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The best 5 Free VPN Extensions for Chrome

The best 5 Free VPN Extensions for Chrome

By ariannaflamini

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It’s not easy to recognize safe and intuitive VPN extensions for Chrome, but mostly for free. A search on the Chrome Web Store gives a lot of results and some of them are not reliable, because they could be scams and could steal user data. There are then some extensions that do not exceed geo-restrictions due to the poor coverage of server networks, and others that leave users exposed to the risk of malware.

Our purpose is to help you to make a not wrong choice. That’s why we’ve created a list with the best 5 free VPN extensions to use with Chrome. In our research we have taken into account certain requirements such as safety, reliable connection and its speed, performance to ensure that services provide advanced and superior safety. Step by step we will describe each of the extensions below.

ExpressVPN:

The ExpressVPN extension for Chrome is considered the best, although it’s not entirely free. You can test it risk-free and you have a 30-day money-back guarantee. It’s a remote control of the application itself and combines the extension and full protection of the device, with no limitations and excellent encryption. In short, it has thousands of global servers that guarantee a protection of your connection and it has a premium security feature.

CyberGhost:

As for the CyberGhost extension for Chrome we can say that it is 100% free and has no data and speed limits. It offers high speeds and of course is reliable on all its server locations. It protects you from malicious sites, as it has an unsafe content’s blocking software that can detect websites and downloads that may contain malware. Plus it has military-grade encryption and customer service. The only downside is that it doesn’t support streaming sites and torrent.

Hotspot Shield:

Hotspot Shield (for Chrome) is an extension that has four servers in Canada, Germany, the Netherlands and Russia. So he has just an American server. Talking about its features we can say that it has a reduced speed, but still good for online browsing. It provides 500 MB of data per day and has AES-256 bit encryption. Plus it provides support for free user.

TunnelBear:

The TunnelBear extension for Chrome is easy to use. Download it from the Chrome Web Store and sign in or create an account. Then choose one of the 23 servers, between the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, that it provides. Its essential features: it has no bandwidth reduction for high speed and has a limit of 500 MB of monthly data. It also has military-grade encryption and email-ticket customer service. The only problem we can report is that with only 500 MB of data per month, the free version of TunnelBear is not suitable for streaming or downloading.

Hide.me:

Finally we have the Hide.me extension that offers a service without ads and bandwidth limits; this means that it can reach high speeds. It provides 2 GB of free data per month, but has few servers to choose from, offering 3 in Canada, Germany and the Netherlands. Hide.me doesn’t provide encryption like other free VPN extensions, but it hides your IP address so you can surf from Italy, also supporting streaming, on sites and services in other countries. To conclude, customer service is available for free users.

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