Anonymity with TotalVPN
TotalVPN is capable of masking the IP address, online personal data and physical location of any small business. This prevents snooping by third parties seeking to view, track and store a business’s online data and activities.
This VPN provider can secure a small business’s online sessions with several security protocols, including the following:
Using any of these encryptions will block hackers, ISPs and governmental authorities from spying on a business’s online activities.
It should be noted that TotalVPN is under a legal obligation to provide certain governmental authorities with a business’s information in cases such as governmental data inquiries and legal proceedings.
No Logging Policy
TotalVPN claims to have a no-logging policy, keeping a business’s online sessions anonymous out of respect for its users’ privacy needs. For legal purposes, however, it does keep track of its users’ data packet usage and their real IP addresses within TotalVPN’s database.
Public Wi-Fi Protection
TotalVPN can secure a small business’s data, even if its employees are working through public Wi-Fi networks and other, vulnerable connections away from the company’s property.
There are no limits on the amount of data that can be encrypted for premium users and businesses. There are bandwidth and data caps for those who opt to use the free version of TotalVPN, however.
TotalVPN promises to be online virtually 100% of the time, but only for its premium businesses and users. There are no such promises for its free users.
TotalVPN Multi-Platform Support
TotalVPN supports every notable operating system and digital platform, except for Linux.
Currently, it will work with the following devices:
- Android devices, including smartphones and tablets
- iOS devices, such as the iPhone and the iPad
- macOS devices
In the future, TotalVPN wants to make its services compatible with Chromebook.
This VPN provider’s features perform well and run smooth. While some users complain of speed dips, this is a quite common issue with encrypting a user’s connection with any VPN. One major issue with TotalVPN has been reported by users of leaks. Small businesses cannot afford to have DNS and other data leaks. Those that choose to use TotalVPN should also use DNS leak protection services to prevent any unwanted leaks.
VPNAlert states that TotalVPN’s pricing plans consist of either a free membership or a premium plan which costs $4.99 per month. The free version provides a decent amount of features and protection, but small businesses would do well to opt for the premium version.