Pornhub just launched its own VPN

Logo InternetIf there is a reason to using incognito mode when browsing certain NSFW adult websites, it is because you don’t want to be tracked and don’t want someone else using your computer to know what you’ve been up to. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that adult video website Pornhub has launched their own VPN.

Pornhub запустил собственный VPN

Dubbed VPNhub, this is essentially a VPN which means that in addition to being able to use it to browse Pornhub, you will also be able to enjoy the benefits associated with VPNs in general. According to VPNhub, “Enjoy the pleasure of protection with VPNhub. With full data encryption and guaranteed anonymity, go with the most trusted VPN to protect your privacy anywhere in the world.”

They add, “VPNhub helps you bypass censorship while providing secure and private access to Internet. Access all of your favorite websites without fear of being monitored.” The best part about VPNhub is that it is free, something that is rare nowadays when it comes to VPNs. It will be available across multiple platforms such as Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.

However it should be noted that the free version of the service is only available for iOS and Android. If you want to use it on your desktop, you will need to purchase the Premium version which will cost $12.99 a month in subscriptions. To get started head on over to the VPNhub website for the download details.

Source: Ubergizmo

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