Security VPN is an advanced and easy-to-use application designed to protect your identity while navigating the Internet by assigning a fake IP address to your computer.

It creates a Virtual Private Network (VPN) that also allows you to access otherwise unavailable web services due to geographical.

The installation procedure doesn't a long time to finish. There are several aspects worth noting, though. Security VPN needs to set up a TAP virtual driver required to establish the VPN connection, you must run the app with administrative privileges, and you have to sign up for an account on the developer's website with a user name and password.

Once launched, Security VPN creates an icon in the system tray area and gets minimized there, so it becomes non-intrusive while providing you with quick access to its features.

You can view a list with worldwide available servers you can switch to, and activate any one of them with a single click. It's just as simple to disable the fake IP address to switch back to your real one. In addition, you can check the server connections, update the server list, and reset the route table. There are no other notable options available here.

Security VPN has minimal impact on computer performance in our tests, running on low CPU and RAM. It had a good response time and didn't hang, crash or display error messages. However, it hasn't been recently updated, and it doesn't give you the possibility to browse a list of fake IP addresses and select a preferred one.

All in all, Security VPN comes packed with the necessary and suffice options to help you protect your online anonymity and access blocked services.