VPNme, a leader in electronic privacy protection services, enhances their flagship VPN product with new features while adding capacity to meet demand.
(PRWEB) December 25, 2013
As electronic privacy concerns garner increased attention in the news, individuals around the world are turning to VPNme for protection. Owing to this heavy demand, VPNme announced that it had completed upgrades to infrastructure, ensuring that the service continues to meet the high standards of quality their customers have come to expect.
The company also stated that, as the leader of feature-rich VPN service, it's using the opportunity to further push the envelope of their services with new technology. "We devote a lot of time to research; examining the trends, threats and latest developments in electronic security and privacy," said Richard Stillman, of C&B Internet Services, LLC. "We started with a service that we built for ourselves. Our mission has been the same since day one and we think it shows in the quality and integrity of our product."
Among the new features, the addition of proxy services offers significant convenience to clients. One of the biggest issues with VPN services is their reliability. Unlike other service providers, VPNme takes a different approach by offering fault-tolerance at the server level. Still, not all problems can be solved and outages do occur. To further combat the issue, VPNme announced their innovative proxy service, built on the same scalable infrastructure that powers their VPN products. Individual applications can be made to use the proxy, providing protection while allowing other traffic to flow normally.
Unfortunately, simply using a VPN doesn't obviate all security concerns, which is why VPNme features include a firewall by default, but advanced users often disable it. "We got a lot of requests for a more flexible firewall," said Stillman. "Our power users like the server-side protection from junk traffic, scans and DDoS attacks, but wanted to be able to tweak it." To satisfy these requests, the company now offers port forwarding, allowing users to host game servers and other private services without putting their computers at risk.
All of this advanced functionality is included in the base plan and the company says it's working to further refine and enhance its offerings. Get protected today at https://vpnme.org.
VPNme is a privately held enterprise charged with providing the best online privacy and security protection solutions for individuals. With advanced VPN features like full shared-pool NAT, IKEv2, OpenVPN, geographic redundancy, integrated Tor and privacy proxy services, VPNme leads the pack in flexibility and value.
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