The VPN uses basic security features and protocols to protect users’ data. It uses an unhackable AES-256 encryption cypher and comes with the industry-standard OpenVPN protocol (TCP/UDP) on all its operating platforms. The VPN also has its very own two proprietary protocols known as CamoVPN and CamoWeb. By using VPN’s proprietary protocols, you can easily access blocked sites since it promises fast browsing. However, it isn’t secure enough, so your data would be at risk.
Additionally, the VPN offers a Kill-switch feature necessary to protect the user’s identity in case of any sudden disconnection. Hidester lacks important advanced features like split-tunnelling or port-forwarding, which are essential for torrenting. Also, it has several customisation options for DNS and WebTRC leak protection. Overall, the VPN offers some safety features but needs to improve if it wants to compete among top-tier VPNs.