Probably one of the most appreciated and used VPN daemon is OpenVPN. This software supports SSL/TLS security, TCP or UDP tuner transport proxies and support for dynamic IP addresses. The scalability is available for hundreds or thousands of users, that makes it a robust VPN application.
Let’s think you are interested in watching a specific live stream from Canada, but you can access the stream because your country is restricted, what can you do? It’s simple, you can use a common VPN software which can interrupt your connection anytime because of security level is down, or you can use OpenVPN which is bound to OpenSSL library and of course encrypt your data and privacy. The streaming can be in full HD, and there are no problems, the level of quality is kept thanks to OpenVPN.
OpenVPN it’s an open source VPN client which works very well with any VPN provider that supports the protocol. It gives the possibility to customize, optimize and control the connections when the problems appear, and you have the freedom to modify the connection or to replace it with another one.
It is a simple and smaller application, and you don’t have a complicated interface, just an icon in the taskbar section. You will find the servers there, the location on a global map, select one and connect. You can connect to any server by right-clicking on a specified location. Choose your locations and test it before starting the navigation, test, and test until your connection is perfect.
The producers of OpenVPN recommend all servers to be perfect and work properly, but misunderstandings always can appear, and your browsing experience could be interrupted.
You have full control of the server list, and you are the only one what the location to use. There are a lot of VPN clients which display and permit you to connect only to a specified server, but OpenVPN let you decide the connection.
Access multiple VPNs servers from one application, stay secured and have perfect navigation with only one software which protects your data and privacy very well.