BartVPN protects online privacy by tunnelling connections through trusted, safe and stable servers located all over the world. Once the connection has been established, your real identity becomes hidden - this virtual tunnel doesn't exist for other users in public network and additionally all data sent through this tunnel (either to or from your computer) is encrypted. The most important features of BartVPN: Wi-Fi hotspot connection security; full privacy and anonymity when online; social media hacking and cybercrime prevention; online banking protection; unrestricted access to Facebook, Youtube, Netflix, Hulu, BBC and other blocked sites access to VOIP services like Skype and Viber.
BartVPN ensure full anonymity not only while surfing the Web, but also during registration and log-in operations on different social media or video sharing websites. It encrypts your all internet traffic, making your online activities impossible to intercept by any hackers or evesdroppers (especially useful when connected to insecure networks such as public WiFi hotspots). Once connected to a Bart VPN server, your online identity will be masked behind one of our anonymous IP addresses. Thanks to the Bart Bind option, this VPN client will automatically and anonymously encrypt selected applications on your computer f. ex. your web browser, messaging client or file sharing application. BartVPN can be purchased without registration or any user account as 1-month, 3-month and 12-month plans. A 7-day trial version is also available for download without registration and allows to exercise all features and functionality of the full product: full access to all servers (including USA, UK, Germany, Netherlands and many others); opportunity to run on 2 devices at the same time; unlimited speed and bandwidth; full technical support. The creators wanted to keep the application as simple and intuitive as possible, so it can be used even by the less advanced users, not experienced in Internet usage.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.1.606 is disabling ads in trial version. Software is no longer ads-supported.