SecurityKISS VPN Review
SecurityKISS is a relatively unknown VPN provider operating out of Ireland. They offer all of the standard features that VPN users will be accustomed to. The service comes in 5 different packages, which allow different levels of bandwidth usage and varying numbers of IP addresses, depending upon the price.
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The pricing plans at SecurityKISS include options for server access and bandwidth usage. The highest level plans offer 34 OpenVPN IP address and 24 L2TP/IPsec addresses. The lowest levels offer fewer servers. The pricing structure is:
- Green: Free access with 300MB per day cap
- Olivine: 20GB per month for €2.99
- Malachite: 30GB per month for €3.99
- Jadeite: 50GB per month for €5.99
- Emerald: Unlimited €9.99
SecurityKISS offers several different payment methods. They include:
- Wire Transfer
- Alert Pay
- Liberty Reserve
Free Trial / Money Back Guarantee
None currently offered.
Coupons / Discount / Special Offers
The Green level account offers you full usage of their system for free. SecurityKISS, however, puts a bandwidth restriction of 300MB per day on this free account.
VPN Protocols Supported
Number of IP Addresses
The available IP addresses vary by package and VPN protocol. You The highest levels of service, Jadeite and Emerald, have 24 IPs for PPTP and L2TP/IPsec. They have 24 and 34 IP addresses available for OpenVPN, respectively. Lower levels of service have fewer IP addresses and nations to choose from.
VPN Clients Information
The client functions on all platforms, including mobile devices.
Common Error Messages
SecurityKISS delivers information directly to your computer and does not keep logs of user activity.
Legal Use / Torrent Policy
P2P and torrent protocols are not listed on the SecurityKISS as being disallowed. The service allows access to music and video streams.
SecurityKISS vs. The Competition
SecurityKISS offers a pretty standard VPN setup. The company allows the use of all three standards VPN protocols, which adds some versatility to the service. It also offers a good client and a descent pricing structure. Their free package is a nice touch if you want to try out their service and is similar to what many other VPN providers are now offering as their base-level account.
SecurityKISS has all the basics that you’d need to get privacy and anonymity online. The service is serious enough for those who want to make sure that their privacy is secured at all levels, in that this provider does not keep logs. This will appeal to many users.
Overall, however, SecurityKISS does little to distinguish itself. Its prices are competitive but not noticeable for being great values. Its technology is competitive but not a standout offering. The access to more servers at higher price points is a nice touch to their deluxe plans, but may put some people off if they only want a limited amount of bandwidth and are more concerned about being able to use VPNs to access sites from different nations.