Kaspersky has announced a new updated version of Kaspersky VPN, delivering enhanced privacy features and new functionality across Windows and Mac for the first time. The new release also includes a new Double VPN, strengthening privacy protection, making it impossible to read traffic content, or detect a user’s IP address or second location.
With this in mind, key Kaspersky VPN updates include faster reliable protocol capabilities, using Hydra – one of the most powerful protocols available – for industry leading speeds, and now available on any Android-Windows or Mac-iOS device. The team is also extending use of another important protocol – WireGuard – available on Android, iOS in Q4 2023.
“We understand that there is always a trade-off between connection speed and privacy protection when using a VPN on a regular basis, which is never convenient – especially noticeable when streaming, gaming or just surfing. We have further developed and improved Kaspersky VPN to answer this and other users’ demands,” informed Marina Titova, Vice-President, Consumer Product Marketing, Kaspersky.
In addition to OpenVPN, WireGuard also adds more than 100 supported locations worldwide to routers, including Bangladesh, China, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, and Russia-Novosibirsk. My Kaspersky also now supports improved flow routing, increases routing efficiency, making online experiences faster and more convenient for users. He further shared that according to a recent AV-TEST, Kaspersky VPN was first in the most tested categories, and showed outstanding download capabilities and torrenting speeds in both local and overseas testing. “With ongoing improvements and increased privacy levels, we aim to deliver the best VPN for consumers. We are also glad this is proven by independent tests,” added Marina Titova.