Malwarebytes has developed its own VPN that users can trust to protect your data and privacy every time you go online.
Called "Malwarebytes Privacy," the VPN secures your connection, keeping your online activity private and protected. All your traffic travels through an encrypted tunnel to Malwarebytes VPN servers, then onward to the website you are visiting. This way, websites see the VPN’s identity instead of yours. Any information that your ISP saves cannot be tied to you.
Most importantly, Malwarebytes says that it does not collect user logs or telemetry data whatsoever.
If you have used other VPNs in the past, you may have experienced a serious slow-down of your Internet traffic. This is a logical consequence of tunneling through a remote server. Malwarebytes claims that its own VPN offers a smooth flow of traffic that is much faster than traditional VPNs.
Malwarebytes Privacy also uses less battery usage for portable devices and uses 256-bit AES encryption. Its interface shows the most important information about your Internet connection in an easy-to-read dashboard, such as:
- Whether the VPN is on or off
- Which server location is selected
- Your actual IP address vs. the IP address being displayed
As an added bonus, with over 180 servers in more than 30 countries, Malwarebytes Privacy offers users the potential to view different, localized content around the Internet.