The new home antivirus Panda Dome contains the Panda VPN module, which allows you to quickly connect a VPN and use any websites, various messengers, social networks and various forums to explore music, movies and software. Let's see what a Panda VPN is and how it works.
What is a Panda VPN?
Panda VPN is one of the modules of the Panda Dome home antivirus. Moreover, Panda VPN is present in all tariff plans of Panda Dome, starting from the free version of the Panda Dome free antivirus to the premium paid version of Panda Dome Premium.
Panda VPN is one of the easiest-to-use home VPNs that securely "tunnels" your Internet connection through one of the thousands of available VPN servers located in 23 countries around the world (at the time of writing): USA, UK, Canada, Spain, Japan, Italy, Germany, Norway, France, Hong Kong, India, Russia, the Netherlands, Singapore, Ukraine, Ireland, Australia, Japan, Denmark, Mexico, Brazil, Czech Republic, Turkey.
Minimum system requirements:
• Windows 7 SP1 and higher
• Android 4.0.3 and higher
- iOS 8.x and higher (iOS support is expected soon)
• Mac OS 10.9.5 and higher (Mac support is expected soon)
Panda VPN does not collect any information that can personally identify you. This module does not collect, store, or provide any user IDs, including IP addresses, to third parties. The solution also does not store any logs of its users ' activity.
All incoming and outgoing traffic that flows between your device and the Internet is encrypted and decrypted by your device or VPN servers. AES 256-bit encryption is used to ensure the security of your data. If you have an old device or a very weak processor, the encryption/decryption process may take a little longer and slow down the speed.
Although, to be honest, even on a virtual machine with Windows 7 Professional and 1 GHz RAM, the decrease in Internet speed through Panda VPN is almost not visually felt.