As online security threats increase in frequency and severity, the question is no longer “should I get a VPN?,” but rather “which VPN should I get?” AtlasVPN is a relatively new virtual private network provider, but it has some noteworthy features worth considering—at a price that’s hard to beat.
AtlasVPN boasts a network of more than 750 servers around the globe, which is critical when maintaining speed and keeping your IP address anonymous and safe. The platform also provides a location detector that helps new users determine which server to choose based on area, signal strength, and other vital factors.
You can never be too secure, which is why AtlasVPN offers a “SafeSwap” feature that lets you surf using several IP addresses simultaneously, making you nearly impossible to track. That’s on top of the split tunneling feature that’s a highlight of many newer VPNs.
The security perks don’t stop there: AtlasVPN has a built-in blocker for ads and malware, so you can continue browsing at top speed and without distractions. It also features a data breach monitor that alerts users if your personal information is exposed on unauthorized websites. And it’s compatible with most major operating systems.
PCMag readers can get a three-year subscription to AtlasVPN for $49.99—87% off the $395 MSRP.
Prices subject to change.
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