VPN Protocols

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A VPN will help to protect your privacy and secure your data whenever you’re using the internet.
But, beyond choosing the best VPN, you’ll also need to choose the best VPN protocol for your needs.

The VPN protocol is how your VPN will secure the transferring of data.
There’s a multitude of different protocols that are based on the operating system, platform, performance, and lot more.

Below we explore the most popular VPN protocols, so you can decide which one is best for you.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the seven biggest VPN protocols today:

Encryption: 160-bit, 256-bit
Security: Very high
Speed: Fast
Stability: Very stable
Compatibility: Strong desktop support, but mobile could be improved. Requires third-party software.
Final World: Most recommended choice. Fast and secure.
Encryption: 128-bit
Security: Weak
Speed: Speedy, due to low encryption
Stability: Very stable
Compatibility: Strong Windows desktop support.
Final World: Native on Windows. Weak security. Useful for geo-restricted content.
Encryption: 256-bit
Security: High security (might be weakened by NSA)
Speed: Medium, due to double encapsulation
Stability: Stable
Compatibility: Multiple device and platform support.
Final World: Versatile and secure. A decent alternative to OpenVPN.
Encryption: 256-bit
Security: High
Speed: Very fast
Stability: Very stable
Compatibility: Multiple desktop and mobile OS support. No native operating system support.
Final World: Up and coming. Flexible, fast, and secure. A great alternative to OpenVPN.
Encryption: ChaCha20
Security: High
Speed: Fast
Stability: Not yet stable
Compatibility: Linux, being built for other platforms and operating systems.
Final World: Has promise to be fast and efficient. Still in development.
Encryption: 256-bit
Security: High
Speed: Fast
Stability: Very stable
Compatibility: Windows-platform, but works on other Linux distributions.
Final World: Faster and more secure alternative to PPTP and L2TP.
Encryption: 256-bit
Security: High
Speed: Very fast
Stability: Very stable
Compatibility: Limited platform support beyond Windows and Blackberry
Final World: Secure, stable, and mobile-oriented.