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HideMyAss VPN Overview
First, the strengths — HideMyAss is very resourceful as far as servers. There are over 760 to choose from, but what’s truly impressive is the 320+ available locations. HMA is global when it comes to servers, with some truly exotic additions to the list.
A healthy number of servers means nothing if they aren’t fast. HideMyAss knows that well, offering excellent speed across the board. Even the most intense of streaming sessions won’t have you waiting for the video to buffer. Oh, and Netflix/iPlayer can totally be unblocked abroad, too.
Clients are solid across all platforms as well — although the styling may suit some more than others.
The grass isn’t always green for this VPN, however. Drawbacks include a rather basic features package, without a kill switch or DNS leak protection (although HideMyAss assures you’ll never encounter this problem). The last one can be considered a subjective con, but it would’ve been nice to see love for other protocols.
The most worrying aspect by far is HMA’s location, and, by extension, its logging policy. Despite now being part of Avast, this VPN still operates from the United Kingdom, which has some of the most severe surveillance laws in the world. Although HMA have said that they’ll never disclose details about law-abiding users, a shaky track record and the impossible reality of a true zero-logging policy may be enough for some customers to turn their attention elsewhere
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