VPN One Click Review: Access blocked and restricted websites

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  1. “One of the third party programs closes your browser without any warning – during installation – so you may want to bookmark all the open tabs before installation so that you do not lose the websites. The same happens when you uninstall it. I cannot recall the name of that program as I uninstalled it from my Windows 8, after installing One Click VPN”
    Why would you even review software that uses tactic like that? IMO, I’m not even going to mess with it, I don’t care what it does or how good it is. How did you know it didn’t install something nasty like a zero day on your system that bypassed your antivirus because definitions haven’t been created for it yet?
    This is nothing by crap-ware, IMO Winvista club would do better than reviewing crap lie this, you run the site how you want but if it were me……. I would tell the company their software will get reviewed when they remove all the sh!t from it.

  2. sorry for the poor spelling, it just pisses me off when I see software like this being glorified when there are MUCH better free VPNS out there that deserve being reviewed. Try SoftEther a free, no games, no BS VPN.

  3. You are using Airtel Broadband, right, now its owners’ Bharti Group had alliance with AXA Group of Europe, Chairman of AXA Group is the Chairman of Steering Committee of Bilderberg Group (Just Search Youtube for 10 Secret Organizations controlling World, in Youtube Channels Alltime 10s, Alltime Conspiracies & Dark5 tv). Now, just Google Search Bilderberg Group, u’ll get to understand that you are involuntarily participating in NSA Prism Program, so, even if you try to hide your web tracks by VPNs’, but, your ISP is providing all information to NSA’s Prism Program called Rampart A, which collects Data at the rate of 3TB/sec at NSA. They can collect all information from VPNs’ as well.
    This Bharti Group wants to get a 49% FDI in Insurance Sector, for Bharti-AXA Life Insurance.
    (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIUzt7tbFcg) &
    (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwqMfqf1ETY).

  4. I’ve used all the others and I always had some sort of broadband performance issue.

    Now, for the last 12 months, I have used TunnelBear. It’s insanely cheap (though you can use it for free, but has limited bandwidth), It also has multiple countries, spam and malware filters (which you can turn on or off) and does not slow or cap the bandwidth with a paid subscription (starting at $4.99 per month or $49.99 annually). TunnelBear also boasts the following…

    “TunnelBear does NOT log IP addresses, NOR do we monitor, collect, analyze or store any information about the applications, services or websites our users use while connected to our Services.”

    As for VPN One Click. Avoid it at all costs. Try TunnelBear instead. https://www.tunnelbear.com

    Ed, I agree with you 100%

  5. Anybody know if Cyberghost 5 (site says no logs, 256AES, 3 hour limit free) is worth considering? I use it for everyday mobile in case public WIFI spots have wiresharks/spoofers; but I see CG5 connects via http to its secure servers (but appears to check site certificate “fingerprint”).

  6. I have found another Secure VPN software published by a Japanese University. It is called “Softether”. The download website is ‘www.vpngate.net’. It is FREE also. So far, I had tested running it from China and it works fairly good (knowing China is blocking most of the FREE world websites), I can get on to all websites that’s blocked. Might want to look into that!

  7. It pissed me off too. I did not intend to glorify it but bring the facts out. It closes windows, it takes an eternity to establish connection. I tried to do justice by bringing out the negative part. I did give a conclusion that you will be better off by using a different VPN.

    And thank you for mentioning SoftEther. I will check it out and do a review on that too.

  8. Hello my friend!
    On the TOR review page you said that TOR BROWSER can help you avoid being censored because nobody knows who is hosting your website.
    Could you please write a tutorial about it, when you have time to do so?
    I mean a step-to-step tutorial showing me how to host a website with TOR.

    That being said, there is another clever way to skip censorship:

    http://bit.namecoin.info

    Ever heard about it before? I think it could be good for anti-establishment websites in countries like China or India but can also prevent the DNS hijacking threat….what do you make of it?

  9. I tried to access the TOR site page on creating censor proof websites but it showed 404. However, there are many more articles like http://www.deepdotweb.com/2013/10/19/how-to-safely-host-your-own-tor-hidden-service/ that tell you how to host your own anon service.

    Regarding bit.namecoin.info, I am yet studying it. It is about building websites but I do not know for sure if webmasters would be willing to buy Bitcoins and set up a .bit website. If you could throw a little light on the latter, I will be thankful.

  10. Arun, I understand what you were doing but you see just the fact that you reviewed it put it’s name out there and every time you mention the software’s name is just another listing for it on search engines, THIS is what sites like the Windows Club and others do not understand. It’s best just not to review it at all.
    If it were me? ….. the minute it did to me what it did to you, I would have contacted the vendor and told them there would be no review until all their downloads were removed and re-uploaded CLEAN and then I would have went further to tell them that you were putting the word out to other review sites privately to NOT to review the product until it was indeed clean. We are not going to stop software bundling with adware, malware and all that other stuff until sites like this get together and stop reviewing crap like that, if you don’t put the software’s name out there who is going to go looking for it?

  11. Softpedia and a VPN review claimed that VPN One Click has a “7 days [free] trial [for users of Apple’s OSes probably]”

  12. Thanks for the article. I personally use the UnoTelly DNS option. It’s ideal for content streaming because unlike VPNs, there is no internet speed loss when using it.

  13. @ed you are right, these kind of reviews only to promote their services nothing else. There are many other VPN that are not only free but they also provide super security and privacy. CyberGhost is the best it does not create any additional dialogs nor it needs to restart your browser or computer. You can find some more here if any one need best free vpnservices

  14. I’ve been happy with PureVPN. They have both VPN and SmartDNS around the world and works good on both iOS and Linux

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