer support or begin to experience a level of service that is undesirable. I'll do what I can to fight with them regarding their actions. Holding the service back is the higher month-to-month cost pushing users into a multiyear plan, the less than comprehensive platform support, a really short trial period, and no completely anonymous payment options. Their servers had become significantly more crowded and I began to experience frequent disconnects and slower speeds. For that reason, I would not recommend it. A single physical server can play host to many virtual ones, and virtual servers can be configured to appear as if they are in a different location than their host, meaning that a single piece of server hardware can run several virtual servers.
The app provides additional lists for streaming servers and torrenting servers. I have had a few problems with their Windows client though. The task-based app interface is a major highlight. That seems reasonable to me. Their customer support is rather so-so and do not provide answers adequately, nor the right information on line, when it comes to technical issues in regards to Linux, routers etc. For me there was no point, and it was a little to sweet for Cyberghost to decide on their own to take away a year of service already paid for and agreed to, for some paltry credit. Unfortunately, I can not give more accurate feedback right now, because I have not used it so long.
They include: 256-bit encryption; a strict no-logs policy; and an automatic kill switch. Anyone needing help needs to just click on the chat box in the lower right-hand corner of their screen. Privacy, anonymity, and trust CyberGhost is pretty good on anonymity, but others—notably Mullvad—are better. Payment options for CyberGhost include PayPal, credit cards, and Bitcoin, which is about average for most services. For reliability, I would rate this as rubbish. It is incredibly easy to install and configure.
Before I was using HotSpot-Shield which was a lot slower and disonnected more often. It is very slow to connect. CyberGhost does publish a Transparency Report about its business. When comparing services I wanted to use, CyberGhost was my first option - because they are awesome! CyberGhost has a clear no-logging policy. For purchases made via these links, we earn commissions that allow us to keep producing helpful content.
The cherry on top of an already-impressive sundae of awesomeness is the fact that this is an airtight leak-free system. CyberGhost is based in Romania, which is not part of the. CyberGhost claims to have over 30 million users, and the first in the industry to publish a. It was founded in Romania in 2011 and is currently based in both Romania and Germany, with the German team being in charge of most of the software development. Does it still deliver the goods like the CyberGhost of old? Their pricing structure is also quite cheap, very similar to. I can then reinstall it and my network continues to work. Seven Device Connection Limit CyberGhost used to only offer a one-device connection limit, even for some premium users, prior to their purchase by Robert Knapp and Crossrider Limited.
Also, to put this into perspective, I am not a novice and this review isn't just about not receiving a refund. Native apps give you the option to automatically connect to the best server location for quick protection. If possible I will create an update of my rating. For its part, CyberGhost has offices in Germany, Manila, and Tel Aviv, but is headquartered out of Bucharest, Romania, and operates under Romanian law. The service can block ads, trackers and malicious websites.
You can pay with your Visa, Mastercard, or American Express credit card, PayPal account, or Bitcoin. The menu is again really easy to use and much nicer looking than CyberGhost 6. CyberGhost has also not responded to the. Webpages won't load, it pretty much like going to dial-up. A company representative told me that the CyberGhost not only does not log user activity, it also does not know the identity of the customers connected to a given server. It does have some virtualization on 340 of those servers, but the location of the virtual servers is the same as the location of the actual physical servers. I also found out that the re-branding from Crossrider to Kape Technologies was actually a very sneaky move.