SecurityKISS Tunnel's VPN client and subscription-based service completely isolates and encrypts your online activity, protecting you from hackers, snoops, and thieves. It hides your IP and location by redirecting your network traffic through its secure network. Even if your messages or traffic could be intercepted, encryption makes them useless to anyone but you.
One-click connect: Once you've set up your SecurityKISS Tunnel client and account, you just have to click a single button to connect to a secure server.
Covers all bases: SecurityKISS Tunnel protects and encrypts Internet connections, email, SMS, IM, social networking, and VoIP.
Tracks data usage: Graphs show your monthly data usage and resources at a glance.
Security barriers: You may need to whitelist or allow SecurityKISS Tunnel to get it to play nice with your firewall, antivirus, and other security programs.
Free, but: SecurityKISS Tunnel's basic service is free, but it's limited to 300MB of data per day with no priority access to servers, and it doesn't support VoIP, video chat, or streaming sites like Spotify. Monthly-to-yearly rates seem reasonable, though, and trials are available.
SecurityKISS Tunnel seems like a good option for users who would like the privacy and security of a VPN connection but lack the skills or time to implement one the hard way. The free option is great if you only need a VPN connection occasionally, and there are multiple subscription options to choose from if you need more. If you're looking at VPN tools, don't overlook SecurityKISS Tunnel.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of SecurityKISS Tunnel 0.3