The Best VPN Software for Personal and Business Use
Solutions Review’s listing of the best VPN software and vendors is a sneak peak of the solution providers included in our solutions directory.
The editors at Solutions Review have developed this resource to assist buyers in search of the best VPN software to fit the needs of their organization. Choosing the right vendor and solution can be a complicated process — one that requires in-depth research and often comes down to more than just the tool and its technical capabilities. To make your search a little easier, we’ve profiled the best virtual private network providers and solutions all in one place. We’ve also included links to our Solution Spotlight articles that go in-depth on each solution, our video installation guides, and our affiliate links that provide exclusive offers and deals on each of the vendors listed.
Note: Companies are listed in alphabetical order.
If you’d like to see a condensed version of this list in video form, we just released our video on the top virtual private network providers — you can check that out below.
CyberGhost is a Romania-based VPN provider that protects its users’ data from online surveillance and censorship. Since 2011, the company has been preventing shady organizations and actors who wish to maliciously profit off of personal information. With CyberGhost, users can mask their IP address by connecting to one of over 5,700 VPN servers located in 90 countries, keeping their web traffic anonymous and secure.
ExpressVPN is a British-based company whose VPN solution lets users securely and anonymously browse the web and access blocked worldwide content from anywhere. The company currently hosts over 3,000 VPN servers, with 160 server locations in 94 countries across the globe, and users have the option to switch between servers whenever they want. Users can hide their IP address from potentially malicious actors and enjoy anonymous web surfing, unlocked regional content, and unthrottled data speeds.
IPVanish is a USA-based virtual private network provider founded in 2012 that was recently acquired in 2019 by J2 Global. The vendor offers VPN software and applications for desktop and mobile devices, including Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, ChromeOS and Amazon devices; in addition, IPVanish also offers VPN software for routers. IPVanish currently operates over 1,300 servers in more than 75 global locations, with a majority of its servers located in North America and Europe.
NordVPN is a Panama-based virtual private network provider that formed in 2012 to fight against Internet censorship, content control, and intrusive government surveillance. As of 2020, the vendor helps more than 12 million customers protect their online transactions and web traffic from Internet surveillance and cyberthreats. The vendor operates over 5500 VPN servers in 58 countries, providing military-grade encryption, DNS leak protection, and lightning-fast data speeds.
Norton Secure VPN is the virtual private network solution offered by Norton, a security software provider based in the United States. The VPN solution is one of several security tools and solutions offered by the vendor, and delivers online privacy and security to a user’s devices. Norton Secure VPN operates VPN servers in 28 different countries, and are available on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android devices. Norton’s VPN solution is based on bank-grade 256-bit AES encryption and operates on OpenVPN.
Read More: Norton Secure VPN Solution Spotlight
Private Internet Access
Private Internet Access is a USA-based virtual private network provider founded in 2010 and recently acquired by Kape Technologies in 2019. The vendor offers applications for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, and Google Chrome devices to provide uncensored access to the Internet and allow users to browse the web private and securely. Private Internet Access currently operates over 3,300 servers in over 50 locations across over 30 countries.
PureVPN is a Hong Kong-based virtual private network provider founded in 2007 and owned by GZ Systems Ltd. The vendor offers VPN applications for several common operating systems, devices, and browsers — including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, Chrome, Firefox, routers, Android TV, Firestick TV, and Kodi. In addition, PureVPN has VPN services for specific use cases, including dedicated IP address, business, and gaming. The company currently operates over 2,000 servers in 180+ locations around the world, operating servers in over 140 countries.
Read More: PureVPN Solution Spotlight
Surfshark is a British Virgin Islands-based virtual private network provider founded in 2018. The vendor offers VPN applications for multiple different platforms and device types, including iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Linux, Chrome, Firefox, FireTV, and Apple TV. Surfshark currently offers over 1,040 servers in more than 61 countries. All of Surfshark’s servers come with private DNS, Camouflage Mode, IPsec/IKEv2, P2P-friendly capabilities, OpenVPN, and extension support.
Read More: Surfshark Solution Spotlight
TorGuard is a Caribbean-based virtual private network provider that was founded in 2012. The vendor offers anonymous VPN applications for several common operating systems, devices, and browsers, including Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, FireFox, and Chrome. TorGuard currently operates over 3,000 servers in 50 countries across the globe. In addition to allowing users to browse the Internet anonymously, the provider offers a 24/7 support system to help keep your company protected.
Read More: TorGuard Solution Spotlight
TunnelBear is a Canada-based virtual private network provider founded in 2011 and acquired by McAfee in 2018. The vendor offers VPN applications for multiple device types and operating systems, including Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android devices. TunnelBear also offers VPN for web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Opera; in addition, the company provides a specific service called Blocker for Chrome to attack online tracking. The VPN currently runs VPN servers in 23 different countries across the globe.
UltraVPN is a United States and United Kingdom-based virtual private network provider founded in 2018. The vendor offers VPN applications for several common operating systems, devices, and browsers, including Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and Fire TV. UltraVPN offers a global server network with more than 50 server locations around the world (primarily in North American and European countries) to choose from every time you connect.
Read More: UltraVPN Solution Spotlight
VyprVPN is a Switzerland-based virtual private network solution offered by Internet privacy and security solution provider Golden Frog. The solution currently operates over 700 servers in over 70 different locations, and currently offers VPN applications for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices. In addition, VyprVPN also delivers specific apps for routers and smart TVs. In addition to providing IP address protection and high-speed streaming, the vendor offers a 24/7 support system to help keep your company protected.
Read More: VyprVPN Solution Spotlight