VPN Service Provider TorGuard Expands Network, Adds Viscosity Software

Top VPN service provider TorGuard has announced network wide expansion, introducing gigabit server locations in Iceland, India, Spain, Italy, Germany, Norway and Switzerland. Additionally, the company has now begun offering Viscosity VPN Software at no extra charge.

ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- TorGuard, one of the industry's top VPN Service providers, continues to rapidly expand its VPN network to keep up with the growing demand for internet security and privacy. With increased interest from international clients, the company has recently announced new gigabit VPN endpoints across Iceland, India, Spain, Italy, Germany, Norway and Switzerland.. These new server locations are intended to offer faster connections for a fast growing user base, making an already fast VPN service even faster. 

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In addition to these new server locations and bandwidth upgrades, TorGuard has also begun offering new "Stealth" VPN connections. Stealth VPN service is a brand new privacy tool being offered that empowers one to bypass net censorship anywhere in the world. Unlike normal VPN traffic which can be filtered or blocked by an ISP (Internet Service Provider) or IT admin, TorGuard Stealth VPN service will appear as regular HTTP traffic making it virtually impossible to block or filter. This connection also features increased encryption protocols making it the most secure VPN experience possible, worldwide.

"It's no secret that many countries try to control their citizen's internet access by imposing extreme web filters and even going as far as blocking VPN access. Stealth VPN connections allow one to surf under the radar and access the web in its entirety no matter what country they are from. Stealth VPN connections will appear as normal http traffic, so from a network technicians perspective, your VPN tunnel will look no different than when accessing a secure website," said Jason, one of the TorGuard administrators.

According to the company's administrator, "In this new online world where everyone from your local spy agency or even ISP could be snooping, your personal identity has never been so important to keep private. A VPN not only hides your personal IP address, but it also encrypts your sensitive data so no one can wrongfully record or eavesdrop on what you are doing or what websites you visit. No one wants their browser history, social habits, or private chats to be forever linked to their personal IP address. Using VPN service helps to patch holes in online security thus keeping your digital communications or web browsing completely private. With our recent network and bandwidth upgrades, this also guarantees fast connections for new and existing clients worldwide."

In addition to these new server locations, TorGuard has now begun offering Windows and Mac VPN customers a new software download option: Viscosity. Viscosity VPN software offers professional VPN options for the end user with key features like detailed traffic statistics, secure password storage, leak-proof DNS security, and VPN server auto-update. Viscosity is based on OpenVPN and is currently one of the most widely used OpenVPN clients on the market today. VPN users will be pleased to find out this new download option is now available for all TorGuard customers at no extra charge.

This month brings some of the largest advantages for anyone who is interested in getting a deal on effective privacy protection services from one of the leading anonymous VPN service providers. Visit http://torguard.net for more information on these new service enhancements and software downloads.

Media Contact: Jason C, TorGuard, 800-276-0433, support@torguard.net

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