Security Kiss Review
SecuriutyKISS is one of the bet VPN providers available. Their strong point is protecting privacy of users while online and the system ensures anonymity when a person is trying to bypass any restrictions on the internet
- SecurityKiss Servers and Protocol Support
SecurityKISS is simple to use as it requires no registration, usernames or passwords. All you have to do is download the software and within a few minutes it is up and running. SecurityKISS offers a shared VPN server. This very well capable of handling regular type of websites but anything that has a lot of media files will not cut it. They system works on two main types of protocols, they include OpenVPN and IPSec or L2TP.
- SecurityKiss OS and Devices Compatibility
The system is compatible with a number of the operating systems and devices in the market today. It is compatible with windows systems. From windows XP all the way to windows 8. It is also compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 10.5 and 10.6. It is also compatible with ubuntu linux system. SecurityKISS also supports android mobile OS. This means any mobile device that uses android is compatible. iPad and iPhone are also compatible.
- SecurityKiss Pricing
SecurityKISS has 5 different plans. Green plan which is free and has a daily cap of 300MB. The second is olivine, price is $5 per month for 20GB. The third plan is malachite costing $6 per month for 30GB. The fourth is jadeite $8 per month for 50GB and last but not least is emerald which will cost you $15 per month unlimited space.
- SecurityKiss Payment Modes
SecurityKISS offers several methods of payment for any plan that you choose. You can pay through paypal, Bitcoin, alert pay, cashU, Liberty reserve and wire transfer. It all depends with the one that is most convenient with you.
SecurityKISS has basic requirements that you would want in a provider and it is available in a good number of countries around the world. The best thing about it is the level of privacy it offers and security it offers to its clients. The free plan is put out there for people who want to test how securityKISS works.